Andrew Galbraith Miller
|Andrew Galbriath Miller|
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|Current Court Information:|
|United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin|
|Appointed by:||James Polk|
|Active:||6/30/1870 - 1/1/1873|
|Preceded by:||16 Stat. 171|
|Succeeded by:||James Henry Howe|
|Past post:||District of Wisconsin|
|Past term:||1848 - 1870|
|Bachelors:||Dickinson College, Washington College (1819)|
|Law School:||Read Law (1822)|
Andrew Galbraith Miller (1801-1874) was a federal judge on the United States District Court for the District of Wisconsin. 
He was nominated by President James Polk on June 12, 1848. He was confirmed by the Senate on June 12, 1848, and received commission that same day. On June 30, 1870, he was reassigned to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. He retired on January 1, 1873.  Miller was succeeded in this position by James Henry Howe.
Early life and education
- Dickinson College
- Washington College, Pennsylvania, B.A., 1819
- Read law, 1822 
- Private practice, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1822-1838
- State attorney general, Pennsylvania
- Associate justice, Supreme Court of Wisconsin Territory, 1838-1848 
District of Wisconsin
Miller was nominated by James K. Polk on June 12, 1848, to a new seat authorized by 9 Stat. 56. Confirmed by the Senate on June 12, 1848, and received commission on June 12, 1848. His service was terminated on June 30, 1870, due to assignment to another court.
Eastern District of Wisconsin
Miller was reassigned June 30, 1870, to a new seat authorized by 16 Stat. 171. His service was terminated on January 1, 1873, due to retirement. Miller was succeeded in this position by James Henry Howe.
- Encyclopedic entry from the Wisconsin Historical Society.
- Judge Miller's Biography from the Federal Judicial Center
|Federal judicial offices|
|Eastern District of Wisconsin
James Henry Howe
|District of Wisconsin
|Magistrate judges||Aaron Goodstein • Patricia Gorence • William Callahan • James Sickel • Nancy Joseph •|
|Former Article III judges||
Terence Evans • Andrew Galbraith Miller • Charles Dyer • James Henry Howe • James Graham Jenkins • William Henry Seaman • Joseph Very Quarles • Ferdinand August Geiger • Francis Duffy • Kenneth Grubb • John Reynolds • Robert Tehan • Robert Warren • Myron Gordon •
|Former Chief judges|