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Nathan Cutler

Nathan Cutler
Cutler circa 1850
7th Governor of Maine
In office
October 8, 1829 – January 6, 1830
Preceded by Enoch Lincoln
Succeeded by Joshua Hall
President of the
Maine Senate
In office
1829–1829
Preceded by Robert P. Dunlap
Succeeded by Joshua Hall
Member of the
Maine Senate
Member of the
Maine House of Representatives
In office
1844–1844
Personal details
Born (1775-05-29)May 29, 1775
Lexington, Massachusetts
Died June 8, 1861(1861-06-08) (aged 82)
Warren, Massachusetts
Political party Democratic
Alma mater Dartmouth College, 1798
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Nathan Cutler (May 29, 1775, Lexington, Massachusetts – June 8, 1861) was an American politician from Maine. He was a Democrat.

Cutler graduated from Dartmouth College in 1798, and practiced law in Farmington, Maine. He was a delegate to the Maine Constitutional Convention in 1819. In 1828, he was elected to the Maine Senate, and served as Senate president. When Governor Enoch Lincoln died on October 8, 1829, Cutler was sworn in as the seventh Governor, serving until the expiration of his Senate term on January 6, 1830. Cutler was a presidential elector in 1832, and served in the Maine House of Representatives in 1844.

External links

  • National Governors Association profile
  • Find a Grave
Political offices
Preceded by
Enoch Lincoln
7th Governor of Maine
1829-1830
Succeeded by
Joshua Hall
Preceded by
Robert P. Dunlap
8th President of the Maine Senate
1829
Succeeded by
Joshua Hall

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