Bartlett Tripp Edit Profile
Student Waterville College (now Colby U.), 1857-1860. Bachelor of Laws, Albany Law School, 1867. (Doctor of Laws, University of South Dakot, 1893, Colby, 1898, Yankton College, 1906).
2d, Mistress Maria Janet (Davis) Washburn, November 1887. Practiced law, Augusta, Maine, 1867-1869, Yankton, from 1869. President Yankton School Board, 1875-1885.
One of the incorporators of Yankton College, 1881. On 1st board of regents University of South Dakot. Member of commission for codifying laws of Dak.
Ty., 1877, and state of South Dakot, 1902. Democratic nominee for delegate in Congress, 1878. President 1st Constitutional Convention, 1883.
Chief justice Supreme Court of the Dak. Ty., 1885-1889; United States minister to Austria, 1893-1897. Member and chairman Samoan Commission to settle questions between England, Germany and America, 1899.
Lecturer on constitutional law, University of South Dakot, since 1902. Home: Yankton, S.D.
Member commn; member and Chairman.
Married Ellen M. Jennings, September 1863.