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First Ladies National Historic Site/National First Ladies Library


205 Market Avenue
Canton, OH 44702
United States

(??.? miles from you)

Visit Web Site FILA_Info@nps.gov

Call: 330-452-0876


First Ladies National Historic Site/National First Ladies Library

Rutherford Hayes & William McKinley: Brothers in War & Politics
Rutherford Hayes & William McKinley: Brothers in War & Politics
Rutherford Hayes & William McKinley: Brothers in War & Politics
Rutherford Hayes & William McKinley: Brothers in War & Politics
Cost: Free
Booking options: Open to Public
Ages: All Ages
Plan to spend:
Friday, July 26th 2024
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

Rutherford Hayes and William McKinley were two of the most consequential figures in late-nineteenth century America. Both Ohioans, they would each serve as Congressmen from the state, and also be elected governor of Ohio multiple times. Their bond was forged in the harrowing theatre of the Civil War, where they served together in the Ohio 23rd Volunteer Regiment.

Join historians Dave Huthmacher and Josh Dubbert for a conversation about the interesting relationship of two future presidents!

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First Ladies National Historic Site/National First Ladies Library

205 Market Avenue

Canton, OH United States

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    First Ladies National Historic Site/National First Ladies Library

    Third Thursdays Night Out with the First Ladies - July

    First Ladies National Historic Site/National First Ladies Library

    Third Thursdays Night Out with the First Ladies - July
    For our July Third Thursday, we’ll be doing a deep dive into the educational efforts and occupations of Caroline Harrison and Helen Taft. Both of these impressive women lived throughout the Gilded Age and their lives were vastly different. Still, they were both led to education centered around the arts. Whether it was music or painting, these educators who later became First Lady of the United States furthered the lives and education of the individuals they tutored!

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