Calvin Coolidge was born on July 4th, 1872 to his biological mom, Victoria Josephine Moor, and John Calvin Coolidge.
Sister was born
On April 15th, 1875, Calvin Coolidge's sister, Abigail Gratia Coolidge was born to Victoria Josephine Moor and John Calvin Coolidge.
Coolidge's Mother dies
When Calvin was just 12 years old, his mother, Victoria Josephine Moor, died on March 15th, 1885.
Sister Unfortunately Dies
At the age of 15, Calvin Coolidge's sister, Abigail Gratia Coolidge, unfortunately died of diseases like tuberculosis on March 6th, 1890.
On June 26th, 1895, Calvin graduated from Amherst college after 4 years with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Elected for first Governmental Position
Calvin Coolidge started his climb in politics and the government when he became part of Northampton Massachusetts's council in 1898.
Calvin marries Grace Goodhue
On October 4th, 1905, Calvin Coolidge and Grace Anna Goodhue married each other in Burlington, Vermont, the birthplace of Grace.
First Son is Born
Calvin Coolidge's first child, John Coolidge, was born on September 7th, 1906, in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Second Son is Born
Calvin Coolidge's second child, Calvin Coolidge, was born on April 13th, 1908, in Northampton Massachusetts, and was the last of Coolidge's children.
Mayor of Northampton, Massachusetts
In the year 1910,Calvin Coolidge was elected the mayor of Northampton, which soon became a very important city, and the place of his death.
Elected Governor of Massachusetts
In 1919, Calvin Coolidge got elected the Governor of the state Massachusetts and was really the first huge governmental position he held before becoming Vice President.
Becomes Vice President of Warren G. Harding
On March 4th, 1921, Calvin Coolidge was inaugurated the Vice President to Warren G. Harding for the next 2 and a half years before Harding died.
Warren G. Harding's Untimely Death
While Calvin Coolidge was Warren G. Harding's Vice President, Harding surprisingly died on August 2nd, 1923, which would make Coolidge President.
Calvin Coolidge becomes 30th President of the United States
Due to the untimely death of the 29th president, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge succeeded to presidency on August 3rd, 1923.
First State of the Union
Calvin Coolidge appeared in his first State of the Union on December 6th, 1923, where he epressed his beliefs on the U.S's role in the World Court.
Immigration Bill signed
Calvin Coolidge passed the Immigration Bill which reduced the amount of immigrants allowed into the United States on May 26th, 1924.
Calvin's second son's untimely death
On July 7th, 1924, Calvin's son, Calvin Coolidge, unfortunately died of a blister on his toe which he got playing tennis in the White House with his brother, The blister became a blood infection which ended up killing him in weeks.
Officially Becomes President
Although he technically became President after the untimely death of Warren G, Harding the previous year, Calvin Coolidge convince the public to vote for him in an official election where he could truly become President. On November 4th, 1924, Coolidge won the election over La Follette and officially became President
Elected for a second term of presidency
On March 4th, 1925, Calvin Coolidge was re-elected as president for his second term as President of the United States.
Father Passes Away
Calvin Coolidge's father, John Calvin Coolidge Sr., passed away on March 18th, 1926, in Plymouth, Massachusetts, which is also where he is buried.
Cancels French Debt
Calvin Coolidge agrees to sign an agreement that will cancel 60% of the debt that France obtained during the Great War on April 29th, 1926.
Cancelling Voting Restrictions
Calvin Coolidge and the Supreme Court issued the problem of the Texas law prohibiting African Americans to vote, which they declared unconstitutional on March 7th, 1927
Deciding not to run for president again
Although he could of ran again, Calvin Coolidge decided to not run for a third term as President of the United States on
Dedicating Work on Mount Rushmore
On August 10th, 1927, Calvin Coolidge gave Mount Rushmore a proper dedication to start constructing it and continued to guide it till he passed away.
First President to appear in a "talkie"
Calvin Coolidge appeared in the first talkie, (The Jazz Singer) which starred Al Johnson. This talkie was released on October 6th, 1927.
President Hoover is Elected
Herbert Hoover was elected on November 6th, 1928, which made it official that Calvin Coolidge was no longer President of the United States anymore.
"The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge," was Calvin's autobiography that he published in 1929, featuring the events of his life and details about them.
End of Presidency
March 3rd, 1929 was the last day of his second term of presidency, making it the last day of his time in office and his time being president done.
Great Depression Starts
Shortly after Coolidge stepped down from presidency, the Great Depression started which is one of the biggest tragedies in U.S. history, which many people blamed on Coolidge for how he left the country.
Coolidge unfortunately passes away
On January 5th, 1933, Calvin Coolidge dies of coronary thrombosis, or when blood clots block the passage for the flow of blood to the heart. He died in Northampton, Massachusetts, and is buried in Notch Cemetery in Plymouth, Massachusetts