Grover Cleveland

(Stephen Grover Cleveland)

1837–1908

Cleveland
GROVER CLEVELAND
Grover Cleveland was both the 22d and 24th President of the United States, noted for his honesty and integrity. He was born at Caldwell, New Jersey, March 18, 1837. He was admitted to the bar in 1859, and settled in Buffalo, New York. In 1884 he became the Democratic candidate for President of the United States, and was elected over James G. Blain in 1885. His first term was marred by squabbling within his own party. When he was elected again in 1893, a series of financial disasters and labor strikes caused more trouble. He declined to run a third time, despite requests from the Democratic party, and retired to private life. He died in 1908.

Adapted from The Dictionary of Biography by Charles Morris


Key events during the life of Grover Cleveland:


Year
Event
1837
Birth of Grover Cleveland.
1859
Became a lawyer.
1885-89
First term as president.
1893-97
Second term as president.
1908
Death of Grover Cleveland.

Other Resources


Story Links
Book Links
The Great Statue  in  Story of the Great Republic  by  H. A. Guerber
Cleveland—Harrison—Cleveland  in  This Country of Ours  by  H. E. Marshall
Grover Cleveland  in  True Stories of Our Presidents  by  Charles Morris


Image Links

Grover Cleveland
Grover Cleveland
 in Back Matter
The Ceremony at Grover Cleveland's Marriage
The Ceremony at Grover Cleveland's Marriage
 in Back Matter

Presidents of the United States, 1877 to 1901
 in True Stories of Our Presidents

Grover Cleveland
 in True Stories of Our Presidents


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Guido of Arezzo Italian monk credited with inventing modern musical notation and techniques for memorizing tunes such as "do-re-mi" mnemonics.
Guido of Arezzo Italian monk credited with inventing modern musical notation and techniques for memorizing tunes such as "do-re-mi" mnemonics.
Guido of Arezzo Italian monk credited with inventing modern musical notation and techniques for memorizing tunes such as "do-re-mi" mnemonics.
Guido of Arezzo Italian monk credited with inventing modern musical notation and techniques for memorizing tunes such as "do-re-mi" mnemonics.