|William Gibbs McAdoo|
|12th President of the Confederate States|
October 2, 1919 - February 22, 1922
|Preceded by:||Woodrow Wilson|
|Succeded by:||Carter Glass|
|Confederate States Secretary of the Treasury|
February 22, 1910 - June 5, 1915
|Governor of New York|
January 1, 1899 - December 31, 1900
October 31 1863, Marletta, Georgia
|Died||February 1 1941, Miami, Florida|
Sarah Hazelhurt Fleming (1885 - 1912)
Eleanor Wilson (1914 - 1941)
University of Tennessee
William Gibbs McAdoo was a confederate politician who served as the 13th President of the Confederate States (1919 - 1922).
The majority of his presidency was spent battling with both congress and the supreme court, with congress to push through his domestic agenda and with the supreme court over whether he should be able to seek a full term in office after he completed Wilson's term.
He was the last Whig President, and the first born after the War of Southern Independence.
He worked on Woodrow Wilson's 1915 presidential campaign, helping deliver his home state of Georgia and his adopted state of Tennessee.
Secretary of the Treasury
McAdoo was appointed Treasury Secretary by Wilson.