2 edition of Inaugural address of Gov. John W. Geary, delivered January 15, 1867. found in the catalog.
Inaugural address of Gov. John W. Geary, delivered January 15, 1867.
John White Geary
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 20461|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||97104706|
John White Geary Born in Mount Pleasant, Pa., Decem , Geary was a man equally at home in politics and the military. He was a student at Jefferson College in Canons-burg, Pa., when the death of his father forced him to begin adult life early. Geary tested a number of professions before settling on law. Inaugural Address by John F. Kennedy, Janu CCSSR2. Figure out ideas when you read. CCSSR7. Integrate ideas and information from different sources. The text of this speech is in the public domain. This is part of the speech that John F. Kennedy gave when he became President of File Size: KB.
On Janu , Gov. Thomas Carney, the state's new chief executive, delivered his inaugural message. In it he urged the legislature to set about establishing a state university. Noting that the constitution required the institution, he called the attention of the legislators to the Morrill act, passed by congress the year before. J.P. Morgan, tycoon banker and a close friend to President Stephen Grover Cleveland, observed that “a man always has two reasons for the things he does a good one and the real one.”  In the case for reconstruction the Republicans who ruled the senate majority knew they needed to do something to prevent the reseating or readmitting of Southern senators as well as keeping the votes . The son of Richard and Margaret White Geary, John Geary attended Jefferson College at Canonsburg, Pennsylvania but dropped out when his father died. Geary's father left his family with debt from unsuccessful business ventures, a debt which John Geary worked off as a teacher, a store clerk and as an engineer for the railroad until the Mexican.
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