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1 Major Political Events
2 Members of the Fifteenth United States Congress

Fifteenth United States Congress

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1817-1818

Major Political Events

Members of the Fifteenth United States Congress

  • Joel Abbott (Representative), Republican, GA
  • Benjamin Adams (Representative), Federalist, MA
  • Heman (of Colchester) Allen (Representative), Republican, VT
  • Samuel Clesson Allen (Representative), Federalist, MA
  • Richard Clough Anderson, Jr. (Representative), Republican, KY
  • William Anderson (Representative), Republican, PA
  • Eli Porter Ashmun (Senator), Federalist, MA
  • Archibald Austin (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Henry Baldwin (Representative), -, PA
  • William Lee Ball (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Levi Barber (Representative), Republican, OH
  • James Barbour (Senator), Republican, VA
  • Philip Pendleton Barbour (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Burwell Bassett (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Ephraim Bateman (Representative), -, NJ
  • Thomas Bayly (Representative), Federalist, MD
  • Philemon Beecher (Representative), -, OH
  • Joseph Bellinger (Representative), Republican, SC
  • Benjamin Bennet (Representative), Republican, NJ
  • Joseph Bloomfield (Representative), Republican, NJ
  • William Grainger Blount (Representative), Republican, TN
  • Andrew Boden (Representative), Republican, PA
  • John Linscom Boss, Jr. (Representative), Federalist, RI
  • Joseph Hunter Bryan (Representative), Republican, NC
  • James Burrill, Jr. (Senator), Federalist, RI
  • William Armisted Burwell (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Josiah Butler (Representative), Republican, NH
  • Thomas Butler (Representative), Republican, LA
  • John Caldwell Calhoun (Representative), Republican, SC
  • George Washington Campbell (Senator), Republican, TN
  • John Wilson Campbell (Representative), Republican, OH
  • Dudley Chase (Senator), Republican, VT
  • Clifton Clagett (Representative), Republican, NH
  • Thomas Claiborne (Representative), Republican, TN
  • William Charles Cole Claiborne (Senator), Democrat, LA
  • Henry Clay (Representative), Republican, KY
  • Thomas Willis Cobb (Representative), -, GA
  • Edward Colston (Representative), Federalist, VA
  • Oliver Cromwell Comstock (Representative), Republican, NY
  • Zadock Cook (Representative), Republican, GA
  • Samuel Chandler Crafts (Representative), -, VT
  • Joel Crawford (Representative), Republican, GA
  • John Jordan Crittenden (Senator), Republican, KY
  • John Crowell (Delegate), -, Alabama Territory
  • Daniel Cruger (Representative), -, NY
  • Thomas Culbreth (Representative), Republican, MD
  • John Paine Cushman (Representative), Federalist, NY
  • David Daggett (Senator), Federalist, CT
  • Samuel Whittlesey Dana (Senator), Federalist, CT
  • Isaac Darlington (Representative), Federalist, PA
  • William Davidson (Representative), Federalist, NC
  • Joseph Desha (Representative), Republican, KY
  • Mahlon Dickerson (Senator), Republican, NJ
  • John Reuben Drake (Representative), Republican, NY
  • Elias Earle (Representative), Republican, SC
  • John Henry Eaton (Senator), Republican, TN
  • Ninian Edwards (Senator), Republican, IL
  • Weldon Nathaniel Edwards (Representative), Republican, NC
  • Benjamin Ellicott (Representative), Republican, NY
  • John Wayles Eppes (Senator), Republican, VA
  • James Ervin (Representative), Republican, SC
  • Charles Fisher (Representative), Republican, NC
  • James Fisk (Senator), Republican, VT
  • John Floyd (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Walter Folger, Jr. (Representative), Republican, MA
  • Daniel Munroe Forney (Representative), Republican, NC
  • John Forsyth (Representative), Republican, GA
  • Eligius Fromentin (Senator), Republican, LA
  • Timothy Fuller (Representative), Republican, MA
  • Joshua Gage (Representative), Republican, MA
  • John Gaillard (Senator), Republican, SC
  • Robert Selden Garnett (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Sylvester Gilbert (Representative), Republican, CT
  • Peterson Goodwyn (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Salma Hale (Representative), Republican, NH
  • Thomas H. Hall (Representative), Republican, NC
  • Willard Hall (Representative), Republican, DE
