Representative Daniel Carroll – First Federal Congress


This Daniel Carroll History Mug is one of a collection of the First Federal Congress members biographical mugs.  An image of Daniel Carroll and a short biography are features of this history mug.

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Daniel Carroll of Rock Creek, Maryland, was a signatory on the  Articles of Confederation and the Constitution.  He was a slave owner and a large landholder.  He served on the state’s executive council from 1777 to 1781 and in its Senate from 1781 to 1792.  As a state senator, Carroll helped raise troops and money for the Revolution.  Carroll served in the Confederation Congress from 1781 to 1783 and in the First Federal Congress House from 1789 to 1791.

First Federal Congress  1781-1789

The Continental Congress met between 1774-1785.  This was followed by the Confederation Congress, under the Articles of Confederation which existed between 1785-1789.  The First United States Congress, also known as the First Federal Congress, consisted of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives, which met between, March 4, 1789 and March 4, 1791.

The biographical History Mugs were created to teach and inspire individuals to learn about our diverse and interesting history.  The biographies were researched and written by history enthusiast, Robert Compton.  He colorized most of the historic photos and images used on the mugs, which were originally black and white or sepia-tone.  The images and biographies are imprinted on mugs at his studio in rural Vermont.

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