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113 Cards in this Set

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territory of Alaska ceded
17-JOhnson
14th ammendment ratified
17-Johnson
tomb erected for 2111 unknown soldiers
17-Johnson
Nebraska admitted
17-Johnson
Tennessee Govornor (1853-1857)
17-Johnson
tailor
17-JOhnson
only southern senator during civil war who refused to secede with his state
17-JOhnson
first to be impeached
17-Johnson
first to become senator after presidency
17-Johnson
VP-Schuyler Colfax, Henry Wilson
18-Grant
Married Julia Dent
18-Grant
US military Academy at West POint
18-Grant
Transcontinental railroad service begun
18-Grant
15th ammendment ratified
18-Grant
Civil Service Act Passed
18-Grant
Alexander Bell invented telephone
18-Grant
General Custer's defeat at Little Big HOrn River
18-Grant
Yellowstone National Park established
18-Grant
INcome Tax phased out
18-Grant
Colorado admitted
18-Grant
born HIram
18-Grant
"Unconditional Surrender"
18-Grant
arrested during his term of office for exceeding the speed limit on his horse, fined $20
18-Grant
menu at inaugural ball-25 stuffed boars heads and 3000 beef tounge sandwiches
18-Grant
first to have woman run against him and black man for VP
18-Grant
president's wife was midly cross eyed
18-Grant
political corrup tion at all levels of office, honest man but poor judge of others
18-Grant
portrait on $50 bill
18-Grant
dying of throat cancer
18-Grant
Kenyon COllege in Ohio
19-Hayes
VP-William Wheeler
19-Hayes
women first allowed to practice law before US Supreme COurt
19-Hayes
Lucy Webb
19-Hayes
labor unions grew
19-Hayes
Thomas Edison patented phonograph
19-Hayes
first practical electric incandescent lamp invented
19-Hayes
31 Sioux chiefs in Washington for conference
19-Hayes
troops withdrawn from South
19-Hayes
NYC became 1 city with pop. over 1 million
19-Hayes
Ohio Govorner
19-Hayes
volunteered counsel for Underground Railroad
19-Hayes
Congress created special Electorial COmmision
19-Hayes
first president sworn into office in private ceremony
19-Hayes
wife served lemonade
19-Hayes
invention of telephone
19-Hayes
Sunday night hymn singing
19-Hayes
declined to run for 2 term
19-Hayes
VP-Chester Arthur
20-Garfield
Lucretia Rudolph
20-Garfield
preacher,teacher
20-Garfield
Williams College in Mass.
20-Arthur
American Red Cross Organized
20-Garfield
last president born in log cabin
20-Garfield
driver on canal when teenager
20-Garfield
PResident of Hiram COllege
20-Garfield
could write w/ both hands at same time writing in a different language in each hand
20-Garfield
served 6 months
20-Garfield
2 assasinated
20-Garfield
Ellen Herndon
21-Arthur
Union COllege
21-Arthur
Navy modernized
21-Arthur
standard time adopted
21-Arthur
first skyscraper
21-Arthur
Pendleton Civil Service Act
21-Arthur
"Pork Barrel" legislation veteod
21-Arthur
"Gentleman Boss"
21-Arthur
dying of Kidney disease
21-Arthur
defender of civil rights for blacks
21-Arthur
unsuccessfully vetoed bill prohibiting Chinese immigration
21-Arthur
VP-Thomas HEndricks
22-Cleveland
Frances Folsom
22-Cleveland
lawyer, sheriff, govornor of New York
22-Cleveland
Statue of Liberty dedicated
22-Cleveland
American Federation of Labor organized
22-Cleveland
illegal railroad lands returned
22-Cleveland
dodged draft by hiring someont to enter service in his place
22-Cleveland
married in White HOuse
22-Cleveland
fathered illigitament child
22-Cleveland
favored low tariffs
22-Cleveland
portrait on $1,000 bill
22.Cleveland
VP-Levi Morton
23-Harrison
Caroline Scott
23-Harrison
Miami University in Oxford OHio
23-Harrison
Pan American Congress established
23-Harrison
Oklahoma opened to settlers
23-Harrison
Navy enlarged
23-Harrison
JOhnstown Flood
23-Harrison
Jeronima on warpath
23-Harrison
Sherman antitrust act passed
23-Harrison
Parades in NYC and CHicago celebrating Columbuses voyage
23-Harrison
NOrth Dakota admitted
23-Harrison
South Dakota admitted
23-Harrison
MOntana admitted
23-Harrison
Washington admitted
23-Harrison
Idaho admitted
23-Harrison
Wyoming admitted
23-Harrison
"Little Ben"
23-Harrison
received majority of electoral votes but not popular vote
23-Harrison
wife died during reelction campaign
23-Harrison
third president to remarry
23-Harrison
daughter (2 wife) younger than grandchildren
23-Harrison
electric lights installed at white house
23-Harrison
1 to sign papers by electric light
23-Harrison
favored high tariffs
23-Harrison
VP-Adlai Stevenson
24-Cleveland
federal troops sent to break up train strike (Pullman Strike)
24-Cleveland
Hawaii made a republic
24-Cleveland
Jeronimo captured
24-Cleveland
Carnegie Hall opened in NY
24-Cleveland
Financial hit American economy
24-Cleveland
Utah admitted
24-Cleveland
1 president to have child born in White HOuse
24-Cleveland
aftificial jaw of vulcanized rubber after cancer surgery
24-Cleveland