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Brown, James

Born: 1766 AD
Died: 1835 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Ambassadors

1766 – Born on September 11th near Staunton, Virginia. A Senator from Louisiana.

1789 – Commanded a company of sharpshooters in an expedition against the Indians.

1792 – Secretary to the Governor.

1804 – After the cession of the Territory of Louisiana moved to New Orleans and was appointed as secretary of the Territory.

1812 – Became United States district attorney for the Territory and elected as a Democratic Republican to the United States Senate on December 1st.

1813-1817 – Filled the vacancy caused by the resignation of John N. Destrehan.

1819-1823 – Elected to the United States Senate, as an Adams-Clay Republican.

         – Appointed United States Minister to France.

1835 – He returned to the United States and settled in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he died on April 7th.