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Presidents Years 1860-1928

  • March 4th 1860, Abraham Lincoln

    March 4th 1860, Abraham Lincoln
    Remembered for his vital role as leader in preserving the union during the civil war. he was a string supporter of the thirteenth ammendment and fought hard until confederacy was defeated.
  • Andrew Johnson

    Andrew Johnson
    He signed the civil rights bill. Created new federal civil rights. Also, purchased Alaska from the Russian Empire.
  • Ulysses S. Grant

    Ulysses S. Grant
    Accomplished the enforcement of civil rights for americans in the reconstruction states. he also signed the Amnesty Act of 1872. Grant signed bills that promoted Black voting rights.
  • Rutherford B. Hayes

    Rutherford B. Hayes
    Signed the domestic act. Also, signed the bill requirement for black rights. He passed the bill allowing female attourneysto argue cases before the supreme court of the U.S.
  • James A. Garfield

    James A. Garfield
    Attempted to reestablish the Independence o fthe presidency. also, he started the work of the Pendleton civil service reform act.
  • Chester A. arthur

    Chester A. arthur
    Signed the Tariff Act of 1883. Congress passed the Pendleton Act. He also signed the edmunds act that banned bigamists and polygamists from voting and holding office.
  • Grover Cleveland

    Grover Cleveland
    Signed an Act creating the interstate commerce commission. He angered railroad investors by ordering an investigation of western lands they held by government.
  • Benjamin Harrison

    Benjamin Harrison
    Harrison passed the Sherman Antitrust Act. He also passed the dependent and disability pensions act. Also, the Silver Sherman Purchase Act.
  • William McKinley

    William McKinley
    Signed annexing the replublic of Hawaii to the United States. Also, in the civil service administration, McKinley reformed the stystem to make it more flexible in critical areas.
  • Theodore Roosevelt

    Theodore Roosevelt
    Issued a corollary to the Monroe Doctrine. Made the Whitehouse the center of the news everyday providong interviews and photo opportunities.