The Falling Rain: A Graphics Timeline

US Cabinet
Positions of the United States Cabinet:
  • Secretary of State [1789]
  • Secretary of the Treasury [1789]
  • Secretary of War [1789]
  • Attorney General {Department of Justice} [1789]
  • Postmaster General [1792]
  • Secretary of the Navy [1798]
  • Secretary of the Interior [1850]
  • Secretary of Agriculture [1867]
  • Secretary of Commerce and Trade [1894] {adds “and Trade” in 1981}
  • Secretary of Labor [1902]
  • Secretary of Budget Management [1923]
  • Secretary of Public Works [1934]
  • Secretary of Records [1934]
  • Secretary of Business and Industry [1934]
  • Secretary of Strategic Resources [1950]
  • Secretary of the Air Force [1950]
  • Secretary of Peace [1963]
  • Secretary of Exploration [1963]
  • Secretary of Transportation [1966]
  • Secretary of Energy [1966]
  • Secretary of Social Welfare [1976]
  • Secretary of Housing and Development [1976]
  • Secretary of Education [1976]
  • Surgeon General {Department of Public Health} [1976]
  • Secretary of Environmental Protection [1981]
  • Secretary of Veterans Affairs [1981]
  • Inspector General {Department of Investigation} [2002]
  • Secretary of Communications and Information [2002]
  • Director General {Department of Intelligence} [2002]
  • Secretary of Defense and Security [2002]
  • Secretary of Immigration [2002]
  • Secretary of Emergencies [2002]
  • Secretary of Technology [2011]
  • Secretary of Culture [2018]
  • Other non-secretary positions:
    • White House Chief of Staff
    • Counselor to the President
    • Ambassador to the World Council
 
First and Second American Civil Wars, Confederate Civil War
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Key events of the First Civil War, through the seasons:
  • Secession Summer (1863)
    • Failure of the First Everett Compromise (May 15)
    • Secession of South Carolina (June 2)
    • Declaration of the Confederate States (June 15)
    • Opening of the Provisional Congress (July 4)
  • Fall of the Union (1863)
    • Resignation of President John Breckinridge (Sept 1)
    • Ascension of President Simon Cameron, Siege of Fort Pulaski, Start of the Fortress Campaign (Sept 2)
    • Great Goldenrod Hunt (Sept 3 - Oct 11)
    • President Simon Cameron's Call for Volunteers (Sept 16)
    • Secession of the Upper South (Sept 20)
    • First Missouri Campaign (Oct 20 - Nov 29)
      • Battle of the Arsenal (Oct 28)
    • Fall of Fort Monroe, End of the Fortress Campaign (Nov 7)
  • Winter of Discontent (1863-1864)
    • First Confluence Campaign (Dec 10 - Jan 30)
      • First Kentucky Bend (Dec 19)
      • Second Kentucky Bend (Jan 17)
    • Failure of the Second Everett Compromise (Feb 8)
    • Great Manhattan Riot (Feb 14 - Feb 20)
  • Spring of Blood (1864)
    • Rock Creek Campaign (March 15 - April 6)
      • Battle of Rock Creek (April 2)
      • Death of Secretary of War James Cameron (April 3)
    • Kanawha Campaign (March 19 - May 20)
      • Battle of Rich Mountain (April 21)
    • Second Missouri Campaign (March 23 - May 30)
      • Battle of Independence (April 14)
      • Battle of Mine Creek (May 8)
      • Battle of Springfield (May 26)
    • Second Confluence Campaign (March 24 - May 12)
      • Third Kentucky Bend (April 8)
      • Fourth Kentucky Bend (May 1)
    • Invitation of the Great Powers (April 10)
    • Allegheny Railroad Scandal (April 20)
    • Impeachment of President Simon Cameron (May 1)
    • Removal of President Simon Cameron (May 3)
    • Ascension of President John Crittenden (May 4)
    • President John Crittenden's Further Bloodshed Speech (May 10)
    • President John Crittenden's American Cousins Speech (May 28)
  • Separation Summer (1864)
    • Intervention of the Great Powers, Ceasefire declared (June 1)
    • Clement Vallandingham's Promises of Peace Speech (June 11)
    • Stephen Douglas' Popular Will Speech (June 15)
    • President John Crittenden's Confederation Speech (June 24)
    • First Treaty of Washington signed (July 5)
    • Attempted impeachment of President John Crittenden (July 7)
    • Abraham Lincoln's Second Revolution Speech (July 9)
    • Thaddeus Stevens' Carthage Speech (July 14)
 
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