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Grover Cleveland by Sydney Fogarty Sydney FogartyBusch Presention Prepared For Mr. Berg’s 5 th grade class 2008.

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2 Grover Cleveland by Sydney Fogarty Sydney FogartyBusch Presention Prepared For Mr. Berg’s 5 th grade class 2008

3 Table of Contents  Title Page …………………………………………..….pg1  Table of Contents …………………………….………pg2  Key Terms………………………………………..……pg3  Question 1 ……………………………..……………...pg4  Question 2 ………………………….…………………pg5  Question 3……………………….…………………….pg6  Question 4…………………………….……………….pg7  Question 5…………………………….……………….pg8  Question 6………………………….………………….pg9  Final Thoughts…………………………….…………..pg10

4 Key Terms Democrat: One of the two major political parties in the U.S., founded in Democrat: One of the two major political parties in the U.S., founded in Veto: to reject Veto: to reject Malignant tumor: A tumor than carries cancer Malignant tumor: A tumor than carries cancer Depression: sadness, gloom Depression: sadness, gloom

5 Question 1 What are some interesting facts about Grover Cleveland? The Baby Ruth candy Bar was invented after his daughter. His real name is Stephen Grover Cleveland. He’s on the thousand dollar bill. Grover Cleveland was 5ft and 11in tall. His nick name was Mr. Veto. They found a malignant tumor in his mouth.

6 Question 2. What did Grover Cleveland think was most important about being president? He thought the most important thing was to do right because his final words were “I tried so hard to do right.” He thought the most important thing was to do right because his final words were “I tried so hard to do right.”

7 Question 3 What political party did he belong to? Who were his cabinet members? Grover Cleveland was in the Democratic Grover Cleveland was in the DemocraticParty. His cabinet members were Thomas F. Bayard, Daniel Manning, Lucius Q.C. Lamar, William F. Vilas, William C. Whitney, William C. Endicott, Augustus H. Garland.

8 Question 4 How did Grover Cleveland make a difference? He made a difference by making the law that a president could only be elected for 2 terms. He made a difference by making the law that a president could only be elected for 2 terms.

9 Question 5 Was the country better or worse when he left? Explain After his first term the country was worse because President Benjamin Harrison almost put the country in depression. That’s why Grover Cleveland was re-elected for his 2 nd term. After his first term the country was worse because President Benjamin Harrison almost put the country in depression. That’s why Grover Cleveland was re-elected for his 2 nd term.

10 Question 6 Is Grover Cleveland still alive, if yes where does he live today. If no, how and were did he die and where is Grover Cleveland buried. Is Grover Cleveland still alive, if yes where does he live today. If no, how and were did he die and where is Grover Cleveland buried. Grover Cleveland is not alive. He died in New Jersey on June 24, Grover Cleveland is not alive. He died in New Jersey on June 24, He died of heart failure and is buried in Princetion Cemetery, Princeton, NJ. He died of heart failure and is buried in Princetion Cemetery, Princeton, NJ.

11 Final Thoughts It was hard and fun at the same time. It was interesting finding out stuff about Grover Cleveland. I had fun working on the computer. I liked making a power point. I hope you learned about Grover Cleveland in my power point.


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