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From Hayes to McKinley
H. Wayne Morgan
"William McKinley and His America" by H. Wayne Morgan was published in Morgan was a noted historian of the Gilded Age, an author and a history professor for nearly three decades at the University of Oklahoma. Morgan died in at the age of The underlying theme of Morgan's biography is that McKinley Written: William McKinley, Ohioan. Hayes, Benjamin Harrison, McKinley, Taft and Harding. However, Ohio's industrial life overshadows its politics. Ohio's major importance-and major interest-lies in a large and varied industrialism.- the state's industrial innovation was the stuff of record books /5(5).
Visit President Rutherford B. Hayes’ wooded estate named Spiegel Grove, home of America’s first presidential library. Tour the president’s room Victorian mansion, see his tomb, visit the newly renovated museum, explore the library and walk the mile of paved trails. William McKinley is most often perceived as an amiable mediocrity, especially when compared with his successor, the hyper-dynamic Teddy Roosevelt. In reality, this mild-mannered man was one of our.
SPEECHES AND ADDRESSES OF WILLIAM McKINLEY FROM MARCH 1, TO Inscribed to a Nobel Peace Prize Winner and Future Vice President by McKINLEY, William and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Title William McKinley papers, circa Summary Correspondence, speeches, will, messages, scrapbooks, printed matter, and other papers pertaining primarily to McKinley.
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This resource of primary documents and commentary spans the Hayes and McKinley administrations, selecting and describing five to ten of the foremost issues of the day.
The actual texts of the presidents' positions, along with the opposing viewpoints, are presented. Helpful background information and commentary clarifies the primary sources, accurately depicting this dynamic time in the country.
Get this from a library. History of the United States from Hayes to McKinley, [James Ford Rhodes]. Read this book on Questia. Presidents from Hayes through McKinley, Debating the Issues in Pro and Con Primary Documents by Amy H. Sturgis, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Presidents from Hayes through McKinley, Debating the Issues in Pro and Con Primary Documents ().
Correspondence between Hayes and McKinley, consisting of nearly one hundred letters, began during the Civil War and continued through the fall of The Arthur L.
Conger Papers contain thirty-five letters from McKinley to Conger written between the years and Kevin Phillips, author of William McKinley (), became known for his work as one of Nixons political strategists.
His subsequent book, The Emerging Republican Majority (), predicted that Nixons election was the signal of a political realignment that would grant Republicans a majority for the next thirty or forty years. Whichif we consider Carter and Clinton as brief periods of /5.
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Wayne Morgan. Syracuse University Press, Hardcover. Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged.
His ties to Hayes helped McKinley rise through Ohio's political ranks and win election to Congress inthe same year Hayes was elected as the nation's 19th president. William McKinley, –, 25th president of the United States (–), b.
Niles, Ohio. He was educated at Poland (Ohio) Seminary and Allegheny College. After service in the Union army in the Civil War, he returned to Ohio and became a lawyer at Canton. He entered politics and was elected as a Republican to Congress in In President McKinley, Architect of the American Century, Robert W.
Merry has written a dynamic biography of a man who presided over a nation of tremendous economic growth, emerging as an imperial power. The central question of this compelling book is whether McKinley was a master, or a servant, of political and economic forces of his time/5(67). One of eight children reared in an anti-slavery Ohio household, William McKinley () enlisted in the army at 18 at the onset of the Civil War, joining the same Union regiment as future president and mentor Rutherford B.
: Simon & Schuster. * My third biography of McKinley was “The Presidency of William McKinley” by Lewis Gould. Published inthis member of the American Presidency Series is a sober, serious and methodical dissection of McKinley’s presidency.
Although this book begins by tearing down McKinley’s predecessor, there is very little other bias displayed.
From Hayes to McKinley: National Party Politics, – (), online edition; Rhodes, James Ford. The McKinley and Roosevelt Administrations, – (), early.
Rutherford B. Hayes is often credited with working to smooth over the end of reconstruction and restore public faith back in the office of the presidency. McKinley reportedly brought a book of.Following his service in the Union Army during the Civil War under Rutherford B.
Hayes, William McKinley was drawn to service in the Republican Party. Yellow journalism at the time urged McKinley Born: William McKinley (Janu – Septem ) was the 25th president of the United States, serving from March 4,until his assassination six months into his second term.
During his presidency, McKinley led the nation to victory in the Spanish–American War, raised protective tariffs to promote American industry and kept the nation on the gold standard in a rejection of free.