Calvin Coolidge

  • Fathers Birth

    Fathers Birth
    Calvin Coolidge's father was born
  • Mothers Birth

    Mothers Birth
  • Birth

    Calvin Coolidge was born on July 4th, 1872 in Plymouth, Vermont.
  • Sisters Birth

    Sisters Birth
    Abigail Grace Coolidge was born
  • Mothers Death

    Mothers Death
    Calvins mother died on March 14,1885.
  • High School

    High School
    He attended high school at St. Johnsbury Academy
  • Sisters Death

    Sisters Death
    Calvin Coolidge's sister died at this time.
  • College

    Calvin Coolidge went to Amherst College in 1891 and studied law and passed the bar exam.
  • Lawyer

    He passed the bar exam and became a lawyer
  • Married

    Calvin Coolidge married Grace Ann Goodhue.
  • First Son

    First Son
    Calvin and his wife had his first child named John Coolidge in Northampton, Massachusetts.
  • Second Son

    Second Son
    Calvin and his wife had their second child, Calvin Coolidge Jr.
  • Classification Act of 1923 Passed

    Classification Act of 1923 Passed
    This law passed in 1923 to the creation of a standard rating scale, which required supervisors to rate employees for each service revenue.
  • First Day of Presidency

    First Day of Presidency
    After Warren G. Harding's, the 29th president, death Calvin Coolidge immediately became president.
  • Martial Law and the KKK

    Martial Law and the KKK
    Governor J. C. Walton places Oklahoma under martial law in order to suppress the increasing terrorism of the Ku Klux Klan, which has reemerged in the South and Midwest in response to worsening economic conditions.
  • Immigration Act of 1924 Passed

    Immigration Act of 1924 Passed
    A law that has passed that restricted immigration into the United States.
  • Second Son Death

    Second Son Death
    His second son dies form playing on a tennis court without shoes and dies from sepsis.
  • Dawes Plan

    Dawes Plan
    The Dawes Plan is signed by the United States, France, Great Britain, Italy, and Belgium to solve the German reparations problem and to end the occupation of the Ruhr by French and Belgium troops.
  • Marines Withdraw from Dominican Republic

    Marines Withdraw from Dominican Republic
    The last U.S. Marines, first sent to Santo Domingo in 1916 by Woodrow Wilson, withdraw from the Dominican Republic, finalizing a process begun three years earlier by Secretary of State Charles Evans Hughes.
  • The Hay-Quesada is ratified

    The Hay-Quesada is ratified
    The Hay-Quesada Treaty is an agreement reached between the governments of Cuba and the United States, which was negotiated in 1903 but was ratified in 1925.
  • Isle of Pines Treaty Ratified

    Isle of Pines Treaty Ratified
    The Isle of Pines Treaty is finally ratified by the Senate. Pending since 1904, the treaty recognizes Cuban possession of the Isle of Pines.
  • Fathers Death

    Fathers Death
    Calvin Coolidges father died March 18, 1926
  • Cancelling French Debt

    Cancelling French Debt
    France and the United States sign an agreement that eventually cancels sixty percent of the French debt from the Great War.
  • Air Commerce Act Passed

    Air Commerce Act Passed
    The Air Commerce Act is passed by Congress. While the federal government already subsidized airmail, this act gave the Commerce Department regulatory powers over sectors of the aviation industry, such as the licensing of pilots and aircrafts.
  • Army Air Corps Distinguished Flying Cross

    Army Air Corps Distinguished Flying Cross
    Congress establishes the Army Air Corps and the Distinguished Flying Cross.
  • KKK Demonstrates in Washington

    KKK Demonstrates in Washington
    The Ku Klux Klan holds a massive political demonstration in Washington, D.C. Possibly the largest Klan parade in history, around 40,000 men and women march down Pennsylvania Avenue decked out in their white Klan robes, a scene which reflects the group's resurgence during the 1920s.
  • Naval Depot Explodes

    Naval Depot Explodes
    A naval ammunition depot at Lake Denmark, New Jersey, explodes after it is struck by lightning. With explosions continuing for several days, 31 dead, and $93 million in damages, it is the worst such disaster in the history of the U.S. military.
  • Left Office

    Left Office
    Calvin Coolidge left office in 1929.
  • The Death of Silent Cal

    The Death of Silent Cal
    Calvin Coolidge dies January 5,1933 from a heart disease
  • First Son Death

    First Son Death
    John Coolidge died of old age.