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Rutherford B. Hayes

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Rutherford B. Hayes was the 19th President of the United States and served from March 4, 1877 to March 4, 1881.
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Rutherford B. Hayes (born October 4, 1822 in Delaware, Ohio; died Janaury 17, 1893 in Fremont, Ohio) was a Republican (earlier Whig) politician, who served as the the 29th and 32nd Governor of Ohio, and the 19th President of the United States. Hayes served as President of the United States for a si…
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In the American presidential election of 1877, Rutherford B. Hayes struck a deal with Southern Democrats that enabled him to achieve the presidency. In return for their electoral votes (which would give him the needed majority), Hayes agreed to remove Federal occupation-troops from South Carolina, F…
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Answer He was a lawyer, General in the civil war, member of the House of Representatives, Governor of Ohio, and 19th President of the US.
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Ernest Thompson Rutherford
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Hayes ,the 19th President, was elected in 1876 and served from March 4, 1877 to until March 4,1881. He served for only one term and did not try for re-election.
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John Adams, the 2nd president, had a college degree from Harvard.
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Rutherford B. Hayes served as the 19th President of the United States between March 4, 1877 and March 4, 1881. He was elected in 1876.
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It is called the Compromise of 1877. The compromise essentially stated that Southern Democrats would acknowledge Hayes as president, but only on the understanding that Republicans would meet certain demands. The following elements are generally said to be the points of the compromise: (1) The remo…
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Yes. Siam, a Siamese cat; Grim, a greyhound; Duke, an English mastiff; Hector, a Newfoundland; Dot, a terrier; canaries; cows; horses; goats; other dogs
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He was previously a representative, and later governor of Ohio.
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All four men spent significant tax dollars investigating the possibility of time travel. Coincidentally the administration of Rutherford B Hayes achieved the most significant results. In their attempts, they were able to successfully send a chimpanzee back in time, however, they failed in their atte…
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yes. He loved to hunt.
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President: Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822 - 1893) Term: March 4, 1877 - March 4, 1881 Background: Hayes was born in Delaware, Ohio to Rutherford Hayes who was a storekeeper from a Scottish descent, and Sophia Birchard. His father died ten weeks before his birth. He attended school at Harvard Law an…
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Yes, he had children, three of whom died in infancy. Children: Birchard Austin Hayes (1853-1926); James Webb Cook Hayes (1856-1934); Rutherford Platt Hayes (1858-1927); Joseph Thompson Hayes (1861-63); George Crook Hayes (1864-66); Fanny Hayes (1867-1950); Scott Russell Hayes (1871-1923); Manning Fo…
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being a soldier, shooting, and driving
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his interests were Croquet, Driving, Shooting
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Highlights of the Hayes administration End of Resconstruction. (1877) Federal troops were withdrawn from the South. Bland-Allison Act (1878) passed over veto by Hayes - required the government to buy $2-4 million of silver each money for coinage Resumption of Specie Act-(1879) government was requ…
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Yes. He got a degree at Kenyon College, and he also graduated from Harvard Law School. Kenyon College was in Gambier, Ohio. Hayes received a BA degree there. He was admitted to the Ohio Bar and began to practice law.
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By the election of 1876, it was a common belief among Northerners that Reconstruction had failed. The economic depression (beginning in 1873) and vast mistrust of the scandal-ridden Grant administration convinced Northerners that Reconstruction was over and it was time to move on. Only South Carolin…
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Hayes married Lucy Ware Webb in 1852.
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He went to a one-room school in Delaware, Ohio. His teacher was Daniel Granger.
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Hayes learned the fundamentals from one Daniel Granger at Delaware, Ohio. At 14 he went to the Norwalk (Oho) Academy. He then went far away for college prep work from Issac Webb in Middletown, Connecticut. At 16, he entered Kenyon College in Gambier , Ohio and graduated as valedictorian in 1842. He …
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Nicknames: Rutherford's nickname was "Dark-Horse Presidentdark horse president
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From what I can tell he was against it and fought in the civil and was on the union side. In 1876 he made an agreement that if certain southern states voted for him he would pull the union army out of those southern states. Melvin R Dees
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Hayes' term ended when his one term expired. He chose not to run for a second term.
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Well, he was, from the party's foundation in 1854 until his own death in 1893. Previously he had been a Whig, and briefly in the 1850s a Free-Soiler. Whether he is now a Repubblican (ie whether a dead body can be regarded as belonging to a political party) is an open question.
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Hayes won the election of 1876.
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Rutherford B. Hayes was chosen by a special electoral commission since initially neither candidate had the requisite 185 electoral votes. Although he lost the popular vote to Democrat Samuel J. Tilden, he won the electoral vote when he was give twenty disputed electoral votes by the House. In the en…
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The election of Rutherford B. Hayes was the most contentious presidential election in US history. He was actually chosen by the US House of Representatives rather than by popular vote. No candidate received the required number of electoral votes.
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Rutherford B. Hayes is buried in what is now a State Park named Spiegel Grove. It's in Freemont, Ohio. President Hayes was originally interred at Riverwood Cemetery, but was "relocated" later on. A link is provided below.
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One of the people who discovered DNA
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No. Hayes had no known African ancestry.
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James Abram Garfield was the US President after Rutherford B. Hayes.James A. Garfield was the 20th President of the United States in 1881 from March 4 to September 19, when he died from assassination.
