Is jenifer garner related to john nance garner?
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What is the phone number of the John Nance Garner Museum in Uvalde Texas?
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Where is the John Nance Garner Museum in Uvalde Texas located?
When OR WHEN did the phrase not worth a bucket of warm spit originate?
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What was John Nance Garner's father's name?
US Vice President John Nance Garner III was born on November 22, 1868, in post-Civil War Texas. He grew up in a log cabin at Blossom Prairie in Red River County in Northeast Texas. His father, John Nance Garner II, came to Texas from Tennessee, served in the Confederate army, and settled after the war in Red River County. The elder Garner became a successful cotton farmer and local politician in his home county.
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Who was elected president and vice president in 1932?
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Why didn't Franklin D. Roosevelt keep John Nance Garner as his running mate?
Roosevelt needed the Garner delegates, the Texas and California delegates in his first nomination as the Democratis candate for President. A deal was made John Nance Garner lll, my Uncle released his delagates to Roosevelt, Roosevelt in turn supported him for the Vicepresidency, hoever Roosevelt was supposed to run two terms, then support John Nance Garner for President. Roosevelt of course did not keep that part of the bargin. Uncle John "picked up his marbles and went home," back to Uvalde. He never went back to Washington again, not even for a visit
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Who was John Nance Garner?
John Nance Garner (born November 22, 1868 in Detroit, Texas; died November 7, 1967 in Uvalde, Texas) served as the 32nd Vice-President of the United States between March 4, 1933 and January 20, 1941. Garner was also the 44th Speaker of the House of Representatives, a title he held from December 7, 1931 to March 4, 1933.
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Who were the presidential and vice presidential candidates in the presidential election of 1936?
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Who were the presidential and vice presidential candidates in the presidential election of 1932?
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Who was the Vice President in Franklin Delano Roosevelt's first term?
John Nance Garner was the Vice President in Franklin Delano Roosevelt's first term. John Nance Garner served as Roosevelt's Vice President for his first 2 terms, from 1933 March 4 until 1941 January 20. As he opposed Roosevelt's 3rd term, he was not asked to be the Vice President, and he was replaced by Henry A. Wallace.