U.S. Department of State: A Reference History

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Index
Individual Presidents and Secretaries of State are listed chronologically as a group rather than alphabetically. Similarly, certain other items are grouped. Some of these are also listed chronologically, such as the Acts of Congress, individual international conferences, congresses, and meetings, and major treaties and agreements. On the other hand, several groups of items are arranged alphabetically, including lists of Department of State principal officers and offices, foreign policies of the United States, special types of diplomacy, titles and ranks of diplomats, international organizations, and U.S. independent agencies with foreign relations responsibilities (other than the Department of State).
Acheson Dean, quoted, 493, 663-64, 675
Acronyms and symbols, glossary, xxxi-xl
Acts of Congress (chronological)
1789 (July) First Organic Act for Department of Foreign Affairs, 37-38
1789 (Sep.) First Organic Act for Department of State, 38-40
1790 (July) Funding of U.S. diplomatic missions abroad, 40-41, 84
1792 (Mar.) Presidential succession, Secretary of State, 433
1792 (Apr.) Consular Organic Act, 50, 89
1799 (Jan.) Logan Act, 51, 479-81, 541
1803 (Feb.) Consular affairs, 89
1810 (May) Requiring Senate approval for appointing Secretaries of Lega tion, 85
1818 (Apr.) Consular affairs, 89
1823 (Mar.) Consular affairs, 89
1842 (Aug.) Chief Clerks, 119-20, 126
1855 (Mar.) Remodeling diplomatic and consular systems, 85, 140-41, 150, 151, 152, 177 nn 113, 114, 327
1856 (Aug.) Organic framework of diplomatic and consular systems, 141-42, 148, 150, 151, 152-53, 210, 222, 327
1864 (July) Commissioner of Immigration under Secretary of State, 200
1872 (June) Authorized Postmaster General to conclude postal conventions, 243
1873 (Mar.) Reorganization of State Department bureaus and other agencies, 201, 202

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