Proclamations (Washington 1789 - present)

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President Date Title
Andrew Johnson
Jun 13, 1865
Proclamation 137—Removing Trade Restrictions on Confederate States Lying East of the Mississippi River
Andrew Johnson
May 29, 1865
Proclamation 134—Granting Amnesty to Participants in the Rebellion, with Certain Exceptions
Andrew Johnson
May 29, 1865
Proclamation 135—Reorganizing a Constitutional Government in North Carolina
Andrew Johnson
May 22, 1865
Proclamation 133—Raising the Blockade of Certain Ports
Andrew Johnson
May 10, 1865
Proclamation 132—Ordering the Arrest of Insurgent Cruisers
Andrew Johnson
May 02, 1865
Proclamation 131—Rewards for the Arrest of Jefferson Davis and Others
Andrew Johnson
Apr 29, 1865
Proclamation 130—Postponing the Day of Mourning for the Death of President Lincoln Until June 1
Andrew Johnson
Apr 25, 1865
Proclamation 129—Day of Fasting, Humiliation and Mourning for the Death of President Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln
Apr 11, 1865
Proclamation 126—Closing Certain Ports
Abraham Lincoln
Apr 11, 1865
Proclamation 127—Opening the Port of Key West
Abraham Lincoln
Apr 11, 1865
Proclamation 128—Claiming Equality of Rights with All Maritime Nations
Abraham Lincoln
Mar 17, 1865
Proclamation 125—Ordering the Arrest and Prosecution of Those Furnishing Arms to Hostile Indians
Abraham Lincoln
Mar 11, 1865
Proclamation 124—Offering Pardon to Deserters
Abraham Lincoln
Feb 17, 1865
Proclamation 123—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
Abraham Lincoln
Jan 10, 1865
Proclamation 122—Concerning Commerce
Abraham Lincoln
Dec 19, 1864
Proclamation 121—Calling for 300,000 Volunteers
Abraham Lincoln
Nov 19, 1864
Proclamation 120—Raising the Blockade of the Ports of Norfolk, Virginia and Fernandina, and Pensacola, Florida
Abraham Lincoln
Oct 31, 1864
Proclamation 119—Admitting Nevada Into the Union
Abraham Lincoln
Oct 20, 1864
Proclamation 118—Thanksgiving Day, 1864
Abraham Lincoln
Sep 03, 1864
Proclamation of Thanksgiving
Abraham Lincoln
Aug 18, 1864
Proclamation 117—Concerning Commercial Regulations
Abraham Lincoln
Jul 18, 1864
Proclamation 116—Calling for 500,000 Volunteers
Abraham Lincoln
Jul 08, 1864
Proclamation 115—Concerning a Bill "To Guarantee to Certain States, Whose Governments Have Been Usurped or Overthrown, a Republican Form of Government," and Concerning Reconstruction
Abraham Lincoln
Jul 07, 1864
Proclamation 114—Appointing a Day of National Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer
Abraham Lincoln
Jul 05, 1864
Proclamation 113—Declaring Martial Law and a Further Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus in Kentucky
Abraham Lincoln
May 19, 1864
Proclamation 112—Revocation of Exequatur of Charles Hunt, Consul for Belgium at St. Louis, Missouri
Abraham Lincoln
Mar 26, 1864
Proclamation 111—Concerning Amnesty
Abraham Lincoln
Feb 18, 1864
Proclamation 110—Raising the Blockade of Brownsville, Texas
Abraham Lincoln
Dec 16, 1863
Proclamation 109—Suspension of Discriminating Duties on Tonnage and Goods Entering the United States on Vessels of Nicaragua
Abraham Lincoln
Dec 08, 1863
Proclamation 108—Amnesty and Reconstruction
Abraham Lincoln
Oct 17, 1863
Proclamation 107—Call for 300,000 Volunteers
Abraham Lincoln
Oct 03, 1863
Proclamation 106—Thanksgiving Day, 1863
Abraham Lincoln
Sep 24, 1863
Proclamation 105—Raising the Blockade of Alexandria, Virginia
Abraham Lincoln
Sep 15, 1863
Proclamation 104—Suspending the Writ of Habeas Corpus Throughout the United States
Abraham Lincoln
Jul 15, 1863
Proclamation 103—Day of Thanksgiving, Praise, and Prayer, August 6, 1863
Abraham Lincoln
Jun 15, 1863
Proclamation 102—Call for 100,000 Militia to Serve for Six Months
Abraham Lincoln
May 08, 1863
Proclamation 101—Enrollment of Aliens for Military Duty
Abraham Lincoln
Apr 20, 1863
Proclamation 100—Admitting West Virginia Into the Union
Abraham Lincoln
Apr 16, 1863
Proclamation 99—Repudiation of an Agreement with Bernard Kock
Abraham Lincoln
Apr 02, 1863
Proclamation 98—Suspension of Commercial Trade with Certain States in Rebellion
Abraham Lincoln
Mar 30, 1863
Proclamation 97—Appointing a Day of National Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer
Abraham Lincoln
Mar 10, 1863
Proclamation—Recalling Soldiers to Their Regiments
Abraham Lincoln
Feb 28, 1863
Proclamation 96—Convening the Senate
Abraham Lincoln
Jan 01, 1863
Proclamation 95—Regarding the Status of Slaves in States Engaged in Rebellion Against the United States [Emancipation Proclamation]
Abraham Lincoln
Sep 24, 1862
Proclamation 94—Suspending the Writ of Habeas Corpus
Abraham Lincoln
Sep 22, 1862
Proclamation 93—Declaring the Objectives of the War Including Emancipation of Slaves in Rebellious States on January 1, 1863
Abraham Lincoln
Jul 25, 1862
Proclamation 92—Warning to Rebel Sympathizers
Abraham Lincoln
Jul 01, 1862
Proclamation 91—Concerning the Collection of Taxes in Rebellious States
Abraham Lincoln
May 19, 1862
Proclamation 90—Revoking Major General David Hunter's Order of Military Emancipation
Abraham Lincoln
May 12, 1862
Proclamation 89—Termination of Blockade of Beaufort, North Carolina, Port Royal, South Carolina, and New Orleans, Louisiana