William McKinley & James Garfield

William Mckinley (January 29, 1843 – September 14, 1901) was the 25th President of the United States, serving from March 4, 1897, until his death. James Abram Garfield (November 19, 1831 – September 19, 1881) served as the 20th President of the United States, after completing nine consecutive terms in the U.S. 5.0/5

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James Garfield. 20th President, Republican. William Mckinley. 25th President, Republican. Many people talk about...
The ghosts of James Garfield & William Mckinley would like a word with you two...
Great moment for Ohio (home of Ulysses Grant, James Garfield, William Mckinley and Warren G. Harding).
Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William Mckinley and John F Kennedy. Just putting it out there
You seem to have linked to James Garfield. This McKinley's page
Robert Lincoln witness the assassination of his father—Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, and William Mckinley.
fun fact: William H. Harrison, James Garfield, William Mckinley and Warren G. Harding all killed in office by dirt pudding
Much less do they know a Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, James Garfield, William Mckinley.
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.
I have been looking back at history, where I notice President Reagan was shot yet out of the list of Freemaons' who else...remember sorry Im an Australian. George Washington, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, James Polk, James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, James Garfield, William Mckinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William Taft, Warren Harding, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Lyndon Johnson, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan and George Bush were all Masonic Presidents of the U.S.A. When JFK was assassinated LB Johnson took over, then Andrew Johnson took over from Abraham Lincoln? I know Freemason's are normally good, however what I have found in Kings Cross a Lodge j which linked to the Grand Lodge No 2 in South Africia and the front in Sydney was just Freemason's.food for thought when we have Bush on the list.
Tring Tring - Numerology And Indian History - It is interesting to note that many of the unhappy incidents in Indian History have occurred in years whose sum of the digits adds up to be 4 or 9 . 1948 (4) - Assassination Of Mahatma Gandhi 1962 (9) - China War 1971 (9) - Bangladesh War 1975 (4) - Emergency Declared 1984 (4) - Operation Blue Star and the assassination of Mrs Indira Gandhi "2" The Unfortunate Number for European Kings - Charles II of France was poisoned Richard II of England was murdered Edward II of England was murdered Henry II of England was murdered Henery II of France was killed in a Tournament Geroge II of England died suspiciously "0" And the US Presidents - US presidents elected in the year ending with "0" either face assassination attempts or die in office . 1880 Thomas Jefferson 1820 James Monroe 1840 William Hennry Harrison 1860 Abraham Lincoln 1880 James Garfield 1900 William Mckinley 1910 Theodore Roosevelt (Assassination Attempt) 1920 Warren Harding 1940 Franklin Roosevelt 1960 ...
WHO KILLED JAMES A. GARFIELD? Most of the presidents from Ulysses S. Grant to William Mckinley were Civil War veterans and Republicans. The only exception being Grover Cleveland who didn't fight in the war and he was a Democrat. I won't hold that against him because in my mind he was what we would call a good conservative today and was also one of our most honest presidents in American history. He is the only president to serve two terms but not consecutively. James Garfield was born in Ohio on November 19, 1831 and died on September 19, 1881 after being shot by an assassin. He was raised by a widowed mother and came from humble origins. During the Civil War he fought bravely as an officer in the Union Army of the Cumberland and was a man of integrity. Once he was ordered to use his men to capture a runaway slave but he disobeyed orders, telling his commander that he wasn't in the slave hunting business. In the Fall of 1862 he learned that he had been elected to Congress from his district in Ohio but he . ...
ANSWERS TO OUR QUIZ! 1) a. Martin Van Buren, the eighth president. The previous presidents were born as British subjects. 2) c. You’d think it was Monroe but it was his secretary of state, John Quincy Adams. 3) d. Teddy Roosevelt was the youngest serving president, assuming the job at the age of 42 in 1901 when President William McKinley was assassinated. Kennedy, at 43, was the youngest to be elected, in 1960. 4) a. William Howard Taft, the 27th president, from 1909–1913, served as chief justice from 1921-1930. He was also dean of the University of Cincinnati Law School and U.S. secretary of war. 5) John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. 6) c. Eisenhower. 7) d. Lincoln was 56 when he died on April 15th, 1865. 8) b. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, on April 30, 1939, at the opening of the World’s Fair in New York. 9) Presidents who were assassinated: Abraham Lincoln (1865), James Garfield (1881), William Mckinley (1901), John F. Kennedy (1963). Presidents who survived assassination attempts: Andrew Jackson (183 ...
