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William McKinley

William McKinley (January 29, 1843 – September 14, 1901) was the 25th President of the United States, serving from March 4, 1897, until his death.

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via alumnus and "prolific American composer" William T, McKinley has passed away at age 76
March 1, 1901: Paul Laurence Dunbar as an honorary colonel at President William McKinley's inauguration parade -
Jul 7 1898- U.S. President William McKinley signs the Newlands Resolution annexing Hawaii as a territory of the United States
William Thomas McKinley, 76, Jazz-Loving Composer - one of his best known pieces is the 1982 tone poem “The Mountain”
I live in the Canton OH area, home to William McKinley and his tomb.
William Thomas McKinley, Jazz-Loving Composer, Dies at 76: A hallmark of Mr. McKinley’s music was his acu...
Robert Lincoln witness the assassination of his father—Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, and William McKinley.
You fish for Studs Terkel. You lose Play-Doh. You stay at the William Mckinley Hotel. Good night.
William McKinley was inaugurated as the 25th President of the United States on March 4, 1897.
Denali is the Athabaskan name, which predates William McKinley's political career by several thousand years.
did you see William McKinley's catch though? 😍👌👌👌
did the william mckinley titans win the super bowl? lol XD
Depressed because I don't go to William McKinley High School 😢😂
William McKinley with the clutch play too 👌
ikr, didn't William McKinley play so well in the first half!?
William McKinley only took the job so he could get a mountain in Alaska named after him.
The life of President William McKinley was celebrated in a wreath laying ceremony at his Library and Museum in...
"You shall not press down upon the brow of labor this crown of thorns. You shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold" -William McKinley
Omg! Another item to an to my crack list. 😋 @ William McKinley Elementary School
Happy birthday FDR. you were not half bad. and happy belated birthday william mcKinley. at least ya made the...
172 years ago today, President William McKinley was born on January 29, 1843 in Niles, Ohio.
William McKinley is my 9th cousin five times removed.
I am related to William McKinley, 25th President of the USA:
Happy Birthday to (the 25th president) William McKinley (yesterday, so mad at myself for forgetting) & Happy Birthday to (32nd pres.) FDR
1843: Future President William McKinley was born. He later became 3rd president to be assassinated.
William McKinley, elected US President in 1896, Hiram Lodge 21 of Winchester, OH, was born on this date (1/29) in 1843.
Jan 30: William McKinley: 1843—1901, American President. See biography and links to other…
Gotta shout out my great great great great grandpa William McKinley (25th president) we share the same birthday RIP .
The final resting place of William McKinley and his wife Ida
The man that shot William McKinley in 1901 Leon Czolgosz
Remembering William McKinley, the former US President on his Birthday.
William McKinley, born on this day in 1843, was honored on this 1931 stamp issued in the Philippines
William McKinley is featured on this 1904 U.S. postage stamp
William McKinley's face is featured on the U.S. $500 bill
Fun Fact: William McKinley was the first President to have his inauguration filmed! 🇺🇸🎥
Our martyred president ... Memorial life of William McKinley-1901
"6 Days That Felled Sheldon Silver, the Speaker Who Ruled Albany for Decades" by JESSE McKINLEY, THOMAS KAPLAN, SUSANNE CRAIG and WILLIAM K…
President William McKinley would be 172 or so today. If alive. He's not. But he would still be a better president. Currently.
Today in 1843: William McKinley, 25th U.S. president, is born. This is a ticket to his 1897 inaugural ball.
OTD in 1843, 25th U.S. President William McKinley was born. See his memorial here:
On this date in 1843, William McKinley was born. One of 8 Ohio presidents, he was the last to serve in the Civil War.
Pres. William McKinley (born today 1843) in Buffalo, on way (1901) to Temple of Music, where assassin waited: http:…
..for Grocer Cleveland, really fat, elected twice as a democrat. Then Benjamin Harrison and after that it's William McKinley up to bat!
My wife's got another bun in the oven. Should I name him William Rutherford or James McKinley Taft?
CANADA IMMIGRATION JUDGES WHILE HEARING CUBAN ASYLUM SEEKERS ARE TREATING THEM LIGHTLY AND ACCEPTING THEIR REFUGEE CLAIMS Some judges at Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board treated Cuban asylum seekers lightly, arguing that since the one-party government controls all jobs it denies dissidents proper employment and that this amounts to cruel and unusual punishment and persecution. Other judges asserted that Cuba was no harsher on dissidents than other communist countries and authoritarian regimes such as in Iraq and Libya and Cuban asylum claimants must meet the legal requirements that apply to all asylum seekers. I held this view and the Federal Court, on appeal, upheld my decisions rejecting some Cuban claimants. I recently visited Cuba as a tourist. I did not seek information but talked to people at the resort and during excursions to cities. Cubans, being highly educated, exchanged views freely offering a glimpse of their lives and asking about Canada. Cuba is a one-party state. The state controls ...
sooo, you still think you ELECT our president? in 1992 you had skull and bonesman George Bush Sr. vs, Freemason Bill Clinton. in 1996 you had Bill Clinton vs Free mason Bob Dole. Next you had skull & Bones GW Bush vs Free mason Al Gore . Then you had Skull and bones Bush vs skull & bones Kerry. Do you all get it now? In Albert Pike's book he admits the top Freemasons worship Lucifer. The Illuminati has infiltrated the freemason elite. A List of past presidents and people I have found who belong to these secret societies: George Washington, John Adams, James Monroe, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, William Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, Andrew Jackson, Franklin pierce, John Quincy adams, Aaron Burr, Martin Van Buren, Calvin Coolidge, Tyler, Truman, LBJ, Chester Arthur, Grover Cleveland, William McKinley, Warren Harding, Taft, Francis Scott Key, Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, joseph Kennedy, George Clinton, Woodrow Wilson, H.Hoover,Nelson Rockefella, Dwight Eisenhower,Thomas E Dewey, Nixon, ol ...
