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  1. Garfield graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Williams in August 1856, was named salutatorian, and spoke at the commencement.His biographer Ira Rutkow writes that Garfield's years at Williams gave him the opportunity to know and respect those of different social backgrounds, and that, despite his origin as an unsophisticated Westerner, socially conscious New Englanders liked and respected him.

  2. James Abram Garfield (Orange, Ohio, 19 de noviembre de 1831 - Long Branch, Nueva Jersey, 19 de septiembre de 1881) fue el vigésimo presidente de los Estados Unidos. Se convirtió en el segundo presidente asesinado en los Estados Unidos — Abraham Lincoln había sufrido la misma fatalidad, también estando en el cargo—.

  3. 29/10/2009 · James Garfield (1831-81) was sworn in as the 20th U.S. president in March 1881 and died in September of that same year from an assassin’s bullet, making his tenure in office the second-shortest ...

  4. James Abram Garfield (Moreland Hills, 19 novembre 1831 – Long Branch, 19 settembre 1881) è stato un politico statunitense. È stato il 20º presidente degli Stati Uniti . Il suo mandato è stato uno dei più brevi nella storia degli Stati Uniti , poiché fu gravemente ferito il 2 luglio 1881 da un colpo di pistola sparato da un disoccupato e morì due mesi dopo.

  5. 16/09/2016 · Editor's note: This post contains graphic content and may be disturbing to some readers. On Sep. 19, 1881, James Abram Garfield, the 20th president of the United States, died. His final weeks were ...

  6. 15/09/2022 · James A. Garfield, in full James Abram Garfield, (born November 19, 1831, near Orange [in Cuyahoga county], Ohio, U.S.—died September 19, 1881, Elberon [now in Long Branch], New Jersey), 20th president of the United States (March 4–September 19, 1881), who had the second shortest tenure in U.S. presidential history. When he was shot and incapacitated, serious constitutional questions arose ...

  7. 02/04/2014 · James Garfield rose from humble beginnings to serve as a college president, a nine-time congressman, and military general before his election to the United States presidency in 1881.