Taft

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Other articles related to "taft":

Luke Taft - Family
... Luke Taft was a 5th generation descendent of Robert Taft I, of the American Taft family ... Robert Taft I had settled from England in the western section of Mendon in 1679 which later became Uxbridge in 1727 ... Luke was the son of Esther and James Taft of Uxbridge, and born into a family of eight other siblings ...
Taft, Virginia
... Taft is an unincorporated community in Lancaster County in the U ... S ...
The Michelangelo - Taft Hotel
... It was renamed for President William Howard Taft in 1931 after being sold ... the hotel's most famous features was the Taft Grill ... The George Hall Orchestra (sometimes called the George Hall Taft Hotel Orchestra) performed from the hotel on Monday through Saturday at noon on CBS Radio, starring Dolly Dawn ...
Lydia Taft - Place in Early American History
... Josiah Taft was originally known as Ensign Josiah Taft in the Uxbridge Militia, and later as Lieutenant, and then Captain Josiah Taft in the French and Indian War ... It is later reported, that Josiah Taft became the largest taxpayer in the town of Uxbridge in 1756 ...
Moses Taft
... Moses Taft 2nd (January 16, 1812–April 2, 1893) was born at Uxbridge, Massachusetts ... Valley, and a member of the famous Taft family ...

Famous quotes containing the word taft:

    Next to the right of liberty, the right of property is the most important individual right guaranteed by the Constitution and the one which, united with that of personal liberty, has contributed more to the growth of civilization than any other institution established by the human race.
    —William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

    It does seem strange that the only place in the government which I would have liked to fill myself I am forced to give to another.
    —William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

    I do not think that there is any doubt about where I stand in respect to boycotts. If there is, I will just state what I think about them. They are illegal and ought to be suppressed. I would never countenance that which recognizes their legality.
    —William Howard Taft (1857–1930)