Rockingham Rangers Camp 1835

Charge of The Tar Heels

 

 

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CONFEDERATE CABINET
PRESIDENT - Jefferson Davis (1861-1865)
VICE PRESIDENT - Alexander H. Stephens (1861-1865)

SECRETARY OF STATE
Robert Toombs (1861)
Robert M. Hunter (1861-1862)
Judah P. Benjamin (1862-1865)

SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
Christopher Memminger (1861-1864)
George A. Trenholm (1864-1865)
John H.  Reagan (1865)

SECRETARY OF WAR
Leroy P. Walker (1861)
Judah P. Benjamin (1861-1862)
George W. Randolph (1862)
James A Seddon (1862-1865)
John C. Breckinridge (1865)

SECRETARY OF THE NAVY
Stephen R. Mallory (1861-1865)

POSTMASTER GENERAL
John H. Reagan (1861-1865)

ATTORNEY GENERAL
Judah P. Benjamin (1861)
Thomas Bragg (1861-1862)
Thomas H. Watts (1862-1863)
George Davis (1864-1865)

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