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Jason Taylor Fitzgerald: "The Writ of Quo Warranto in Minnesota's Legal and Political History." (2015).
The ancient and extraordinary writ of quo warranto has been an integral legal device in the development of Anglo-American society. The writ has also been a critical component in Minnesota, particularly in the geopolitical development of the state. Quo warranto has traditionally possessed a civic qua...
The break between former President Theodore Roosevelt and President William Howard Taft is the most famous in American political history. Roosevelt's disillusionment with his successor festered for years, finally erupting in 1912 when he unsuccessfully challenged Taft for the nomination of the Repu...
Henry Anson Castle moved to Minnesota in 1866 to recuperate from injuries sustained in the Civil War. For the next four decades, he practiced law in St. Paul, engaged in various businesses and real estate development, owned and edited newspapers, served in the state legislature and was a hard-worki...
Charles Duncan Gilfillan practiced law in St. Paul with his older brother James Gilfillan, the future Chief Justice, from 1857 to 1863, when he went into business. For the next thirty years, he was a successful banker, real estate developer and entrepreneur in St. Paul.
In 1904 Harlan Page Hall (1838-1907), a prominent journalist in St. Paul, published "Observations: Being More or Less a History of Political Contests in Minnesota from 1849 to 1904."
Cushman K. Davis served as U. S. Senator from Minnesota from 1887 to November 27, 1900, when he died in St. Paul.