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"We want no war of conquest... War should never be entered upon until every agency of peace has failed.". William McKinley
Shoutout to for helping me remember that William McKinley existed
Half-heartedness never won a battle. William McKinley
Hey if I'm at the William McKinley memorial can I get some of the extra credits
RUN WARREN RUN!!. Few presidential candidates since William McKinley have had more personal, financial, and...
William and Ida McKinley were married on this day in 1871. Happy Anniversary, President and Mrs. McKinley!
freaks and geeks is at the same school as glee william McKinley
From her late arrival at Glee's William McKinley High School at a time when the original stars such as Lea Mic...
I didn't know that Rutherford B. Hayes and William McKinley severed together in the 23rd Ohio during the battle of south mountain/Antietam
it says high school musical but we can clearly see that's William McKinley. Cheerio days are over.
President William McKinley had close ties to Westminster
Ss: "Wait, Mr. Barry. Are you telling me you like William McKinley bc he got shot & then TR became president?!" . Me: Yeah!!!. Ss: *sigh*
& gerrymandering is in William McKinley's election . so counterfeiting and gross disgusting pipelines leading under the capitol 20,000 miles
Can someone help me? Who does William McKinley look like? It's a borderline emergency.
today I found out who William McKinley was 😋 so cool
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your William Jennings Bryan and i'm McKinley every party backed you except one and you still lost to me :)(: oh oh oh oh oh
Congressman Bob Gibbs has introduced bill to keep name of Mt. McKinley in Alaska in honor of former President William McKinley.
Fotoset: negovanman: Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you, the William McKinley High graduating class of...
as a Substitute teacher at my high school. William McKinley High?
If you want to read abt a strategic rise & a politician's brilliant positioning, see: William McKinley's career 1890-1896.
Did you know: President Obama is the first U.S. president to say "Instagram" in a State of the Union address since William McKinley in 1898.
Uh they just mentioned William McKinley on Gilmore Girls so yeah I'm studying
tried to put "(r)" in my notes to indicate he was republican and ended up with "william mckinley®" in my notes
It's time to meet William McKinley and his (hopefully) best biographies!
William McKinley was a US president (a fairly ineffectual one) so yeah there's a few around.
This day in History: On January 11, 1908, U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt declares the massive Grand Canyon in northwestern Arizona a national monument. Though Native Americans lived in the area as early as the 13th century, the first European sighting of the canyon wasn't until 1540, by members of an expedition headed by the Spanish explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado. Because of its remote and inaccessible location, several centuries passed before North American settlers really explored the canyon. In 1869, geologist John Wesley Powell led a group of 10 men in the first difficult journey down the rapids of the Colorado River and along the length of the 277-mile gorge in four rowboats. By the end of the 19th century, the Grand Canyon was attracting thousands of tourists each year. One famous visitor was President Theodore Roosevelt, a New Yorker with a particular affection for the American West. After becoming president in 1901 after the assassination of President William McKinley, Roosevelt made en ...
Like all the girls in William McKinley High School, Rachel couldn't lie to herself and she was ...
How come William McKinley never gets mentioned when people talk about assassinated presidents?
Pres. William McKinley survived a gunshot wound 1901 but died of infection later. His doctors put dirty fingers in the wound.
When he was defeated by William McKinley. Yes.
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The mission of the United States is one of benevolent assimilation. - William McKinley
Sometimes I forget that isn't real, and it makes me really sad. It also makes me sad that I'll never go to William McKinley😭
Is it just me or did it used to be the William McKinley Wildcats, not Titans?.
I liked so much that I ended up in Ohio! :p And now I know who William McKinley is! lol
Oh my god it's William McKinley's own Rachel Berry!
Nixon is one of 4 US presidents to have born in January along with Millard Fillmore (7), William McKinley (29) & Franklin Roosevelt (30).
Photo: William McKinley is on which bill? | (at Chrissy Nails)
This bronze statue of William McKinley was erected in 1906 in Arcata, California.
At the turn of the 20th century, US had their own version of a dimwit president like Jacob Zuma in President William McKinley. Empty head.
The Illustrious Life of William McKinley by Murat Halstead 1901- w/ Last Photo
McKinley’s ‘Sunshine' shows that the problem with fighting monsters is that you risk becoming one. ht…
"That's all a man can hope for in his lifetime - to set an example and when he is dead, to be an inspiration for history." -William McKinley
Congrats to William McKinley for winning the "President who looks most like Darth Vader era Anakin Skywalker" award
I learned my history from a textbook called The Eagle Landed On Us that posits the best President was William McKinley
Honestly blessed to have been a William McKinley High Student this season! Been able to finish the…
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[HAFF] President William McKinley almost always wore a red carnation on his lapel as a good luck charm. While gr...
I cannot die happily until makes a movie about a William McKinley High School reunion.
Remembering William McKinley 25th President of the U.S.~ born January 29, 1843
In the time of darkest defeat, victory may be nearest. -William McKinley |
when will you bring to life the biography of William McKinley?
the gym teacher at William McKinley High School. They have a McKinley school in Bay Ridge also Kids were nice over that area
"I'm not bud I'm William McKinley" just doesn't have the same ring to it
Ciera and I feel really dumb for not knowing William McKinley was a president. 😐
Its Epiphany... Holding a sign... that says Angry... at William McKinley High School
Show off Past Projects • President William McKinley Memorial: This is a project we are working ...
