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1897
   President of the United States was   
William McKinley
Featured on the 500 dollar note (not in use any more). Was shot during his second term in September 1901 and died a few days later of his injury.
25th
   President of the United States was   
William McKinley
Assasinated on Sept. 6, 1901 by Leon Czogosz
William McKinley
   served as U.S. President as a   
Republican
Leon Czolgosz
   assassinated   
William McKinley
McKinley was American President. Czolgosz died in the electric chair October 29th, 1901.
Garret Hobart
   served as Vice-President under   
William McKinley
Died in office
Theodore Roosevelt
   served as Vice-President under   
William McKinley
Succeeded to the Presidency upon the assassination of McKinley, Sept. 6, 1901
William McKinley
   was a   
Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives
William McKinley
   was a   
Governor
William McKinley
   was a   
Lawyer
William McKinley
   was born in   
Ohio
William McKinley
   First Lady was   
Ida Sexton
William McKinley
   is/was the   
U.S. President
1897
William McKinley
   had the nickname   
The Idol of Ohio
William McKinley
   had the nickname   
The Napolean of Protection
William McKinley
   had the nickname   
The Stocking-Footed Orator
William McKinley
   had the nickname   
The Liberator of Cuba
William McKinley
   had the nickname   
Wobbly Willie
William McKinley
   had the nickname   
The Major
His American Civil War rank
William McKinley
   uttered the last words   
"It is God's Way; His Will Be Done, Not Ours"
McKinley died over a week after having been shot twice by Leon Frank Czolgosz.
Joseph McKenna
   was appointed by   
William McKinley
1898-1925
William Jennings Bryan
   lost the election to   
William McKinley
1896, 1890 and to Taft in 1908
William McKinley
   is   

25th US President, 1897-1901
March 4, 1897
   the oath was recited by   
William McKinley
In front of the Original Senate Wing, U.S. Capitol by Melville W. Fuller, Chief Justice of Supreme Court
March 4, 1901
   the oath was recited by   
William McKinley
East Portico, U.S. Capitol by Melville W. Fuller, Chief Justice of Supreme Court
William McKinley, Charles Wesley, Margaret Thatcher
   are all   
Methodists






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