Alabama: The History of a Deep South State

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APPENDIX A
Governors of Alabama

The Mississippi Territory (1799-1817)
NamePlace of BirthPartyDates in Office
Winthrop Sargent
of Massachusetts
Massachusetts Federalist 1799-1801
William C. C. Claiborne
of Tennessee
Virginia Democratic 1801-1805
Robert Williams
of North Carolina
Virginia Democratic 1805-1809
David Holmes
of Virginia
Pennsylvania Democratic 1809-1817

The Alabama Territory (1817-1819)
William Wyatt Bibb
of Georgia
Virginia Democratic 1817-1819

The State of Alabama
William Wyatt Bibb
of Autauga County
Virginia Democratic 1819-1820
Thomas Bibb
of Limestone County
Virginia Democratic 1820-1821
Israel Pickens
of Greene County
North Carolina Democratic 1821-1825
John Murphy
of Monroe County
North Carolina Democratic 1825-1829
Gabriel Moore
of Madison County
North Carolina Democratic 1829-March 1831
Samuel B. Moore
of Jackson County
Tennessee Democratic March 1831-Nov. 1831
John Gayle
of Greene County
South Carolina Democratic 1831-1835
Clement Comer Clay
of Madison County
Virginia Democratic 1835-July 1837
Hugh McVay
of Lauderdale County
South Carolina Democratic July 1837-Nov. 1837
Arthur p, Bagby
of Monroe County
Virginia Democratic 1837-1841

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