Name

From State of

Date in Office

Term of Office

George Washington

Virginia

1789 to 1797

8yrs.

John Adams

Massachusetts

1797 to 1801

4yrs.

Thomas Jefferson

Virginia

1801 to 1809

8 yrs.

James Madison

Virginia

1809 to 1817

8 yrs.

James Monroe

Virginia

1817 to 1825

8 yrs.

John Qnincy Adams

Massachusetts

1825 to 1829

4 yrs.

Andrew Jackson

Tennessee

1829 to 1837

8 yrs.

Martin Van Buren

New York

1837 to 1841

4 yrs.

William H. Harrison

Ohio

1841 to 1841

1 month

•John Tyler-

Virginia

1841 to 1845

3 yrs. 11 mos.

James K. Polk

Tennessee

1845 to 1849

4 yrs.

Zachary Taylor

Louisiana

1849 to 1850

1 yr. 4 mos.

* Millard Fillmore

New York

1850 to 1853

2 yrs. 8 mos.

Franklin Pierce

N. Hampshire

1853 to 1857

4 yrs.

James Buchanan

Pennsylvania

1857 to 1861

4 yrs.

Abraham Lincoln

Illinois

1861 to 1865

4 yrs. 1 mo.

*Andrew Johnson

Tennessee

1865 to 1869

3 yrs. 11 mos.

Ulysses S. Grant

Illinois

1869 to 1877

8 yrs.

Rutherford B. Hayes

Ohio

1877 to 1881

4 yrs.

James A. Garfield

Ohio

1881 to 1881

6 1/2 mos.

*Chester A. Arthur

New York

1881 to 1885

3 yrs. 5 1/2 mos.

Grover Cleveland

New York

1885 to 1889

4 yrs.

Benjamin Harrison

Indiana

1889

* Vice-President became President on death of President.

Vice-Presidents Of The United States

Name

From State of

With what President

John Adams

Massachusetts

George Washington

Thomas Jefferson......

Virginia

John Adam

Aaron Burr

New York

Thomas Jefferson

George Clinton

New York

Thomas Jefferson

* George Clinton

New York

James Madison

+ Wm.H.Crawford

Georgia

James Madison

*Elbridge Gerry

Massachusetts

James Madison

+ John Gaillord

South Carolina

James Madison

Daniel D.Tompkins

New York

James Monroe

John c.Calhoun

South Carolina

John Quincy Adams

John c.Calhoun

South Carolina

Andrew Jackson

Name

From State of

With what President

Martin Van Buren

New York

Andrew Jackson

Richard M. Johnson

Kentucky

Martin Van Buren

John Tyler

Virginia

. William H. Harrison

Samuel L. Southard

New Jersey

John Tyler

Willie P. Mangum.....

North Carolina

John Tyler

George M. Dallas.......

Pennsylyvania

James K. Polk

Millard Fillmore

New York

Zachary Fillmore

WilliamR. King.......

Alabama

Millard Fillmore

*William R. King......

Alabama

Franklin Pierce

+ D. R. Atchinson......

Missouri

Frankline Pierce

J. D. Bright..........

Alabama

Franklin Pierce

John C. Breckenbridge..

Kentucky

James Buchanan

Hannibal Hamblin

Maine

Abraham Lincoin

Andrew Johnson

Tennessee

Abraham Lincoin

+ Lafayette S. Foster ...

Connecticut

Andrew Johnson

+ Beujamin F. Wade....

Ohio...............

Andrew Johnson

Schuyler Colfax

Indiana

Ulysses S. Grant

* Henry M. Wilson

Massachusetts

Ulysses S. Grant

+ Thomas W. Ferry

Michigan

Ulysses S. Grant

William A. Wheeler

New York

Rutherford B. Hayes

Chester A. Arthur

New York

James A. Garfield

+ Thomas F. Bayard

Delaware

Chester A. Arthur

+ David Davis

Illinois

Chester A. Arthur

+ George F. Edmunds

Vermont

Chester A. Arthur

*Thomas A. Hendricks..

