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What did he do to taxes?
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Theodore Roosevelt Jr. was born on October 27, 1858, in New York City, to Theodore "Thee" Roosevelt
Sr., of Dutch heritage, and Martha "Mittie" Bulloch, a Southern belle rumored to have been a prototype
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Does the Electoral College Preserve Democracy?
Every four years there is a presidential election in the United States (U.S.) to elect the
new president or to keep the current president in office
Franklin D. Roosevelt re-elected
Start of the Cold War
Yalta Conference, The Big 3
(Soviet Union, England, America)
Death of FDR, Truman takes over
August 6 Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima
August 9 Atomic bomb dropped
It was a time where there were unjust taxes, British soldiers taking over the cities and
Patriots were tired of the unjust treatment. On night there was an attack on a British sentry, other
soldiers came to assist and protect their fellow so
The way the tenant houses were working in the early 1800s was not how
they were originally supposed to be. These people were very sketchy, dirty, and
didnt take care of the apartments. Owners had to charge a very pricy renting
price because th
Van Buren devoted his Inaugural Address to a discourse upon the American experiment as an example to
the rest of the world. The country was prosperous, but less than three months later the panic of 1837
punctured the prosperity.
Basically, the trouble was
According to todays standards some of the characteristics of a president should be
trustworthiness, honesty, being reliable, respectful, tolerance of others, dealing peacefully with
others, responsible, perseverance, accountability, being op
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1. Land Bridge: a connection between two landmasses, especially a
prehistoric one that allowed humans and animals to colonize new
territory before being cut off by the sea, as across the Bering Strait and
the English Channel
2. MIssissipians: The Mississi
John Tyler - 04/04/1841: After the death of President William Henry Harriso
After the death of President William Henry Harrison, Vice President John Tyler assumes the presidency.
He is the first ever to do so, setting the precedent for presidential succes
In the presidential election of 1808, Madison defeated Federalist candidate Charles Cotesworth Pinckney
(1745-1825) to become the nations fourth chief executive. Madison continued to face problems from
overseas, as Britain and France had continued their a
In both the election of 1789 and 1792 Washington received all votes
from the Electoral College. During the first election, Washington
won the electors of all ten eligible state
Nominated for President on the eighth ballot at the 1888 Republican Convention, Benjamin Harrison
conducted one of the first "front-porch" campaigns, delivering short speeches to delegations that visited
him in Indianapolis. As he was only 5
Born in Westmoreland County, Virginia, in 1758, Monroe attended the College of William and Mary,
fought with distinction in the Continental Army, and practiced law in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
As a youthful politician, he joined the anti-Fed
John Quincy Adams Timeline: Presidential Timeline of Important Events
His inauguration as 6th President of the United States
His surprise election, and the defeat of Andrew Jackson, led to accusations of a "corrupt
bargain" between John Quincy A
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1880
The 1880 presidential convention found Garfield campaigning for his longtime friend and fellow
Republican John Sherman (1823-1900). Because of the partys split between the Stalwarts and the HalfBreeds, it took 3
The election of Thomas Jefferson in 1800 was a landmark of world history, the first peacetime
transfer of power from one party to another in a modern republic. Delivering his inaugural
address on March 4, 1801, Jefferson spoke to the fundame
Ulysses S. Grant Facts
April 27, 1822. Point Pleasant, Ohio
July 23, 1885. Wilton, New York
Colonel, 21st Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment
Highest Rank Achieved
Lieutenant General in command of all Union Armies
18th President of