United States Senate Committee On Revolutionary Claims
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United States Senate Committee On Revolutionary Claims

The United States Senate Committee on Claims was among the first standing committees established in the Senate. It dealt generally with issues related to private bills and petitions. After reforms in the 1880s that created judicial and administrative remedies for petitioners, it declined in importance, and was abolished in 1947.

The United States House of Representatives also had a Committee on Claims until 1946, when its duties were absorbed by the United States House Committee on the Judiciary.

Chairmen of the Committee on Claims, 1816-1947

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