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Confederate States of America offices


Presidents of the Confederacy, 1861-1865 (may be Incomplete!)
Jefferson Davis 1861-65

Vice-Presidents of the Confederacy, 1861-1865 (may be Incomplete!)
Alexander H. Stephens 1861-65

Confederate Secretaries of State, 1861-1865 (may be Incomplete!)
Robert Toombs 1861 Robert M. T. Hunter 1861-62 William M. Brown 1862 Judah P. Benjamin 1862-65

Confederate Secretaries of the Treasury, 1861-1865 (may be Incomplete!)
Christopher G. Memminger 1861-64 George A. Trenholm 1864-65

Confederate Secretaries of War, 1861-1865 (may be Incomplete!)
Leroy P. Walker 1861 Judah P. Benjamin 1861-62 George W. Randolph 1862 Gustavus W. Smith 1862 James A. Seddon 1862-65 John C. Breckinridge 1865

Confederate Attorneys General, 1861-1865 (may be Incomplete!)
Judah P. Benjamin 1861 Wade Keyes 1861 Thomas Bragg 1861-62 Thomas H. Watts 1862-63 Wade Keyes 1863-64 George Davis 1864-65

Confederate Postmasters General, 1861-1865 (may be Incomplete!)
John H. Reagan 1861-65

Confederate Secretaries of the Navy, 1861-1865 (may be Incomplete!)
Stephen R. Mallory 1861-65

Other Confederate Judges, 1861-1865 (may be Incomplete!)
Asa Biggs as of 1861-65 John White Brockenbrough 1861 Alexander M. Clayton 1861 Jesse J. Finley as of 1861-62

Speakers of the House in the Confederate Congress, 1862-1865 (may be Incomplete!)
Thomas S. Bocock 1862-65

Tribal Representatives to Confederate Congress, 1862-1865 (may be Incomplete!)
Elias Cornelius Boudinot 1862-65 Robert McDonald Jones 1863-65 Samuel Benton Callahan 1864-65

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