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Grover Cleveland
(1837 - 1908)

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1837 Born 18 March, in Caldwell, New Jersey
1859 Admitted to the bar
1870 Elected sheriff of Erie County, New York
1881 Elected mayor of Buffalo, New York
1882 Elected Governor of New York
1884 Wins Presidential election
1886 Marries 21-year-old Frances Folsom in June
1888 Defeated in Presidential election
1891 Daughter, Ruth, born
1892 Elected President
1893 Cleveland opposes Annexation of Hawaii; daughter, Esther, born; diagnosed with cancer; Sherman Silver Purchase Act of 1890 repealed;Panic of 1893
1894 Sends troops to break Pullman strike
1895 Controversy with Great Britain over Venezuela; daughter, Marion, born
1897 Son, Richard, born
1903 Son, Francis, born
1908 Dies 24 June in Princeton, New Jersey from a heart attack
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