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Fowler, Asa, 1811-1885



  • Existence: 1811 - 1885

Asa Fowler (February 23, 1811 – April 26, 1885) was a New Hampshire politician, lawyer and jurist. He served as a justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court from August 1, 1855, until February 1, 1861, and in the New Hampshire House of Representatives 1845, 1847, 1848 and 1871 to 1872. In 1872 he was Speaker of the House. During all other years in the House, he served on the judiciary committee. He was nominated for governor of New Hampshire by the Free Soil Party in 1855. Asa was admitted as a sophomore to Dartmouth College where he was Phi Beta Kappa and graduated in 1833.

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Asa Fowler letter

Mss 831254
Identifier: Mss 831254
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