Indiana

Grover Cleveland

+ John Sherman

.Ohio...............

Grover Cleveland

John J. Ingalls

Kansas

Grover Cleveland

Levi P. Morton

New York

Benjamin Harrison

* Died while in office.

+ President pro tem, of the Senate.

Secretaries Of State Of The United States

The " State Department" was created by Act of Congress, 1789.

Name

From State of

In whose Cabinet Appointed

Thomas Jefferson

Virginia

George Washington

1789

Edmund Randolph

Virginia

George Washington

1794

Timothy Pickering

Pennsylvania

George Washington

1795

Timothy Pickering

Pennsylvania

John Adams

1797

John Marshall

Virginia

John Adams

1800

James Madison

Virginia

Thomas Jefferson

1801

Robert Smith

Maryland

James Madison

1809

James Monroe

Virginia

James Madison

1811

John Q. Adams

Massachusetts

James Monroe

1817

Henry Clay

Kentucky

JohnQ. Adams

1825

Martin Van Buren

New York

Andrew Jackson

1829

Edward Livingston

Louisiana

Andrew Jackson

1831

Louis McLane

Delaware

Andrew Jackson

1833

John Forsyth

Georgia

Andrew Jackson

1834

John Forsyth

Georgia

Martin Van Buren

1837

Daniel Webster

Massachusetts

William H. Harrison

1841

Hugh S. Legare

South Carolina

John Tyler

1843

Abel P. Upshur

Virginia

John Tyler

1843

John Nelson (acting)

Maryland

John Tyler

1844

John 0. Calhoun

South Carolina

John Tyler

1844

James Buchanan

Pennsylvania

James K. Polk

1845

James M. Clayton

Delaware

Zachary Taylor

1849

Daniel Webster

Massachusetts

Millard Fillmore

1850

Edward Everett

Massachusetts

Millard Fillmore

1852

William L. Marcy

New York

Franklin Pierce

1853

Lewis Cass

Michigan

James Buchanan

1857

Jeremiah S. Black

Pennsylvania

James Buchanan

1860

William H. Seward

New York

Abraham Lincoln

1861

E. B. Washburne

Illinois

Ulysses S. Grant

1869

Hamilton Fish

New York

Ulysses S. Grant

1869

William M. Evarts

New York

Rutherford B. Hayes

1877

James G. Blaine

Maine

James A. Garfield

1881

T. F. Frelinghuysen

New Jersey

Chester A. Arthur

1881

Thomas F. Bayard

Delaware

Grover Cleveland

1885

James G. Blaine

Maine

Benjamin Harrison

1889

Secretaries Of Treasury Of The United States

The " Treasury Department" was created by Act of Congress, 1789.

