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  1. William Eustis (June 10, 1753 – February 6, 1825) was an early American physician, politician, and statesman from Massachusetts. Trained in medicine, he served as a military surgeon during the American Revolutionary War , notably at the Battle of Bunker Hill .

    • 1775–1783
  2. William Eustis (10 de Junho de 1753 – 6 de Fevereiro de 1825) foi um físico, político e estadista dos tempos da província de Massachusetts. Formado em medicina, serviu como cirurgião militar durante a Guerra de Independência dos Estados Unidos , notadamente na Batalha de Bunker Hill .

  3. U.S. Presidents James Madison William Eustis (1809–1812) William Eustis was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on June 10, 1753, and graduated from Harvard University. Eustis began his national service during the Revolutionary War, relying on a medical education to serve as a surgeon with the Continental Army.

  4. William Eustis (June 21, 1753 – February 6, 1825) Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. He served as United States Secretary of War from March 7, 1809 to January 13, 1813. He was appointed United States Ambassador to Holland by President James Madison, serving from 1814 to 1818.

  5. William Eustis was the eleventh governor of Massachusetts from 1823 to 1825. He was a physician, dentist, and former hospital surgeon in the Revolutionary War. He served as a U.S. representative, a secretary of war, and an ambassador to the Netherlands. He died in office and was buried in Lexington, Massachusetts.

  6. Neither the British in Canada nor the United States were prepared for war. Americans were inordinately optimistic in 1812. William Eustis, the U.S. secretary of war, stated, “We can take the Canadas without soldiers, we have only to send officers into the province and the people…will rally round our standard.”.