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Combines collective biography with an analysis of the function of the bar in a rapidly changing socioeconomic setting. This work shows how law practice changed with the establishment of large firms and bar associations, and how the state's boom-and-bust economy made debt collection the lawyer's bread and butter.
Gordon Morris Bakken is a professor of history at California State University, Fullerton. His books include The Development of Law on the Rocky Mountain Frontier, 1850-1912 (1983), and his articles have appeared in the American Journal of Legal History and other publications.