William McKinley

  • American

United States President - AsNotedIn

Notable Position Organization From To
Brevet Major Union Army


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Significant name McKinley, William, Tomb Canton
Significant name Saxton House Canton
Attends services Congregant Church of the Presidents Long Branch
1843/01/29 William McKinley Jr is born in Niles, Ohio, the seventh child of William and Nancy (nee Allison) McKinley. Born McKinley Memorial Niles
1864/05/09 Union victory at Cloyds Mountain, battle last about an hour but resulted in over 1200 casualties out of 8400 combatants Union commander Back Creek Farm Cloyd Battle for the New River Bridge
1890/07/14 Sherman Silver Purchase Act becomes law, requiring the US treasury to buy 4.5 million ounces of silver each month with Treasury Notes President Panic of 1893
1897/03/04 William McKinley's Inaugural Ball is held in the Pension Building. President National Building Museum Washington, DC
1901/03/04 William McKinley is inaugurated for a second term as the President of the United States President President McKinley Inauguration Footage
1901/09/06 President William McKinley visits at the Niagara Falls Visitor Niagara Falls State Park Niagara Falls 1901 Pan-American Exposition
1901/09/06 Leon F Czolgosz shoots President William McKinley twice at the Exposition's Temple of Music (stone marker on traffic island Fordham Dr and Lincoln Pkwy). The gun Czolgosz used can be seen by appointment at the Museum's Resource Center on Forest Ave. Wounded Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society Buffalo 1901 Pan-American Exposition
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