William McKinley

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Noun1.William McKinley - 25th President of the United StatesWilliam McKinley - 25th President of the United States; was assassinated by an anarchist (1843-1901)
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I think that President William McKinley is the best example of a man of this class that I have ever seen.
Abolish faxes, staged events, and high-powered image-makers, and we've still got the culture that made William McKinley preen for the cameras on his front porch in Canton, Ohio.
Born in January 29, 1843 in Ohio, William McKinley has been hailed as the president who put America on the road to world power.
Much of Empire is devoted to the presidencies of William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt, a time when the U.S.
In 1901 Congress directed the Secret Service to protect the US President after President William McKinley was gunneddown by an Anarchist.Agents now offer protection to the President, Vice President, President-elect, Vice Presidentelect and former Presidents for 10 years after leaving office.
1321: Death of Italian poet Dante Alighieri; 1812: Napoleon and his army entered Moscow after capital had been abandoned by the Russians; ; 1852: Death of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington; 1901: American President William McKinley assassinated by anarchist while opening an exhibition in Buffalo, New York: 1959: USSR's Lunik II became first to spacecraft to land on the moon; 1975: Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton, first United States saint, canonized by Pope Paul VI ; 1988: London taxi arrived in New Delhi with meter showing pounds 13,200 fare.
WILLIAM McKINLEY. Kevin Phillips, (The American Presidents Series).
President William McKinley hijacked Cuba's fight for independence in 1898 and unjustly made the island a protectorate in name, a colony in practice.
After their deaths in office, seven Presidents, including -- William McKinley, were laid out in this room.
William McKinley called a special session of Congress, and on July 7 the lawmakers passed the Dingley Tariff Bill, named for its sponsor, Rep.
Fort William McKinley is now Fort Bonifacio; Camp Murphy is Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, while Nichols Air Base is Col.
After the assassination of President William McKinley just a year before, the Secret Service was given the responsibility of protecting the president.