Anna Chaffee (1764 - 1834)

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Anna Chaffee
1764 - 1834
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March 2, 1764
Woodstock, Windham, Connecticut, USA
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1834
Woodstock, Windham, Connecticut, USA
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Anna Chaffee was born on March 2, 1764 at Woodstock, Windham, Connecticut, USA. She died in 1834 at Woodstock, Windham, Connecticut, USA at 69 years of age.
Updated: February 6, 2019
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Anna Chaffee passed away in 1834 at Woodstock, Windham, Connecticut, USA at 69 years old. She was born on March 2, 1764 at Woodstock, Windham, Connecticut, USA. There is no information about Anna's immediate family.

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In 1802, at the age of 38 years old, Anna was alive when on October 17th, the Treaty of Fort Confederation was signed between the Choctaw (a Native American tribe) and the United States Government. About 10,000 acres of Choctaw land were given up.

In 1811, when she was 47 years old, on July 9th, British explorer, surveyor, and fur trader David Thompson posted a notice at the junction of the Columbia River and the Snake River - in modern-day Washington- claiming the area for the United Kingdom and stating the intention of the North West Company to build a trading post there. The trading post was built several years later.

In 1818, by the time she was 54 years old, on December 3rd, Illinois was admitted as the 21st U.S. state. Presidents Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, and Barack Obama were from Illinois. Ronald Reagan was the only U.S. President who was born and raised in Illinois.

In 1823, she was 59 years old when President James Monroe first introduced the Monroe Doctrine in his State of the Union address. He didn't deliver the speech personally - it was written and delivered to Congress. The Doctrine said that any European attempts to re colonize the Americas would be considered a hostile act towards the United States. It also stated that the US wouldn't interfere with any European colonies and wouldn't interfere with any European affairs.

In 1834, in the year of Anna Chaffee's passing, on March 28th, President Andrew Jackson was censured by the United States Congress, 26–20, due to his efforts to close The Second Bank of the United States - which eventually led to the Panic of 1837. The censure was expunged in 1837, after years of effort by Jackson supporters.

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