This is the kind of idiocy we need to get the *** away from. A quote from another page: "Five US Presidents who sought to abolish the private-owned Federal Reserve Bank were assassinated: 1) Andrew Jackson (Survived); 2) Abraham Lincoln; 3) James Garfield; 4) William Mckinley; 5) John Kennedy." Andrew Jackson had no objection to the idea of a National Bank, except that the manager Nicholas Biddle would not ease credit enough to support Jackson's land speculator friends. And in any case, it wasn't the Federal Reserve and it was not privately owned. It was a government-private partnership. During the Lincoln, Garfield and McKinley administrations there was no Federal Reserve and there was no National Bank at all. They had exactly the unregulated economy many people want to see, with the predictable panics and economic instability. Not only did Kennedy not oppose the Federal Reserve, but EO 10 on which this conspiracy theory is based actually gave MORE power to the Federal Reserve because its intention ...
I know it's been awhile, but here is my updated list with the current democrats that have committed murders with guns they don't believe everyone else should have. We don't need to bad guns, WE NEED TO BAN DEMOCRATS!!! Starting in 1860’s - Present the Democrat group KKK has murdered well over 3,000 people since its inception to present. Starting in 1960 – Present there have been 908,965 known homicides in the United States. Starting in 1973 – Present Roe V. Wade, a Democrat abortion ruling, killed 52 million innocent rights-less babies. In 1881 a left wing radical Democrat shot James Garfield, President of the United States, who later died from the wound. In 1865 a Democrat named John Wilkes Booth shot and killed Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States. In 1901 a Leftist anarchist shot and killed President William McKinley In 1963 a Communist (democrat) named Lee Harvey Oswald shot and Killed President Kennedy in Texas. In 1963 a democrat and Kennedy supporter, Jack Ruby, shot Lee Harvey Os ...
2. Assassinating the president wasn't a federal crime in 1963 Despite the assassinations of three U.S. presidents -- Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield and William Mckinley -- killing or attempting to harm a president wasn't a federal offense until 1965, two years after Kennedy's death. conspiracy ( 2 )
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SO to Presidents William Mckinley and James Garfield for getting assassinated but not getting any fame.
So apparently, someone (a Black man, I should add,) whose name isn't important enough for me to go find, opined at the Value Voters Summit today that the Affordable Care Act was the worst thing that had happened to America since slavery. I just thought I would compile a list, clearly non exhaustive (and as apolitical as can be) of things worse than the Affordable Care Act in the intervening years between the Emancipation Proclamation and now. 1.) The Battle of Gettysburg (1863) 2.) The assassination of Abraham Lincoln (1865) 3.) The assassination of James Garfield (1881) 4.) The Panic of 1893 5.) The Spanish American War (1898) 6.) The Galveston Hurricane (1900) 7.) The assassination of William Mckinley (1901) 8.) The San Francisco Earthquake (1906) 9.) World War I (1917) 10.) The Spanish Influenza (1918) 11.) The Great Depression (1929) 12.) Pearl Harbor (1941) 13.) The untimely death of Franklin Roosevelt (1945) 14.) Involvement in Vietnam (1950 - 1975) 15.) The Cuban Missile Crisis(1962) 15.) The a ...
The original Palmer, built by Potter Palmer, burned down in the Great Chicago Fire 13 days after it opened in 1871. Potter Palmer promptly rebuilt the Palmer House Hotel, designed by architect John M. Van Osdel. Completed in 1875, it featured luxurious decor, oversized rooms, and sumptuous meals. The floor of its barber shop was reputedly tiled with silver dollars. Constructed mainly of iron and brick, the hotel was widely advertised as, "The World's Only Fire Proof Hotel." Famous guests included, for example, James Garfield, Grover Cleveland, Ulysses S. Grant, William Jennings Bryan, William Mckinley, Mark Twain, L. Frank Baum, Oscar Wilde, Sarah Bernhardt and Eleonora Duse. ~
Profiles of America's Mass-Murderers Note: There has been a noted increase in the following trends: Suicides, Failed Mental Health Treatments, Political Leftism, Anarchy, Cultural-Marxism / Social Justice / Self-Entitlement, Eco-terrorism ideologies Muslim/Moslem Jihadist/Extremist ideologies The following list demonstrates that a growing trend regarding the socio-cultural and political beliefs held by "outburst", "single-event", or "spree" mass-murderers in the United States in the 19th through 21st centuries are strangely consistent. The List: The 1865 Abraham Lincoln assassin(John Wilkes Booth) was an anarchist, racist, and a separatist Confederate Democrat (chose suicide by police / police set fire and burned him alive in a barn). The 1881 James Garfield assassin(Charles Guiteau) was a disgruntled social political activist and changed his party affiliation to Democrat (he asked for the death penalty). The 1901 William Mckinley assassin(Leon Czolgosz) was an anarchist and a staunch political Marxist le ...
You would end up like Abraham Lincoln or James Garfield or William Mckinley or John F. Kennedy.
James Garfield, William Mckinley, Abraham Lincoln, John F Kennedy. they knew to much that's why they were assassinated
Robert Lincoln is the only man in U.S. history known to have witnessed the assassinations of three different presidents, his father, James Garfield, and William Mckinley. After he saw anarchist Leon Czolgosz shoot McKinley, he vowed he would never again appear in public with an incumbent president
Sarah Vowell examines the assassinations of Presidents Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, and William Mckinley. The author, a self-described history junkie, visits the landmarks, museums, and locales surrounding each of the presidential assassinations. Ms. Vowell's travels take her from Alaska to New...