  • Alexander Contee Hanson (Senator), Federalist, MD
  • William Henry Harrison (Representative), -, OH
  • Josiah Hasbrouck (Representative), Republican, NY
  • William Hendricks (Representative), -, IN
  • John Carlyle Herbert (Representative), Federalist, MD
  • John Herkimer (Representative), Republican, NY
  • Samuel Herrick (Representative), Republican, OH
  • Joseph Hiester (Representative), Republican, PA
  • Peter Hitchcock (Representative), -, OH
  • Samuel Hogg (Representative), Republican, TN
  • John Holmes (Representative), -, MA
  • Uriel Holmes (Representative), Federalist, CT
  • Joseph Hopkinson (Representative), Federalist, PA
  • Outerbridge Horsey (Senator), Federalist, DE
  • Jacob Hostetter (Representative), -, PA
  • Thomas Hill Hubbard (Representative), Republican, NY
  • William Hunter (Representative), Republican, VT
  • William Hunter (Senator), Federalist, RI
  • Ebenezer Huntington (Representative), Federalist, CT
  • Samuel Delucenna Ingham (Representative), Republican (Jeffersonian), PA
  • William Irving (Representative), Republican, NY
  • Henry Johnson (Senator), Republican, LA
  • James Johnson (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Richard Mentor Johnson (Representative), Republican, KY
  • Francis Jones (Representative), Republican, TN
  • Rufus King (Senator), Federalist, NY
  • Charles Kinsey (Representative), Republican, NJ
  • Dorrance Kirtland (Representative), Republican, NY
  • Abner Lacock (Senator), Republican, PA
  • Thomas Lawyer (Representative), Republican, NY
  • Walter Leake (Senator), Republican, MS
  • William J. Lewis (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Enoch Lincoln (Representative), Republican, MA
  • John Linn (Representative), Republican, NJ
  • Peter Little (Representative), Republican, MD
  • Arthur Livermore (Representative), Republican, NH
  • William Lowndes (Representative), Republican, SC
  • William Maclay (Representative), Republican, PA
  • William Plunkett Maclay (Representative), Republican, PA
  • Nathaniel Macon (Senator), Republican, NC
  • David Marchand (Representative), Republican, PA
  • George Washington Lent Marr (Representative), Republican, TN
  • James Brown Mason (Representative), Federalist, RI
  • Jeremiah Mason (Senator), Federalist, NH
  • Jonathan Mason (Representative), Federalist, MA
  • William McCoy (Representative), Jacksonian, VA
  • Louis McLane (Representative), -, DE
  • John McLean (Representative), Crawford Republican, IL
  • Alexander McMillan (Representative), -, NC
  • Prentiss Mellen (Senator), Federalist, MA
  • Charles Fenton Mercer (Representative), Federalist, VA
  • Orsamus Cook Merrill (Representative), Republican, VT
  • Henry Middleton (Representative), Republican, SC
  • Stephen Decatur Miller (Representative), Nullifier, SC
  • Elijah Hunt Mills (Representative), Federalist, MA
  • Robert Moore (Representative), Republican, PA
  • Samuel Moore (Representative), Republican, PA
  • David Lawrence Morril (Senator), Republican, NH
  • Jeremiah Morrow (Senator), Republican, OH
  • Marcus Morton (Representative), Republican, MA
  • Jonathan Ogden Moseley (Representative), Federalist, CT
  • George Mumford (Representative), Republican, NC
  • John Murray (Representative), Republican, PA
  • Hugh Nelson (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Jeremiah Nelson (Representative), Federalist, MA
  • Thomas Maduit Nelson (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Wilson Nesbitt (Representative), Republican, SC
  • Anthony New (Representative), Republican, KY
  • Thomas Newton, Jr. (Representative), Republican, VA
  • James Noble (Senator), Republican, IN
  • David A. Ogden (Representative), Federalist, NY
  • Alexander Ogle (Representative), Republican, PA
  • Benjamin Orr (Representative), Federalist, MA
  • Harrison Gray Otis (Senator), Federalist, MA
  • James Owen (Representative), Republican, NC
  • John Palmer (Representative), Republican, NY
  • William Adams Palmer (Senator), Republican, VT
  • Albion Keith Parris (Representative), Republican, MA
  • John Fabyan Parrott (Representative), -, NH
  • Thomas Patterson (Representative), Republican, PA
  • Levi Pawling (Representative), Federalist, PA
  • John Pegram (Representative), Republican, VA
  • George Peter (Representative), Federalist, MD
  • James Pindall (Representative), Federalist, VA
  • Timothy Pitkin (Representative), Federalist, CT
  • James Pleasants (Representative), Republican, VA
