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List of Secretaries of State of the Confederate States (My Own Dixie)

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The Confederate States Secretary of State is the head of the Confederate States State Department, concerned with foreign affairs. The Secretary is a member of the President's Cabinet and the highest-ranking cabinet secretary both in line of succession and order of precedence.

Secretaries of State

  Denotes acting Secretary of State


# Picture Name Home State Began Service Ended Service President(s) served under
1 ToombsRobert ToombsGeorgiaFebruary 25, 1861July 25, 1861Jefferson Davis
2 HunterRobert M.T. HunterVirginiaJuly 25, 1861February 22, 1862Jefferson Davis
VacantFebruary 22, 1862March 7, 1862Jefferson Davis
BrowneWilliam M. BrowneGeorgiaMarch 7, 1862March 18, 1862Jefferson Davis
3 BenjaminJudah P. BenjaminLouisianaMarch 18, 1862February 21, 1874Jefferson Davis
John C. Breckinridge
4 ReilyJames ReilyTexasFebruary 22, 1874February 21, 1880John H. Reagan
5 LamarLucius Q.C. LamarMississippiFebruary 22, 1880February 21, 1886Jabez Curry
6 VanceZebulon B. VanceNorth CarolinaFebruary 22, 1886February 21, 1892James Longstreet
7 TrescotWilliam H. TrescotSouth CarolinaFebruary 22, 1892February 21, 1898Fitzhugh Lee
8 BlackburnJoseph C.S. BlackburnKentuckyFebruary 22, 1898February 21, 1904Clifton R. Breckinridge
9 BaconAugustus O. BaconGeorgiaFebruary 22, 1904February 21, 1910Furnifold Simmons
10 DanielsJosephus DanielsNorth CarolinaFebruary 22, 1910February 21, 1916Woodrow Wilson
11 StoneWilliam J. StoneMissouriFebruary 22, 1916April 14, 1918D Champ Clark
12 Dickinson2 Jacob M. Dickinson Tennessee April 14, 1918 December 10, 1919 Champ Clark
Carter Glass
December 10, 1919 February 22, 1922
13 Overman2Lee S. OvermanNorth CarolinaFebruary 22, 1922February 21, 1928 Carter Glass
14 NDavisNorman H. DavisTennesseeFebruary 22, 1928February 21, 1934 Joseph T. Robinson
15 ConnallyThomas T. ConnallyTexasFebruary 21, 1934February 22, 1940 John N. Garner
16 HullCordell HullTennesseeFebruary 21, 1940February 22, 1946 James F. Byrnes
17 StettiniusEdward Stettinius, Jr.VirginiaFebruary 22, 1946October 31, 1949 D Harry S. Truman
JeffcafferyJefferson CafferyLouisianaOctober 31, 1949April 10, 1950 Harry S. Truman
18 MarshallGeorge C. Marshall, Jr.VirginiaApril 10, 1950February 21, 1952 Harry S. Truman
19 RichardsJames P. RichardsSouth CarolinaFebruary 21, 1952February 22, 1958 Strom Thurmond
20 RuskDean RuskGeorgiaFebruary 21, 1958February 22, 1970 Dwight Eisenhower
Lyndon B. Johnson
21 WestmorelandWilliam WestmorelandSouth CarolinaFebruary 21, 1970February 22, 1976 George C. Wallace
22 YoungAndrew J. YoungGeorgiaFebruary 21, 1976February 22, 1982 Jimmy Carter
23 KirkpatrickJeane KirkpatrickOklahomaFebruary 21, 1982February 22, 1988 John B. Connally
24 TowerJohn TowerTexasFebruary 21, 1988February 22, 1994 Howard H. Baker, Jr.
25 RichardsonBill RichardsonNew MexicoFebruary 21, 1994February 22, 2000 Bill Clinton
26 RiceCondoleeza RiceAlabamaFebruary 21, 2000February 22, 2006 John McCain
27 HillaryHillary ClintonVirginiaFebruary 22, 2006February 21, 2012 John Edwards
28 Jim DeMintJim DemintSouth CarolinaFebruary 22, 2012Incumbent Rick Perry

Notes

  • D Died in office of natural causes.

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