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Myriah Wiseman Period 3 Years of Presidency:
Born: November Oldest of 8 Florence “Fossie” Mabel Kling Harding (wife) One child Baptist Ohio Central Collge
Marion County Auditor's office Town Newspaper Citizen Coronet Band Businesses and charitable organizations Ohio state senator and as Lieutenant Governor. President Taft
“He looked like a President.” –Harry D. Harry Daugherty Republican senators hijacked the convention 60% of popular votes
19th Amendment 1 st to ten million popular votes His job was to gain back normal routines after the World War I ended. Died while in office in first term Calvin Coolidge
Peace between Germany and Austria declared Washington Conference on Limitation of Armaments Facilitated US into the joining of World Court.
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Myriah Wiseman Period 3 Years of Presidency:
By: Jordan Rynders. Father: George Tyron Harding Mother: Phoebe Elizabeth Dickerson Harding Married: Florence Kling De Wolfe ( 1860~1924 ) on July.
Info on Warren G. Harding Warren (Gamaliel) Harding was born in Ohio on November 2,1865. He was an influential newspaper publisher. Between 1899 and 1903,
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KWL. And answer these on the back.. 1. What does it mean when the constitution says “natural born citizen”? 2. Who are the senators that represent Pennsylvania.
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Overview Every year, nearly one million individuals become U.S. citizens. They must pass a test in American history and civics as part of the process.
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Harding to Coolidge This presentation is in reference to Chapter 16, Section 1 “Normalcy and Good Times”
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The President…continued Be ready to answer the following questions (Check your notes if you dont know) 1. What is the executive branchs function? 2. What.
October 25, Collect Current Event 2. Video Clips: Harding and Coolidge Presidencies Guided Reading Questions Vocabulary.
Chapter 24, Section 2 “A Desire for Normalcy” The Harding and Coolidge Administrations.
Warren Gamaliel Harding “… a poor president,… a very good friend.” David Jacobs.
Woodrow Wilson Chris koehn. The beginning and end of Woodrow Woodrow Wilson was born in December 28, 1856 in Staunton, Virginia Woodrow died in February.
WARREN G. HARDING The Harding Presidency. Normalcy Ohio Senator that assumed the Presidency in Republican Harding yearned for normalcy or the simpler.
CHAPTER 7: SECTION 2 The Business of Government UNITED STATES HISTORY MS. GIRBAL Monday, FEBRUARY 9, 2015 Tuesday, February 11, 2015.
The Harding Administration A.After appointing several friends to positions in the government, President Harding endured a presidency plagued by scandal.
Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.
GOVERNMENT AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS IN THE 1920S. DO NOW IDENTIFY: WARREN HARDING CALVIN COOLIDGE HERBERT HOOVER HOW ARE THEY SIMILAR?
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President # Kaydee Fry A-4. McKinley was born in Niles, Ohio in 1843.
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Politics of the Roaring Twenties. Contrast Hardings policy of normalcy with progressive era reforms. Identify scandals that plagued the Harding administration.
Voting and Political Parties. What are rights of a citizen? Rights are standards that keep institutions from harming people’s freedoms.
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THINKER BELLWORKS 1.List five things that contributed to the rural-urban divide in the 1920s. 2.The 1920’s decade was characterized by a republican shift.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins The Business of Government Section 2 Analyze how the policies of Presidents Harding and Coolidge favored business.
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