James Mann (Louisiana)

James Mann ( born June 22, 1822 in Gorham, Maine; † August 26, 1868 in New Orleans, Louisiana ) was an American politician. In 1868, he represented the state of Louisiana in the U.S. House of Representatives.


James Mann spent most of his life in Maine. There he was in the years 1849 to 1850 Member of the House of Representatives of that State. From 1851 to 1853 he was a member of the Senate of Maine. After that, he was 1962-1863 eunuchs in Cumberland County. He also was employed by the customs authorities at the port of Portland.

In the course of the civil war man joined the U.S. Army. There he was paymaster with the rank of Major. During the Reconstruction husband worked for the Ministry of Finance in the occupied state of Louisiana. At that time he lived in New Orleans. Politically, he was a member of the Democratic Party. After the resumption of Louisiana into the Union and the associated representation Congress James Mann in 1868 in the second electoral district of the state in the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington DC selected. There he joined on 18 July 1868 its new mandate. He died a few weeks later, on August 26, 1868, in New Orleans. He was then buried in his birthplace Gorham.