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George Sewall Boutwell (1818–1905)

Boutwell, George Sewall (bout’wel). An American statesman and publicist; born at Brookline, MA, Jan. 28, 1818; died in 1905. He was governor of Massachusetts (1852–53), United States Commissioner of Internal Revenue (1862–63), Member of Congress (1863), Secretary of the Treasury (1869–73), United States Senator (1873–77). He wrote: ‘Thoughts on Educational Topics’ (1860); ‘A History of the Republican Party’ (1884); ‘The Lawyer, the Statesman, and the Soldier.’