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  2. Woodrow Wilson, a leader of the ... In 1885 he married Ellen Louise Axson. Wilson advanced rapidly as a conservative young professor of political science and became president of Princeton in 1902.

  3. Wilson nyilatkozatai. Thomas Woodrow Wilson véleménye gyökeresen megváltozott a háború során. Január 9.: A béke harcosa vagyok! Január 31.: Amerika küldetése a béke küldetése. Január 31.: A mi kormányunk a nép kormánya, és a nép nem akar háborút. Február 26.: Amerikának nem szabad beavatkoznia a háborúba.

  4. › wiki › Edith_WilsonEdith Wilson - Wikipedia

    Distressed at the effect such wild speculation could have on the authenticity of the presidency and respectability of his personal reputation, Wilson proposed that Edith Bolling Galt back out of their engagement. Instead, Edith insisted on postponing the wedding until the end of the official year of mourning for Ellen Axson Wilson.

  5. Wilson sacrificed his health trying to win U.S. entrance into the League, but he never lost faith that his country would one day join in a world community for peace. The Woodrow Wilson House, a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, opened to the public as a museum in 1963.

  6. The 19th Amendment: Women’s Suffrage On September 30, 1918, President Woodrow Wilson stood before the Senate to call for the passage of the 19th Amendment. For him, the mission of WWI to “make the world safe for democracy” mean that Americans needed to fulfill that promise at home: Both of our great national parties are pledged, to equality of suffrage for the women of the country ...

  7. Ellen Axson Wilson - Art Students League (undergraduate) After graduating from Rome Female College with her high school degree, Ellen Wilson moved to New York City to study at the Art Students League.