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Boutwell, George S. (George Sewall), 1818-1905

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    • George Sewall
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    • Boutwell, Geo. S. (George Sewall), 1818-1905
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    • Boutwell, George Sewall, 1818-1905
  • Sources

    • found: His The Constitution of the United States at the end of the first century, 1987:CIP t.p. (George S. Boutwell)
    • found: Massachusetts. Governor (1851-1853 : Boutwell). Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency George S. Boutwell ... a proclamation for a day of public thanksgiving and praise ... 1851.
    • found: LC data base, 2/20/87(hdg.: Boutwell, George Sewall, 1818-1905; usage: George S. Boutwell; Geo. S. Boutwell)
    • found: Biog. dir. of the U.S. Congress, 1989(Boutwell, George Sewel; representative and senator from Mass.; teacher at Shirley, Mass.; mercantilist and postmaster at Groton, Mass.; studied law; member Mass. House; governor of Mass.; secretary of U.S. Treasury; counsel for Haiti, Hawaii, Chile; b. 1/28/1818; d. 2/27/1905)
    • found: Bio. dir. of the U.S. Congress website, Oct. 28, 2015(Boutwell, George Sewel, a Representative and a Senator from Massachusetts; born in Brookline, Mass., January 28, 1818; attended the public schools; taught school in Shirley, Mass.; engaged in mercantile pursuits in Groton, Mass., 1841; appointed postmaster of Groton 1841; studied law; member, State house of representatives 1842-1844, 1847-1850; unsuccessful Democratic candidate for election to both Congress and the governorship on several occasions between 1844 and 1850; State bank commissioner 1849-1851; Governor of Massachusetts 1851-1852; member of the State constitutional convention in 1853; secretary of the State board of education 1855-1861; member of the board of overseers of Harvard University 1850-1860; member of the peace convention of 1861 held in Washington, D.C., in an effort to devise means to prevent the impending war; served on the military commission under the War Department in 1862; first Commissioner of Internal Revenue in 1862 and 1863; elected as a Republican to the Thirty-eighth and to the three succeeding Congresses and served from March 4, 1863, to March 12, 1869, when he resigned; one of the managers appointed by the House of Representatives in 1868 to conduct the impeachment proceedings against President Andrew Johnson; appointed Secretary of the Treasury by President Ulysses Grant 1869-1873, when he resigned; elected as a Republican to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Henry Wilson and served from March 17, 1873, until March 3, 1877; chairman, Committee on the Revision of the Laws of the United States (Forty-fourth Congress); appointed by President Rutherford Hayes as commissioner to codify and edit the Statutes at Large in 1877; United States counsel before the French and American Claims Commission 1880; declined appointment as Secretary of the Treasury in 1884; practiced law in Washington, D.C.; counsel for Haiti in 1885, for Hawaii in 1886, and for Chile in 1893 and 1894; president of the Anti-Imperialist League 1898-1905; died in Groton, Middlesex County, Mass., February 27, 1905; interment in Groton Cemetery)
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