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Name Alexander Stephen
Profession Politician
Death date March 4, 1883
Birth Day February 11
Birth Year 1812
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Birth Country United States

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Alexander Stephen Bio

Alexander Stephen is a famous Politician. Alexander Stephen was born in February 11, 1812 in Atlanta, United States. Lived for a long time as an American politician hailing from Georgia who was a staunch opponent of secession. He served as vice-president of the Confederate States from 1861 to 1865. Later, he was Governor 50th of Georgia up to 1882, until the time of his death. Following during the Civil War, he was detained for treason and sentenced in prison for five years. Even though there were limitations on former Confederates being in the office, Stephens was elected back to Congress in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1873. He was returned in 1874,1876 in 1878, 1878, and 1880.

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Full Name Alexander Stephen
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He was never was married. He has no known direct descendants, but in 2017 his great-great-great grandnephews, brothers Alexander M. Stephens and Brendan Stephens, in a letter to Georgia Governor Nathan Deal and the state Legislature and published in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, wrote that “Confederate monuments need to come down.” They also stated to the reporter that they want Stephens statues to be moved to a museum “not to have it ‘wiped away’ but to have it contextualized so that someone might actually learn something from it.”

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As vice-president of the Confederacy In his role as vice president, he served an additional eight days in his post as compared to CSA the president Jefferson Davis. The year 1863 was the time he, Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee attempted to meet the president Abraham Lincoln to exchange prisoners however, following because of the Union’s victory in Gettysburg was so decisive that the administration refused to host them.

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In the days as when the Civil War approached, he was against the South secession from the Union however, he defended the slavery. When the war started the country had 34 slaves. He was sick throughout his life, and suffered from rheumatoid arthritis as well as pinched nerves in his back.

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After graduation from Franklin college, which later became the University of Georgia, Stephens was a lawyer in practice. He began his political career in 1836, and became a member of the Georgia House of Representatives. In 1843 the year he became a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. He was initially an Whig and later became a Unionist and later switched towards his Democratic party.

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