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Lupton, Samuel Lawrence

Dickinson College Alumnus - No photograph currently available

Lupton went from Dickinson to San Francisco. He was prominent in city government by 1857, practiced before the State supreme court, and sat in the legislature after the Civil War. A Democrat, he helped voice that party's defense in California of President Andrew Johnson. In retirement, he wrote histories of northern California's pioneering years.

Life span: 
03/17/1835 to 01/16/1907
Dickinson Connection: 
Class of 1853


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