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Thirty-second States Congress

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1851-1852

Major Political Events

Members of the Thirty-second 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


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C

D

E

  • Ben C. Eastman (Representative), Democrat, Wisconsin
  • Alfred Peck Edgerton (Representative), Democrat, Ohio
  • Henry Alonzo Edmundson (Representative), Democrat, Virginia
  • Alexander Evans (Representative), Whig, Maryland
  • Presley Underwood Ewing (Representative), Whig, Kentucky

F

G

H

I

  • Colin Macrae Ingersoll (Representative), Democrat, Connecticut
  • Willard Ives (Representative), Democrat, New York

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R

  • Robert Rantoul, Jr. (Representative), Democrat, Massachusetts
  • Isaac Reed (Representative), Whig, Maine
  • Robert Barnwell Rhett (Senator), Democrat, South Carolina
  • William Alexander Richardson (Representative), Democrat, Illinois
  • George Read Riddle (Representative), Democrat, Delaware
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