THE JUPITER/ SATURN PRESIDENTIAL DEATH CYCLE Ever since the dawn of the U.S. presidency there has been a very interesting cycle happening that may have to do with both the planets and numerology. It seems that U.S. Presidents seem to enjoy an expiry date exactly twenty years after their election. This is the twenty-year cycle that culminates in a conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, which is believed by astrologers to be partly responsible for the assassination, or death while in office, of every U.S. President since William Harrison. It was first noted in an old edition of Ripley's Believe It or Not, published in 1934, which noted the weirdly coincidental 20-year pattern of presidential deaths between 1840 and 1920/ This is the sequence of events that the conspiracy theory is based on -- * William Harrison dies in 1860 of pneumonia * Abraham Lincoln dies in 1880 of an assassination * James Garfield dies in 1900 of an assassination * William Mckinley d dies from a assassination in 1920 * Warren Harding die ...
Not a bad day thru northern Ohio when I was able to visit the William Mckinley Memorial Museum & Birthplace in Niles, the James Garfield home in Mentor, and the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library and home in Fremont. Where to next? Tony Packo's in Toledo for dinner.
Here are some facts about Ohio:On March 1, 1803, Ohio became the 17th state of the Union. Ohio is also known as the Buckeye State. Ohio Fun Fact Alert!: The official state rock song "Hang On Sloopy". Ohio is the leading producer of nursery & greenhouse plants. Ohio has an area of 116,103 sq miles. It ranks 34th in state size. Ohio is the only state where its state flag is of a pennant design. Founded in 1788 by General Rufus Putnam, Marietta - named after the then Queen of France Marie Antoinette - was Ohio's first permanent settlement. Columbus is Ohio's state capital (even though Chillicothe was the 1st) & largest city. Did you know that half of the US population lives within a 500 mile radius of the city of Columbus? In 1899, the first full time automobile service station was opened here in Ohio. 7 US presidents were born in Ohio, being: Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, William Mckinley, William H. Taft, and Warren G. Harding.. The automobile self-starter was in ...
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 ...
Presidents assassinated, all by Gunfire; James Garfield, William Mckinley, Abraham Lincoln, John Kennedy. Attempted Assassinations of Presidents, all by gunfire; Andrew Jackson , Theodor Roosevelt-wounded, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Gerald Ford -twice, Ronald Reagan- wounded. Security provided for Our President and their family as well as all ex Presidents is essential. Robert Kennedy, on the verge of being Nominated for President was also assassinated, by gunfire!
As seen in the Republic By Larry Cox Special for The Republic | azcentral.com Wed Dec 12, 2012 11:25 AM Question: During the recent presidential election, I collected political buttons from both campaigns. I have decided that this might be an interesting hobby and have begun trying to track down memorabilia from previous races. I have two questions for you: What is your opinion of political items as a hobby, and is there a good price guide I can use? — Hank, Phoenix Answer: Collecting political memorabilia gets my vote as one of America’s most interesting hobbies. Although you have started your collection with pins, don’t overlook such items as textiles, jewelry, hats and clocks. Paper items include sheet music, posters, trade cards and even inaugural invitations and programs. The most desirable items are from significant campaigns, such as those of Franklin D. Roosevelt, William Mckinley, Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, James Garfield, Richard Nixon and Woodrow Wilson. Don’t overlook the losers ...
well lets see.. Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, John F Kennedy, William Mckinley but Theodore Roosevelt was a fighter
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Did You Know? Little Known Facts about US Presidential Elections Every US President since 1852 has been either a Republican or a Democrat. Incumbents have run in 31 of the 56 presidential elections in US history through 2012. The incumbents have won 20 times and lost 10 times. The Constitution did not originally contain presidential term limits. The 22nd Amendment, ratified in 1951, restricted presidents to a maximum of two terms. Four-time president Franklin D. Roosevelt (1932, 1936, 1940, 1944) was the only candidate to be elected more than twice. Presidential elections take place on Election Day- the Tuesday after the first Monday in November. However, the President does not take office until noon on January 20 of the following year. Eight US Presidents have died while in office. Four were assassinated (John F. Kennedy, William Mckinley, James Garfield, and Abraham Lincoln) and four died of natural causes (Franklin D. Roosevelt, Warren G. Harding, Zachary Taylor, and William Henry Harrison). In the 200 ...
Interesting fact...''Until Ronald Reagan (who was elected in 1980) all presidents who were elected in a year that ended in zero died or were assassinated while in office, these include Abraham Lincoln (1860), James Garfield (1880), William Mckinley (1900), Warren G. Harding (1920), Franklin Roosevelt (1940), and John F. Kennedy (1960).''
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