Facts about James Garfield
James Garfield was featured on the series 1886 $20 Gold Certificate,
a currency note considered to be of moderate rarity and quite valuable
James Garfield was a true dark horse Presidential candidate, one whose
name first emerged at the convention itself.
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Garfield decided that the academic life was not for him and studied
* James Garfield was featured on the series 1886 $20 Gold
James Garfield (1831-81) was sworn in as the 20th U.S.
James Garfield - Definition
James A. Garfield
James Garfield in 1849 when they were classmates at Geauga Seminary in
Chester, Ohio, and followed him to the Eclectic Institute, where they
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James Garfield - Twentieth President of the United States
By Martin Kelly, About.
On July 2, 1881, President James Garfield was shot and lingered on,
incapacitated, for more than two months.
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In 1863, he re-entered politics, being elected to the United States
House of Representatives that year.
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Alexander Graham Bell and the Garfield Assassination
James Garfield, the son of a poor farmer, was born in Cuyahoga
County, Ohio, on 19th November, 1831.
James Garfield’s father’s family is descended from Edward Garfield (or
Gearfield, Gaffield, or Gearffild) who was born in England around
James Garfield, and one in 1885 by Lucretia, his wife, which includes
the Presidential Memorial Library.
Presidents: James Garfield - Garfield's presidency was cut short by
his untimely assassination in 1881.
President, James Garfield was the major general in the United States
Army and was a member of the United States House of Representatives.
James Garfield would be 177 years old this year
James Abram Garfield, the 20th President of America, was born on 19th
James Garfield went on to be a scholar, Civil War hero, U.S.
congressman and, eventually, president of the United States.
James Garfield, Twentieth President of the United States
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Republican James Garfield defeats Democrat Winfield Scott Hancock in
the Presidential election
Election of 1880
Winfield Scott Hancock
James Garfield Vice President was Chester Arthur (1881) who became
President after his death.
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James Garfield (Just before his death)
Inaugural address, 1881
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James Garfield - from The American President
From the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of
the Ohio Bar in 1861, James Garfield was the epitome of the Horatio
Alger myth (about a self-made man who goes from rags to riches).