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Events from the year 1829
1829
in the United States.

Contents

1 Incumbents

1.1 Federal Government 1.2 Governors 1.3 Lieutenant Governors

2 Events 3 Births 4 Deaths 5 See also 6 External links

Incumbents[edit] Federal Government[edit]

President: John Quincy Adams
John Quincy Adams
(DR/NR-Massachusetts) (until March 4), Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson
(D-Tennessee) (starting March 4) Vice President: John C. Calhoun
John C. Calhoun
(D-South Carolina) Chief Justice: John Marshall
John Marshall
(Virginia) Speaker of the House of Representatives: Andrew Stevenson
Andrew Stevenson
(D-Virginia) Congress: 20th (until March 4), 21st (starting March 4)

Governors and Lieutenant Governors

Governors[edit]

Governor of Alabama: John Murphy (Democratic) (until November 25), Gabriel Moore
Gabriel Moore
(Democratic) (starting November 25) Governor of Connecticut: Gideon Tomlinson
Gideon Tomlinson
(Democratic-Republican) Governor of Delaware: Charles Polk, Jr. (Federalist) Governor of Georgia: John Forsyth (Democratic-Republican) (until November 4), George R. Gilmer
George R. Gilmer
(Democratic-Republican) (starting November 4) Governor of Illinois: Ninian Edwards
Ninian Edwards
(Democratic-Republican) Governor of Indiana: James B. Ray
James B. Ray
(Independent) Governor of Kentucky: Thomas Metcalfe (National Republican) Governor of Louisiana: Pierre Derbigny
Pierre Derbigny
(National Republican) (until October 6), Armand Julie Beauvais
Armand Julie Beauvais
(National Republican) (starting October 6) Governor of Maine: Enoch Lincoln
Enoch Lincoln
(Democratic-Republican) (until October 8), Nathan Cutler
Nathan Cutler
(Democratic) (starting October 8) Governor of Maryland: Joseph Kent
Joseph Kent
(Democratic-Republican) (until January 15), Daniel Martin (National Republican) (starting January 15) Governor of Massachusetts: Levi Lincoln, Jr.
Levi Lincoln, Jr.
(National Republican) Governor of Mississippi: Gerard Brandon
Gerard Brandon
(Democratic) Governor of Missouri: John Miller (Democratic) Governor of New Hampshire: John Bell (National Republican) (until June 4), Benjamin Pierce (Democratic) (starting June 4) Governor of New Jersey:

until October 30: Isaac Halstead Williamson
Isaac Halstead Williamson
(Federalist) October 30-November 6: Garret D. Wall
Garret D. Wall
(Democratic) starting November 6: Peter Dumont Vroom
Peter Dumont Vroom
(Democratic)

Governor of New York:

January 1-March 12: Martin Van Buren
Martin Van Buren
(Democratic) starting March 12: Enos T. Throop
Enos T. Throop
(Democratic)

Governor of North Carolina: John Owen (Democratic) Governor of Ohio: Allen Trimble
Allen Trimble
(Federalist) Governor of Pennsylvania: John Andrew Shulze
John Andrew Shulze
(Democratic-Republican) (until December 15), George Wolf
George Wolf
(Democratic-Republican) (starting December 15) Governor of Rhode Island: James Fenner
James Fenner
(Democratic-Republican) Governor of South Carolina: Stephen Decatur Miller (Democratic) Governor of Tennessee:

until April 16: Sam Houston
Sam Houston
(Democratic-Republican) April 16-October 1: William Hall (Democratic) starting October 1: William Carroll (Democratic)

Governor of Vermont: Samuel C. Crafts (National Republican) Governor of Virginia: William Branch Giles (Democratic)

Lieutenant Governors[edit]

Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut: John Samuel Peters
John Samuel Peters
(National Republican) Lieutenant Governor of Illinois: William Kinney (Democratic-Republican) Lieutenant Governor of Indiana: Milton Stapp (Independent) Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky: John Breathitt
John Breathitt
(political party unknown) ) Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts: Thomas L. Winthrop
Thomas L. Winthrop
(political party unknown) Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi: Abram M. Scott
Abram M. Scott
(Democratic) Lieutenant Governor of Missouri: Daniel Dunklin
Daniel Dunklin
(Democratic) Lieutenant Governor of New York:

January 1-March 12: Enos T. Throop
Enos T. Throop
(Democratic) March 12: Charles Stebbins
Charles Stebbins
(Democratic) March 12-July 1: William M. Oliver
William M. Oliver
(Democratic) starting July 1: Edward Philip Livingston
Edward Philip Livingston
(Democratic)

Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island: Charles Collins (political party unknown) Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina: Thomas Williams (Democratic) Lieutenant Governor of Vermont: Henry Olin (Democratic-Republican)

Events[edit]

March 4: Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson
inaugurated President

March 4 – First inauguration of Andrew Jackson: Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson
is inaugurated as the seventh President of the United States. June 1 – The Philadelphia Inquirer
The Philadelphia Inquirer
is founded as The Pennsylvania Inquirer. July 23 – William Austin Burt
William Austin Burt
obtains the first patent for a typographer (typewriter). June 27 – James Smithson, a British mineralogist and chemist, leaves a bequest of £100,000 to fund the Smithsonian Institution
Smithsonian Institution
in Washington, D.C. Undated – The Georgia Gold Rush
Georgia Gold Rush
begins as the country's first significant gold rush following the discovery of gold on October 27, 1828, by Benjamin Parks in the old Hall County, Georgia
Hall County, Georgia
(later reorganized into Lumpkin County).

Births[edit]

March 2 – William B. Allison, U.S. Senator from Iowa from 1873 to 1908 (died 1908) April 12 – Daniel Sheldon Norton, U.S. Senator from Minnesota from 1865 to 1870 (died 1870) May 8 – Louis Moreau Gottschalk, composer and pianist (died 1869
1869
in Brazil) May 28 – A. B. Rogers, surveyor (died 1889) August 6 – James T. Farley, U.S. Senator from California from 1879 to 1885 (died 1886) September 12 – Charles Dudley Warner, essayist and novelist (died 1900) October 5 – Chester A. Arthur, 21st President of the United States from 1881 to 1885, 20th Vice President of the United States
United States
from March to September 1881 (died 1886) October 30 – Roscoe Conkling, leader of the Stalwart faction of the Republican Party (died 1888) November 22 – Shelby Moore Cullom, U.S. Senator from Illinois from 1883 to 1913 (died 1914) December 8 – Henry Timrod, "poet laureate of the Confederacy" (died 1867)

Deaths[edit]

January 28 – Ephraim Bateman, U.S. Senator from New Jersey from 1826 to 1829
1829
(born 1780) January 29 – Timothy Pickering, 2nd United States
United States
Secretary of War, 3rd United States
United States
Secretary of State (born 1745) February 18 – Hannah Tompkins, Second Lady of the United States (born 1781) April 11 – Archibald Gracie, merchant and shipowner (born 1755 in Scotland) May 17 – John Jay, represented New York at the Continental Congress in 1774, 2nd Governor of New York
Governor of New York
from 1795 to 1801 and 1st Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1789 to 1795 (born 1745) June 27 – James Smithson, British chemist and mineralogist whose inheritance will eventually create the Smithsonian Institution
Smithsonian Institution
(born c. 1765 in France; died in Genoa) November 26 – Thomas Buck Reed, U.S. Senator from Mississippi from 1826 to 1827 and in 1829
1829
(born 1787) December 12 – John Lansing, Jr., statesman (born 1754; disappeared)

See also[edit]

Timeline of United States
United States
history (1820–1859)

External links[edit]

Media related to 1829
1829
in the United States
United States
at Wikimedia Commons

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1829
1829
in North America

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