Carter Glass
13th President of the Confederate States
In office:

February 22, 1922 - February 22, 1928

Preceded by: William Gibbs McAdoo
Succeded by: John Nance Garner
Confederate States Secretary of the Treasury
In office:

June 5, 1915 - February 20, 1920

Preceded by: William Gibbs McAdoo
Succeded by: Unknown
Confederate States Senator from Virginia
In office:

February 20, 1920 - February 22, 1922

Preceded by: Unknown
Succeded by: Unknown

January 4 1858, Lynchburg, Virginia

Died May 28 1946, Richmond, Virginia
Nationality: Confederate
Political party: Dixiecrat (1921 - 1946)

Aurelia McDearmon Caldwell (1884 - 1937)

Mary Scott (1940 - 1946)

Children: 4
Alma mater:


Occupation: Politician, Businessman
Religion: Non-denominational Christian

Carter Glass was a confederate politician who served as the 14th President of the Confederate States (1922 - 1928).

During his term in office the Mexican Revolution finally came to an end, and with it came the beginning of the Texas oil boom and cotton boom in the deep south. His period in office was one of economic expansion and a growth in living standards.

The great Mississippi flood of 1927 caused widespread damage, but the administration's swift reaction won him much praise.

He has been critisised by modern historians by failing to intervene to protect oil resources, and by creating a monetary system that left the Confederacy particularly weak to the onset of the Great Depression.

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