• Character Heinrich Eberstadt was a delegate representing Switzerland to MACUSA in 1926. He was concerned about MACUSA having allowed a breach of the International Statute of Secrecy by not preventing an obscurial attack in New York (WFT). Read More
• Rules and laws In Harry’s fifth year, Dolores Umbridge became High Inquisitor of Hogwarts, and the Ministry decreed: “No student organisations, societies, teams, groups and clubs may exist without the knowledge and approval of the high Inquisitor” (OP17).  Headmaster Snape reinstated it in 1997 to stop Dumbledore’s Army from reforming, although Neville… Read More
• Character Eldritch Diggory was the fourth Minister for Magic, in office 1733 – 1747. He was popular, and considered one of the Ministry’s “most accomplished Ministers for Magic,” by Garrick Ollivander (Pm). Read More
• Character Elfrida Clagg was the Chieftainess of Warlock’s Council (JKR). * The dates given on Clagg’s Chocolate Frog card (1612-1687) conflict with information from QA4 which says she was the “Chief of the Wizard’s Council” in the mid-1300s. The portrait of the similarly named Elfrida Cragg in the Ministry… Read More
• Character Emily Rappaport was the 15th President of the MACUSA. In 1790, she instituted Rappaport’s Law, which completely segregated the wizarding and No-Maj communities after Dorcus Twelvetrees exposed the magical community in a catastrophic breach of the International Statute of Secrecy (Pm). Read More
• Character Eugenia Jenkins was Minister for Magic from 1968 to 1975.  She dealt “competently” with pure-blood riots and Squib Rights marches, but was not deemed able to deal with the rise of Lord Voldemort. Read More
• Character Evangeline Orpington was one of the Ministry’s “most accomplished Ministers for Magic,” according to Garrick Ollivander (Pm). Orpington was Minister from 1849 to 1855, during which time she introduced the hidden platform at King’s Cross Station as a way for magical folk to access the Hogwarts Express (Pm). Read More
• Character Archer Evermonde was Minister for Magic during World War I, serving  1912 – 1923. Read More
• Occupations • Wizarding culture MACUSA employees in white coats who lead convicted prisoners to the Death Cell and remove happy memories from the victims that will entice them into the pool of deadly poison (WFT). Read More