Asked in US Constitution
Was John Jays home state Kentucky New York or Whoming?
he lives in your mind john jay isn't even a person
Why did Chief Justice John Jay resign from the US Supreme Court?
Chief Justice Jay resigned because he was elected Governor of his home state, New York, in 1795. Jay disliked serving on the Court because he believed the position lacked prestige. ...
What was John Jay's home state?
New York. John Jay, first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, was born in New York City in 1745. His family moved to Rye, New York, shortly after he was born. Jay served on the Supreme Court from 1789-1795, when he was elected Governor of his home state. President John Adams attempted to entice Jay back to the Court, but Jay refused, claiming the Court had little power or prestige. He had also complained about the circuit riding duties...
What job did John Jay hold in the new US government in 1789?
John Jay was Secretary of Foreign Affairs from 1784-1789. In September of '89 a law was passed by Congress adding more domestic responsibilities to this post and changed the Departments title to the Department of State. John Jay served as acting Secretary of State until 22 March 1790. ...
Who was the first secretary of the state department?
The first U. S. Secretary of State was John Jay, who served from 1789 to 1790. ...
Did John Jay sign the Declaration of Independence?
No John Jay did not sign the Declaration.