The Life of William McKinley - Vol. 1

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THE LIFE OF WILLIAM McKINLEY

BY

CHARLES S. OLCOTT

VOLUME

ONE

BOSTON AND NEW YORK

HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY

MDCCCCXVI

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • Illustrations xv
  • Chapter 1 - Ancestry and Environment 1
  • Chapter II - Boyhood Days 13
  • Chapter III - The Volunteer 22
  • Chapter IV - The Lawyer 55
  • Chapter V - Courtship and Marriage 64
  • Chapter VI - Early Political Campaigns 73
  • Chapter VII - The Tariff 86
  • Chapter VIII - The Protectionist 114
  • Chapter IX - The Mckinley Bill 158
  • Chapter X - The Currency 194
  • Chapter XI - Sectionalism 210
  • Chapter XII - Other Congressional Affairs 228
  • Chapter XIII - A National Figure 241
  • Chapter XIV - Governor of Ohio 269
  • Chapter XV - The Presidential Campaign 293
  • Chapter XVI - Choosing the Cabinet 327
  • Chapter XVII - The Inauguration 340
  • Chapter XVIII - The Dingley Tariff 350
  • Chapter XIX - The Currency 353
  • Chapter XX - Civil-Service Reform 362
  • Chapter XXI - The Isthmian Canal 367
  • Chapter Xxll - Hawaii 376
  • Chapter XXIII - Cuba 380
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