American Constitutional Law: Introductory Essays & Selected Cases

By Alpheus Thomas Mason; William M. Beaney | Go to book overview

Justices of the Supreme Court: 1789-1954
1789 Jay Rutledge, J. Cushing Wilson Blair
1790-91 Jay Rutledge, J. Cushing Wilson Blair Iredell
1792 Jay Johnson, T. Cushing Wilson Blair Iredell
1793-94 Jay Paterson Cushing Wilson Blair Iredell
1795 Rutledge, J. Paterson Cushing Wilson Blair Iredell
1796-97 Ellsworth Paterson Cushing Wilson Chase, S. Iredell
1798-99 Ellsworth Paterson Cushing Washington Chase, S. Iredell
1800 Ellsworth Paterson Cushing Washington Chase, S. Moore
1801-03 Marshall Paterson Cushing Washington Chase, S. Moore
1804-05 Marshall Paterson Cushing Washington Chase, S. Johnson, W.
1806 Marshall Livingston Cushing Washington Chase, S. Johnson, W.
1807-10 Marshall Livingston Cushing Washington Chase, S. Johnson, W. Todd
1811-22 Marshall Livingston Story Washington Duvall Johnson, W. Todd
1823-25 Marshall Thompson Story Washington Duvall Johnson, W. Todd
1826-28 Marshall Thompson Story Washington Duvall Johnson, W. Trimble
1829 Marshall Thompson Story Washington Duvall Johnson, W. McLean
1830-34 Marshall Thompson Story Baldwin Duvall Johnson, W. McLean
1835 Marshall Thompson Story Baldwin Duvall Wayne McLean
1836 Taney Thompson Story Baldwin Barbour Wayne McLean
1837-40 Taney Thompson Story Baldwin Barbour Wayne McLean Catron McKinley
1841-44 Taney Thompson Story Baldwin Daniel Wayne McLean Catron McKinley
1845 Taney Nelson Woodbury Daniel Wayne McLean Catron McKinley
1846-50 Taney Nelson Woodbury Grier Daniel Wayne McLean Catron McKinley
1851-52 Taney Nelson Curtis Grier Daniel Wayne McLean Catron McKinley
1853-57 Taney Nelson Curtis Grier Daniel Wayne McLean Catron Campbell
1858-60 Taney Nelson Clifford Grier Daniel Wayne McLean Catron Campbell
1861 Taney Nelson Clifford Grier Wayne McLean Catron Campbell
1862 Taney Nelson Clifford Grier Miller Wayne Swayne Catron Davis
1863 Taney Nelson Clifford Grier Miller Wayne Swayne Catron Davis Field
1864-65 Chase, S. P. Nelson Clifford Grier Miller Wayne Swayne Catron Davis Field
1866-67 Chase, S. P. Nelson Clifford Grier Miller Wayne Swayne Davis Field
1868-69 Chase, S. P. Nelson Clifford Grier Miller Swayne Davis Field
1870-71 Chase, S. P. Nelson Clifford Strong Miller Bradley Swayne Davis Field
1872-73 Chase, S. P. Hunt Clifford Strong Miller Bradley Swayne Davis Field

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