1 edition of Edward Douglas [sic] White, Chief Justice of the United States found in the catalog.
Photocopy.Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1979.Thesis--Catholic University of America.Bibliography: p. 296-306.
|Statement||Catholic University of America Press|
|Publishers||Catholic University of America Press|
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|Pagination||xvi, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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No politics, soapboxing, or agenda based submissions. Appointed chief justice by President Taft in 1910, he was the first justice to be so elevated, and he served until his death. : 204 The couple had five children, of whom White Jr.
com post, not your story. Some historians believe that President Taft appointed White, who was 65 years old at the time and overweight, in the hope that White would not serve all that long and that Taft himself might be appointed to succeed him.
In 1877, White served on the Reception Committee of the in New Orleans.
He was succeeded by former President Taft, who had long-desired the chief justiceship, thus making White the only chief justice to be followed in office by the president who appointed him. There is no documentation, however, that White served in any Confederate volunteer unit or militia unit engaged in campaigns in the Lafourche area.
As a member of theWhite represented Louisiana in the United States Senate from 1891 to 1894. White died in Washington, D. Please see the for more detailed explanations of the rules. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
White was one of three ex-Confederate soldiers to serve on the Supreme Court.
President nominated White to the position of in December 1910, following the death of.
White died in Washington, D.