The Southern Judicial Tradition

Author: Timothy S. Huebner
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
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The evolving relationship between these two larger developments—~between
political sectionalism and legal nationalism—lay at the heart of the formation and
evolution of the nineteenth-century southern judicial tradition. This book explores
the association between sectionalism and nationalism through the lives of six of
the South's leading state judges. These individuals—Spencer Roane, John
Catron, Joseph Lumpkin, John Hemphill, Thomas Ruffin, and George Stone—all
played ...

The New Encyclopedia Of Southern Culture

Author: James W. Ely Jr.
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... Justice, and Authority in Massachusetts and South Carolina, 1767–1878 (1980
); Timothy S. Huebner, The Southern Judicial Tradition: State Judges and
Sectional Distinctiveness, 1790–1890 (1999); Herbert A. Johnson, ed., South
Carolina Legal History (1980); Richard Kluger, Simple Justice: The History of
Brown v. Board of Education and Black America's Struggle for Equality (1976);
Steven F. Lawson, Black Ballots: Voting Rights in the South, 1944–1969 (1976);
Thomas D. Morris ...

Joseph Henry Lumpkin

Author: Paul DeForest Hicks
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... and Thomas Ruffin of North Carolina, were southerners. Similarly, the six
individuals named by Charles Warren in A H istory of the American Bar as "the
Chiefjustices who have left a marked impress upon the course of legal
development" were all northerners.1 Until recently, there has been little written
about the southern appellate judges who also influenced our country's legal
history during that formative period. Timothy Huebner's useful book, The
Southern Judicial Tradition, ...

Local Matters

Author: Christopher Waldrep
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
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America's eighteenth-century cities. timothy s. huebner, an assistant professor of
history atRhodes College, is the author of The Southern Judicial Tradition: State
Judgesand Sectional Distinctiveness, 1790–1890 (University of Georgia Press,
1999).He has published articles inseveral journals, including Georgia Historical
Quarterly, sally hadden is an associate professor of history at Western Michigan
University. Her book Slave Patrols: Law and Violence in Virginia and the
Carolinas ...

Symposium

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Timothy Huebner, in his study of the Southern Judicial Tradition, devoted a
chapter to Catron's tenure on the Tennessee Supreme Court,12 and book-length
histories of the Taney Court give Catron an obligatory biographical snippet.13
Catron also plays a bit role in various studies of the Dred Scott case for which he
is remembered both as the Justice who wrote to President- Elect James
Buchanan, asking him to sway the vote of Justice Robert C. Grier,14 and as the
author of a rather ...

Atlanta History

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Peter S. Onuf (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1993), 402-3. 4.
Timothy S. Huebner, The Southern Judicial Tradition: State Judges and Sectional
Distinctiveness, 1790-1890 (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1999), xi, 71, 73
, 95. 98. Similarly, Paul D. Hicks's biography of Lumpkin gives significant
privilege to religion as the primary motivator behind Lumpkin's actions. Much like
Huebner, Hicks suggests that Lumpkin sought to reform the South to fit an
evangelical mold.

Tennessee Historical Quarterly

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63 The Southern Judicial Tradition: State Judges and Sectional Distinctiveness,
1790-1890. By Timothy S. Huebner. (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1999.
Pp. 263. Illustrations, index, notes. $45, cloth.) Huebner, a Rhodes College
history professor, makes an important contribution to the study of Southern law by
examining six nineteenth century state supreme court justices — Spencer Roane,
John Catron, Joseph Henry Lumpkin, John Hemphill, Thomas Ruffin, and George
W.

Dissertation Abstracts International

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The author has read and examined the sources, categorised them by subject,
summarised their contents, and offered his opinion of their value for historical
research by other interested in the topic. The complete project indicates that
African- Americans — like European-Americans — were active in all aspects of
the Rocky Mountain frontier experience, and that they participated significantly in
the development of that area of the American West. The southern Judicial
tradition: Southern ...

The Southern Historian

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William Doyle, author of An American Insurrection “The insights into the evolving
Southern culture make this worthwhile reading.” —Publishers Weekly 272 pages,
28 photographs, Cloth $29.95 Dred Scott and the Politics of Slavery Earl M. Maltz
“Maltz clarifies the legal complexities of Dred Scott while illuminating the larger
forces that produced it. Brimming with insights, this book is a model study of a
landmark case."—Timothy S. Huebner, author of The Southern Judicial Tradition:
 ...

Southern Studies

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His recent book is Wade Hampton: Confederate Warrior to Southern Redeemer.
Tim Huebner is an Associate Professor of History at Rhodes College. He
received his Ph.D. from the University of Florida. He specializes in the Southern
judiciary, the American law of slavery, and the general relationship between
culture and constitutionalism. He is the author of The Southern Judicial Tradition:
State Judges and Sectional Distinctiveness, 1790-1890 and The Taney Court:
Justices, Ruling, ...