Hannibal Hamlin (1809-1891)
Hannibal Hamlin was vice president during Abraham Lincoln's first term in the White House. Hamlin was also a congressman, U.S senator, and briefly governor of Maine. Hamlin began his political career as a Democrat and switched to the Republican party in 1856 becoming a strong advocate of emancipation. He also served as United States minister to Spain for a short period from 1881 to 1882.
- 1855 circa 5 years
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