House 1889-90 (District 27); Senate 1891-98 (District 28)
Party when first elected: Republican
Date of Birth:
Saint Albans, Vermont
Date of Death:
Reported Minority: None Reported
City of Residence (when first elected):
Occupation (when first elected):
Lawyer, Real Estate Law; St. Paul Title and Insurance Company
Kimball Union Academy, Meriden, Connecticut; Secondary; Graduate
Studied Law; Office of Porter, Lowrey, Soren and Stone; New York
Columbia College, Law School, New York City, New York; Law Degree; 1874; Admitted to the Franklin County, Vermont Bar, 1874; Admitted to the Minnesota Supreme Court, United States Circuit Court, and United States District Court, 1880; Admitted to the United States Supreme Court, 1886
University of Vermont; LL.D.; 1903
OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE
Vermont National Guard, Ransom Guards (5 years);
18?? to 18??
St. Paul, Minnesota (Board of Park Commissioners, Vice-President and President);
01/1888 to 18??
Laura A. Clary (married on January 26, 1876)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
He came to St. Paul, Minnesota in December 1879.
"He is a Republican..." (Progressive Men of Minnesota, 1897, p. 172)
He was one of the founders of the St. Paul College of Law.
He was a charter member of the American Bar Association. He was an organizer and the first President of the Minnesota State Bar Association.
He was a member of the Masons and belonged to the Grand Lodge of Vermont. He was affiliated with the Damascus Commandery of the Knights Templar in St. Paul, Minnesota and the Mystic Shrine. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias, and Odd Fellows.
His father, Dr. Hiram Fairchild Stevens, was a member of the Vermont Legislature.
He died in St. Paul, Minnesota.