4 edition of Grover Cleveland, 1837-1908 found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 115-118.
|Statement||Edited by Robert I. Vexler.|
|Series||Oceana presidential chronology series, 4|
|Contributions||Vexler, Robert I., ed., United States. President (1885-1889 : Cleveland), United States. President (1893-1897 : Cleveland)|
|LC Classifications||E696 .C617 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||68021538|
Grover Cleveland (–) is the only president to have served two terms that did not run consecutively. He was ousted from office in by Benjamin Harrison, but returned four years later. President Cleveland favored “hands-off” government. He vetoed more legislation than any president before him, earning the nickname “Old Veto.”. —Grover Cleveland (–) “ The Bible is good enough for me, just the old book under which I was brought up. I do not want notes or criticisms, or explanations about authorship or origins, or even cross- references. I do not need, or understand them, and they confuse me. ” —Grover Cleveland (–).
Grover Cleveland ( – ) was the 22nd and 24th president of the United States. During the Civil War, Cleveland paid a Polish immigrant to serve in his place, like many well-off men did. In the early s, as sheriff of Erie County, Cleveland personally executed two : Bookmachine. Grover Cleveland - was the twenty-second and twenty-fourth President of the United and is the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms (– and –). Cleveland was also a supporter of homeopathy and he consulted homeopath and astrologer Luke D was Governor of New York at a time when homeopathy and Eclectic medicine were at .
Grover Cleveland () 22nd and 24th President. A book from his library, The Ingoldsby Legends, by Thomas Ingoldsby, W.J. Widdleton, Signed on the first blank page and dated "" The book shows some wear, the spine is tight, toning to the page signed. After serving as mayor of Buffalo and governor of New York, Cleveland () was the first Democrat to be elected president after the Civil War. He forced America's railroad titans to ret, western acres previously granted by the federal government and regulated them with the Interstate Commerce Act.3/5(1).
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Stephen Grover Cleveland (Ma – J ) was both the twenty-second and twenty-fourth President of the United States. Cleveland is the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms (– and –).Children: Richard F.
Cleveland, Francis Cleveland, Oscar Folsom Cleveland, Marion Amen, Ruth Cleveland. Cleveland, Grover Overview. Works: (Book) The Cleveland era: a chronicle of the new order in politics by Henry Jones Ford (Book) The American heritage pictorial history of the Presidents of the United States (Book.
Grover Cleveland: A Study in Character is the first comprehensive study of our 22nd and 24th president in nearly seventy years. This distinguished leader, the only Democrat elected to the presidency between the Civil War and World War I, rose to political prominence through the ranks of mayor of Buffalo and governor of New York before his election to this nation's highest office/5(24).
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Letters of Grover Cleveland, / Selected and edited by Allan Nevins Cleveland, Grover, [ Book: ]. 22nd and 24th United States President, New York Governor.
A Democrat, he was first elected President indefeated inand reelected inbecoming the only United States President to serve two non-consecutive terms. One of nine children of a Presbyterian Burial: Princeton Cemetery, Princeton, Mercer.
Get this from a library. Grover Cleveland, chronology, documents, bibliographical aids. [Grover Cleveland; Robert I Vexler; United States. President ( Cleveland); United States.
President ( Cleveland)] -- A chronology of significant events in the life of Grover Cleveland accompanied by a selection of his public addresses and messages. Cleveland, Grover, Publication date Publisher New York, The Century Co. Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of Michigan Language English.
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : The writings and speeches of Grover Cleveland; Item Preview The writings and speeches of Grover Cleveland; by Cleveland, Grover, ; Parker, George F.
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Also available in electronic form on the Library of Congress Web site. Stephen Grover Cleveland Age: 71 years – Name Stephen Grover Cleveland.
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Author of Presidential problems, State of the Union Addresses of Grover Cleveland, Fishing and shooting sketches, The independence of the Executive, The self-made man in American life, Good citizenship, The government in the Chicago strike.
Grover Cleveland () 22nd and 24th President of the United States - Social Studies > U.S. Presidents > Grover Cleveland Ceremony at Grover Cleveland's Marriage. 1 drawing: India ink over graphite underdrawing ; sheet x cm.
APA citation style: Bartholomew, C. Cartoon showing President Grover Cleveland, carrying book "What I know about women's clubs," being chased with an umbrella by Susan B. Anthony, as Uncle Sam laughs in background / States, None. [Between and ] [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress.
“Grover Cleveland, chronology, documents, bibliographical aids” 52 Copy quote The laws should be rigidly enforced which prohibit the immigration of a servile class to compete with American labor, with no intention of acquiring citizenship, and bringing with them and retaining habits and customs repugnant to our civilization.
GROVER CLEVELAND, Cleveland's Veto of the Texas Seed Bill Febru I'm reading Cleveland's book "Presidential Problems." It is a textbook for presidents. Oso, There were prinicipled presidents, but they were oftentimes clouded out by the superstars of the presidency.
Cleveland just did his job as he saw it. CLEVELAND, GROVER (–)The first Democratic President since james buchanan, Grover Cleveland supported civil service reform and tariff reduction.
Cleveland devoted much of his two terms (–, –) to eliminating corruption, inefficiency, and the exploitation of government for private benefit. Source for information on Cleveland, Grover (–): Encyclopedia of the.
Origin. Grover first became popular as a given name in the United States during the presidencies of Grover Cleveland, in part of a long-standing American trend of naming babies after presidents. Cleveland's official first name was Stephen; he was named after Stephen Grover, a former minister at the church his parents attended.
Stephen Grover Cleveland was born on Main Caldwell, New Jersey, the fifth of nine children born to Ann Neal and Richard Falley Cleveland, a Presbyterian : Creator Cleveland, Grover, Call number MssCol Physical description linear feet (1 box) Preferred Citation.
Grover Cleveland Papers, Manuscripts and .Grover Cleveland, Self: President Cleveland and President McKinley. Grover Cleveland is an American politician and lawyer who was the 22nd and 24th president of the United States, the only president in American history to serve two non-consecutive terms in office ( and ).
Cleveland won the popular vote for three presidential elections-in, and and was one of Author: Grover Cleveland.