Related Assignments

Assignment Title Individual Years Citations Notes
Special Negotiator Francis Dana 1777 - 1777 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Minister Resident Francis Dana 1780 - 1780 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Consul John Miller Russell 1794 - 1803 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Treaty Negotiator Rufus King 1799 - 1799 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Consul Levitt Harris 1803 - 1813 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Minister Plenipotentiary John Quincy Adams 1809 - 1814 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Secretary of Legation John S. Smith 1812 - 1816 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Secretary of Legation William Steuben Smith 1812 - 1816 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Secretary to Negotiating Delegation Levitt Harris 1813 - 1813 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Treaty Negotiator James E. Bayard 1813 - 1814 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Charge d'Affaires Levitt Harris 1814 - 1817 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Special Diplomatic Agent Edward Coles 1816 - 1816 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Secretary of Legation William R. D. King 1816 - 1818 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Envoy Extraordinaire and Minister Plenipotentiary William Pinkney 1816 - 1818 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Consul John Levitt Harris 1816 - 1819 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Envoy Extraordinaire and Minister Plenipotentiary George Washington Campbell 1818 - 1820 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Secretary of Legation Charles Pinkney 1818 - 1820 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Consul Abraham P. Gibson 1819 - 1850 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865
Envoy Extraordinaire and Minister Plenipotentiary Henry Middleton 1820 - 1830 Supported by, America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer

Supported By:

Smith, Walter Burges. <i>America's diplomats and consuls of 1776-1865 : a geographic and biographic directory of the Foreign Service from the Declaration of Independence to the end of the Civil War.</i> Washington, D.C. : Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Dept. of State, 1987.

Notes on Source:The data in this study was bulk loaded from a spreadsheet (created after the pages were scanned and run through OCR). Page numbers were not retained in the digitization process.

Entered By:Jean Bauer