• United State States Bryan Mckinley
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    Thaddeus Stevens- The U. S. Represent ive from Pennsylvania who was the creator of the 14 th amendment was a big figure in the young United States. He was born in 1792. His schooling was very impressive and he became known for his background in law. Mr. Stevens practiced law in Gettysburg and Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He was a very hard and definite person when it came to justice and he even helped defeat a bill abolishing the state's public school system and was a proponent of a protective tari...
  • United States War Spanish Mckinley
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    WAR IMMINENT: Spain and America to Fight After a recent publication in our sister publication, the New York Journal, a letter from the Spanish Minister de Lome to President McKinley, tensions rose to a point of combustion. Citizens all over the United States have complained about the insulting message contained within the letter from the Minister. This letter ridiculed McKinley, and lead to the eventual resignation of this Spanish Minister de Lome. Another catalyst that added to growing American...
  • William Mckinley Eight Died Child
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    William McKinley William McKinley (1843 - 1901) was the twenty-fifth president of the United States of America. His Administration was considered one of the great powers of the world. It was the beginning of vast changes in ways of living and attitudes in America. McKinley's parents were William and Nancy Allison McKinley. He had eight brothers and sisters of which he was the seventh child. Both parents were of Scots-Irish decent. He was born in 1843 in Niles, Ohio then at the age of nine, he m...
  • William Mckinley Running Mate
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    William McKinley 25 th President of the United States. William McKinley was born on January 29, 1843 in Niles, Ohio, a town of about 300 people. He was the 7 th child born to William and Nancy Alison McKinley His family moved to Poland, Ohio when he was nine years old so that the children could go to a private school called the Poland Academy. In school William liked to read, debate, and he was the president of the school's first debate club. When he was 16 he went to Allegheny College in Meadvi...
  • Election Of 1900 United States
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    Election of 1900 The presidential election of 1900 was between candidates William McKinley, William Bryan, John Wooley, Eugene Debs. Although the race only really consisted of McKinley and Bryan it was still a close race by far. McKinley was born in Niles, Ohio, on January 29, 1843, the seventh child of William and Nancy Allison McKinley. Young McKinley grew up a serious boy, possessed of a quiet determination to succeed. He attended school in Poland, Ohio, and then went to Allegheny College in ...
  • Imperialism Anti Imperialist
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    At the turn of the century, America and the views of its people were changing. Many different ideas were surfacing about issues that affected the country as a whole. The Republican Party, led by William McKinley, were concentrating on the expansion of the United States and looking to excel in power and commerce. The Democratic Party at this time was led by William Jennings Bryan, who was absorbed in a sponge of morality and was concerned with the rights of man. The nation's self-interest was di...
  • Spanish American War Cuba Cuban Spain
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    The cause of the Spanish-American War relates directly to Cuba, and the sinking of the U. S. S. Maine. In 1895, Cuba was extremely governmentally disorganized, and was beginning to rise against Spain. The Cuban's soon adopted a conception that the more damage that they did to the Cuban mainland, the faster the Spaniards would leave Cuba, and the Americans would help the Cubans to win their independence. The Americans soon came to Cuba, in an attempt to assist the Cubans in their fight for freed...
  • President Mckinley Biography United States
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    President McKinley William McKinley was born on January 29, 1843 in Niles, Ohio. Niles was a small town with no railroad and few wagon roads. He was the seventh child. When he was 9 years old they moved to Poland, Ohio. He went to the schoolhouse and then entered the local academy until he was 17. When he was 18, he taught school and earned $25 a month. When vacation came he worked at the Poland post office. When the Civil War came, he enlisted. Shortly after he enlisted he was promoted to serg...
  • American Mckinley Countries Option
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    Justifying the Philippines William McKinley in 1899 gave a speech regarding why the United States decided to keep the Philippines, when they were "dropped into our laps." Before giving the speech McKinley was burdened by what would be in the best interest of both countries. He gave four very strong points, with reasoning on why "keeping" the Philippines is the best plan of action for the United States to take. McKinleys first reason on why it was necessary to keep the Philippines was that giving...
  • Vice President Mckinley Lewis Roosevelt
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    Mockery of McKinley Mocking is contemptuous or ironic in manner or wit, an object of amusement, a specific act of ridicule or derision. Mockery is commonly associated with editorial cartoons, but what if the alleged is our nations president. Alfred Henry Lewis, the editor of "The Verdict Newspaper, creates a satirical but significant view of the 1900 elections. Lewis first grabs your attention with the clever, eye-popping caricature of Theodore Roosevelt. Assuming, the audience is aware of their...
  • William Mckinley Assassination Leon Czolgosz
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    William McKinley, Born January 29, 1843 and was the 25 th President of the United Sates Of America. He became US President in 1897 and served in the union army during the civil war, which were the Yankees. He also studied and practiced law in Ohio and became an active member of the Republican Party which was one of the United Sates two main political parties, formed to support protective tariffs and industrial expansion. The period of 1877-1891, William McKinley served seven terms in the house o...