What is McKinley?

  • (noun): 25th President of the United States; was assassinated by an anarchist (1843-1901).
    Synonyms: William McKinley, President McKinley
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Schurman Commission - Survey Visit To The Philippines
... President McKinley's instructions to the Commission, issued in Washington before the outbreak of hostilities, however, had not authorized it to discuss an armistice ... commission requested authorization from McKinley to offer a specific plan ... McKinley authorized an offer of a government consisting of "a Governor-General appointed by the President cabinet appointed by the Governor-General a general advisory council elected by the people ...
List Of Recurring Blue Heelers Characters - Charlie McKinley
... Charlie McKinley was a fictional recurring character in the long-running series Blue Heelers ... He played the older brother to constable Dash McKinley and had a primary school aged daughter who was often compared to dash, as a bit of a loudmouth and troublemaker ...
List Of United States Political Families (M) - The McKinleys
... David Allison McKinley (1829–1892), U.S ... Brother of William McKinley ... William McKinley (1843–1901), U.S ...
Assassination Of William Mc Kinley - Shooting and Death of McKinley - At The Temple of Music
... When given the opportunity to host a public reception for President McKinley, fair organizers chose to site it in the Temple of Music—Louis L ... aisle, running from the east doors through which the public would be admitted, to where McKinley would stand ... members of the public shook hands with McKinley, they would continue on to exit the building ...
Mc Kinley Field
28.82222°N 99.10889°W / 28.82222 -99.10889 McKinley Field IATA none – ICAO none – FAA LID T30 Summary Airport type Public Owner Don McKinley ... It is privately owned by Don McKinley ...

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    The mission of the United States is one of benevolent assimilation.
    —William McKinley (1843–1901)

    Major [William] McKinley visited me. He is on a stumping tour.... I criticized the bloody-shirt course of the canvass. It seems to me to be bad “politics,” and of no use.... It is a stale issue. An increasing number of people are interested in good relations with the South.... Two ways are open to succeed in the South: 1. A division of the white voters. 2. Education of the ignorant. Bloody-shirt utterances prevent division.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)