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1 Stacy Bodin Stacy Bodin Vermilion Parish Schools Stacy Bodin 1699-Present

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3 Thomas Overton Moore Confederate Governor Louisiana 1860 – 1864 Born April 10, 1804 in Sampson County, North Carolina Died June 25, 1876 (aged 72) near Alexandria, Louisiana Democrat Religion Episcopalian Governor Moore completed his elected term of Thomas Overton Moore Thomas Overton Moore Wikipedia Photo Courtesy of the Louisiana Governor's Office State of Louisiana

4 Henry Watkins Allen Confederate Governor of Louisiana 1864 – Governor during the Civil War Born April 29, 1820 in Prince Edward County, Virginia Died April 22, 1866 (aged 45) in Mexico City, Mexico Political party Democratic Religion Presbyterian Henry Watkins Allen Henry Watkins Allen Wikipedia Wikipedia Photo State of Louisiana

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6 George F. Shepley Governor - Military Governor of Louisiana Shepley was appointed Military Governor by his friend Gen. Benjamin Butler, for the parishes under Federal control from Born January 1, 1819 in Saco, Maine Democrat Died July 20, 1878 (aged 59) in Portland, Maine Gen. George F. Shepley George F. Shepley Wikipedia Photo Courtesy of Governor's Office State of Louisiana

7 Michael Hahn Governor of Louisiana 1864 – 1865 Born November 24, 1830 in Klingenmünster, Bavaria Political party Republican Education Tulane University Religion Catholic March 3, 1865, resigned and his Lieutenant Governor James Madison Wells succeeded him. Congressman, United States Senator during Reconstruction and after. Died March 15, 1886 (aged 55) in Washington, DC Michael Hahn Michael Hahn Wikipedia Photo Courtesy of the Louisiana Governor’s Office State of Louisiana

8 James Madison Wells Governor of Louisiana 1865 – 1867 Born January 8, 1808 near Alexandria, Louisiana Lt. Governor Republican Religion Catholic Removed from office on June 3, 1867 by General Sheridan. Died February 28, 1899 (aged 91) in Lecompte, Louisiana James Madison Wells Photo Courtesy Louisiana Governor's Office State of Louisiana

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10 Benjamin Flanders Governor of Louisiana 1867 – 1868 Born January 26, 1816 in Bristol, New Hampshire Republican Religion Episcopalian Appointed by Gen. Sheridan First Supervising Special Agent of the Freedmen’s Bureau, Department of the Gulf. Died March 13, 1896 (aged 80) in Lafayette Parish, Louisiana Benjamin Franklin Flanders Benjamin Flanders Wikipedia Photo Courtesy Louisiana Governor's Office State of Louisiana

11 Joshua Baker Governor of Louisiana 1868 – 1868 Born March 23, 1799 in Mason County, Kentucky Baker attended the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York from Appointed Military Governor by General Winfield Scott Hancock upon the resignation of Benjamin Flanders Died April 16, 1885 (aged 86) in Lynne, Connecticut Political party Democrat (Unionist) Removed by General Grant. Joshua Baker Joshua Baker Wikipedia Photo Courtesy Louisiana Governor's Office State of Louisiana

12 Henry C. Warmoth Governor of Louisiana 1868 – 1872 Born May 9, 1842 in McLeansboro, Illinois Regarded as a carpetbagger Political party Republican Religion Episcoplian Impeached Died September 30, 1931 (aged 89) in New Orleans, Louisiana Henry Clay Warmoth Henry C. Warmoth Photo Courtesy Louisiana Governor's Office State of Louisiana

13 John McEnery Louisiana Governor January 13, May 22, 1873 Democrat Born in 1833 The Warmouth-controlled elections board declared McEnery the winner against Kellogg; a rival board declared Kellogg the winner. Warmouth was impeached and Pinchback served as governor for 35 days. General Grant then seated Kellogg with Federal protection. Died in 1890 John McEnery John McEnery Wikipedia Photo Courtesy Louisiana Governor's Office State of Louisiana

14 P. B. S. Pinchback Governor of Louisiana December 9, 1872 – January 13, 1873 Born May 10, 1837 in Macon, Georgia Religion African Methodist Episcopal Republican Pinchback, an African American, was the acting Lt. Governor and succeeded after the impeachment of Warmoth; he served for 35 days. Died December 21, 1921 (aged 84) in Washington, DC P. B. S. Pinchback P. B. S. Pinchback Wikipedia Photo Courtesy Louisiana Governor's Office State of Louisiana

15 William P. Kellogg Louisiana Governor January 13, 1873-January 8, 1877 Republican Born December 8, 1830 in Orwell in Addison County in western Vermont States House of Representatives in 1882 and served one term from 1883 to The state's last Republican governor until the inauguration of David C. Treen in Died August 10, 1918 in Washington and is buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia William Pitt Kellogg William P. Kellogg Wikipedia Photo Courtesy Louisiana Governor's Office State of Louisiana

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