Financial History of the United States: Fiscal, Monetary, Banking, and Tariff, Including Financial Administration and State and Local Finance

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APPENDIX 2
HISTORICAL LIST OF HEADS OF THE UNITED STATES TREASURY, THE FEDERAL RESERVE
BOARD, AND THE GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE
NameWhence appointedDate of
appointment
Expiration of
service
Secretaries of the Treasury, 1789-1951:
Alexander Hamilton New York Sept. 11, 1789 Jan. 31, 1795
Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Connecticut Feb. 2, 1795 Dec. 31, 1800
Samuel Dexter Massachusetts Jan. 1,1801 May 6, 1801
Albert Gallatin Pennsylvania May 14, 1801 Apr. 20, 1813
George W. Campbell Tennessee Feb. 9, 1814 Sept. 26, 1814
Alexander J. Dallas Pennsylvania Oct. 6, 1814 Oct. 21, 1816
William H. Crawford Georgia Oct. 22, 1816 Mar. 3, 1825
Richard Rush Pennsylvania Mar. 7, 1825 Mar. 3, 1829
Samuel D. Ingham Pennsylvania Mar. 6, 1829 June 20, 1831
Louis McLane Delaware Aug. 8, 1831 May 29, 1833
William J. Duane Pennsylvania May 29, 1833 Sept. 23, 1833
Roger B. Taney Maryland Sept. 23, 1833 June 24, 1834
Levi Woodbury New Hampshire June 27, 1834 Mar. 4, 1841
Thomas Ewing Ohio Mar. 5, 1841 Sept. 11, 1841
Walter Forward Pennsylvania Sept. 13, 1841 Feb. 28, 1843
John C. Spencer New York Mar. 3, 1843 May 2, 1844
George M. Bibb Kentucky June 15, 1844 Mar. 7, 1845
Robert Walker Mississippi Mar. 6, 1845 Mar. 5, 1849
William M. Meredith Pennsylvania Mar. 8, 1849 July 22, 1850
Thomas Corwin Ohio July 23, 1850 Mar. 7, 1853
James Guthrie Kentucky Mar. 7, 1853 Mar. 6, 1857
Howell Cobb Georgia Mar. 6, 1857 Dec. 8, 1860
Philip F. Thomas Maryland Dec. 12, 1860 Jan. 14, 1861
John A. Dix New York Jan. 11, 1861 Mar. 6, 1861
Salmon P. Chase Ohio Mar. 7, 1861 June 30, 1864
Wm. P. Fessenden Maine July 1, 1864 Mar. 3, 1865
Hugh McCulloch Indiana Mar. 7, 1865 Mar. 4, 1869
George S. Boutwell Massachusetts Mar. 11, 1869 Mar. 16, 1873
Wm. A. Richardson Massachusetts Mar. 17, 1873 June 2, 1874
Benj. H. Bristow Kentucky June 2, 1874 June 20, 1876
Lot M. Morrill Maine June 21, 1876 Mar. 9, 1877
John Sherman Ohio Mar, 9, 1877 Mar. 3, 1881
William Windom Minnesota Mar. 5, 1881 Nov. 13, 1881
Charles J. Folger New York Nov. 14, 1881 Sept. 4, 1884
Walter Q. Gresham Indiana Sept. 24, 1884 Oct. 19, 1884
Hugh McCulloch Indiana Oct. 31, 1884 Mar. 6, 1885
Daniel Manning New York Mar. 7, 1885 Mar. 31, 1887
Charles S. Fairchild New York Apr. 1, 1887 Mar. 4, 1889
William Windom Minnesota Mar. 6, 1889 Jan. 29, 1891
Charles Foster Ohio Feb. 25, 1891 Mar. 6, 1893
John G. Carlisle Kentucky Mar. 7, 1893 Mar. 5, 1897
Lyman J. Gage Illinois Mar. 6, 1897 Jan. 31. 1902
Leslie M. Shaw Iowa Feb. 1, 1902 Mar. 4, 1907
George B. Cortelyou New York Mar. 4, 1907 Mar. 4, 1909

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