John Langdon

John Langdon

(June 26, 1741September 18, 1819)

John Langdon was a politician from New Hampshire and one of the first two United States Senators from that state. Langdon was an early supporter of the American Revolutionary War and later served in the Continental Congress. After being in Congress for 12 years, including serving as the first President pro tempore of the Senate, Langdon became Governor of New Hampshire. He turned down a nomination for Vice Presidential candidate in 1812, and later retired until his death in 1819. Today, Langdon is considered the most important New Hampshire politician in early American history. The town of Langdon, New Hampshire is named after John Langdon.

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It therefore becomes our indispensible duty, not only to acknowledge in general with the rest of mankind, our dependence on the Supreme Ruler of the universe, but as a people peculiarty favored to...

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Committee of Correspondence, member of the Continental Congress, participant at the Battle of Bennington and Saratoga, signer of the U/S. Constitution, Governor of New Hampshire and U.S. ...

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