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Twenty-eighth United States Congress

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1843-1844

Major Political Events

Members of the Twenty-eighth United States Congress


Index: A - B -C -D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - W - Y


A

B

  • Arthur Pendleton Bagby (Senator), Democrat, AL
  • Osmyn Baker (Representative), Whig, MA
  • Daniel Dewey Barnard (Representative), Whig, NY
  • Daniel Moreau Barringer (Representative), Whig, NC
  • Alexander Barrow (Senator), Whig, LA
  • Isaac Chapman Bates (Senator), Whig, MA
  • Richard Henry Bayard (Senator), Anti-Jackson, DE
  • Thomas Henry Bayly (Representative), Democrat, VA
  • Samuel Beardsley (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • James Edwin Belser (Representative), Democrat, AL
  • Charles Swan Benton (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • Thomas Hart Benton (Senator), Democrat, MO
  • John Macpherson Berrien (Senator), Whig, GA
  • Benjamin Alden Bidlack (Representative), Democrat, PA
  • Edward Junius Black (Representative), Democrat, GA
  • James Black (Representative), Democrat, PA
  • James Augustus Black (Representative), Democrat, SC
  • Julius W. Blackwell (Representative), Democrat, TN
  • Pierre Jean Baptiste Evariste Bossier (Representative), Democrat, LA
  • Gustavus Miller Bower (Representative), Democrat, MO
  • James Butler Bowlin (Representative), Democrat, MO
  • Linn Boyd (Representative), Democrat, KY
  • Sidney Breese (Senator), Democrat, IL
  • Francis Brengle (Representative), Whig, MD
  • Henry Roelif Brinkerhoff (Representative), Democrat, OH
  • Jacob Brinkerhoff (Representative), Democrat, OH
  • Richard Brodhead (Representative), Democrat, PA
  • Aaron Venable Brown (Representative), Democrat, TN
  • Jeremiah Brown (Representative), Whig, PA
  • Milton Brown (Representative), Whig, TN
  • William John Brown (Representative), Democrat, IN
  • James Buchanan (Senator), Jacksonian, PA
  • Joseph Buffington (Representative), Whig, PA
  • Edmund Burke (Representative), Democrat, NH
  • Barker Burnell (Representative), Whig, MA
  • Armistead Burt (Representative), Democrat, SC

C

  • George Alfred Caldwell (Representative), Democrat, KY
  • John Campbell (Representative), Democrat, SC
  • Levi D. Carpenter (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • Charles Holker Carroll (Representative), Whig, NY
  • Jeremiah Eaton Cary (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • Shepard Cary (Representative), Democrat, ME
  • George Smith Catlin (Representative), Democrat, CT
  • John M.S. Causin (Representative), Whig, MD
  • Augustus Alexandria Chapman (Representative), Democrat, VA
  • Reuben Chapman (Representative), Democrat, AL
  • Absalom Harris Chappell (Representative), Whig, GA
  • Samuel Chilton (Representative), Whig, VA
  • Rufus Choate (Senator), Whig, MA
  • Thomas Clayton (Senator), Whig, DE
  • Duncan Lamont Clinch (Representative), Whig, GA
  • Thomas Lanier Clingman (Representative), Whig, NC
  • James Graham Clinton (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • Howell Cobb (Representative), Democrat, GA
  • Walter Coles (Representative), Democrat, VA
  • Jacob Collamer (Representative), Whig, VT
  • Walter Terry Colquitt (Senator), Democrat, GA
  • Mark Anthony Cooper (Representative), Democrat, GA
  • Henry Young Cranston (Representative), Whig, RI
  • John Jordan Crittenden (Senator), Whig, KY
  • Edward Cross (Representative), Democrat, AR
  • Alvan Cullom (Representative), Democrat, TN

