Works about John Marshall (Chief Justice)


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Significant name Marshall, John, House Site Old Shawneetown, IL
Significant name John Marshall's Leeds Manor Rural Historic District Markham
Significant name John Marshall House Richmond
1765/00/00 Home of John Marshall, 1765-1773 Home The Hollow Markham
1770/00/00 Rising Sun Tavern is a favorite meeting place of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, George Mason, Hugh Mercer, John Marshall, the Lees and others. Visitor Rising Sun Tavern Fredericksburg, VA
1777/00/00 Patriots spend the brutal winter of 1777-1778 at Valley Forge. Patriot Soldier Valley Forge National Historical Park Pennsylvania Valley Forge Encampment
1780/00/00 Home of John Marshall, 1773-1835 Home Oak Hill Estate Delaplane
1780/00/00 Marshall takes law classes at William and Mary taught by George Wythe Education Wren Building, College of William and Mary Williamsburg
1785/00/00 John Marshall becomes Recorder of the Richmond City at Mason's Hall when it served the Hustings Court. Education Mason's Hall Richmond
1793/04/29 Richard Randolph is tried for "feloniously murdering a child said to be born of Nancy Randolph." Defense Attorney Cumberland County Courthouse Cumberland Commonwealth v Richard Randolph
1801/03/04 Chief Justice John Marshall administers the oath of office to Thomas Jefferson. The Marine Band plays for the first time at the inauguration. Outgoing President John Adams did not attend the inaugural. US Chief Justice United States Capitol Washington, DC First Inauguration of Thomas Jefferson as President of the United States
1802/03/22 US Supreme Court orders Secretary of State James Madison to deliver commission to Marbury Chief Justice Marbury v Madison
1807/08/03 Aaron Burr trial for treason begins in the Hall of the Virginia House of Delegates, Virginia State Capitol, Richmond. Judge Virginia State Capitol Richmond Aaron Burr Conspiracy
1809/03/04 Chief Justice John Marshall administers the presidential oath to James Madison. Chief Justice The National Statuary Hall United States Capitol First Inauguration of James Madison
1810/00/00 Chief Justice John Marshall presides as the Supreme Court meets for the first time in the Capitol chamber Work Old Supreme Court Chamber United States Capitol
1812/00/00 Chief Justice John Marshall commissions Robert Mills to design the Monumental Church, built 1812-1814. Developer Monumental Church Richmond
1819/00/00 John Marshall builds a Classical Revival style house for his son Thomas and his wife Margaret. Benefactor Oak Hill Estate Delaplane
1819/02/02 Chief Justice John Marshall's majority opinion read. Chief Justice Old Supreme Court Chamber United States Capitol Dartmouth College v Woodward
1824/02/05 Thomas Addis Emmet and Thomas J Oakley argue for Ogden (New York State), while William Wirt and Daniel Webster represent Thomas Gibbons at the US Supreme Court. Chief Justice Old Supreme Court Chamber United States Capitol Gibbons v Ogden
1824/10/19 At the Raleigh Tavern (rebuilt in 1931), Chief Justice John Marshall, Secretary of War John Calhoun and Layfette attend a banquet held in the French General's honor. Guest Raleigh Tavern Williamsburg Lafayette's Triumphal Tour of America
1824/10/26 Lafayette dines with revolutionary veterans, Vice President John C Calhoun, John Brockenbrough, Governor James Pleasants and Chief Justice John Marshall. Guest Governor's Mansion Richmond Lafayette's Triumphal Tour of America
1832/00/00 John Marshall boards with Tench Ringgold at 1801 F Street during the years 1832-33. Home Ringgold-Carroll House Washington, DC
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