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Frederic E. Fuller

F. E. FULLER, whose first residence in Alaska • was at Juneau in 1897, is a member of the Nome bar. He spent a year at Juneau, Dyea and Skagway, and a couple of months in the Atlin Mining District. He returned to the states from Alaska, practiced law a year in New York, and came to Nome in 1900.

Mr. Fuller was born in West Auburn, Pennsylvania, March 27, 1868. He was graduated from the Wesleyan University of Middletown, Connecticut, in 1 890, receiving the degree of A. B. He attended the law department of the National University, D. C and in 1902 received from this institution the degree of LL. B. The degree of LL. M. was conferred upon him the following year. He was admitted to practice in the District of Columbia Supreme Court, and in 1900 was admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States.

Mr. Fuller has been connected with important litigation in the Nome country and has acquired a reputation for absolute honesty and ethical methods.

Source: Nome and Seward Peninsula by R. S. Harrison. Seattle: The Metropolitan Press, 1905.




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