Albert Gallatin may not be a well-known name from history books, but he had an incredible influence on the young United States. He’s mostly known for serving the longest term as Secretary of the Treasury, from 1801-1814, for Presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. Gallatin also planned the finances for the Louisiana Purchase, worked on the Treaty of Ghent to end the War of 1812, and helped found New York University. Our patch displays an image of Albert Gallatin in front of his Pennsylvania home, Friendship Hill.
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