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  • All fields: Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826
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    • Thomas Jefferson, Monticello, January 22, 1816, to Nathaniel Macon

    • 1816-01-22
    • Presidential Signature: Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809) Jefferson, writing in response to a request by Macon, United States Senator from North Carolina, for suggestions about a proposed statue of George Washington, says that only Antonio Canova, the...
    • Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.
    • Act of Congress for the Admission of the State of Vermont into the Union

    • 1790; 1791
    • The Congress of the United States, at the third session, begun and held in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday December 6, 1790 approved the Act for the Admission of the State of Vermont into the Union. The State of Vermont had petitioned the...
    • Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.; United States. Congress.;
    • Act making provisions for the Debt of the United States

    • 1790; 1791
    • Congress of the United States, at the second session, held in the city of New York, January 4, 1790. An Act making provisions for the debt of the United States, “Whereas justice and support of public credit require, that provision should be made...
    • Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.; United States. Congress.; Muhlenberg, Frederick Augustus Conrad, 1750-1801.; Adams, John, 1735-1826.; Washington, George, 1732-1799.
    • Act of Congress to make certain Appropriations

    • 1790; 1791
    • The Congress of the United States, at the second session, begun and held in the city of New York, on Monday, January 4, 1790 approved the Act to make certain Appropriations. One of seven acts and one resolution of the First Congress, Second and...
    • Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.; United States. Congress.;
    • Act repealing the duties upon distilled spirits imported and domestic

    • 1790; 1791
    • Congress of the United States, at the third session, held in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday December 6, 1790. An Act repealing the duties upon distilled spirits imported from abroad; and also upon spirits distilled within the United States....
    • Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.; United States. Congress.; Muhlenberg, Frederick Augustus Conrad, 1750-1801.; Adams, John, 1735-1826.; Washington, George, 1732-1799.
    • Governors' Papers: Richard Spaight, Correspondence, March 1793

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    • Richard Dobbs Spaight served as governor of North Carolina from 1792-1795. He was the first native-born governor of North Carolina and the first to convene the General Assembly in Raleigh. Much of his role as chief executive was played against the...
    • Mangourit, M.-A.-B. (Michel-Ange-Bernard), 1752-1829.; Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.; Haywood, John, 1755-1827.; Beckley, John James, 1757-1807.;
    • Governors' Papers: Richard Spaight, Correspondence, April 1793

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    • Richard Dobbs Spaight served as governor of North Carolina from 1792-1795. He was the first native-born governor of North Carolina and the first to convene the General Assembly in Raleigh. Much of his role as chief executive was played against the...
    • Washington, George, 1732-1799.; Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.;
    • Governors' Papers: Richard Caswell, Correspondence, June 1779

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    • Richard Caswell was elected governor of the state by the provincial congress in December 1776 and was re-elected to annual terms under the constitution by the General Assemblies of 1777, 1778, and 1779. The constitution allowed only three...
    • Lincoln, Benjamin, 1733-1810.; Rutledge, John, 1739-1800.; Thomson, Charles, 1729-1824.; Butler, John.; Henderson, Thomas.; Jarvis, Samuel.; Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.; Rutherford, Griffith 1721-1805.; Bryan, Nathaniel.;
    • Governors' Papers: Nathaniel Alexander, Correspondence, July 1807

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    • Nathaniel Alexander (b. 1756- d. 1808) was the 13th Governor of North Carolina, elected for two terms (1805-1807). Alexander practiced medicine for several years after graduating from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) in 1776 and...
    • Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.; Madison, James, 1751-1836.; Wright, Robert, 1752-1826.; Jones, Calvin, 1775-1846.; Dearborn, Henry, 1751-1829.; Hawks, Francis.; Green, Thomas A.; Kirker, Thomas.; Potts, Joshua.; Steele, John, 1764-1815.; Allen, Ira,...
    • Governors' Papers: Alexander Martin, Correspondence, February 1791

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    • Alexander Martin (1738 - 2 November 1807) was elected governor of North Carolina for six terms. His first duty as governor came about when he replaced Governor Thomas Burke for four months as acting governor after Burke was captured by a band of...
    • Bloodworth, Timothy, 1736-1814.; Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.; Thomas, Abishai.; Hawkins, Benjamin, 1754-1816.; Johnston, Samuel, 1733-1816.
    • Governors' Papers: Abner Nash, Correspondence, June 1780

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    • Abner Nash (ca. 1740-2 December 1786) was the second governor of the state of North Carolina. He was governor from April 20, 1780 until 25 June 1781. The fall of Charles Town, the defeat at Camden, and depleted resources of the state all gave heart...
    • Caswell, Richard, 1729-1789.; Lincoln, Benjamin, 1733-1810.; Williams, John.; Young, Henry.; Caswell, Winston.; Boyd, Adam, 1738-1803.; Armand, Charles.; Hawkins, Phillip.; Lillington, John A.; McKenzie, James.; Hawkins, Benjamin.; Leech, Joseph.;...
    • Governors' Papers: Richard Caswell, Correspondence, May 1786

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    • Richard Caswell was first elected governor of the state by the provincial congress in December 1776 and was re-elected to annual terms under the constitution by the General Assemblies of 1777, 1778, and 1779. He was again elected for three more...
    • Caswell, Richard, 1729-1789.; Martin, Joseph, 1740-1808.; Morris, Robert, 1734-1806.; Haywood, John, 1755-1827.; Maclaine, Archibald, 1728-1790.; Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.
    • Governors' Papers: Abner Nash, Correspondence, July 1780

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    • Abner Nash (ca. 1740-2 December 1786) was the second governor of the state of North Carolina. He was governor from April 20, 1780 until 25 June 1781. The fall of Charles Town, the defeat at Camden, and depleted resources of the state all gave heart...
    • Howkins, Benjamin.; Lewis, Micajah.; Lewis, William.; Murfree, Hardy, 1752-1809.; Woodford, William, 1734-1780.; Nash, Abner, approximately 1740-1786.; Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.; Glasgow, Colonel.; Seawell, Benjamin.; Caswell, Richard,...
    • Governors' Papers: James Turner, Correspondence, November 1803

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    • James Turner (1766-1824) was the twelfth governor of North Carolina. In 1802, John B. Ashe was elected to Governor but died before entering office. The legislative then elected Turner for three consecutive terms (1803-1805). He resigned his...
    • Shield, John.; Jones, Edward, 1762-1841.; Flinn, Andrew.; Blount, Reading, 1757-1807.; Johnston, Samuel, 1733-1816.; Turner, James, 1766-1824.; Pasteur, Edward.; Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.; Richardson, James Burchill, 1770-1836.;...

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