Samuel Huntington

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Samuel Huntington
 
Presided over the
Second Continental Congress

and the
Congress of the Confederation

from 28 September 1779
to 09 July 1781
Vice President(s):

N/A

 


Samuel Huntington (1731-1796) was a pre-Constitution president presiding over the Second Continental Congress and the Congress of the Confederation. He served from 1779 to 1781. It was during his term that the Articles of Confederation were finally ratified.

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Preceded by:
John Jay
US President
1779-1781
Succeeded by:
Thomas McKean