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  1. page Woodrow Wilson edited Woodrow Wilson By Savannah and Lacey Profile Date of Birth; 29th of December Early Life Woodr…
    Woodrow Wilson
    By Savannah and Lacey
    Profile
    Date of Birth; 29th of December
    Early Life
    Woodrow Wilson didn't start school until he was nine. He developed a disease called Dyslexia. He had to leave school because he had very ill health. Woodrow was also a very religious person.Woodrow went to college at Davidson college at Davidson, North Carolina.He had a brother and a sister his brother's name was Joseph Ruggles Wilson and his sister's name was Janet.
    Adult Hood
    Woodrow Wilson started a law office. He became a teacher, and studied history and politics. He published his first book. He also got awarded a Ph.D degree. While going on a business trip Woodrow ended up meeting his future wife. He also was elected governor of New Jersey.On December 10, he was awarded the Noble Peace Prize. Wilson got married to a beautiful lady named Ellen Louise Axon on June 24 1885. Years later Wilson had 3 daughters.
    Presidency
    Wilson was remarried to a lady named Edith Bolling Galt. Wilson presented his program for reform of banking and currency laws.Woodrow also
    helped reorganize the university at that time under graduate course program. He in acted lots of laws. He also established the Federal Banking System. He passed the Underwood Tariff Act. He lead the U.S into World War 1 in 1917. He also drafted the peace plant afterward.
    After Presidency
    Wilson left presidency on March 4, 1924. He moved back into his old home on 2340 S Street in Washington D.C. He teamed back up with his former secretary of state , but that didn't continue because of Wilson's disability from his past stroke. He published a book called "The Road Away from Revolution." He died in his home on February 3, 1924, and was buried in a National Cathedral.

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  2. page William McKinley edited ... The life of William Mckinley. He was born in 1843 on January 29th in Niles Ohio. He was 10 whe…
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    The life of William Mckinley. He was born in 1843 on January 29th in Niles Ohio. He was 10 when he joined Methodist Episcopal Church. McKinley had 8 siblings. He went to school at Poland Seminary. His parents were William Sr. & Nancy McKinley. Moved to Poland, Ohio when he was 10.
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    Presidency
    William McKinley was the 25th president. He was inaugrated in 1897.
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  3. page Millard Fillmore edited Millard Fillmore By Ryan By Quinn Profile Date of birth: Jan.7 1800 Date of death: March.8 18…
    Millard Fillmore
    By Ryan
    By Quinn
    Profile
    Date of birth: Jan.7 1800
    Date of death: March.8 1874
    Height: 5'9
    Weight: 174 lb
    Elected President:1850
    Early Life
    Millard Fillmore was a young poor boy in a family of 11 with 5 brothers 3 sisters a mother a father and himself. He attended school for short periods, even though outside of school he learned reading, spelling, arithmetic, and geography. He did not grow up in the best conditions.For example, at a very young age his father lost his farm. He was a apprentice to a cloth maker.
    Adulthood
    Millard Fillmore married Abigail Powers at age 19 and had 2 children. In 1830 him and his family moved to Buffalo, NY. In 1832Millard Fillmore won the New York House of Representatives in 1832 and served from 1833 to 1835 and from 1837 to 1843.
    Presidency
    Fillmore did not run for president, but became president the day after Zachary Taylor's death in 1950. Fillmore became 13th president while having 50 years of age, and served for 3 years. Millard Filmore came forth strongly in favor of compromise on slavery. In 1850 while president California became a state.
    After Presidency
    Mrs.Fillmore died less than a month after after Millard left office. In 1858, Fillmore married Mrs. Caroline Carmichael Mclntosh. He was also a big contribute to the University at Buffalo, the Buffalo Historical Society, and the Buffalo General Hospital.In the middle of the Civil War agreed that the Union held with force if necessary. He was very disapproving of the war policies of Abraham Lincoln. After the Civil War, Millard Fillmore supported the reconstruction policies of Andrew Johnson. Fillmore died on March 8, 1874 and was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Buffalo.

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  4. page William Howard Taft edited ... Hight; 6 Feet 2 Inches Weight; 332 Pounds Favorite food: Broiled steak and potatoes Early…
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    every summer. He was a very active kid. He played When he
    Adulthood
    He had 3 children with Helen Herron. He resigned from Cincinnati.
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  5. page Grover Cleveland edited ... Grover Cleveland served as a ward supervisor in 1862. He was also the sheriff of Buffalo in186…
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    Grover Cleveland served as a ward supervisor in 1862. He was also the sheriff of Buffalo in1862, and was govenor of New York.He paid a substitute to take his place in the army.That was later used against him. He also became a lawyer at the age of 17.He ran and became the mayor of 1881. When he was sheriff, he was town executioner,as well, and had to hang murderers himself. He was known as the veto mayor of Buffalo.
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    national figure. He was forty-seven when he became president.While he was president he played baseball and basketball.
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    do right". He went to Sherman's War.He died June 24,1908.
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  6. page William McKinley edited ... The life of William Mckinley. He was born in 1843 on January 29th in Niles Ohio. He was 10 whe…
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    The life of William Mckinley. He was born in 1843 on January 29th in Niles Ohio. He was 10 when he joined Methodist Episcopal Church. McKinley had 8 siblings. He went to school at Poland Seminary. His parents were William Sr. & Nancy McKinley. Moved to Poland, Ohio when he was 10.
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    Presidency
    William McKinley was the 25th president. He was inaugrated in 1897.
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  7. page William McKinley edited ... -Had 2 daughters; both of them died. Early Life ... on January 29th. 29th in Niles Ohio.…
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    Presidency
    William McKinley was the 25th president. He was inaugrated in 1897.

    Mckinley died from a assassination in 9/14/1901.
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  8. page Chester Arthur edited ... By Ethan and Caleb Profile Kids: Two Kids:Two sons and ... months before he Arthur be…
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    Date of birth:October 5, 1829.
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    good student. Arthur went to college at Union College for 3 years. In 1848, Arthur was the Quartermaster General of New York of the Civil War.
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    New York. Arthur was in charge of outfitting New York military early in 1862. Arthur really wanted to prove himself above machine politics.
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    boats steel. Arthur decided a commission to study tariff rates. The administration tried to build Republican strength in the South but achieved little.
    After Presidency.
    After Chester Arthur lost Republican presidential nomination in 1884 he returned to New York. He tried to resume practice of law but his ill health ( kidney disease) prevented him from doing so. Later died of cerebral hemorrhage on November 18,1886. He was buried next to his wife at Albany New York, at the rural cemetery. He died at 56 years old.
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  9. page Andrew Johnson edited ... Date of Death: July 31st 1875 Early Life ... Tavern city. Johnsons Johnson's father die…
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    Date of Death: July 31st 1875
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    Tavern city. JohnsonsJohnson's father died
    Adulthood
    Johnson got married on May 17th 1827 to Eliza Mccridle. They both worked as a tailor. They had five children. One child got tuberculosis, another was and alcoholic and the third one died when thrown from his horse.
    Presidency
    Johnson was a democrat. Johnson was originally vice president, but after Lincoln got assassinated Johnson moved up to president. After the civil war Johnson had to reconstruct
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    After Presidency
    Johnson was addictide to alcohol. He died at the age of 66 on July 31, 1857.
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