William McKinley

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25th President of the United States

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It is in the Denali National Park and Preserve and was named after President William McKinley in the late 1890s.
The Lacey Act was first introduced by Iowa Congressman John Lacey and signed into law by President William McKinley in 1900.
Or) maybe this guy," he said, pointing to the stern face of President William McKinley, No.
In 1898, President William McKinley attacked the frail Spanish Empire to grab its colonies of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines.
1901 American President William McKinley was shot and fatally wounded by an anarchist.
They came from cuttings sent to the town by a local man, Robert Evans, who was working as a White House gardener under President William McKinley.
Leon Czolgosz arrived in America in his mother's womb in 1873 and left America in the electric chair in 1901 after assassinating President William McKinley at the Temple of Music exhibition in Buffalo during the Pan American Exposition.
But the administration of President William McKinley kept changing its conditions, and shortening deadlines--even as it made sweeping plans for the disposition of Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, Guam, and other distant territories.
presidents after the assassination of President William McKinley.
Roosevelt became the 26th president of the United States after the death of President William McKinley in September 1901, not long after McKinley began his second term in office.
Duffy, famed chaplain of the "Fighting 69th" and a letter to the Regiment from President William McKinley.
President William McKinley hijacked Cuba's fight for independence in 1898 and unjustly made the island a protectorate in name, a colony in practice.
The mountain was named after President William McKinley.
This system of high taxes on the poor and middle class and hardly any tax burden on the rich and powerful reached its apotheosis under Republican President William McKinley, who worked with GOP political boss (and Karl Rove hero) Mark Hanna to raise consumption taxes to almost 50 percent on many ordinary commodities in the 1897 tariff bill.
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