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Little Rock Look Back: Grover Cleveland



Stephen Grover Cleveland, the 22nd and 24th President of the U.S. was born on March 18, 1837. He won the popular vote in 1884, 1888 and 1892, but lost the Electoral College vote in 1888. 119 more words

History

What About Grover Cleveland?


The political alignments in 19th Century United States were somewhat reversed from what we know today. We need to remember that, in those days, the Republican party was the liberal party, and the Democrats were the died-in-the-wool conservatives. 1,050 more words

History

Lost and Found - March 18th Edition

What to remember about March 18th…

  • 1766  Too late to assuage American resentment, Parliament repeals Stamp Act taxes; protests of Act galvanize revolutionary sentiments
  • 1837  Future 22nd and 24th President of the United States Grover Cleveland is born in Caldwell, New Jersey (d.
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America’s 5 Greatest Hunting Presidents

This is from OutDoorHub.

I am going to try to post a few things to give us a break from current events.

                                    Theodore Roosevelt.

It should come as little surprise that a great many of our presidents are and were avid sportsmen, even though only about six percent of the American public hunts. 1,265 more words

The Very Reasonable Democrat

It is common in this sort of Blog to attack poor Presidents for some sort of failing or another. It is a pleasure for a change to discuss a past President who was both good at his job and a credit to his Party. 425 more words

Presidential Elections

Cleveland, Harrison and McKinley

This period in American History focused on American expansion, the tariff, and the currency issue, with Democrats and Republicans divided over which to support. McKinley finally made the choice to put the U.S. 998 more words

Politics

8 weird things inspired by U.S. presidents

This is from Mashable.com.

A little presidential trivia.

These world leaders had more contributions to our country than just foreign policy and a great head of hair. 496 more words