Brad Nessler looks like William McKinley in that outfit
-him, which was something she'd not yet found at William McKinley. This new feeling left her feeling insecure, and so later that-
i have never been more attached to a group of people than i am to the William McKinley High School class of 2012
Are we all aware that Freaks and Geeks and Glee both take place at William McKinley High School?? Just making sure here
Which and future was named of the Philippines by President William McKinley?
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I went to an antique market and saw a letter from Annie Oakley to William McKinley saying that if necessary she would recruit a band +
Coach Sue Silvester is the blonde, female Severus Snape of William McKinley High! Please don't EVER put those two in a room!.
Trivia: US President William McKinley was assassinated with an Iver Johnson revolver.
William McKinley is assassinating the other team rn
"Half heartedness never won anything " - William Mckinley - LiveBoldStyle
I'm heading to Niles, OH. The birthplace of William McKinley and wickedshrapnel
Actually, that would be William Mckinley. Reagan, however, is still screwing us nearly 30 years later
Of all the people to assassinate a communist dictator, I'm not sure I would have chosen two stoners from William McKinley High School.
William McKinley was a great president
Last one. You know what that means! @ William McKinley Elementary School
Our AMAZING first grade team have the spirit! @ William McKinley Elementary School
not as good as William McKinley though
I always wondered if we're related.. President William McKinley... We have the same last name... 😂😂👀
I knew, even before reading this, that Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William McKinley, & Me, Elizabeth’s was the forgotten cauldron
in 1898, U.S. President William McKinley visited Tuskegee Institute at the invitation of Booker T.
did you see William McKinley play last night?
"A free man cannot be long an ignorant man." . Pres. William McKinley.
Teddy Roosevelt became our 26th President after the assassination of President William McKinley in 1901
"I have never been in doubt since I was old enough to thin..".
"The free man cannot be long an ignorant man...".
The next JCARR committee meeting is scheduled Monday, January 12, 2015 in the William McKinley Hearing Room at 1:30 p.m.
Actually, consensus is that it ended in 1896 with the election of William McKinley/the 4th party system.
WHAT SOME GREAT PEOPLE SAID ABOUT THE BIBLE "It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible.” George Washington “I am sorry for men who do not read the Bible every day. I wonder why they deprive themselves of the strength and pleasure.” Woodrow Wilson “Hold fast to the Bible as the sheet anchor of your liberties, write its precepts on your hearts and practice them in your lives.” Ulysses S. Grant “The Bible is a book in comparison with which all others are of minor importance, and which in all my perplexities and distresses has never failed to give me light and strength.” Robert E. Lee “If we will not be governed by God, then we will be ruled by tyrants.” William Penn “The more profoundly we study this wonderful book [the Bible], and the more closely we observe its divine precepts, the better citizens we will become and the higher will be our destiny as a nation.” William McKinley “Education is useless without the Bible.” Daniel Webster “A thorough under ...
Fun Fact: William H. Harrison, James Garfield, William McKinley and Warren G. Harding all killed in office by dirt pudding
November 3 . 1493 Christopher Columbus arrives at the Caribbee Isles (Dominica) during his second expedition. 1507 Leonardo da Vinci is commissioned to paint Lisa Gherardini ("Mona Lisa"). 1529 The first parliament for five years opens in England and the Commons put forward bills against abuses amongst the clergy and in the church courts. 1794 Thomas Paine is released from a Parisian jail with help from the American ambassador James Monroe. He was arrested for having offended the Robespierre faction. 1813 American troops destroy the Indian village of Tallushatchee in the Mississippi Valley. 1868 Ulysses S. Grant elected the 18th president of the United States. 1883 A poorly trained Egyptian army, led by British General William Hicks, marches toward El Obeid in the Sudan–straight into a Mahdist ambush and massacre. 1883 The U.S. Supreme Court declares American Indians to be "dependent aliens." 1892 First automatic telephone exchange goes into operation in La Porte, Indiana. 1896 William McKinley is elect ...
On November 2nd, 1898, President William McKinley designated the site for Fort Mackenzie. Abandoned in 1918, it is current V.A. Hospital.
This is the cutest gift bag ever!!! Leave it to Mrs. Costella! @ William McKinley Elementary School
He's being called out for saying an inflammatory racist statement. William McKinley was a Klan member, so was Wilson. .
We just got this in; William McKinley defeated William Jennings Bryan this morning
Republican William McKinley defeated Democrat William Jennings Bryan in the presidential election of 1896.
Yeah, I tried. You're pretty good. And btw, NODODY knows that William Mckinley was our 25th president.
Steelers all the way! 💛🏉 William Mckinley had a *** of a game. Over 180 yards catching and 2 TD's from Big ben! *high five*
First President of the United States to ride in an automobile while in office
One more reminder folks: Daylight Savings is tomorrow! Enjoy some extra sleep, & hope to see you at 10:30AM at William McKinley School.
Is channeling his inner William McKinley and wearing a carnation?
William McKinley High School forever! Head says Glee, heart says Freaks and Geeks
That one Halloween we dressed as William McKinley High School cheerleaders because we were obsessed…
: William McKinley's wife disliked the color yellow. 😂✋ she's like me
William Mckinley was the first president to ride a car.!!
29 October 1901. Leon Czolgosz, the assassin of US President William McKinley, was executed by electrocution.
William had a pet parrot that he named "
Our Candy Corn contest is OVER! There were 85 candy corn in the jar, making William Mckinley Minton, Sr. our...
Showing off my Glee spirit by being a William McKinley Cheerio for Halloween ☺️❤️
ya..william Mckinley did pretty good ⚾️⚾️
the giants can thank William McKinley for their success though for sure
*** yea cuz William McKinley is a great coach! And malcom little pitched the game of his life
feellng. “I found myself thinking about President William McKinley, the third American president to be...
1901 – Capital punishment: Leon Czolgosz, the assassin of U.S. President William McKinley, is executed by electrocution.
1901-Anarchist Leon Czogolsz was electrocuted for the assassination of President William McKinley.
1901, Leon Czolgosz -- William McKinley's assassin -- was executed in an electric chair.
"Teddy put you up to this, didn't he?" -William McKinley to his killer.
Oct 29 1901 - Anarchist Leon Czolgosz electrocuted for assasination of US President William McKinley
Today in 1901: President William McKinley's assassin, Leon Czolgosz, is electrocuted. McKinley's last cup:
Boyfriend;You don't know the price of a stamp? . Me:Grover Cleveland was the 24th President. . BF:. M:William McKinley was 25…
William McKinley was on the $500 bill, Grover Cleveland was on the $1,000, and James Madison was on the $5,000
I always kind of shrug inside when I tell people that I was a mailman. But, it turns out that these people also worked for the postal service: Walt Disney, Charles Bukowski, William Faulkner, Abraham Lincoln, Harry S. Truman, William McKinley, Benjamin Franklin, Will Hays, Sherman Hemsley, Charles Lindbergh . . .
THIS JUST IN: What did Woodrow Wilson, Harry S. Truman and William Mckinley have in common? These were Presidents...
Harry S Truman,Warren G Harding . Woodrow Wilson and William McKinley were apart of the KKK. The Democratic Party was also founded on the KKK
HERE, THERE AND EVERWHERE ON THE LIFE OF REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT, Theodore Roosevelt...Teddy Roosevelt was born on Oct. 27, l858 at 28 East 20th St., N.Y.C. I lived in N.Y.C. for 4l years and I often have passed by his birthplace...HIs father was Thee Roosevelt who was born in extreme wealth. Thee's younger brother, Elliott was the father of Eleanor Roosevelt. Eleanor married Pres. FDR. Thee"s cousin, James Roosevelt, was the father of Pres. FDR so FDR married his cousin Eleanor Roosevelt. All the Roosevelts were very wealthy...Teddy was a sickly child, and doctors predicted he would not live long. He had asthma and he often almost choked to death in his childhood when he had asthma attacks...Teddy became famous during the Spanish-American War of l898 when he led his soldiers, named "The Rough Riders, to victory in battles in Cuba...After the war, Teddy became governor of N.Y...Teddy was Vice-President of the U.S. when Pres. William McKinley was assassinated, Teddy was 42 when he became the 26th Pres. ...
Upon William McKinley's reelection some dude was like, "your job is to not die for 4 years." But he blew it and died anyway.
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Teddy Roosevelt anecdote of the night - he said that President William McKinley had "the backbone of a chocolate eclair."
In case you didn't know, William McKinley was the 25th president. Thanks for your random fact of the night
Mark Hannah from Ohio, a friend of President William McKinley was against Mckinley taking on Roosevelt as a vice president.
Somewhere, the Ghost of William McKinley is tired of acknowledging Teddy on September 14th.
America truly entered the 20th century 113 yrs ago today when Teddy Roosevelt became President upon the death of William McKinley.
Died on this date in 1901 - William McKinley, 25th President of the United States of America, assassinated.
First episode of is on again. Any of my detractors who want to hear the words "William McKinley is dead" tune in at 11:45!
All I can say is William McKinley got the short end of the American history stick.
"William McKinley was dead, felled by an anarchist's bullet. A nation mourned." *cue gutbucket rendition of Tiger Rag*
113 years ago today, Theodore Roosevelt took office of the president following the assassination of William McKinley.
So far from "The Roosevelts" I have ascertained that Teddy is responsible for the Maine affair and the unexpected death of William Mckinley.
So 113 yrs ago today, Teddy R was sworn in as President after the assassination of William McKinley.
William McKinley: shot by an anarchist. In the new movie version, the shooter is played by an editor at The New Inquiry.
FYI- 113 years ago today, President William McKinley, was Assassinated in NY.
"accused his boss -William McKinley, of having the spine of a chocolate eclair"
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Insult I need to remember: you have the backbone of a chocolate eclair (said by Teddy about William McKinley)
1901: Theodore Roosevelt is sworn in as president after William McKinley dies, making him the youngest President
Here is William McKinley at the Pan-Am Expo in Buffalo the day before he was shot.
10 mos. before he died, McKinley was won re-election defeating William Jennings Bryan for the second time
Pres. William McKinley died on this day in 1901 8 days after being shot by Leon Czolgosz in Buffalo,NY
THIS DAY IN HISTORY- Sep 14, 1901: President William McKinley dies from gunshot wounds. On this day in 1901,...
1901 Pres William McKinley dies in Buffalo, of gunshot wounds inflicted by an assassin. VP Theodore Roosevelt became president
On this day President William McKinley died from a gunshot wound he received at the Pan-American Exposition in 1901.
It was on this day in history (1901),that U.S. President William McKinley died after being shot by a deranged anarchist.
Pres. death...On this day in 1901 William McKinley died.
The Man in the Arena . At 2:15 am on September 14, 1901, President William McKinley...
"Our differences are politics, our agreements principles.". ― William McKinley (died this day, September 14, 1901)
Today in 1901: Pres. William B. McKinley dies of gunshot wounds inflicted by an assassin 8 days earlier.
1901: U.S. - Pres William McKinley died after an assassination attempt by Leon Czolgosz on Sept. 6, and was succeeded …
DID YOU KNOW…. William McKinley was the first President to ride in a car- A Stanley Steamer steam-engine auto built in 1897. Are you...
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Must've sucked to be William McKinley. Got elected president as the "least undesirable" candidate and was promptly assassinated
I didn't even know William McKinley was a president until APUSH. I didn't even know he existed...
Much less do they know a Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, James Garfield, William McKinley.
Today's selection -- from William McKinley by Kevin Phillips. In the late 1800s, robust U.S. business interests...
QUARANTINE trivia: McKinley High is named after President William McKinley, assassinated by a self-proclaimed anarchist in 1901.
Get me Rob Lowe as Chris Traeger as William McKinley and I'm in.
Do you think that YouTube fitness guru Mike Chang was named after William McKinley High School alumnus Mike Chang?
Yes but no one ever gives programs that say "William McKinley slept here." . That may help your argument actually...
In case you didn't know, there's a monument dedicated to William McKinley delivering coffee on the…
While looking in envelope of money at bank, I noticed I like older men. I like William McKinley,Alexander Hamilton,& James Madison the best!
I feel like Glee will be set in LA on Rachel's show, in a fictional (More Fictional) William McKinley High School,
President William McKinley had a pet parrot that he named "Washington Post.
Later President of the United States, he enlisted at age 18 to fight in the Civil War
"The American flag has not been planted on foreign soil to acquire more territory but for humanity's sake"- William McKinley
President William McKinley carredi up the steps of the Capitol for the lying in state on September 17, 1901.
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series on Presidential Places looks at the William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum
A redwork McKinley campaign quilt, 1896. The center squares are portraits of William and Ida McKinl
My daughter gave me this book by Sarah Vowell, knowing my interest in JFK assassination books. This book is a first-person account of the author's decision to visit the birthplaces and museums of the Presidents who have been killed in office. Sounds macabre, but it's not. She comes up with interesting stories about not only Kennedy and Lincoln, but James Garfield and William McKinley as well. I now have three more of Vowell's books, all on totally different subjects than this one. She is a regular contributor to NPR's "This American Life", where I think my daughter discovered the author. I recommend the book; the author has kind of a quirky writing style that I enjoyed very much.
"You know nothing, Juan dela Cruz." - William McKinley during the benevolent assimilation proclamation.
So, did you know that every President since Richard Nixon has had an assassination attempt on his life? EVERYONE SINGLE ONE! What does that say about our nation? The WORST! Read more... "There have been four American presidents assassinated since Abraham Lincoln. That club of tragedy includes James A. Garfield (July 2, 1882), William McKinley (September 6, 1901), and John Fitzgerald Kennedy (November 22, 1963). There had been a span of sixty-two years where civility seemed to take hold of our nation with regards to its commander-in-chief. What we don’t appreciate is that there has been 15 attempted assassinations on sitting presidents, with the most unnerving fact about this being every president since Richard M. Nixon, has been targeted for assassination. That’s right! Every single president elected to office since President Nixon has been the target of an assassination attempt. To kill the leader of a nation is to attack the heart and soul of it and its people, but how does one combat this “menac ...
TRIVIA From 1840 to 1960, every president who was elected in a year ending in ZERO died in office. Presidents elected in 1840, 1860, 1880, 1900, 1290, 1940 and 1960 all died in office. Some attribute this to a curse laid by the Shawnee chief, Tecumseh, in revenge for a military defeat in 1811 by future president, William Henry Harrison. Harrison was elected in 1840 and died in office of natural causes. Other presidents elected in years ending in zero that died in office are; Abraham Lincoln (elected 1860 and shot), James A. Garfield (elected 1880 and shot), William McKinley (elected 1900 and shot), Warren G. Harding (elected 1920 and died of natural causes), Franklin D. Roosevelt (elected 1940 and died of natural causes), and John F. Kennedy (elected in 1960 and shot).
Davis Cottages – here at the site of the Foster’s Hardware Building stood the cottages of “Granny” Davis, who begrudgingly hosted future presidents Hayes and McKinley during Union occupation of the county seat..Grandma Davis, who was born in 1820. According to Beckley USA, during the winter of 1862 Rutherford B. Hayes and William McKinley (both later Presidents of the U. S.) were stationed in Beckley. wem
Part 7: First Inaugural Address of William McKinley, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1897 “It has been the uniform practice of each President to avoid, as far as possible, the convening of Congress in extraordinary session. It is an example which, under ordinary circumstances and in the absence of a public necessity, is to be commended. But a failure to convene the representatives of the people in Congress in extra session when it involves neglect of a public duty places the responsibility of such neglect upon the Executive himself. The condition of the public Treasury, as has been indicated, demands the immediate consideration of Congress. It alone has the power to provide revenues for the Government. Not to convene it under such circumstances I can view in no other sense than the neglect of a plain duty. I do not sympathize with the sentiment that Congress in session is dangerous to our general business interests. Its members are the agents of the people, and their presence at the seat of Government in the execut ...
Part 1: Second Inaugural Address of William McKinley, MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1901 “My Fellow-Citizens: When we assembled here on the 4th of March, 1897, there was great anxiety with regard to our currency and credit. None exists now. Then our Treasury receipts were inadequate to meet the current obligations of the Government. Now they are sufficient for all public needs, and we have a surplus instead of a deficit. Then I felt constrained to convene the Congress in extraordinary session to devise revenues to pay the ordinary expenses of the Government. Now I have the satisfaction to announce that the Congress just closed has reduced taxation in the sum of $41,000,000. Then there was deep solicitude because of the long depression in our manufacturing, mining, agricultural, and mercantile industries and the consequent distress of our laboring population. Now every avenue of production is crowded with activity, labor is well employed, and American products find good markets at home and abroad. Our diversified pr ...
June 3 Thought for Today – “Senders and Messengers” “A servant is not greater than the master. Nor are messengers more important than the one who sends them. You know these things – now do them. That is the path of blessing!” John 13:16-17 The Spanish-American War was a brief war between Spain and the United States in 1898. A U.S. victory resulted in the U.S. taking control of Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines, while Cuba was permitted to be an independent nation. During that war, President William McKinley saw value in establishing contact with the Cuban rebels who could prove a valuable ally in case of war with Spain. McKinley asked Colonel Arthur L. Wagner to suggest an officer to make contact with the Cuban rebels led by General Calixto Garcia. Wagner suggested Captain Andrew Summers Rowan, who then traveled to Cuba via Jamaica. Rowan met Garcia in the Oriente Mountains and established a rapport. Rowan garnered information from Garcia who was eager to cooperate with the Americans in f ...
It is Tuesday, June 3, 2014. There remains 211 days in this year! In 1539, De Soto claims Florida for Spain. In 1808, Jefferson Davis- future President of the Confederacy is born. In 1844, Garrett Hobart, first vice-president under McKinley is born. Hobart was one of the most beloved vice presidents. He was a good leader and well liked. Elected with McKinley in 1896, he died of heart problems in 1899. It is said William McKinley cried for days. Pres. McKinley selected New York Gov. Theodore Roosevelt to be on the ticket in 1900. Should Hobart have lived, we may have never heard of Teddy!
After recounting and extra votes that came in and talking with the coaches this is the Longhorns All Star team for 2014. The whole team did a awesome job this year and next season work hard to make it.Thanks for all that you did for the team Andrew Ray Oliver London William McKinley Jamond Loftis Donny Joyner Aaron Wiseman Ronnie kemp If top people can go then Backup: will burks Backup: Kenyada timmons Game June 21 Jersey $48 if you can't make it let me know
Today in New Jersey history: 6/3/1844: Garret “Gus” Hobart was born in Long Branch. He was William McKinley"s VP and died in office in 1899
I'm looking for some President selfies on green paper. Benjamin's. William McKinley's. Grover Cleveland's and if possible, James Madison's.
Great Condition on this 7/8", 1896 William McKinley Presidential Campaign Pin-Back Button. Listed in Hake's Encyclopedia of Political Buttons...
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April 23, 1857: Andrew Rowan & the Message to Garcia Monroe County native Andrew Rowan is considered one of the great heroes of the Spanish- American War. However, his daring feat occurred before the ever began. The United States intervened in a Civil War which had been brewing between Cuba and Spain for more than two years. The U.S. wanted to expand its power around the world by ousting the Spanish from their colonies. President William McKinley needed to inform Cuban insurgents, led by General Calixto Garcia, of his decision to enter the war on the side of the rebels. The Army selected West Point graduate Lt. Andrew Rowan to carry out the treacherous assignment. Rowan's expedition took him first to Jamaica. After some delay, he booked passage to Cuba, where he was met by rebel soldiers. Rowan couldn't speak Spanish very well nor the soldiers English. But he was able to tell them that he wanted to see Garcia. The soldiers led Rowan through Cuba's rough interior before catching up with Garcia at the city ...
MONDAY MADNESS: Did You Know??? At least 2 American Presidents have died from medical malpractice! George Washington was "bled" to death after catching a cold and William McKinley died from infection caused by repeated attempts by his doctors to remove a bullet from his body!!!
Arlington at 150, part IX Many years earlier, the Prussian Chancellor Otto von Bismarck had said "If a general war begins, it will be because of some *** fool thing in the Balkans". It was June 28, 1914 in Sarajevo, when a tubercular 19 year old leveled his revolver and murdered the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie. What followed should have been at worst a regional conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia, as they settled issues going well beyond the scope of this essay. Instead, mutually entangling national alliances were invoked, as mobilization timetables moved vast armies according to predetermined schedules. The coming cataclysm could have been averted as late as the last day of July. By the first of August, mutual distrust had gone past the point of no return. By the time it was over in 1918, 37 million had been killed, maimed, or simply vanished. The United States entered the conflict in 1917, suffering casualties of its own numbering 320,51 ...
Great us presidents in freemasonery. Barack Obama is a 32nd Degree Freemason. Other Presidents who where also Freemasons - George Washington James Monroe Andrew Jackson James Polk James Buchanan Andrew Johnson James Garfield William McKinley Theodore Roosevelt Howard Taft Warren Harding Franklin Roosevelt Harry Truman Gerald Ford They where all known Freemasons. As for others - Abraham Lincoln did apply to become a Freemason, but withdrew. Lyndon Johnson recieved his first degree of Freemasonry then left before receiving his second degree, making him void. Ronald Reagan, he was not a Freemason but it is speculated that he was because of his involvement within the Imperial Council Of The Shrine. George Bush was speculated too be a Freemason, because George Bush took his Oath on the George Washington Bible, which belonged to St Johns Lodge in New York City (A Freemason lodge).
Denali. My cousin Andy Audap drove me up past Talkeetna on a fairly clear day to see the tallest mountain (20,200+ feet above MSL) in North America, known for centuries by the Koyukon Athabaskan people as Denali, or "the great one". The Russians later called it Bolshaya Gora, or "great mountain". When William McKinley was running for president, a gold prospector renamed the peak Mount McKinley, and the new name became "official" in 1917. Repeated petitions from the Alaskan government to change the official name back to Denali have been blocked by an Ohio congressman from McKinley's home town of Dayton.
"In the time of the darkest defeat, victory may be the nearest." . -William McKinley
In 1843 Jan.29,the 25th president of the United States of America,William McKinley was born in Nile,Ohio...
1⃣7⃣ Teddy Roosevelt became the youngest president at 42, when William McKinley was assassinated 😵
Today, a piece of political history, not to mention a piece of Ohio art pottery. This tile, depicting President William McKinley (or more accurately Not-Yet President William McKinley, at the time) was made by the Encaustic Tile Company of Zanesville, Ohio in 1896, in support of Ohio's native son. It is three inches square, in a very glossy blue glaze with lots of factory crazing. On the back is a summary of McKinley's career to that point, from his Civil War service to his nomination for the 1896 presidential election, which he would go on to win. Also on the back: "Compliments of F.R. Saiter, Marion Roofing Works, Marion, O." The Encaustic Tile Company was a maker of this sort of ware, prior to going bust in 1935.
US President William McKinley (1843–1901) was the first reported case of traumatic gunshot pancreatitis.
Good-bye, good bye, all. It's God's way. His will, not ours, be done. Nearer my God to Thee, nearer to Thee - President William McKinley
series on the Civil War Presidents concludes with William McKinley (Part 2-McKinley the President)
just some useless info .. President William McKinley, was bought and paid for in 1896 by JP Morgan, Andrew...
William McKinley peters park pull up fool!
Getting ready for our Staff Breakfast/Alyssa wedding shower!💑 @ William McKinley Elementary School
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More William McKinley pics: 9. A depiction of his assassination that ran in newspapers.
More William McKinley pics: 8. McKinley at the Buffalo Expo, where he was assassinated.
More William McKinley pics: 7. They say the Wizard (of Oz) was based on McKinley. I see the resemblance.
More William McKinley pics: 5. McKinley's inauguration in 1896. Grover Cleveland looks on.
More William McKinley pics: 4. McKinley and his cabinet
More William McKinley pics: 3. McKinley and his second VP, a young Theodore Roosevelt
Here's William McKinley as a young soldier during the Civil War.
series on the Civil War Presidents continues with William McKinley (Part 1-McKinley the Solider)
FRIDAY'S FOOTNOTE... a weekly, spiritual e-thought This Sunday we celebrate the 118th year of Blanchester Church of Christ (Christian). The year 1896 was an exciting time for Ohio as our native son, William McKinley, was elected President. Also in our nation, University of Chicago athletic director Amos Alonzo Stagg held the first college basketball game and Charles King drove the first gas-powered automobile on the streets of Detroit. What is the key to a church's longevity? Is it hard work? Planning? Preaching? The key is found in the simple word 'faith'-- when the unseen Savior is seen in the lives of Christians. When believers demonstrate faith, unexplainable things happen, lives are changed and God is glorified. This Sunday, we celebrate the 118-year legacy of those whose faith has become sight. Lord, we pray that faith will be seen in our lives today.
PrezFact 25: William McKinley had the $500 bill, Jefferson had the $2 bill, and Daffy Duck had just the one.
Jail Photograph of Leon Czolgosz assassin of President William McKinley c.1901
William McKinley faked the moon landing
On Datu Ali's Trail (continued) The Final Showdown, Captain Frank McCoy and the 22nd Infantry In his 1989 biography of Major General Frank Ross McCoy, Diplomat in Khaki, Dr. Andrew Bacevich noted that his "extraordinarily diverse career spanned the nine administrations from William McKinley to Harry S. Truman." In October of 1905 McCoy, a West Point graduate, was a Captain, an aide to General Leonard Wood and within weeks of his 31st birthday. General Wood had returned to the U.S. three months earlier on emergency medical leave to have a life-threatening brain tumor removed and was in transit back to the Philippines. In a staff meeting, General James Buchanan, frustrated with answers and excuses he was receiving from Wood's surrogate, Captain George Langhorne, posed the question "isn't there any way to get behind Ali." McCoy, although a Wood loyalist and knowing the General had suspended operations and left specific verbal instructions that no action was to be taken against Ali until he resumed command, n ...
Holly Holiday has always been a free spirit. It's as if she is the very epitome of Christmas--- full of joy, cheer, gifts, parties and booze. Like the holiday, she is a person for all, but doesn't stay. Once she almost did though. When she was captured by the arms of William Schuester. It had been about a week only--- her longest, but that one week made her rethink her lifestyle. She longed for a permanent job, a permanent place, and a permanent home in Will's heart. She could've stayed forever and leave her old glamorous life behind. Almost. But she knew his heart was for another. So she left, and went back to all the adventure, with even more excitement; popping in a class randomly without being asked, getting arrested for it. She loved every minute of that insanity. But when she heard of the trouble at the Glee Club and entered once again through the doors of that room. In the crowd, she spotted him, still dashing and hot, smile at his adoptive kids. All the doubt came back to her as their gazes meet. ...
When someone tells you we live in a "post-industrial" age, you might want to check their facts. The dirty secret is that there are more than enough industrial jobs to go around – they're just being done with appallingly low efficiency in 3rd world sweatshops! The photo above is taken from a New York Times article about the drift of the production of manhole covers from the US to India. American manufacturers like the Neenah Foundry Company (formerly a primary producer of these manhole covers) are long gone or in and out of bankruptcy, semi-skilled (and sometimes skilled) industrial work – from the shop floor to the engineering department – proliferates in India, Mexico, China, El Salvador, and anywhere Wall Street and corporate America can oppress workers enough to satisfy their shareholders. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is essentially a reflection of China's ascendancy, and the desire of the west to shift sweatshops to Vietnam, Chile, Bangladesh and other countries that keep their workers in ...
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-- eyes leering at the blonde HBIC strutting down the hallways of William McKinley High School. Ever since his best boy, Finn --
then what did Malcom x and William McKinley teach us?
Best thing about 1901? That's when JANE AT THE FAIR takes place!
JANE AT THE FAIR brimming with and Calamity Jane, Geronimo, the Devil.
When Garrett found the one responsible, whoever it was, he would crush them. Slowly. Deliberately. He would savor the pain that he caused. Maybe that made him an evil monster. But he was the kind of evil monster that a good man like William McKinley deserved.
with well-researched plus elements of and 1901 Pan-American Exposition
Is Terrorism an Islamic Monopoly as the western Media portrays? By Sadat Muhmed.S (LLB, LLM, PhD) This article aims to explore the media stereotypes on Muslims. The false propaganda on Muslims has led to Muslim discrimination. It is evidential that most of the media is controlled by the western forces that have double coverage on Islamic facts; such double standard has been interpreted by those who have less knowledge on Islam. ...The worst campaign of the Muslim was evidential in the Oklahoma City bombing that was done by Joseph and Timothy and 9/11. The media showed a lot of conspiracy theories to Muslim acts. The article will define the definition of terrorism, the historical evidence that most of terrorism is commonly done by none Moslems, the causes of terrorism, the solutions and the Islamic stand on terrorism. Definition of Terrorism: The term terrorism changes according to geographical and historical grounds. If one refers to history this phrase has been used in different context. For example the ...
I wish I went to William McKinley High back in the 80s...
Information about the assassination of Presidents in USA.. Four sitting presidents have been killed: Abraham Lincoln (the 16th President), James A. Garfield (the 20th President), William McKinley (the 25th President) and John F. Kennedy (the 35th President). Two presidents were injured in attempted assassinations: Theodore Roosevelt (the 26th President) and Ronald Reagan (the 40th President)
“*ALL MUSLIMS ARE NOT TERRORIST BUT ALL TERRORISTS ARE MUSLIMS” **NONSENSE* This is a commonly used statements made by people around the world to profile the Muslim community as the producers,harbourers,and even sometimes masterminds of the people carrying out terrorist activities around the world, to start with let us define what does the term terrorism means, this is why most of the people don’t understand who are the real terrorist, because we don’t know what does the word terrorism mean and therefore it happens we also don’t know who are the real terrorists, terrorism means the deliberate killings of innocent people for political, religious or ideological goal. There are very many different unforgettable terrorists activities that were carried out by non-Muslim around the world, Let us analyse what the historical records and data tell us on terrorist activities, in the records you can hardly see at the 19th century any terrorist activities done by Muslims, I can’t mention every incident .. ...
William McKinley High Scool was a fictional school in the TV shows Glee, The Wonder Years and Freaks & Geeks and in the feature films Drillbit Taylor, Final Destination 3 and Accepted. Originality is rife in America.
Fun Fact of the Week: In October 1912, while he was running for a third term as president from his newly-created Progressive Party (popularly known as the Bull Moose Party), an attempt was made on Teddy Roosevelt's life at a campaign stop in Milwaukee. A man named John Schrank approached him as he was on his way to a stump speech and shot him at point-blank range in the chest with a revolver, later claiming the ghost of William McKinley had appeared to him in a dream and commanded him to do it. The assassination attempt likely would have succeeded were it not for the steel eyeglass case and 50-page speech in Roosevelt's coat pocket, which absorbed most of the bullet's force. Though he was urged to go to the hospital immediately, the wounded former president refused and insisted on speaking as scheduled. Holding up his manuscript of the speech (complete with bullet hole) before the assembled crowd, he declared "it takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose". Surgery to remove the bullet was eventually ...
"hey has anyone ever told you that you look like William McKinley?"
Hebrews 3:13 " But encourage one another day after day, as long as it is still called Today." The story is told about our 25th. President, William McKinley riding on a streetcar when a woman, who seemed ill got on. The President was sitting next to a congressman who hid behind his newspaper so he wouldn't have to give up his seat. The President stood, offered his seat and stood where the woman had been. Years later, when the same congressman's name came before the President recommended as an ambassador to a foreign nation, the President turned him down. He felt a man who didn't have the courtesy to offer his seat to a sick woman in a crowded streetcar would lack the courtesy and sensitivity to be an ambassador to a troubled nation. YOU CANNOT DO A KINDNESS TOO SOON, BECAUSE YOU NEVER KNOW HOW SOON IT WILL BE TOO LATE!
Someone compared Kejriwal with William Jennings Bryan. Whereas I see more similarities to William McKinley. have no limits.
"Unlike any other nation, here the people rule, and their will is the supreme law." William McKinley
leading us to help renovate and paint the William McKinley School. Thankful for this dear…
William McKinley and his wife, Ida. When he took office in 1897, he defied the protocol of the day,
Listen kids, in my day William McKinley High School kids were freaks and geeks, not Broadway singers. Now get off my lawn.
lists the 10 most underrated Presidents: 6. William McKinley (for prosperity and wise wartime leadership)
Wow! I just won this for free, US Stamp William McKinley 25 cent
you shoud bring william mckinley back to life or something lol or maybe bring the BIlls back to life , that might be easier
Prosperity, commerce, and civilization - William McKinley - 1896
Patriotism, protection, and prosperity - William McKinley - 1896
Anybody that says you can't buy an election, look deep into the election of William McKinley. And lets not kid ourselves by saying not today
April 26, 1898 Charles City’s Co. D of the National Guard was ordered to Des Moines by Pres. William McKinley to fight the war with Spain.
Prosperity at home. Prestige abroad. - William McKinley - 1900
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