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William McKinley

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William McKinley was the 25th President of the United States and served from March 4, 1897 to September 14, 1901.
The 25th President of the United States was William McKinley from March 4, 1897 to September 14, 1901. His first Vice President was Garret Hobart from 1897-1899. Garret Hobart died while in office on November 21, 1899 and from 1899-1901 there was no Vice President. Theodore Roosevelt was the Vice...
He was against war at first, but changed his attitude after the sinking of the Maine.
According to Wikipedia, he was known as the Napoleon of Protection.
There were none. He was killed in office.
Because of the mysterious sinking of the USS Maine.
25th President William McKinley served in the American Civil War in 1861-1865
President William McKinley was attending the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, NY on 6 September 1901. At a reception shaking hands, he was shot by an anarchist, Leon Czolgosz. McKinley died on 14 September. Read more: [[When President William McKinley was killed#ixzz15yYGWgal|http://wiki...
He was not known to do any cooking.
The Spanish-American War occured during his  administration.
William McKinley was the US President during the Spanish American War.
McKinley was in office during the Spanish American War.
Once McKinley was assassinated, Teddy Roosevelt became President.
He liked to play cribbage and euchre with his wife, Ida. He was president of the YMCA in Canton, Ohio before he was President. One of his favorite plays was Rip Van Winkle.
"Remember the Maine" was the slogan associated with the Spanish-American War. I am not sure that McKinley used it. The slogan referred to the sinking of the US battleship Maine which exploded and sunk for uncertain reasons in the Havana harbor.
William McKinley was born on January 29, 1843.
They were all US presidents who were assassinated while in office.
Yes, in 1900, but was assassinated early into his second term.
He was Garrett A. Hobart (June 3, 1844 - November 21, 1899), a wealth corporate lawyer from New Jersey. He died in office so McKinley needed a new running mate in 1900 and Theodore Roosevelt was chosen. McKinley's first vice president was Garret Hobart.
William McKinley's daughter Ida died at four months old of SIDS. His daughter Katherine died of typhoid fever at the age of four.
No, he didn't. He was the 25th president, though.
Ida Saxton Mckinley was Willam Mckinley's Wife and first Lady!
William Mckinley joined the civil war when he was 22 years old! He could have gotten hurt but he would rather risk his life than others.
  I like ButterScotch.   Yesterday
Yes. He didn't wear body armor.
William McKinley declared war on Spain. In less than four months the US won! The US gained control of Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines. Cuba gained independence.
He was the first President to use the telephone.He was President during the Spanish-American War.
He was a good Commander in Chief. He let the military take care of the details.
McKinley and his wife had two daughters both of whom died as infants. Katherine "Katie" McKinley (1871-1875)- died of typhoid fever. Ida McKinley (1873-1873)    
He was able to induce the US Congress to legislate an act of war against Spain, in 1898. This became known as the Spanish-American War. Many believed the sinking of the Maine, just off the coast of Cuba, was a US act of scuttling a warship, as a pretext to legitimizing war against Spain. At any rate...
yes he did he had a dog
Leon F. Czolgosz (1873-1901), an unemployed mill worker and active anarchist from Detroit was the assassin.
Of course he was nice- you do not get far in politics if you are not nice. McKinley was noted for being especially open, friendly, even tempered with a dry wit.
to end the fighting between the Spanish government and the Cuban rebels.
William McKinley was 54 years old when he was elected as president of US.
  He was an intelligent man who was protective of his country and wanted his country to be better than all the rest.
Four US Presidents have been assassinated while inoffice : . Abraham Lincoln (1865) . James A. Garfield (1881) . William McKinley (1901) . John F. Kennedy (1963) There have been about two dozen actual attempts on many otherPresidents. Andrew Jackson was not hurt after a man pointed two...
They believed that we should take over other country's
7,035,638 was McKinley's share of the 1896 popular vote.
25th President of the United StatesIn office March 4, 1897 - September 14, 1901Vice PresidentGarret Hobart (1897-1899)None (1899-1901)Theodore Roosevelt (1901)Preceded byGrover ClevelandSucceeded byTheodore Roosevelt39th Governor of OhioIn office January 11, 1892 - January 13, 1896LieutenantAndrew...
William McKinley won the 1896 presidential election defeatingWilliam J. Bryan. In the 1896 presidential election WilliamMcKinley received 271 electoral votes and William Bryan received176 electoral votes. The popular vote totals were McKinley7,108,480 and Bryan 6,511,495. . Incumbent President...
William McKinley spent 4,000,000$ USD while his democratic opponent, William Jennings Bryan, spent 3,000,000$ USD. McKinley gave people money for speaking for him and speaking against Bryan. He just stayed on his front porch, and people came to him.
  Yes. He attended Allgheny College
He was part of the worldwide anarchy movement of his time that thought all government was evil and needed to be destroyed. He believed he was doing the world a favor by killing the president. He never showed any signs of remorse.
he is on there because he is the president and the president is awesome
Yes he did. While going into High School he contracted a disease that made him drop out.
McKinley's 1896 campaign slogan was "Patriotism, Protection and Prosperity." His 1900 campaign slogan was "A Full Dinner Pail."
William McKinley served as US President from March 4, 1897 until his death on September 14, 1901.
his wife had epilepsy and his two daughters died before reaching the age of 5.
Yes, he was just beginning his second term when he was killed. His death was greatly mourned.
25th President of the United States McKinley was number 25. He was the 25th US President.
He had no sons. He had two daughters who were names Katherine and Ida Mckinley. Ida was also the name of his wife
Well William McKinley really didn't do anything as president.
Canton, Ohio He was born there.
It was a .32 caliber Iver Johnson 5-shot revolver
On one hand, some people thought that the United States was out to  "conquer" other countries to prove its superiority over "inferior"  races. On the other hand, those (including President Mckinley  himself) who were for annexation believed that the Filipinos  weren't capable of self government...
His adult home was at 723 North Market Avenue in Canton, Ohio.
Yes. He had a distinguished record as a soldier in the Civil War.
No, McKinley did not visit Japan.
He was elected president by the people all over the US. He spent most of campaign on his porch in Canton, Ohio so you could say that was where he was elected - at least that is where HE was when he was elected.
The Cuban revolution, the blowing up of the US battleship Maine and the ensuing war with Spain happened while McKinley was president.
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Not close- Lincoln at 6-4 was the tallest.
Bill and Ida met at a picnic in Canton, Ohio, 1867 but they did not immediately begin dating. Ida was a cashier at a local bank, so she was easily accessible. They got married on January 25,1871.
The Philippines were a Spanish colony until the Spanish-American war. During the war Spain was defeated and the Spanish government in the Philippines fell to an insurrection. There was civil strife so the US sent in troops to restore order and set up a stable government. No doubt, the US also had an...
No. Both of his daughters died as infants. He has no descendants.
McKinley was shot at Buffalo, New York at the Pan AmericanExposition on September 6th, 1901 at 4:07pm. The bullet entered hisbody at a point between the navel and left nipple. It passedthrough the stomach, nicked the left kidney and lodged in thepancreas.
William McKinley was shot in the shoulder. A second bullet entered his abdomen .