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Lawyer

Albert Enoch Pillsbury, American lawyer. Member Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1876, 77, 78, Senate, 1884, 85, 86 (president 1885, 86).

Background

Pillsbury, Albert Enoch was born on August 19, 1849 in Milford, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Josiah Webster and Elizabeth (Dinsmoor) Pillsbury.

Education

Graduate Lawrence Academy, Groton, Massachusetts, 1867. Student Harvard University, 1867-1869, honorary Master of Arts, 1891. Doctor of Laws, Howard U., 1913, Boston University, 1929.

Career

Admitted to Massachusetts bar, 1870. Practiced at Boston, since 1871.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Daniel Webster the Orator, 1903. Lincoln and Slavery, 1913. Chairman commission on judicial procedure, Massachusetts Constitutional Convention, 1917.

      Received, 1921, thanks of N.H. legislature for donation of forest lands to the State.

Membership

Member Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1876, 77, 78, Senate, 1884, 85, 86 (president 1885, 86).

Connections

father:
Josiah Webster Pillsbury

mother:
Elizabeth (Dinsmoor) Pillsbury