A report on Albert G. Talbott

United States representative from Kentucky and a slaveholder.

- Albert G. Talbott

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Gravestone of Rep. William Clayton Anderson located in Bellevue Cemetery, Danville, Kentucky.

William Clayton Anderson

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Nineteenth-century slave owner, lawyer, and politician.

Nineteenth-century slave owner, lawyer, and politician.

Gravestone of Rep. William Clayton Anderson located in Bellevue Cemetery, Danville, Kentucky.

Anderson was born in Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucky, the son of Simeon H. Anderson and nephew of Albert G. Talbott.

"A Woman of the Century"

Margaret Anderson Watts

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American social reformer in the temperance movement, writer, and clubwoman.

American social reformer in the temperance movement, writer, and clubwoman.

"A Woman of the Century"

Albert G. Talbott was her uncle.

Photo of Bellevue Cemetery Gates from the Historic American Landscapes Survey

Bellevue Cemetery (Danville, Kentucky)

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Historic cemetery in Danville, Kentucky.

Historic cemetery in Danville, Kentucky.

Photo of Bellevue Cemetery Gates from the Historic American Landscapes Survey

Albert G. Talbott (1808–1887), U.S. congressman

35th United States Congress

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Meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, consisting of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives.

Meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, consisting of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives.

Group photo of the U.S. Senate, in 1859, during this Congress.
President of the Senate John C. Breckinridge
Senate President pro tempore James Murray Mason, March 4, 1857
Senate President pro tempore Thomas J. Rusk, March 14, 1857 – July 29, 1857
Senate President pro tempore Benjamin Fitzpatrick, from December 7, 1857
Senators' party membership by state at the opening of the 35th Congress in March 1857. The green stripes represent Know-Nothings. The senators from Minnesota and Oregon were not seated until later in the Congress.
2 Democrats
1 Democrat and 1 Republican
2 Republicans
2 Know-Nothings

. Albert G. Talbott (D)