Gallatin

[gal-uh-tin]
noun
  1. Albert,1761–1849, U.S. statesman: Secretary of the Treasury 1801–13.
  2. a town in N Tennessee.
  3. a river in NW Wyoming and SW Montana, flowing NW to join the Jefferson and Madison rivers in forming the Missouri River. 120 miles (193 km) long.
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Historical Examples of gallatin

  • Gallatin brought no prudishness and no orthodoxy in his Genevese baggage.

    Albert Gallatin

    John Austin Stevens

  • Meanwhile Gallatin had attained his twenty-fifth year and his majority.

    Albert Gallatin

    John Austin Stevens

  • The father was dead, and the mother took lodgers, of whom Gallatin was one.

    Albert Gallatin

    John Austin Stevens

  • Historians have agreed in according to Gallatin the honor of this field day.

    Albert Gallatin

    John Austin Stevens

  • Mr. Gallatin's position in this condition of affairs was controlling.

    Albert Gallatin

    John Austin Stevens