Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Attends services Congregant Church of the Presidents Long Branch
1859/10/25 Ellen Lewis Herndon marries Chester A Arthur in the Calvary Church, Manhattan Groom Calvary Church New York City
1860/00/00 Chester A Arthur, Joseph Blunt and William Maxwell Evarts successfully defend New York State in the Lemmon Slave Case in the Court of Appeals Defence Council Lemmon v New York
1880/00/00 Arthur home before and after his presidency Home Chester A Arthur House New York City
1882/00/00 Chester Arthur visits "Green Harbor" on the centennial of Daniel Webster's birth. Visitor The Daniel Webster Estate and Heritage Center Marshfield
1882/05/06 The Chinese Exclusion Act is signed President Chester A Arthur on 6 May 1882. It was the first significant law restricting immigration into the United States. US President Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)
1883/05/24 Brooklyn Bridge opens Presider Brooklyn Bridge New York City
1883/08/00 President Arthur and his party take the train to Green River and then ride cross-country to Yellowstone to begin a 2-month Wyoming vacation. Camper Yellowstone National Park Wyoming
1883/08/00 President Arthur and his party take the train to Green River and then ride cross-country to Yellowstone to begin a 2-month Wyoming vacation. Camper Yellowstone National Park Montana
1883/08/00 President Arthur and his party take the train to Green River and then ride cross-country to Yellowstone to begin a 2-month Wyoming vacation. Camper Green River Wyoming
1886/11/16 Dies Died Chester A Arthur House New York City
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