1. In 1898, President William McKinley led the nation into war with Spain over the issue of Cuban independence; the brief and decisive conflict ended with the US in possession of Puerto Rico, the Philippines and Guam.
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5. President William McKinley sent teachers to Ellis Island in New York to teach new immigrants English, which was the language of business.
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8. President William McKinley pointed to McKinley's success at building an electoral coalition that kept the Republicans mostly in power for a generation.
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9. President William McKinley's died only months before the completion of the large marble monument to her husband in Canton, which was dedicated by President Roosevelt on September 30, 1907.
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10. President William McKinley's was thought too weak to attend the services in Washington or Canton, although she listened at the door to the service for her husband in her house on North Market Street.
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20. President William McKinley had spoken out against lynching while governor, and most African Americans who could vote supported him in 1896.
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23. President William McKinley was satisfied with the terms, but the Senate rejected them, demanding that the United States be allowed to fortify the canal.
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25. President William McKinley stood firmly in that demand even as the military situation on Cuba began to deteriorate when the American army was struck with yellow fever.
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31. President William McKinley made himself available to the public every day except Sunday, receiving delegations from the front porch of his home.
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34. President William McKinley campaigned widely for Republicans in the 1894 midterm congressional elections; many party candidates in districts where he spoke were successful.
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35. President William McKinley was easily re-elected in November 1893, receiving the largest percentage of the vote of any Ohio governor since the Civil War.
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40. President William McKinley attended the state Republican convention that nominated Hayes for a third term as governor in 1875, and campaigned again for his old friend in the election that fall.
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41. President William McKinley found time to join a Freemason lodge in Winchester, Virginia before he and Carroll were transferred to Hancock's First Veterans Corps in Washington.
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49. President William McKinley was elected governor of Ohio in 1891 and 1893, steering a moderate course between capital and labor interests.
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