William McKinley, his life and work

  • 190 Pages
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  • English
The Continental assembly , Washington, D.C
McKinley, William, 1843
Statementby Charles H. Grosvenor.
LC ClassificationsE711.6 .G76
The Physical Object
Pagination190 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL28292M
LC Control Numbersd 19000181

A book by a leading author, Karl Rove, the book touches the life of the then American president, William Mckinley, and describes how his win in the presendenital elections in the United States led to the end of a tough political climate in the country.

Excerpt from William McKinley: His Life and Work During last Winter, under a contract which I made, I wrote sketches of all the Presidents of the United States for a publication not yet quite ready to be presented to the public.

That book will make its appearance in due time and will be a very attrac tive publication, in my judgment, even aside Author: Charles H. Grosvenor. William McKinley, His Life and Work Paperback – Decem by Grosvenor Charles Henry (Creator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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Washington, D.C., The Continental assembly, William McKinley, 25th President of the United States, was the third President to be assassinated while in office. His mother, a devout Methodist, was disappointed that her son merely became President she had wanted him to become a minister.

Deeply religious all his life, McKinley accepted his destiny with humility, honesty, and aplomb/5. Early life. McKinley was the son of William McKinley, a manager of a charcoal furnace and a small-scale iron founder, and Nancy Allison.

Eighteen years old at the start of the Civil War, McKinley enlisted in an Ohio regiment under the command of Rutherford B. Hayes, later the 19th president of the United States (–81).Promoted second lieutenant for his bravery in the.

Born in in Niles, McKinley grew up in small-town Poland, Ohio, imbibing the core values that would shape his life including sobriety, pragmatism, and a strong work ethic.

When the Civil War began, McKinley enlisted in the 23rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment, a unit destined to produce two future presidents.

William McKinley: Selected full-text books and articles. William McKinley and His America By H. Wayne Morgan Kent State University Press, Read preview A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.

Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical. "Complete Life of His life and work book McKinley and Story of His Assassination" by Marshall Everett.

Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well. William McKinley (born William McKinley Jr.; Janu – Septem ) was the 25th president of the United States fromuntil his assassination in 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.

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But while meritorious as an analysis of McKinley’s presidency, this book is not well-suited as a traditional biography. There is almost no focus on his personal life, very little attention to even his closest advisers and virtually no introduction to the man who, the author suggests, deserves the title of “First Modern President.”.

"Life of William Mckinley and his Assassination". This Vintage Memorial Edition of Life of William McKinley and His Assassination Life and Distinguished Services of William McKinley Our Martyr President by Murat Halstead Published by M.A.

Donohue & Co. McKinley Roosevelt Inaugural Program Book. $ More Details. Inaugural Ball. Kevin Phillips, author of William McKinley (), became known for his work as one of Nixon’s political strategists. His subsequent book, The Emerging Republican Majority (), predicted that Nixon’s election was the signal of a political realignment that would grant Republicans a majority for the next thirty or forty years.

Which—if we consider Carter and /5(80). A fresh look at President William McKinley from New York Times bestselling author and political mastermind Karl Rove—“a rousing tale told by a master storyteller whose love of politics, campaigning, and combat shines through on every page” (Doris Kearns Goodwin, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Team of Rivals).

The political environment resembles that of. No figure of modern American history appeals so strongly to the patriotism and love of the American people as William McKinley, and no volume can have greater interest and value at the present day, or be more dearly prized, than a history of his life in which every event of his great career as a noble youth, a gallant soldier, an able lawyer, a brilliant orator, a grand statesman.

William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States, was shot on the grounds of the Pan-American Exposition at the Temple of Music in Buffalo, New York, on September 6,six months into his second was shaking hands with the public when anarchist Leon Czolgosz shot him twice in the abdomen.

McKinley died on September 14 of gangrene. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book.

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Rate it * You Rated it * 0. 1 Star William McKinley, his life and work. by Charles Henry Grosvenor. Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them Author: Charles Henry Grosvenor. ‎This book gives us the vivid insight into the incredible life and achievements of President McKinley, not to focus solely on his tragic death.

The author nevertheless describes in graphic words the assassination. It is a word picture that will linger forever in. LIFE IN THE MCKINLEY WHITE HOUSE. According to William H. Crook, a member of the White House staff since the days of Lincoln, two traits defined McKinley as a president and a husband: his "unswerving devotion to his country, and unceasing devotion to his wife." McKinley was the last Civil War veteran to serve as president.

Throughout his life, McKinley was known for his devotion and service to his "invalid" wife. Amidst the stress of his own personal life, in he ran for and won a seat in Congress. Thus, he began his long career in politics. McKinley continued to serve in Congress until Inhe was elected as chairman of the Ways and Means Committee.

GREEN GILT STAMPED CLOTH. Everett, Marshall. Complete Life of William McKinley and Story of His Assassination. n.p: NP, Memorial Edition.

8vo. Green gilt stamped cloth. Book condition: Very good. Light shelf wear to boards, and light chipping to edges of spine. Otherwise very good, clean and tight. Very Good. Books to Borrow.

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Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now. Occupy Wall. William McKinley, his life and work, (Washington, D.C., The Continental assembly, ), by Charles Henry Grosvenor (page images at HathiTrust) Memorial sketch of the life of compatriot William McKinley, member of the Society of Sons of the American Revolution, ([New York: J.

Polhemus Print. COLONEL WILLIAM McKINLEY William McKinley, son of Archibald Carlisle McKinley and his wife, Elizabeth Cummins, was born in Abbeville district, South Carolina, Novem In his early childhood his parents moved to Georgia, and his life up until became mostly identified with Lexington.

He was an honor. In the presidential campaign ofGeorge W. Bush's advisor Karl Rove repeated to journalists his long-standing explanation of why he admires William McKinley and expects Bush to reproduce what Rove regards as McKinley's successes.

InKevin Phillips, a Bush critic, wrote a book explaining how much he also admires McKinley. Eric Schlosser, a.

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William Ray MonhollonLouisville - William "Bill" Monhollon, 78, was called home on Saturday April 4, Bill was preceded in death by his parents, William McKinley.

One of the country’s most under-appreciated and unknown presidents finally gets his due in this lively, deeply researched and richly informed biography of the 25th occupant of the nation’s highest office, William McKinley.

Merry has written a gem of a book that will gratify any political junkie or fan of presidential history. Karl Rove. William McKinley was born on Januin the small town of Niles, Ohio.

He lived there until age ten, when he moved with his family to nearby Poland, Ohio. His loving family provided William Jr., the seventh of eight children, with a fun-filled childhood that was also carefully guided by his.

Rove is in awe, rightly so, of McKinley's political achievement, and his richly detailed, moment-by-moment account in The Triumph of William McKinley brings to life the drama of an electoral contest whose outcome seemed uncertain to the candidate and his handlers until the end.

But there is more to this book than simply recounting the details. Complete life of William McKinley and story of his assassination. [United States]: The Author, © (OCoLC) Named Person: William McKinley; William McKinley; William McKinley: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book.Book of the life of William McKinley and his assassination, copyrightthe book is in really good condition for its age.

Pages are slightly discolored due Seller Rating: % positive. William McKinley Jr. ( – ) was an American soldier, lawyer and politician who served as the 25th President of the United States from March 4, till his assassination on Septem Before becoming president, McKinley served in the American Civil War where he rose to the rank of Major; was a successful lawyer; served as a .