Warrner G Harding

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He was the first president to ride to his inauguration in an automobile.
While in office, he was the first president to visit both Alaska and Canada.
He was considered personally popular but allowed his cabinet members to take over his presidency.
He campaigned on the slogan, Return to Normalcy. My God, this is a hell of a job! I have no trouble with my enemies. But my damn friends, theyre the ones that keep me walking the floor nights. He was a newspaper editor in Marion, Ohio.
Teapot Dome & Other Scandals, 1921-23 A number of scandals occurred during Harding s presidency including Harding s Secretary of Interior Albert Fall selling the nation s oil reserves at Wyoming s Teapot Dome for personal gain.
League of Nations, 1921 President Harding refused U. S. admittance to the League of Nations Birth Place - Description: Warren G. Harding was born in a small cottage in Blooming Grove, Ohio.
The house was demolished in 1896. There is a maker at the site. Gravesite - Description: The memorial is located in a large classical rotunda built of Georgian Marble. There are flowers and ivy inside the memorial as well as a lone Japanese maple tree planted near the gravestone. Open to the public.
Home - Description: Harding and his wife Florence Kling DeWolfe lived here until their move to Washington in 1921. The house is maintained as it was at the time of Hardings residency. Open to the public.
Address: 380 Mount Vernon Avenue, Marion, OH 43302 Phone Number: 740-387-9630 Biography Before his nomination, Warren G. Harding declared, Americas present need is not heroics, but healing; not nostrums, but normalcy; not revolution, but restoration; not agitation, but adjustment; not surgery, but serenity; not the dramatic, but the dispassionate; not experiment, but equipoise; not submergence in internationality, but sustainment in triumphant nationality. A Democratic leader, William Gibbs McAdoo, called Hardings speeches an army of pompous phrases moving across the landscape in search of an idea. Their very murkiness was effective, since Hardings pronouncements remained unclear on the League of Nations, in contrast to the impassioned crusade of the Democratic candidates, Governor James M. Cox of Ohio and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Thirty-one distinguished Republicans had signed a manifesto assuring voters that a vote for Harding was a vote for the League. But Harding interpreted his election as a mandate to stay out of the League of Nations.
Harding, born near Marion, Ohio, in 1865, became the publisher of a newspaper. He married a divorcee, Mrs. Florence Kling De Wolfe. He was a trustee of the Trinity Baptist Church, a director of almost every important business, and a leader in fraternal organizations and charitable enterprises. He organized the Citizens Cornet Band, available for both Republican and Democratic rallies; I played every instrument but the slide trombone and the E-flat cornet, he ...

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