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US Secretary of the Interior

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

Chief officer of the US Interior Department.

8-Mar-1849
22-Jul-1850
Thomas Ewing (under Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore)
15-Aug-1850
26-Aug-1850
Thomas McKean Thompson McKennan (under Millard Fillmore)
14-Sep-1850
7-Mar-1853
Alexander Hugh Holmes Stuart (under Millard Fillmore)
8-Mar-1853
9-Mar-1857
Robert McClelland (under Franklin Pierce)
10-Mar-1857
8-Jan-1861
Jacob Thompson (under James Buchanan)
5-Mar-1861
31-Dec-1862
Caleb Blood Smith (under Abraham Lincoln)
1-Jan-1863
15-May-1865
John Palmer Usher (under Abraham Lincoln)
16-May-1865
31-Aug-1866
James Harlan (under Andrew Johnson)
1-Sep-1866
4-Mar-1869
Orville Hickman Browning (under Andrew Johnson)
5-Mar-1869
31-Oct-1870
Jacob Dolson Cox (under Ulysses S. Grant)
1-Nov-1870
30-Sep-1875
Columbus Delano (under Ulysses S. Grant)
19-Oct-1875
11-Mar-1877
Zachariah Chandler (under Ulysses S. Grant)
12-Mar-1877
7-Mar-1881
Carl Schurz (under Rutherford B. Hayes)
8-Mar-1881
17-Apr-1882
Samuel J. Kirkwood (under James Garfield and Chester A. Arthur)
18-Apr-1882
3-Mar-1885
Henry Moore Teller (under Chester A. Arthur)
6-Mar-1885
10-Jan-1888
Lucius Q. C. Lamar (under Grover Cleveland)
16-Jan-1888
6-Mar-1889
William Freeman Vilas (under Grover Cleveland)
7-Mar-1889
6-Mar-1893
John W. Noble (under Benjamin Harrison)
6-Mar-1893
1-Sep-1896
Michael Hoke Smith (under Grover Cleveland)
3-Sep-1896
5-Mar-1897
David Rowland Francis (under Grover Cleveland)
6-Mar-1897
19-Feb-1899
Cornelius Newton Bliss (under William McKinley)
20-Feb-1899
4-Mar-1907
Ethan A. Hitchcock (under William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt)
5-Mar-1907
5-Mar-1909
James Rudolph Garfield (under Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft)
6-Mar-1909
12-Mar-1911
Richard A. Ballinger (under William Howard Taft)
13-Mar-1911
5-Mar-1913
Walter Lowrie Fisher (under William Howard Taft)
6-Mar-1913
29-Feb-1920
Franklin K. Lane (under Woodrow Wilson)
15-Mar-1920
4-Mar-1921
John Barton Payne (under Woodrow Wilson)
5-Mar-1921
4-Mar-1923
Albert Fall (under Warren G. Harding)
5-Mar-1923
24-Jul-1928
Hubert Work (under Warren G. Harding and Calvin Coolidge)
25-Jul-1928
4-Mar-1929
Roy Owen West (under Calvin Coolidge)
5-Mar-1929
4-Mar-1933
Ray Lyman Wilbur (under Herbert Hoover)
4-Mar-1933
15-Feb-1946
Harold Ickes (under Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman)
18-Mar-1946
1-Dec-1949
Julius Albert Krug (under Harry S. Truman)
1-Dec-1949
20-Jan-1953
Oscar L. Chapman (under Harry S. Truman)
21-Jan-1953
15-Apr-1956
Douglas McKay (under Dwight D. Eisenhower)
8-Jun-1956
20-Jan-1961
Fred A. Seaton (under Dwight D. Eisenhower)
21-Jan-1961
20-Jan-1969
Stewart Udall (under John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson)
24-Jan-1969
25-Nov-1970
Walter J. Hickel (under Richard M. Nixon)
29-Jan-1971
30-Apr-1975
Rogers C.B. Morton (under Richard M. Nixon and Gerald Ford)
12-Jun-1975
9-Oct-1975
Stanley K. Hathaway (under Gerald Ford)
17-Oct-1975
20-Jan-1977
Thomas S. Kleppe (under Gerald Ford)
23-Jan-1977
20-Jan-1981
Cecil D. Andrus (under Jimmy Carter)
23-Jan-1981
8-Nov-1983
James Watt (under Ronald Reagan)
18-Nov-1983
7-Feb-1985
William P. Clark (under Ronald Reagan)
8-Feb-1985
20-Jan-1989
Donald Hodel (under Ronald Reagan)
3-Feb-1989
20-Jan-1993
Manny Lujan (under George H.W. Bush)
22-Jan-1993
2-Jan-2001
Bruce Babbitt (under Bill Clinton)
31-Jan-2001
31-Mar-2006
Gale A. Norton (under George W. Bush)
26-May-2006
20-Jan-2009
Dirk Kempthorne (under George W. Bush)
21-Jan-2009
present
Ken Salazar (under Barack Obama)



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