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  1. EDWARD DOUGLASS WHITE was born in the Parish of Lafourche, Louisiana, on November 3, 1845. While White was studying at Georgetown College (now Georgetown University) the Civil War began and he returned home to join the Confederate Army. He was captured in 1863 by Union troops and remained in captivity until the end of the War.

  2. Edward Douglass White. Edward Douglass White (1845-1921), ninth chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, is known for his enunciation of the "rule of reason" for interpreting and applying antitrust legislation. Born on Nov. 3, 1845, at the family plantation at Thibodaux, La., Edward Douglass White was the son of a lawyer and sugar planter.

  3. Edward Douglass White was born on November 3, 1845, near Thibodaux, Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, to a distinguished family. He was educated at Mount St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg, Maryland; at Jesuit College in New Orleans; and at Georgetown College (now University) in Washington, D.C. In 1861 he left school and enlisted in the Confederate Army.

  4. Edward Douglass White Jr. (3 de noviembre de 1845 - 19 de mayo de 1921) fue un político y jurista estadounidense de Luisiana. White sirvió en la Corte Suprema de EE. UU. durante 27 años, primero como juez asociado desde 1894 hasta 1910, luego como el noveno presidente del Tribunal Supremo desde 1910 hasta su muerte en 1921.

  5. Edward Douglass White, Jr. (November 3, 1845 – May 19, 1921) was an American politician and jurist. He was a United States senator, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court and the ninth Chief Justice of the United States . References [ change | change source] ↑ "Federal Judicial Center: Edward Douglass White". 2009-12-11.

  6. 1 de mar. de 1999 · Elite, personable, and persuasive, Edward Douglass White, a ‘‘large and bearish man from Louisiana,’’ served on the United States Supreme Court for twenty-seven years. During his tenure, first as an associate justice (1894–1910) and then as the ninth chief justice (1910–1921), White significantly influenced American public law.

  7. English: Edward Douglass White, Jr. (November 3, 1844 – May 19, 1921), American politician and jurist, was a United States senator, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court and the ninth Chief Justice of the United States.