17441808, Feb 19
became 24th Governor of Georgia on March 3, 1801 upon the resignation of James Jackson to become U.S. Senator from Georgia. Emanuel served until November 7, 1801, the remainder of Jackson's term, but did not seek re-election. Emanuel was a member of the Democratic Republican Party. Prior to serving as governor he was the President of the Georgia Senate.
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03/03/1801-First U.S. Jewish governor, David Emanuel, takes office in Georgia
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