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Written in English


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Number of Pages318
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ISBN 100548253315
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John Archibald Campbell, Associate Justice Of The U. S. Supreme Court, 1853-1861 by Henry Groves Connor Download PDF EPUB FB2

John Archibald Campbell (J – Ma ) was an American was a successful lawyer in Georgia and Alabama, where he served in the state ted by Franklin Pierce to the United States Supreme Court inhe served until the outbreak of the American Civil War, when he became an official of the Confederate States of ion: University of Georgia (BA), United States.

Conner, Henry G. John Archibald Campbell: Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, viii, pp.

Reprint available October by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN Cloth. $ * An Alabama attorney raised in Georgia, Campbell [] was appointed to the court by Franklin Pierce. An illustration of an open book.

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United States Supreme Court Associate Justice. He graduated at the age of fourteen from the University of Georgia inthen attended West Point Military Academy for three years but withdrew following the death of his father. He then studied law, was admitted to the bar and established a law practice in Montgomery.

A short biographical sketch of John Archibald Campbell appears in Alabama, Her History, Resources, War Record, and Public Men, from to Biography: John Archibald Campbell: Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Henry G. Connor. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.

In Campbell was appointed an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. His concurring opinion in the Dred Scott case in derived not from the standpoint of protecting slavery but from an attempt to return political power to the states.

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web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. John Archibald Campbell () was an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of the United was nominated by President Franklin Pierce on Maand resigned on Ap Prior to joining the court, Campbell was an attorney in private practice in Mobile, Alabama.

After resigning his post on the Supreme Court, Campbell became the Assistant Secretary of War for the. Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States Nominated by Franklin Pierce on Mato a seat vacated by John McKinley.

Confirmed by the Senate on Maand received commission on Ma Service terminated on Apdue to resignation. Allotment as Circuit Justice. John Archibald Campbell, one of the most respected attorneys in the United States during the mid-nineteenth century, was appointed to the U.S.

Supreme Court in Caught up in the regional divisions that led to the Civil War (), however, Campbell never achieved the influence on the Court that his admirers and supporters expected.

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Conner (pp. John Archibald Campbell () John A. Campbell lived from to Early Life. Campbell was born near Washington, Georgia. Deemed a “child prodigy,” he proved his intellectual capabilities early on in life. John Archibald Campbell, (born JWashington, Ga., U.S.—died MaBaltimore, Md.), American jurist and Supreme Court justice (–61).

He also was assistant secretary of war for the Confederacy. At age 11 Campbell entered Franklin College (now the University of Georgia), and after graduating at age 14 he entered the U.S. Military Academy.

Excerpt from John Archibald Campbell Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court I desire to express especial obligation to Captain Frederick M. Colston, of Baltimore, son-in-law of Judge Campbell, without whose constant assistance and generous interest the work could not have been : Henry Groves Connor.

John Archibald Campbell (), associate justice of the United States Supreme Court and assistant secretary of the Confederate War Department, was born in Washington, Wilkes County, Ga. He attended Franklin College, the University of Georgia, and the United States Military Academy.

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John Archibald Campbell had a brilliant legal career, but his career as a Supreme Court justice will be remembered as the career the Civil War cut short.

Campbell was. A Memoir of Sir William Anson by Herbert Hensley Henson, William Anson; John Archibald Campbell (Associate Justice of the U. Supreme Court., ) by Henry G. Connor (pp. ) Review by: Robert Dechert. John Archibald Campbell (J – Ma ) was an American jurist. He was a successful lawyer in Georgia and Alabama, where he served in the State legislatures.

Appointed by Franklin Pierce to the United States Supreme Court inhe served until the outbreak of the American Civil War, when he became an official of the Confederate States of America. After serving.

Saunders presents the first full biography of the southern U.S. Supreme Court justice who championed both the U.S. Constitution and states' rights. The life of John Archibald Campbell reflects nearly every major development of 19th-century American history.

He participated either directly or indirectly in events ranging from the Indian removal. Saunders presents the first full biography of the southern U.S.

Supreme Court justice who championed both the U.S. Constitution and states' rights. The life of John Archibald Campbell reflects nearly every major development of 19th-century American history.

He participated either directly or indirectly in events ranging from the Indian removal Reviews: 3. john archibald campbell southern moderate Posted By William Shakespeare Library TEXT ID a5 Online PDF Ebook Epub Library nook book view all available formats editions sign in to purchase instantly available on compatible nook devices and the free nook apps want a nook explore.

No doubt he would have resigned a seat on the Court had he held one, as did his friend Associate Justice John Archibald Campbell of Alabama. (Campbell, incidentally, opposed secession and freed all his slaves on his appointment to the Supreme Court.

But. John Marshall, one of Monroe's childhood friends and classmates, later became the Chief Justice of the U.S.

Supreme Court. Marshall, John, jurist, born in Germantown, Fauquier County, Virginia, 24 September, ; died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 6 July, Associate Justices. Name State App't From Appointed by President Judicial Oath Taken Campbell, John Archibald: Alabama: Pierce (c) Ap Ap Clifford, Nathan: Maine: Buchanan: Janu SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 1 First Street.

Document Outline John Archibald Campbell Bibliography Noteworthy Opinions. John Archibald Campbell. John Campbell was a product of the plantation South, and his record on the U.S. Supreme Court reflected his region's identification with a states' rights/strict constructionist interpretation of .