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How doctors killed President Garfield - CBS News

How doctors killed President Garfield

James Abram Garfield (November 1831 – September was the US President, serving from March until his assassination later that year.

James Garfield Statue, Presidents Tour, Rapid City, South Dakota - 20th President of the United States of America

James Garfield Statue, Presidents Tour, Rapid City, South Dakota - President of the United States of America

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Postcard, lawnfield, home of president james a.

The Garfield Orbit by Margaret Leech http://www.bookscrolling.com/the-best-books-to-learn-about-president-james-a-garfield/

James Abram Garfield (November 1831 – September was the US President, serving from March until his assassination later that year.

Garfield. American Presidents in general-- I have seen you too much this semester!

James Abram Garfield (November 1831 – September was the US President, serving from March until his assassination later that year.

James A. Garfield, 20th U.S. president; born 1831, assassinated 1881

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Garfield family wedding (James A Garfield Historic Site in Mentor, OH)

Garfield family wedding (James A Garfield Historic Site in Mentor, OH)

INTELLIGENT:  President James Garfield (in 1881) could write Greek with one hand while simultaneously writing Latin with the other.

INTELLIGENT: President James Garfield (in could write Greek with one hand while simultaneously writing Latin with the other.

Tintype, 1890s. Cyclists posed with their wheels as a sign of modernity and independence. Women used bicycles to travel alone, perhaps for the first time ever, and farther from home. #WomensHistoryMonth #ObjectProject #Photography

Tintype, Cyclists posed with their wheels as a sign of modernity and independence. Women used bicycles to travel alone, perhaps for the first time ever, and farther from home.

After the White House, Mrs. Garfield worked to preserve records of her husband’s career. First Lady - Lucretia Garfield | C-SPAN First Ladies: Influence & Image

lucretia Garfield Facts - Facts about American First Lady Lucretia Garfield wife of assassinated President James Garfield

The ambulance that responded to the call after William McKinley was shot at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, NY in September 1901.  In keeping with the theme of the Exposition, it was electrically powered.

# 1901 Electric Powered EMS Ambulance responding to President William McKinley being shot at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, NY.

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