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Rutherford B. Hayes, 19th US President, served as City Solicitor of Cincinnati, Ohio; was a US Congressman and Governor of Ohio. He was also a Major General in the Civil War
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Parents of Rutherford B. Hayes Father: Rutherford Hayes ( born 4 Jan 17871787-1-4 at Brattleboro, VT; died 20 Jul 1822 at Delaware, OH , eleven weeks before the birth of Rutherford B. Mother: Sophia Birchard Hayes (born: 15 Apr 1792 at Wilmington, VT; died: 30 Oct 1866 at Columbus, OH)
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Hayes died at his home on his Spiegel Grove estate in Fremont. Ohio on November 18,1886.
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she banned alcohol beverages from the white house
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He had eight children
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That is so wrong!Is there anything funny about you? Written By: Clemsongirlie
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The Disputed Election of 1876. The only president elected by congressional Comission.
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Rutherford B. Hayes was born in Delaware, Ohio on October 4,1822.
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He had eight children
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Ending reconstruction, first president to use a telephone, and winning the 1876 election despite being slaughtered in the popular vote by Samuel Tilden. He is one of the least remembered presidents along with Arthur.
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He was 70 years old. Died of a heart attack.
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his favorite food is eggroll
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The Great Railroad Strike was a major problem.
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known most for passing the 15th amendment to the U.S. Constitution which protected African Americans rights to vote.
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Rutherford Hayes was from Ohio and served as its Governor as well as representing a Ohio district in Congress. He spent his whole life in Ohio and is buried there at his home, Spiegel Grove, in Fremont, Ohio, which is open to the public.
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Rutherford B. Hayes was nicknamed "His Fraudulency" and "Rutherfraud" B. Hayes due to the highly contested -- and some think stolen -- presidential election of 1876. Hayes, a Republican, ran against Samuel J. Tilden, the Democratic candidate. Tilden received more popular votes than Hayes, but the b…
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December 1865. Born in Ohio in 1822, Hayes was educated at Kenyon College and Harvard Law School. After five years of law practice in Lower Sandusky, he moved to Cincinnati, where he flourished as a young Whig lawyer. He fought in the Civil War, was wounded in action, and rose to the rank of bre…
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Prior to becoming president of the United States, Rutherford B. Hayes was the Governor of Ohio. Hayes took office as president on March 4, 1877.
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His father died before RutherfordII was born.
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Rutherford B. Hayes was born on October 4, 1822 in the Hayes family home on Williams Street in Delaware , Ohio. His parents were Rutherford Hayes and Sophia Birchard Hayes.
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Rutherford B. Hayes married Lucy Ware Webb, and they had 8 children. Of them, 5 lived into adulthood, while 3 died as babies. Here's the list: Birchard Austin Hayes (Nov. 4,1853- Jan. 24, 1926)(James) Webb Cook Hayes (March 20, 1856 - July 26, 1934Rutherford Platt Hayes (Jun. 24, 1858- Jul. 31,1927…
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Was Inaugurated with Ulysses Grant by his side.
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Rutherford's father died a few months after he was born and when Rutherford got married to Lucy Ware Webb,they had 8 children.did you also know that rutherford kept a diary from age twelve to when he died which is a age seventy when he died of a hard attack.
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The state of Ohio
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His father died before he was born so he was raised by his mother with the support of his uncle, her brother. He was almost unnaturally close to his older sister, Fanny. He did well in school and was popular with boys and girls alike.
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Rutheford B. Hayes grew up in Fremont, Ohio
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Lucy webb hayes
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William A Wheeler was vice president.
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Rutherford is famous for having a telephone installed in the White House, also a typewriter.He also was the first President to travel the West while still in office.He won his election by a congressional commission.He was the only President to get wounded in the Civil War- four timesHe began the "Ea…
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George Crook
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He was a Republican when he was elected President. As a young man , before the formation of the Republican party, Hayes was a member of the Whig party
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Rutherford B. Hayes died on at 11 pm on January 17, 1893 at the age of 70.
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Yes, indeed he did. I have in my collection what i believe to be a commemorative coin in his honor. On the face it shows a picture of him and says "19th president, U.S.A. Rutherford B Haynes 1877 1881. On the opposite side, or what I would perceive to be the back it says "He serves his party best…
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He did an ok job when he went to school he was very smart
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All three men were credited with not only writing and composing various Broadway musicals, but also occassionally starring in their very own Broadway productions during their presidential terms in office.
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Iam actualy looking for the same answer...uh...maybe:Smart...he did graduate at the top of his class at Kenyon College. And don't forget, he went to HARVARD law school...Sorry, can't give you anymore
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Patches. Obviously.
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Hayes had one sister: Frances Arabella "Fanny" Hayes Platt Jan 20,1820, Jul 16, 1856. ) that he was very close to. He also had a little brother, Lorenzo who died at age 3 when Rutherford was two and a brother and sister who died before he was born.
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His mother Sophia and his uncle Sardis Birchard (whom raised him because his father died before he was born) called him Ruddy while growing up.
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James Webb Cook Hayes - March 20, 1856 unsure concerning the rest
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Sophia Birchard Hayes (April 15, 1792- Oct. 30, 1866) was the mother of Rutherford Hayes. She was born in Wilmington, Vermont.
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Rutherford Birchard Hayes was the 19th President of the United States from March 4 1877 to March 4 1881 and was twice the Governor of Ohio 1868-1872 and 1876-1877. Rutherford B Hayes face is on the million dollar bill which is a colector bill.
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Rutherford B. Hayes was the 19th President of the United States for 4 years from March 4, 1877 to March 4, 1881
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yes Rutherford b. has was married to Lucy webb
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Rutherford B. Hayes was a lawyer prior to becoming the 19th U.S. President. He served a term in the US Congress and was governor of Ohio.
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to acquire a character distinguished for energy and firmness
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He serves his party best who serves his country best. - Tony Stark
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Rutherford B. Hayes was 55 years old when he became president.
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