Presidential Proclamations

1. William H. Seward’s Proclamation No. 13

15 Stat. Lg. 718 Proclamation No. 13 dated July 28, 1868 Proclamation of Ratification U.S. Constitution, 14th Amendment

2. U.S. Secretary of State, William H. Seward

15 Stat. Lg. 706 Proclamation No. 11 dated July 20, 1868 Proclamation of Ratification U.S. Constitution, 14th Amendment

3. Presidential Proclamation No. 12

15 Stat. Lg. 708 Presidential Proclamation declaring Georgia had ratified the U.S. Constitution, 14 Amendment

4. Presidential Proclamation No. 9

15 Stat. Lg. 704-705 Presidential Proclamation declaring Louisiana had ratified the U.S. Constitution, 14th Amendment.

5. Presidential Proclamation No. 8

15 Stat. Lg. 704 A Presidential Proclamation declaring that South Carolina had ratified the U.S. Constitution, 14th Amendment.

6. Presidential Proclamation No. 7

15 Stat. Lg. 703 A Presidential Proclamation declaring that Florida and North Carolina had ratified the U.S. Constitution, 14th Amendment.

7. Presidential Proclamation No. 4

The insurrection in the State of Texas is at an end. The insurrection at an end and peace, order, tranquility, and civil authority now exist in and throughout the United States of America.

8. Presidential Proclamation No. 3

15 Stat. Lg. 699 Presidential Proclamation to Pardon those who participated in the Civil War

9. Presidential Proclamation No’s. 1 & 2

14 Stat. Lg. 811-813 Insurrection declared at an end in certain States of the Union. All citizens warned against violating neutrality laws.