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  1. The fee to tour the ancestral home of First Lady Ida Saxton McKinley is: $7/adults (ages 18-61) $6/seniors (ages 62 and over) $5/youth (ages 3-17) FREE (ages 2 and under) A reservation for groups of 10 or more to tour the Saxton-McKinley House is required. To make a group reservation, call (440) 717-3755 or email JHighfield @firstladies.org.

  2. William McKinley, (born January 29, 1843, Niles, Ohio, U.S.—died September 14, 1901, Buffalo, New York), 25th president of the United States (1897–1901). Under McKinley’s leadership, the United States went to war against Spain in 1898 and thereby acquired a global empire, which included Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines. McKinley was the son of William McKinley, a manager of a ...

  3. William McKinley (January 29, 1843 – September 14, 1901) was the 25th president of the United States, serving from 1897 until his assassination in 1901.He was president during the Spanish–American War of 1898, raised protective tariffs to boost American industry, and rejected the expansionary monetary policy of free silver, keeping the nation on the gold standard.

  4. 10/02/2016 · Nearby, the McKinley National Memorial, a 96-foot-high domed mausoleum, was dedicated in 1907. It is the final resting place for McKinley and his wife, Ida Saxton McKinley. Open: April 1 through ...

  5. 17/05/2016 · 15 Historical Landmarks You Absolutely Must Visit In Ohio. Ohio tells an interesting story—and our historic landmarks are evidence of that. From the birthplaces of individuals that changed the course of history of our nation to the mysterious effigy mounds that give us clues about those who came before us, here are 15 historical landmarks you absolutely must visit in Ohio:

  6. 19/09/2013 · Naturally, the loss of any child is a traumatic experience, perhaps a first one in particular. In later editing the book A Thousand Days by her friend, historian Arthur Schlesinger, Jacqueline Kennedy affirmed that she and the President had “five children in ten years,” which he interpreted to be an understandably defensive view from her perspective, having been pregnant with that many ...

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