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The Forgotten Presidents
Grover Cleveland. (Lilyanna)
James Garfield (Kiara)
He was the 20th president in 1881 and was only president for 4 months. : : :
He was born November 19, 1831
Garfield opposed Confederate secession
resurgence of presidential authority against sentorial courtesy in excutive appountments, purging corruption in the Post Office.
He got assasihnated on September 19, 1881 at 49 yearsd old
He also served as a ajor general in the Union Army during the civil war, and fought in the battles of Middle Creek, Shiloh, and Chickamuaga
Rutherford B. hayes (caroline)
He was born on October 4, 1822 in Delaware OH.
He was the 19th president of the U.S from 1877- 1881
He enforced election laws and protected black voters in the South
Before becoming president he severed in distinguished legal, military and was governor of Ohio.
He was married to Lucy Webb Hayes in 1852- 1889 and had 8 children
He attempted to reconcile the divisions left over from the Civil War.
He died January 17, 1893 in Fremont OH.
He removed the last federal troops of the South, which hurt the protection for the South.
Benjamin Harrison. (Brisa)
Was born on August 20,1833
He was the 23rd president of the United States and served from 1889 to 1893.
He was born on August 20,1833 in North Bend Ohio and died on March 13,1901 in Presidential site, Indianapolis,Indiana
He was part of the republican party and his vice president was Levi P.Morton.
He was a lawyer before running for president he was married to Mary Dimick Harrison (1896-1901) And Caroline Harrison (1853-1892) He also had three children.
He died from Pneumonia at the age of 67 years old.
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Chester Arthur. (Renzenne)
President Chester A. Arthur’s home state is Vermont.
Chester Alan Arthur (October 5, 1829 – November 18, 1886) was an American lawyer and politician who served as the 21st president of the United States from 1881 to 1885.
He was a member of the Republican Party as the president
Chester A. Arthur's presidency was itself unremarkable in terms of both positive developments and negative scandals it is difficult to escape the list of Worst Presidents as one of only a handful of American leaders who was never technically elected to serve in the White House.
He championed and enacted the Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act, much to the amazement of reformers. He oversaw the rebuilding of the United States Navy, but he was chastised for neglecting to address the government budget surplus that had built up since the Civil War's end.