Name

From State of

In whose Cabinet Appointed

Alexander Hamilton

New York

George Washington

1789

Oliver Wolcott

Connecticut

George Washington

1795

Oliver Wolcott

Connecticut

John Adams

1797

Samuel Dexter

Massachusetts

John Adams

1801

Samuel Dexter

Massachusetts

Thomas Jefferson

1801

Albert Gallatin

Pennsylvania

Thomas Jefferson

1801

Albert Gallatin

Pennsylvania

James Madison

1809

G. W. Campbell

Tennessee

Junes Madison

1814

Alexander J. Dallas

Pennsylvania

James Madison

1814

W. H. Crawford

Georgia

James Madison

1816

W. H. Crawford

Georgia

James Monroe

1817

Richard Rush

Pennsylvania

John Q. Adams

1825

S. D. Ingham

Pennsylvania

Andrew Jackson

1829

Louis McLane

Delaware

Andrew Jackson

1831

William J. Duane

Pennsylvania

Andrew Jackson

1833

Roger B. Taney

Maryland

Andrew Jackson

1833

Levi Woodbury

New Hampshire Andrew Jackson

1834

Levi Woodbury

New Hampshire Martin Van Buren

1837

Thomas Ewing

Ohio

William H. Harrison

1841

W. Forward

Pennsylvania

John Tyler

1841

John C. Spencer

New York

John Tyler

1843

George M. Bilb

Kentucky

John Tyler

1844

R. J. Walker

Mississippi

James K. Polk

1845

W. M. Meredith

Pennsylvania

Zachary Taylor

1849

Thomas Corwin

Ohio

Millard Fillmore

1850

James Guthrie

Kentucky

Franklin Pierce

1853

Howell Cobb

Georgia

James Buchanan

1857

Philip H. Thomas

Maryland

James Buchanan

1860

John A. Dix

New York

James Buchanan

1861

Salmon P. Chase

Ohio

Abraham Lincoln

1861

W. P. Fessenden

Maine

Abraham Lincoln

1864

Hugh McCulloch

Indiana

Abraham Lincoln

1865

Hugh McCulloch

Indiana

Andrew Johnson

1865

G. S. Boutwell

Massachusetts

Ulysses S. Grant

1869

William A. Richardson Massachusetts

Ulysses S. Grant

1873

B. H. Bristow

Kentucky

Ulysses S. Grant

1874

Lot M. Morrill

Maine

Ulysses S. Grant

1876

John Sherman

Ohio

Rutherford B. Hayes

1877

William Windom

Minnesota

James A. Garfield

1881

Charles J. Folger

New York

Chester A. Arthur

1881

Hugh McCulloch

Indiana

Chester A. Arthur

1884

Daniel F. Manning

New York

Grover Cleveland

1885

Charles S. Fairchild

New York

Grover Cleveland

1887

William Windom

Minnesota

Benjamin Harrison

1889

Secretaries Of War Of The United States

The " War Department" was created by Act of Congress, August 7, 1789

Name

From State of

In whose Cabinet

Appointed

Henry Knox

Massachusetts

George Washington

1789

Timothy Pickering

Pennsylvania

George Washington

1795

James McHenry

Maryland

George Washington

1795

James McHenry

Maryland

John Adams

1797

Samuel Dexter

Massachusetts

John Adams

1800

Roger Griswold

Connecticut

John Adams

1801

Henry Dearborn

Massachusetts

Thomas Jefferson

1801

William Eustis

Massachusetts

James Madison

1809

John Armstrong

New York

James Madison

1813

James Monroe

Virginia

James Madison

1814

William H. Crawford

Georgia

James Madison

1815

George Graham

Virginia

James Monroe

1817

John C. Calhoun

South Carolina

James Monroe

1817

J ames Barbour

Virginia

John Q. Adams

1825

P. B. Porter

New York

John Q. Adams

1828

J. H. Eaton

Tennessee

Andrew Jackson

1829

Lewis Cass

Michigan

Andrew Jackson

1831

B. F. Butler (acting)

New York

Andrew Jackson

1837

J. R. Pionsett

South Carolina

Martin Van Buren

1837

John Bell

Tennessee

William H. Harrison

1841

J. McLean (declined)

Ohio

John Tyler

1841

J. C. Spencer

New York

John Tyler

1841

James M. Porter

Pennsylvania

John Tyler

1843

William Wilkins

Pennsylvania

John Tyler

1844

William L. Marcy

New York

James K. Polk

1845

R. Johnson (acting)

Zachary Taylor

1849

G. W. Crawford

Georgia

Zachary Taylor

1849

Winfield Scott {ad int.)