  • George Poindexter (Representative), -, MS
  • Nathaniel Pope (Delegate), -, Illinois Territory
  • James Porter (Representative), Republican, NY
  • Tunstall Quarles (Representative), Republican, KY
  • Philip Reed (Representative), Republican, MD
  • Robert Raymond Reid (Representative), Republican, GA
  • John Rhea (Representative), Republican, TN
  • Thomas Rice (Representative), Federalist, MA
  • Charles Rich (Representative), Republican, VT
  • Mark Richards (Representative), Republican, VT
  • Samuel Ringgold (Representative), Republican, MD
  • Jonathan Roberts (Senator), Republican, PA
  • George Robertson (Representative), Republican, KY
  • Thomas Bolling Robertson (Representative), Republican, LA
  • Thomas Jones Rogers (Representative), Republican, PA
  • John Ross (Representative), Republican, PA
  • Benjamin Ruggles (Senator), Republican, OH
  • Nathaniel Ruggles (Representative), Federalist, MA
  • Zabdiel Sampson (Representative), Republican, MA
  • Nathan Sanford (Senator), Republican, NY
  • John Savage (Representative), Republican, NY
  • Lemuel Sawyer (Representative), Republican, NC
  • Philip Jeremiah Schuyler (Representative), Federalist, NY
  • David Scott (Representative), -, PA
  • John Scott (Delegate), -, Missouri Territory
  • Tredwell Scudder (Representative), Republican, NY
  • John Sergeant (Representative), Federalist, PA
  • Thomas Settle (Representative), Republican, NC
  • Adam Seybert (Representative), Republican, PA
  • Henry Shaw (Representative), Republican, MA
  • Samuel Burr Sherwood (Representative), Federalist, CT
  • Nathaniel Silsbee (Representative), -, MA
  • Eldred Simkins (Representative), Republican, SC
  • Jesse Slocumb (Representative), Federalist, NC
  • Ballard Smith (Representative), Republican, VA
  • James Strudwick Smith (Representative), Republican, NC
  • Samuel Smith (Representative), Republican, MD
  • William Smith (Senator), Republican, SC
  • Alexander Smyth (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Henry Southard (Representative), Republican, NJ
  • Jacob Spangler (Representative), Republican, PA
  • Thomas Speed (Representative), Republican, KY
  • John Canfield Spencer (Representative), Republican, NY
  • James Stewart (Representative), Federalist, NC
  • Montfort Stokes (Senator), Republican, NC
  • Clement Storer (Senator), Republican, NH
  • Henry Randolph Storrs (Representative), Federalist, NY
  • Solomon Strong (Representative), Federalist, MA
  • George French Strother (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Philip Stuart (Representative), Federalist, MD
  • Charles Tait (Senator), Republican, GA
  • Isham Talbot (Senator), Republican, KY
  • James Tallmadge, Jr. (Representative), Republican, NY
  • Christian Tarr (Representative), Republican, PA
  • John W. Taylor (Representative), Republican, NY
  • Waller Taylor (Senator), Republican, IN
  • William Terrell (Representative), Republican, GA
  • Nathaniel Terry (Representative), Federalist, CT
  • Jesse Burgess Thomas (Senator), Republican, IL
  • Isaac Tichenor (Senator), Federalist, VT
  • Caleb Tompkins (Representative), Republican, NY
  • George Townsend (Representative), Republican, NY
  • David Trimble (Representative), Republican, KY
  • George Michael Troup (Senator), Republican, GA
  • Henry St. George Tucker (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Starling Tucker (Representative), Jacksonian, SC
  • John Tyler (Representative), Republican, VA
  • Nathaniel Upham (Representative), Republican, NH
  • Nicholas Van Dyke (Senator), Federalist, DE
  • David Walker (Representative), Republican, KY
  • Felix Walker (Representative), Republican, NC
  • James M. Wallace (Representative), Republican, PA
  • Peter Hercules Wendover (Representative), Republican, NY
  • Rensselaer Westerlo (Representative), Federalist, NY
  • John Whiteside (Representative), Republican, PA
  • Ezekiel Whitman (Representative), Federalist, MA
  • James Whitney Wilkin (Representative), Republican, NY
  • Isaac Williams, Jr. (Representative), Republican, NY
  • John Williams (Senator), Republican, TN
  • Lewis Williams (Representative), Whig, NC
  • Thomas Hill Williams (Senator), Republican, MS
  • Thomas Scott Williams (Representative), Federalist, CT
  • James Jefferson Wilson (Senator), Republican, NJ
  • John Wilson (Representative), Federalist, MA
  • William Wilson (Representative), Republican, PA


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