Cabinet of President Woodrow Wilson


Cabinet of President Woodrow Wilson

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Cabinet of President Woodrow Wilson
March 4, 1913-March 3, 1917 (Term 1)
State William Jennings Bryan (Bryan, William Jennings)
Robert Lansing (Lansing, Robert) (from June 23, 1915)
Treasury William Gibbs McAdoo (McAdoo, William G)
War Lindley Miller Garrison
Newton Diehl Baker (Baker, Newton D) (from March 9, 1916)
Navy Josephus Daniels (Daniels, Josephus)
Attorney General James McReynolds (McReynolds, James)
Thomas Watt Gregory (from September 3, 1914)
Interior Franklin Knight Lane (Lane, Franklin K(night))
Agriculture David Franklin Houston
Commerce* William Cox Redfield
Labor* William Bauchop Wilson
March 4, 1917-March 3, 1921 (Term 2)
State Robert Lansing (Lansing, Robert)
Bainbridge Colby (from March 23, 1920)
Treasury William Gibbs McAdoo (McAdoo, William G)
Carter Glass (Glass, Carter) (from December 16, 1918)
David Franklin Houston (from February 2, 1920)
War Newton Diehl Baker (Baker, Newton D)
Navy Josephus Daniels (Daniels, Josephus)
Attorney General Thomas Watt Gregory
A. Mitchell Palmer (Palmer, A. Mitchell) (from March 5, 1919)
Interior Franklin Knight Lane (Lane, Franklin K(night))
John Barton Payne (from March 13, 1920)
Agriculture David Franklin Houston
Edwin Thomas Meredith (from February 2, 1920)
Commerce William Cox Redfield
Joshua Willis Alexander (from December 16, 1919)
Labor William Bauchop Wilson
*Department of Commerce and Labor reorganized into separate departments.
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