Rutherford B. Hayes

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Noun1.Rutherford B. Hayes - 19th President of the United StatesRutherford B. Hayes - 19th President of the United States; his administration removed federal troops from the South and so ended the Reconstruction Period (1822-1893)
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The first of the "100 Days" historical series, 100 Days in the Life of Rutherford Hayes is an eclectic glimpse into the numerous contributions of reformer, three-term governor of Ohio, and 19th President of the United States Rutherford B. Hayes (1822-1893).
Just 11 years after the end of the Civil War, the battle between Republican Rutherford B. Hayes and Democrat Samuel J.
Rutherford B. Hayes is best known as being one of only two presidents who were elected without winning the popular vote (the other being George W.
Shown is an oyster plate from Rutherford B. Hayes' administration.
Harding), who the first president to use a telephone was (Rutherford B. Hayes) and that George H.W.
Chase, Edwin Stanton, James Garfield, and Rutherford B. Hayes.
Frantz begins with Rutherford B. Hayes, who completed the removal of federal troops from the South, effectively ending Reconstruction and returning state governments to the control of white Southerners.
(a) Lew Wallace, who wrote Ben Hur; (b) Abner Doubleday, who some claim was the inventor of baseball; (c) Rutherford B. Hayes (NOT Grant!).
They include writings by such figures as Louisa May Alcott, William Sloane Kennedy, Rutherford B. Hayes, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Henry James Sr., and Henry James Jr., as well as numerous less-famous personages.
You may recall Rutherford B. Hayes' comment after making the first ever presidential phone call on Alexander Graham Bell's new telephone.
Akron (Ohio) Beacon Journal cartoonist Chip Bok -- speaking Thursday at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center in Fremont, Ohio -- recalled that he was about 10 when his mother sat him down one day at her dressing table to do homework.
The White House event has a long history dating back to 1878 when President Rutherford B. Hayes officially opened the White House grounds to local children on Easter Monday.