Millard Fillmore (1850-1853)

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POSITIONS:

U.S. House of Representatives (1833-1835, 1837-1843)
Vice President (1849-1850)
President (1850-1853)
Candidate for President (1852, 1856)

FIRST LADY:

Abigail Fillmore
Abigail Fillmore

OVERVIEW:

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RESOURCES:

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Papers (Vol. 1, Vol. 2)
Letters (1817-1864) (SUNY)
Public Papers (American Presidency Project)
Speech Archive (Miller Center)
Library of Congress

1850 SWEARING-IN

Library of Congress (1850)
Joint Congressional Inaugural Committee (1850)

CABINET:

Secretary of the Interior:
Alexander H. H. Stuart (1850–1853)
Thomas M. T. McKennan (1850)
Thomas Ewing (1849-1850)

Attorney General:
John J. Crittenden (1850–1853)
Reverdy Johnson (1849-1850)

Secretary of the Navy:
John P. Kennedy (1852–1853)
William A. Graham (1850–1852)
William B. Preston (1849-1850)

Postmaster General:
Nathan K. Hall (1850–1852)
Samuel D. Hubbard (1852–1853)
Jacob Collamer (1849-1850)

Secretary of State:
Edward Everett (1852–1853)
Daniel Webster (1850–1852)
John M. Clayton (1849-1850)

Secretary of the Treasury:
Thomas Corwin (1850–1853)
William M. Meredith (1849-1850)

Secretary of War:
Charles M. Conrad (1850–1853)
George W. Crawford (1849-1850)

SUPREME COURT NOMINEE:

Benjamin Curtis
Benjamin Curtis (1851-1857)

CONGRESS:

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A View of Washington, D.C. in 1852 with the U.S. Capitol in the Foreground

Speaker of the House:
Howell Cobb (1849-1851)
Linn Boyd (1851-1855)

HISTORIC SITES:

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Millard Fillmore Presidential Site
Millard Fillmore House (NPS)

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