House 1885-86 (District 20)
Party when first elected: Republican
Date of Birth:
Date of Death:
Reported Minority: None Reported
City of Residence (when first elected):
Occupation (when first elected):
Lawyer/Former Teacher and Principal, Maine/Former Professor of Greek, Lake Forest University, Illinois
Maine Common Schools; Elementary School; Attended Irregularly
Bucksport Academy, Maine; Secondary; One Term, When He Was 17 Years Old
Wesleyan Seminary, Kent Hills, Maine; Attended College; Portions of 3 Years
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine; College Graduate; 1871
Studied Law; Admitted to the Minnesota Bar, 1878
OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE
Northfield, Minnesota (Superintendent of Schools);
06/1874 to 18??
Julia E. Tuttle (married in 1871)
Three children: Charles Sumner, Rowena, and Richard
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
He was of English ancestry on his father's side.
He was raised on a farm.
He came to Minnesota in 1874.
"Mr. Pattee has always been a Republican in politics." (Progressive Men of Minnesota, 1897, p. 107)
He was named the first Dean of the University of Minnesota College of Law in 1888.
He was orator for his class at Bowdoin College in 1871.
He became a member of First Congregational Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1888.
Religion provided by Progressive Men of Minnesota, 1897.