D

  • Amasa Dana (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • John Reeves Jones Daniel (Representative), Democrat, NC
  • Cornelius Darragh (Representative), Whig, PA
  • Garrett Davis (Representative), Whig, KY
  • John Wesley Davis (Representative), Democrat, IN
  • Richard David Davis (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • John Bennett Dawson (Representative), Democrat, LA
  • William Lewis Dayton (Senator), Whig, NJ
  • Ezra Dean (Representative), Democrat, OH
  • Edmund Deberry (Representative), Whig, NC
  • James Dellet (Representative), Whig, AL
  • John Dickey (Representative), Whig, PA
  • Daniel Stevens Dickinson (Senator), Democrat, NY
  • David W. Dickinson (Representative), Whig, TN
  • Paul Dillingham, Jr. (Representative), Democrat, VT
  • Augustus Caesar Dodge (Delegate), Democrat, Iowa Territory
  • Henry Dodge (Delegate), Democrat, Wisconsin Territory
  • Stephen Arnold Douglas (Representative), Democrat, IL
  • George Coke Dromgoole (Representative), Democrat, VA
  • Alexander Duncan (Representative), Democrat, OH
  • Robert Pinckney Dunlap (Representative), Democrat, ME

E

  • Chesselden Ellis (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • Lucius Quintius Cincinnatus Elmer (Representative), Democrat, NJ
  • George Evans (Senator), Whig, ME

F

  • John Fairfield (Senator), Democrat, ME
  • Isaac Gray Farlee (Representative), -, NJ
  • Orlando Bell Ficklin (Representative), Democrat, IL
  • Hamilton Fish (Representative), Whig, NY
  • Elias Florence (Representative), Whig, OH
  • Solomon Foot (Representative), Whig, VT
  • Ephraim Hubbard Foster (Senator), Whig, TN
  • Henry Allen Foster (Senator), Democrat, NY
  • Henry Donnel Foster (Representative), Democrat, PA
  • John Brown Francis (Senator), Law &, RI
  • Richard French (Representative), Democrat, KY
  • Henry Frick (Representative), Whig, PA
  • George Fuller (Representative), Democrat, PA
  • William Savin Fulton (Senator), Jacksonian, AR

G

  • Joshua Reed Giddings (Representative), Whig, OH
  • Thomas Walker Gilmer (Representative), Whig, VA
  • William Leftwich Goggin (Representative), Whig, VA
  • Byram Green (Representative), -, NY
  • Willis Green (Representative), Whig, KY
  • Henry Grider (Representative), Whig, KY
  • Joseph Grinnell (Representative), Whig, MA

H

  • John Parker Hale (Representative), Democrat, NH
  • Edward Stowe Hamlin (Representative), Whig, OH
  • Hannibal Hamlin (Representative), Democrat, ME
  • William Henry Hammett (Representative), Democrat, MS
  • Edward Allen Hannegan (Senator), Democrat, IN
  • Hugh Anderson Haralson (Representative), Democrat, GA
  • John J. Hardin (Representative), Whig, IL
  • Alexander Harper (Representative), Whig, OH
  • Samuel Hays (Representative), Democrat, PA
  • William Henry Haywood, Jr. (Senator), Democrat, NC
  • John Henderson (Senator), Whig, MS
  • Thomas Jefferson Henley (Representative), Democrat, IN
  • Joshua Herrick (Representative), Democrat, ME
  • Joseph Pendleton Hoge (Representative), Democrat, IL
  • Isaac Edward Holmes (Representative), Democrat, SC
  • George Washington Hopkins (Representative), Democrat, VA
  • George Smith Houston (Representative), Democrat, AL
  • Edmund Wilcox Hubard (Representative), Democrat, VA
  • William Spring Hubbell (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • Charles Hudson (Representative), Whig, MA
  • Daniel Elliott Huger (Senator), Democrat, SC
  • James Madison Hughes (Representative), Democrat, MO
  • Orville Hungerford (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • James Bennett Hunt (Representative), Democrat, MI
  • Washington Hunt (Representative), Whig, NY
  • Jabez Williams Huntington (Senator), Whig, CT