Millard Fillmore

1850

C. M. Conrad

Louisiana

Millard Fillmore

1850

Jefferson Davis

Mississippi

Franklin Pierce

. 1853

John B. Floyd

Virginia

James Buchanan

1857

Joseph Holt

Kentucky

James Buchanan

1861

Simon Cameron

Pennsylvania

Abraham Lincoln

1861

Edwin M. Stanton

Pennsylvania

Abraham Lincoln

1862

E. Stanton (suspended)

1867

U. S. Grant {ad int.)

Illinois

Andrew Johnson

1867

L. Thomas (ad int).

Andrew Johnson

1868

J. M. Schofield

New York

Andrew Johnson

1868

J. A. Rawlins

Illinois

Ulysses S. Grant

1889

W. T. Sherman (adint.) Ohio

Ulysses S. Grant

1869

William W. Belknap

Iowa

Ulysses S. Grant

1869

G. M. Bobeson (acting)

) New Jersey

Ulysses S. Grant

1876

Alfonzo Taft

Ohio

Ulysses S. Grant

1876

J. D Cameron

Pennsylvania

Ulysses S. Grant

1876

G. W. McCrary

Iowa

Rutherford B. Haye

1877

Alexander Ramsey

Minnesota

Rutherford B. Haye

1879

Robert T. Lincoln

Illinois

James A. Garfield

1881

Robert T. Lincoln

Illinois

Chester A. Arthur

1881

William E. Endicott

Massachusetts

Grover Cleveland

1885

Redfield Proctor

Vermont

Benjamin Harrison

1889

Secretaries Of Navy Of The United States

The "Navy Department " was created by Act of Congress,

April 30, 1798.

The "War Department" had charge of Naval affairs until April 30, 1798.

Name

From State of

In whose Cabinet

Appointed

G. Cabot (declined)

Massachusetts

John Adams

1798

Benjamin Stoddert

Maryland

John Adams

1798

Benjamin Stoddert

Maryland

Thomas Jefferson

1801

Robert Smith

Maryland

Thomas Jefferson

1801

J. Crowninshield

Massachusetts

Thomas Jefferson

1805

Paul Hamilton

South Carolina

James Madison

1809

William Jones

Pennsylvania

James Madison

1813

B. W. Crowninshield

Massachusetts

James Madison

1814

B. W. Crowninshield

Massachusetts

James Monroe

1817

S. Thompson

New York

James Monroe

1818

J. Rogers (acting)

Massachusetts

James Monroe

1823

S. L. Southard

New Jersey

James Monroe

1823

S. L. Southard

New Jersey

John Q. Adams

1825

John Branch

North Carolina

Andrew Jackson

1829

L. Woodbury

New Hampshire

Andrew Jackson

1831

M. Dickerson

New Jersey

Andrew Jackson

1834

M. Dickerson

New Jersey

Martin Van Buren

1837

J. K. Paulding

New York

Martin Van Buren

1838

G. E. Badger

North Carolina

William II. Harrisoi

1841

A. P. Upshur

Virginia

John Tyler

1841

D. Henshaw

Massachusetts

John Tyler

1843

T. W. Gilmer

Virginia

John Tyler

1844

John Y. Mason

Virginia

John Tyler

1844

George Bancroft

Massachusetts

James K. Polk

1845

John Y. Mason

Virginia

James K. Polk

1846

William B. Preston

Virginia

Zachary Taylor

1849

William A. Graham

North Carolina

Millard Fillmore

1850

J. P. Kennedy

Maryland

Millard Fillmore

1852

James C. Dobbin

North Carolina

Franklin Pierce

1853

Isaac Toucey

Connecticut

James Buchanan

1857

Gideon Welles

Connecticut

Abraham Lincoln

1861

Gideon Welles

Connecticut

Andrew Johnson

1865

Adolph E. Borie

Pennsylvania

Ulysses S. Grant

1869

G. M. Robeson

New Jersey

Ulysses S. Grant

1869

R. W. Thompson

Indiana

Rutherford B. Hayes

1877

Nathan Goff

West Virginia

Rutherford B. Hayes

1881

William II. Hunt

Louisiana

James A. Garfield

1881

William C. Chandler

New Hampshire1

Chester A. Arthur

1882

William C. Whitney

New York

Grover Cleveland

1885

B. F. Tracy

New York

Benjamin Harrison

1889