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Completed in 1807 as meeting place for the U.S. House of Representatives until their move to the House wing in 1857. In 1864, Congress invited each state to contribute two statues of prominent citizens for permanent display in this room, which was renamed National Statuary Hall.

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General Joseph Wheeler - Alabama
Jabez Lamar Monroe Curry - Alabama

Ernest Gruening - Alaska
Edward Lewis Bob Bartlett - Alaska

Father Kino - Arizona
John Campbell Greenway - Arizona

Uriah M. Rose - Arkansas
James Paul Clarke - Arkansas

Junipero Serra - California
Thomas Starr King - California

Jack Swigert - Colorado
Dr. Florence Rena Sabin - Colorado

Roger Sherman - Connecticut
Jonathan Trumbull - Connecticut

Caesar Rodney - Delaware
John Middleton Clayton - Delaware

John Gorrie - Florida
Edmund Kirby Smith - Florida

Crawford W. Long - Georgia
Alexander Hamilton Stephens - Georgia

Father Damien - Hawaii
King Kamehameha I - Hawaii

George L. Shoup - Idaho
William Edgar Borah - Idaho

James Shields - Illinois
Frances E. Willard - Illinois

General Lew Wallace - Indiana
Oliver Hazard Perry Morton - Indiana

James Harlan - Iowa
Samuel Jordan Kirkwood - Iowa

John J. Ingalls - Kansas
George Washington Glick - Kansas

Henry Clay - Kentucky
Ephraim McDowell - Kentucky

Huey Pierce Long - Louisiana
Edward Douglass White - Louisiana

William King - Maine
Hannibal Hamlin - Maine

John Hanson - Maryland
Charles Carroll Of Carrollton - Maryland

Samuel Adams - Massachusetts
John Winthrop - Massachusetts

Lewis Cass - Michigan
Zachariah Chandler - Michigan

Maria L. Sanford - Minnesota
Henry Mower Rice - Minnesota

Jefferson Davis - Mississippi
James Zachariah George - Mississippi

Thomas Hart Benton - Missouri
Francis Preston Blair - Missouri

Jeanette Rankin - Montana
Charles Marion Russell - Montana

Julius Sterling Morton - Nebraska
William Jennings Bryan - Nebraska

Patrick Anthony McCarran - Nevada

John Stark - New Hampshire
Daniel Webster - New Hampshire

Philip Kearny - New Jersey
Richard Stockton - New Jersey

Dennis Chavez - New Mexico

George Clinton - New York
Robert R. Livingston - New York

Zebulon Baird Vance - North Carolina
Charles Brantley Aycock - North Carolina

John Burke - North Dakota

William Allen - Ohio
James A. Garfield - Ohio

Sequoya - Oklahoma
Will Rogers - Oklahoma

Revered Jason Lee - Oregon
John McLaughlin - Oregon

Robert Fulton - Pennsylvania
John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg - Pennsylvania

Roger Williams - Rhode Island
Nathanael Greene - Rhode Island

Wade Hampton - South Carolina
John Caldwell Calhoun - South Carolina

Joseph Ward - South Dakota
William Henry Harrison Beadle - South Dakota

John Sevier - Tennessee
Andrew Jackson - Tennessee

Sam Houston - Texas
Stephen Austin - Texas

Brigham Young - Utah
Philo T. Farnsworth- Utah

Ethan Allen - Vermont
Jacob Collamer - Vermont

Robert E. Lee - Virginia
George Washington - Virginia

Mother Joseph - Washington
Marcus Whitman - Washington

Jacques Marquette - Wisconsin
Robert M. La Follette, Sr. - Wisconsin

John E. Kenna - West Virginia
Francis H. Pierpont - West Virginia

Esther Hobart Morris - Wyoming


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