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Samuel Hamilton Buskirk (born New Albany, Indiana, January 19,
1820; died Indianapolis, Indiana, April 3, 1879) was a lawyer,
politician, and justice of the Supreme Court of Indiana. Buskirk
graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington in 1841. After
serving as Monroe County recorder (1844-5), he began practicing law
in 1845. He was the Monroe County prosecuting attorney in 1851.
Buskirk served five terms in the Indiana House of Representatives
and was briefly Speaker of the House in 1863. He was appointed
Director of the Indiana State Prison in 1859. He was elected to the
Supreme Court of Indiana in 1870 for a term lasting from January 3,
1871 to January 1, 1877.
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