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Samuel Swartwout (November 17, 1783 – November 21, 1856) was an American soldier, merchant, speculator, and politician. 09 during his tenure as Collector of the Port of New York. Swartwout was born in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York on November 17, 1783. He was one of seven children born to Abraham Swartwout and Maria (née North) Swartwout.
After Wilkinson took command of New Orleans in November, Swartwout was one of four Burr allies he arrested for misprision of treason and sent to Washington, . In February, after a hearing, Swartwout and the others were released.
Jackson, Andrew, and Samuel Swartwout. Book/Printed Material. Samuel Swartwout to Andrew Jackson, March 8. March 8, 1836. Manuscript/Mixed Material. MLA citation style: Jackson, Andrew, and Samuel Swartwout. Contributor: Jackson, Andrew.
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