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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Miller, Samuel Freeman 1816-1890 (search)
Miller, Samuel Freeman 1816-1890 Jurist; born in Richmond, Ky., April 5, 1816; graduated at Transylvania University in 1838; removed to Iowa in 1850; appointed associate justice of the United States Supreme Court by President Lincoln in 1862. He died in Washington, D. C., Oct. 13, 1890.
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Supreme Court, United States (search)
817771864 Philip B. Barbour, Virginia1836-41517831841 John Catron, Tennessee1837-652817861865 John McKinley, Alabama1837-521517801852 Peter V. Daniel, Virginia1841-601917851860 Samuel Nelson, New York1845-722717921873 Levi Woodbury, New Hampshire1845-51617891851 Robert C. Grier, Pennsylvania1846-702317941870 Benjamin R. Curtis, Massachusetts1851-57618091874 John A. Campbell, Alabama1853-61818111889 Nathan Clifford, Maine1858-812318031881 Noah H. Swayne, Ohio1861-812018041884 Samuel F. Miller, Iowa1862-902818161890 David Davis, Illinois1862-771518151886 Stephen J. Field, California1863-973418161899 Salmon P. Chase, Ohio1864-73918081873 William Strong, Pennsylvania1870-801018081895 Joseph P. Bradley, New Jersey1870-922218131892 Ward Hunt, New York1872-821018111886 Morrison R. Waite, Ohio1874-881418161888 John M. Harlan, Kentucky1877–....1833.... William B. Woods, Georgia1880-87718241887 Stanley Matthews, Ohio1881-89818241889 Horace Gray, Massachusetts1881–....1828.
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
iate justice selected by the other four; the commission not to be dissolved when organized, and no withdrawal of members permitted except by death or physical disability; approved......Jan. 29, 1877 Senate elects as members George F. Edmunds, Oliver P. Morton, Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, Allen G. Thurman, Thomas F. Bayard; the House elects Henry B. Payne, Eppa Hunton, Josiah G. Abbot, James A. Garfield, George F. Hoar; the justices of the Supreme Court designated are Nathan Clifford, Samuel F. Miller, Stephen J. Field, and William Strong, and select Joseph R. Bradley as the fifth; in all eight Republicans, seven Democrats......Jan. 30, 1877 Three certificates from Florida referred to the electoral commission, and the vote awarded to the Republicans by 8 to 7......Feb. 9, 1877 Prof. A. Graham Bell exhibits his telephone at Salem, Mass......Feb. 12, 1877 Commission awards the electoral vote of Louisiana to the Republicans by vote 8 to 7......Feb. 16, 1877 Contested vote of