Proclamations (Washington 1789 - present)

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President Date Title
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
Abraham Lincoln
Apr 10, 1862
Proclamation 88—Day of Public Thanksgiving for Victories During the Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Feb 19, 1862
Proclamation 87—Celebration of George Washington's Birthday
Abraham Lincoln
Aug 16, 1861
Proclamation 86—Prohibiting Commercial Trade with States in Rebellion
Abraham Lincoln
Aug 12, 1861
Proclamation 85—Proclaiming a Day of National Humiliation, Prayer, and Fasting
Abraham Lincoln
May 10, 1861
Proclamation 84—Declaring Martial Law, and Suspending the Writ of Habeas Corpus in the Islands of Key West
Abraham Lincoln
May 03, 1861
Proclamation 83—Increasing the Size of the Army and Navy
Abraham Lincoln
Apr 27, 1861
Proclamation 82—Extension of Blockade to Ports of Additional States
Abraham Lincoln
Apr 19, 1861
Proclamation 81—Declaring a Blockade of Ports in Rebellious States
Abraham Lincoln
Apr 15, 1861
Proclamation 80—Calling Forth the Militia and Convening an Extra Session of Congress
James Buchanan
Feb 11, 1861
Proclamation
James Buchanan
Jun 25, 1860
Proclamation
James Buchanan
Feb 26, 1859
Proclamation
James Buchanan
Oct 30, 1858
Proclamation
James Buchanan
Jun 14, 1858
Proclamation—Convening a Special Session of the Senate
James Buchanan
Apr 06, 1858
Proclamation—Rebellion in the Territory of Utah
James Buchanan
Feb 25, 1858
Proclamation—Abolishing Discriminating Duties in the Case of the Papal States
James Buchanan
Dec 24, 1857
Proclamation
Franklin Pierce
Feb 16, 1857
Proclamation 72—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
Franklin Pierce
Aug 18, 1856
Proclamation 71—Convening an Extra Session of Congress
Franklin Pierce
Jun 02, 1856
Proclamation 70—Defining the Boundary Between the United States and Mexico
Franklin Pierce
May 28, 1856
Proclamation 68—Revoking the Exequator of the British Consul at New York
Franklin Pierce
May 28, 1856
Proclamation 69—Revoking the Exequatur of the Bristish Consul at Philadelphia
Franklin Pierce
May 28, 1856
Proclamation 67—Revoking the Exequatur of the Bristish Consul at Cincinnati
Franklin Pierce
Feb 11, 1856
Proclamation 66—Law and Order in the Territory of Kansas
Franklin Pierce
Dec 12, 1855
Proclamation 65—Applying Trade Benefits to Province of Newfoundland
Franklin Pierce
Dec 08, 1855
Proclamation 64—Warning to United States Citizens Against Participating in an Unlawful Military Operations in Nicaragua
Franklin Pierce
Jul 02, 1855
Proclamation 63—Designation of Certain Ports Unders the Privleges of Act of 1845
Franklin Pierce
Mar 16, 1855
Proclamation 62—Suspending Duties on Certain Articles Imported from Canada
Franklin Pierce
May 31, 1854
Proclamation 61—Warning to United States Citizens Against Participating in an Unlawful Invasion of Cuba
Franklin Pierce
Jan 18, 1854
Proclamation 60—Warning to United States Citizens Against Participating in an Unlawful Invasion of Mexico
Millard Fillmore
Feb 25, 1853
Proclamation 59—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate
Millard Fillmore
Oct 22, 1851
Proclamation 58—Warning to United States Citizens Against Participating in an Unlawful Invasion of Mexico
Millard Fillmore
Apr 25, 1851
Proclamation 57—Warning to United States Citizens Against Participating in an Unlawful Invasion of Cuba
Millard Fillmore
Feb 18, 1851
Proclamation 56—Calling On Citizens to Assist in the Recapture of a Fugitive Slave Arrested in Boston, Massachusetts
Millard Fillmore
Dec 13, 1850
Proclamation 55—Establishing the Northern and Western Boundaries of Texas and the Formation of a New Mexico Territorial Government
Millard Fillmore
Nov 01, 1850
Proclamation 54—Suspension of Discriminating Tonnage and Import Duties on Vessels from Chile
Zachary Taylor
Jul 05, 1850
Proclamation—Convention Between the United States of America and Her Britannic Majesty
Zachary Taylor
Jan 10, 1850
Proclamation 53—Establishment of Nasqually and Portland, Oregon, as Ports of Delivery
Zachary Taylor
Jan 04, 1850
Proclamation 52—Revoking the Exequatur of the Spanish Consul at New Orleans
Zachary Taylor
Aug 11, 1849
Proclamation 51—Warning to United States Citizens Against Participating in an Unlawful Invasion of Cuba
Zachary Taylor
Jul 03, 1849
Proclamation—Day of Fasting, Humilia­tion, and Prayer
James K. Polk
Mar 02, 1849
Proclamation 50—Declaring Whitehall, New York, a Port of Delivery
James K. Polk
Jan 02, 1849
Proclamation—Convening an Extra Session of the United States Senate