I

J

K

L

M

  • William Brown Maclay (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • Willie Person Mangum (Senator), Whig, NC
  • George Perkins Marsh (Representative), Whig, VT
  • James Mathews (Representative), Democrat, OH
  • William Cochran McCauslen (Representative), Democrat, OH
  • Robert McClelland (Representative), Democrat, MI
  • John Alexander McClernand (Representative), Democrat, IL
  • Felix Grundy McConnell (Representative), Democrat, AL
  • Joseph Jefferson McDowell (Representative), Democrat, OH
  • George McDuffie (Senator), Democrat, SC
  • Abraham Robinson McIlvaine (Representative), Whig, PA
  • James Iver McKay (Representative), Democrat, NC
  • Samuel McRoberts (Senator), Democrat, IL
  • William Duhurst Merrick (Senator), Whig, MD
  • John Millen (Representative), Democrat, GA
  • Jacob Welsh Miller (Senator), Whig, NJ
  • Heman Allen Moore (Representative), Democrat, OH
  • James Turner Morehead (Senator), Whig, KY
  • Edward Joy Morris (Representative), Whig, PA
  • Joseph Morris (Representative), Democrat, OH
  • Freeman Harlow Morse (Representative), Whig, ME
  • Isaac Edward Morse (Representative), Democrat, LA
  • William Abbott Moseley (Representative), Whig, NY
  • Henry Cruse Murphy (Representative), Democrat, NY

N

  • Henry Nes (Representative), Independent Democrat, PA
  • Willoughby Newton (Representative), Whig, VA
  • John Milton Niles (Senator), Democrat, CT
  • Moses Norris, Jr. (Representative), Democrat, NH

O

P

  • William Parmenter (Representative), Democrat, MA
  • Thomas J. Patterson (Representative), Whig, NY
  • William Winter Payne (Representative), Democrat, AL
  • James Alfred Pearce (Senator), Whig, MD
  • Joseph Hopkins Peyton (Representative), Whig, TN
  • Samuel Shethar Phelps (Senator), Whig, VT
  • Jonas Phillips Phoenix (Representative), Whig, NY
  • James Pollock (Representative), Whig, PA
  • Augustus Seymour Porter (Senator), Whig, MI
  • Elisha Reynolds Potter (Representative), Law Order, RI
  • Emery Davis Potter (Representative), Democrat, OH
  • Zadock Pratt (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • Jacob Alexander Preston (Representative), Whig, MD
  • Smith Meade Purdy (Representative), Democrat, NY

R

  • Alexander Ramsey (Representative), Whig, PA
  • George Oscar Rathbun (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • Kenneth Rayner (Representative), Whig, NC
  • Almon Heath Read (Representative), Democrat, PA
  • John Randall Reding (Representative), Democrat, NH
  • Charles Manning Reed (Representative), Whig, PA
  • David Settle Reid (Representative), Democrat, NC
  • James Hugh Relfe (Representative), Democrat, MO
  • Robert Barnwell Rhett (Representative), Democrat, SC
  • John Ritter (Representative), Democrat, PA
  • William Cabell Rives (Senator), Whig, VA
  • Robert Whyte Roberts (Representative), Democrat, MS
  • Orville Robinson (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • Julius Rockwell (Representative), Whig, MA
  • George Brydges Rodney (Representative), Whig, DE
  • Charles Rogers (Representative), Whig, NY
  • Jeremiah Russell (Representative), Democrat, NY

S

  • Samuel Caldwell Sample (Representative), Whig, IN
  • Romulus Mitchell Saunders (Representative), Democrat, NC
  • Robert Cumming Schenck (Representative), Whig, OH
  • James Semple (Senator), Democrat, IL
  • William Tandy Senter (Representative), Whig, TN
  • Luther Severance (Representative), Whig, ME
  • Ambrose Hundley Sevier (Senator), Jacksonian, AR
  • David Lowrey Seymour (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • Thomas Hart Seymour (Representative), Democrat, CT
  • James Fowler Simmons (Senator), Whig, RI
  • Samuel Simons (Representative), Democrat, CT
  • Richard Franklin Simpson (Representative), Democrat, SC
  • John Slidell (Representative), Democrat, LA
  • Albert Smith (Representative), Whig, NY
  • Caleb Blood Smith (Representative), Whig, IN
  • John T. Smith (Representative), Democrat, PA
  • Robert Smith (Representative), Democrat,
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