Tag Archives: Supreme Court

Publius says “Trick or Treat!”

Today’s post is written by Monique Politowski, and is part of her ongoing series on the Federalists. It must have been weird for the readers of the New York Independent Journal to see an essay supposedly written by a long … Continue reading

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The U.S. Marshal Service and The Supreme Court

This post was written by Katie Beaver, a student intern working with civilian records.  It is a follow-up to A few good lawmen and is based on documentation found in  “Appointment Files for Judicial Districts, 1853-1905.” The American South was a particularly tumultuous … Continue reading

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