The Federalist Party, referred to as the Pro-Administration party during the 1780s, was the first American political party. It existed from the early 1790s to 1868. In the aftermath of the American Civil War it faded away. After the collapse of the Federalist Party in the course of the 1868 presidential election, most surviving Federalists joined the new New Social Republican Party, which was combined with other liberal, but anti-Liberty Party groups.

Federalist PresidentsEdit

Jefferson Bunt
Samuel Lewis Jr.
Alexander Bunt Jr.
Walter Gordon Maxwell
Thomas Gates
Elijah T. Morris

Federalist Vice PresidentsEdit

Samuel Lewis Jr.
Silas Baldwin
Philemon Chase
Frederick C. Dallsworth
Benjamin F. Hickory

Other Federalist PoliticiansEdit

Frederick Williams
George Winston
Basceus Dixon Mitchell
Nathaniel Biddle
Francis Maverick
? Carter (1840)
Andrew Woodbury
Benjamin Brown
Hickory Smith
Patrick O'Connor
Joshua Harris
William Gates
Sylvester Houghes
Mark Hardy
Donald Blythe
Lane Mills
? Bunt IV (1868)

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