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American Political Leaders 1789-2005 (American Leaders) by CQ Press Editors

By CQ Press Editors

Newly up to date, this consultant comprises biographical details on nearly 9,000 of crucial US elected and appointed leaders. prepared for fast, effortless reference, this can be a advisor for researchers, scholars, or somebody who wishes names, dates, and different simple info on US leaders in a single handy resource.

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May 31, 1823–Feb. 6, 1825 (Republican). Evans, Donald L. (Texas) July 27, 1946– ; secretary of commerce Jan. 20, 2001–Feb. 7, 2005. ) Feb. 6, 1818–Feb. 28, 1901; attorney general July 15, 1868–March 3, 1869; secretary of state March 12, 1877–March 7, 1881; Senate 1885–91 (Republican). ) April 11, 1794–Jan. 15, 1865; secretary of state Nov. 6, 1852–March 3, 1853; House 1825–35 (no party); Gov. Jan. 13, 1836–Jan. 18, 1840 (Whig); Senate 1853–June 1, 1854 (Whig). Ewing, Thomas (Ohio) Dec. 28, 1789–Oct.

26, 1927; secretary of the Treasury March 6, 1897–Jan. 31, 1902. ) Jan. 29, 1761–Aug. 12, 1849; secretary of the Treasury May 14, 1801–Feb. 8, 1814; Senate Dec. 2, 1793–Feb. 28, 1794 (no party); House 1795–1801 (no party). ) Oct. 8, 1912–Feb. 16, 2002; secretary of health, education and welfare Aug. 18, 1965–March 1, 1968. Garfield, James Rudolph (Ohio) Oct. 17, 1865–March 24, 1950; secretary of the interior March 5, 1907–March 5, 1909. ) June 11, 1832–Jan. 26, 1899; attorney general March 6, 1885–March 5, 1889; Gov.

23, 1849 (Whig), 1853–Nov. 9, 1856 (Whig). Card, Andrew Hill Jr. ) May 10, 1947– ; secretary of transportation Feb. 24, 1992–Jan. 20, 1993. ) Dec. 25, 1906–Oct. 10, 1998; secretary of defense March 1, 1968–Jan. 20, 1969. ) Sept. 5, 1835–July 31, 1910; secretary of the Treasury March 7, 1893–March 5, 1897; House 1877–May 26, 1890 (Democrat); Speaker Dec. 3, 1883–85, Dec. 7, 1885–87, Dec. 5, 1887–89; Senate May 26, 1890–Feb. 4, 1893 (Democrat). Clifford, Nathan (Maine) Aug. 18, 1803–July 25, 1881; attorney general Oct.

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