The American Age: United States Foreign Policy at Home and Abroad

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U.S. Presidents and
Secretaries of State
Presidents Secretaries of State
George Washington of Virginia ( 1789 1797) Robert R. Livingston of New York ( 1781-1783 under Continental Congress)
John Jay of New York ( 1784-1789 under Continental Congress)
Thomas Jefferson of Virginia ( 1789 1793)
Edmund Randolph of Virginia ( 1794 1795)
John Adams of Massachusetts ( 1797 1801) Timothy Pickering of Pennsylvania ( 1795-1800)
John Marshall of Virginia ( 1800-1801)
Thomas Jefferson of Virginia ( 1801 1809) James Madison of Virginia ( 1801 1809)
James Madison of Virginia ( 1809 1817) Robert Smith of Maryland ( 1809 1811)
James Monroe of Virginia ( 1811 1817)
James Monroe of Virginia ( 1817 1825) John Quincy Adams of Massachusetts ( 1817-1825)
John Quincy Adams of Massachusetts ( 1825-1829) Henry Clay of Kentucky ( 1825-1829)
Andrew Jackson of Tennessee ( 1829 1837) Martin Van Buren of New York ( 1829 1831)
Edward Livingston of Louisiana ( 1831-1833)
Louis McLane of Delaware ( 1833 1834)
Martin Van Buren of New York ( 1837 1841) John Forsyth of Georgia ( 1834-1841)

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