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  2. Samuel Osgood - Wikipedia

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    Samuel Osgood was an American merchant and statesman born in Andover, Massachusetts, currently a part of North Andover, Massachusetts. His family home still stands at 440 Osgood Street in North Andover and his home in New York City, the Samuel Osgood House, served as the country's first Presidential mansion. He served in the Massachusetts and New York State legislatures, represented Massachusetts in the Continental Congress and was the fourth Postmaster General of the United States, serving duri

  3. OSGOOD, Samuel | US House of Representatives: History, Art ...

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    OSGOOD, Samuel, a Delegate from Massachusetts; born in Andover, Essex County, Mass., February 3, 1748; was graduated from Harvard College in 1770; studied theology; engaged in mercantile pursuits; delegate to the Essex County convention in 1774; member of the Provincial Congress; entered the Revolutionary Army as captain and left the service as colonel and assistant quartermaster; Member of the Continental Congress 1781-1784; member of the state senate, 1780; member of the state house of ...

  4. OSGOOD, Samuel, a Delegate from Massachusetts; born in Andover, Essex County, Mass., February 3, 1748; was graduated from Harvard College in 1770; studied theology; engaged in mercantile pursuits; delegate to the Essex County convention in 1774; member of the Provincial Congress; entered the Revolutionary Army as captain and left the service as colonel and assistant quartermaster; Member of the Continental Congress 1781-1784; member of the state senate, 1780; member of the state house of ...

  5. Samuel Stillman Osgood - Wikipedia

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    Samuel Stillman Osgood (June 9, 1808 – 1885) was a 19th-century American portrait painter.

  6. Samuel Osgood House - Wikipedia

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    The Samuel Osgood House, also known as the Walter Franklin House, was the first official residence of the President of the United States. It housed George Washington, his family, and household staff, from April 23, 1789, to February 23, 1790, during New York City's two-year term as the national capital. Demolished in 1856, it stood at the northeast corner of what was Pearl and Cherry (today Dover) streets in what is now Civic Center, Manhattan, New York City .

  7. The First Postmaster General - Samuel Osgood

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    Samuel Osgood was the first Postmaster General of the United States. Samuel Osgood. When the alarm sounded to signal the British were coming, Samuel Osgood led the militia of Andover, Massachusetts into the Battle of Lexington and Concord. After chasing the Redcoats to Boston, Samuel served as an aide-de-camp to Artemas Ward.

  8. Samuel Osgood (1748-1813) - Find a Grave Memorial

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    Samuel Osgood. Birth. 3 Feb 1748. Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA. Death. 12 Aug 1813 (aged 65) New York, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA. Burial. Green-Wood Cemetery.

  9. John Adams to Samuel Osgood, 13 December 1784 - Archives

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    13. 1784. DrSir. We are assembled under our new Commissions, and have begun our Negotiations at least by announcing our Mission to most of the Courts through their Ministers at this. As We were not limited to any Place, it may be Supposed in America, that the first Question would have been, concerning the Feild of Battle. But, circumstanced as We were, this Could be no Question.

  10. To Alexander Hamilton from Samuel Osgood, 20 January 1790

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    From Samuel Osgood. General Post Office, New York, January 20, 1790. In obedience to the orders of the Supreme Executive, I have the honor of laying before you such remarks and observations as have occurred to me, in attending to the Department of the Post Office; 1 many of these observations will be found to be of a general nature, and founded in opinion: for there are not documents in the office on which to found estimates that would afford satisfaction.

  11. Osgood Family

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    Colonel SAMUEL OSGOOD (1748-1813) served in the Washington Cabinet along with Jefferson, Hamilton, Knox and Randolph. He allowed his personal residence in New York City to be used by President Washington as the first executive mansion. Osgood led a local company of minutemen into the Battle of Lexington and Concord and rose to the rank of Colonel.