Photo Album of the Cabinet of the Confederacy
|President Jefferson Davis
|Vice-President Alexander Stephens
|Attorney-General Judah P. Benjamin
|Secretary of the Navy Stephen Mallory
|Postmaster General John H. Reagan
|Secretary of War James Seddon (Replaced Walker)
Who was the treasurer for the Confederacy?
Christopher G. Memminger
Christopher G. Memminger | Confederate treasurer | Britannica.
Who was the secretary of the Confederacy?
Judah Philip Benjamin
Judah Philip Benjamin served as the Attorney General, Secretary of War, and Secretary of State for the Confederacy.
Who was the Secretary of State for the Confederacy?
What was the role of the Confederate cabinet?
The Confederate cabinet was ineffective. Like the Confederate Congress, its membership was undistinguished —a contrast with Lincoln’s Cabinet, which included highly talented men.
Who was the Secretary of War during the Civil War?
Aug 21, 2018. Nov 9, 2009. Jefferson Davis (1808-1889) was a Mexican War hero, U.S. senator from Mississippi, U.S. secretary of war and president of the Confederate States of America for the duration of the American Civil War (1861-1865).
How did President Washington deal with his cabinet?
President Washington could also be very skilled in dealing with his cabinet, managing them in almost the same way that he had consulted with his staff of generals during the Revolution. He solicited each person’s opinion, opposed as they might be, considered his options, and made a decision.
Who are the two cabinet members that disagreed with Washington?
Jefferson and Hamilton, Political Rivals in Washington’s Cabinet. Differences of opinion didn’t concern President Washington. They could even be useful, until he came to realize (in 1792), the very personal nature of the differences between two of his cabinet members: Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson.