William McKinley & Herbert Hoover

William Mckinley (January 29, 1843 – September 14, 1901) was the 25th President of the United States, serving from March 4, 1897, until his death. Herbert Clark Hoover (August 10, 1874 – October 20, 1964) was the 31st President of the United States (1929–33). 5.0/5

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George W Bush was a tyrant. George HW Bush was a tyrant. Ronald Reagan was a tyrant Gerald Ford was a tyrant. Richard Nixon was a tyrant. Eisenhower was a tyrant Herbert Hoover was a tyrant. Warren G. Harding was a tyrant. William Mckinley was a tyrant. Abraham Lincoln was a tyrant. Calvin Coolidge was a tyrant. William H. Taft was a tyrant. Grant was a tyrant. Benjamin Harrison was a tyrant. Garfield was a tyrant. Chester Arthur was a tyrant. Jon Falk See??? You're gut was wrong about anarchists.
On Presidents Day, why do we always see ads that feature George Washington or Abraham Lincoln, singing the blues for a car dealer or selling mattresses? Why not Herbert Hoover, William Mckinley or "Silent" Calvin Coolidge? Or at least Teddy Roosevelt or Ulysses S. Grant whose faces may be more familiar? Not to mention any president since Truman.
Today is President's Day! Who said it? "The more profoundly we study this wonderful Book (Bible), and the more closely we observe its divine precepts, the better citizens we will become and the higher will be the destiny of our nations." A. William Mckinley (25th President) B. Millard Fillmore (13th President) C. Woodrow Wilson (28th President) D. Martin Van Buren (8th President) E. Herbert Hoover (31st President)
March 4, a day with its unbeatable importance in the US and the world economy !! Today was the day, when 6 of the U.S. Presidents (YES, SIX! ) were inaugurated as president in different times of the past. Starting with Thomas Jefferson, who became the 1st president to be inaugurated in Washington DC in 1801. Andrew Jackson was inaugurated as 7th president in 1829 and Ulysses Grant as 18th president in 1869. In 1901, President William McKinley was inaugurated for 2nd term as president on this very day. Later, Woodrow Wilson was inaugurated as 28th president in 1913 and Herbert Hoover as 31st president in 1929.
Who is your favorite President? Here are some fun facts to dazzle your friends and family at dinnertime, or around the watercooler today. More Presidential Fun Facts: • The shortest President was James Madison at five feet two inches. • The tallest President was Abraham Lincoln at six feet four inches. • The youngest President elected to office was John F. Kennedy at 43 years old. However, Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest President to hold office when at the age of 42 he was sworn in after McKinley’s death. • The oldest President was Ronald Reagan who began his first term at age 69. • Franklin D. Roosevelt is the only President to serve more than two terms. • William Henry Harrison served as President for the shortest amount of time – 31 days. He died of pneumonia a month after his inauguration. • Thomas Jefferson was fluent in English, Latin, Greek, French, Spanish, and Italian. He also learned to speak several Native American dialects. • Herbert Hoover and his wife learne ...
Happy President's Day, Abby! And to a lesser extent, happy birthday. You're turning Herbert Hoover today, but you still don't look a day over William Mckinley.
Inaugural Trivia Firsts and facts about presidential inaugurations by Christine Frantz and Beth Rowen _ NOTABLE INAUGURAL EVENTS George Washington's was the shortest inaugural address at 135 words. (1793) Thomas Jefferson was the only president to walk to and from his inaugural. He was also the first to be inaugurated at the Capitol. (1801) The first inaugural ball was held for James Madison. (1809) John Quincy Adams was the first president sworn in wearing long trousers. (1825) Franklin Pierce was the first president to affirm rather than swear the oath of office (1853). Herbert Hoover followed suit in 1929. William H. Harrison's was the longest inaugural address at 8,445 words.(1841) The first inauguration to be photographed was James Buchanan's.(1857) Abraham Lincoln was the first to include African-Americans in his parade. (1865) James Garfield's mother was the first to attend her son's inauguration. (1881) William Mckinley's inauguration was the first ceremony to be recorded by a motion picture camer ...
Best Answer . 12 Presidents have served only a single complete elected term - John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Martin Van Buren, James K Polk, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan, Rutherford B Hayes, Benjamin Harrison, William Howard Taft, Herbert Hoover, Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush. Four Presidents - Theodore Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, Harry S Truman and Lyndon B Johnson - have succeeded to the Presidency through death, and then gone on to serve a single elected term of their own. Three presidents served only one full term but were elected to second terms which they could not complete . - Abraham Lincoln and William Mckinley served only a few weeks or months of their second terms before being assassinated, and Richard M Nixon, resigned 19 months into his second term. Five Presidents - William H Harrison, Zachary Taylor, James A. Garfield, Warren G Harding, and John F. Kennedy - died during their first terms and so had no opportunity to seek a second. Five Presidents - John Tyler, Millard Fillmore, Andre ...
Today's tidbit of trivia: On this day in history - the following were elected President: Abraham Lincoln (1860), Benjamin Harrison (1888), William Mckinley (1900), Herbert Hoover (1928)
Interesting fact: In the United States, the date of Election Day for general elections was established by law in 1845 to be the Tuesday after the first Monday in November, which means Election Day always falls between November 2 and November 8. Since 1845, (i.e., from the election of 1848 through the election of 2008), Election Day has fallen on November 6 on six different occasions, and in each of those years the winner of the presidential election was a Republican candidate: 1860: Abraham Lincoln 1888: Benjamin Harrison 1900: William Mckinley 1928: Herbert Hoover 1956: Dwight Eisenhower 1984: Ronald Reagan The 2012 election is also being contested on November 6. Whether the unbroken pattern of Republican presidential victories on that date will remain intact remains to be seen.
The six presidents - so far - who were elected on November 6. Abe Lincoln, Grover Cleveland, William Mckinley, Herbert Hoover, Dwight Eisenhower, and Ronald Reagan.
Over the past 152 years, only six presidential elections have taken place on November 6th. In 1860, Abe Lincoln defeated Stephen A. Douglas; in 1888, Benjamin Harrison defeated the incumbent, Grover Cleveland; in 1900, William Mckinley defeated William Jennings Bryan; in 1928, Herbert Hoover defeated Al Smith; in 1956, Dwight Eisenhower defeated Adlai Stevenson; and in 1984, Ronald Reagan creamed Walter Mondale. In other words, six elections have taken place on that date and in each case, the Republican won; three times by overwhelming margins.
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