Who is President Taft?

  • (noun): 27th President of the United States and later chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1857-1930).
    Synonyms: Taft, William Howard Taft

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Richard Elihu Sloan - Governorship
... Shortly after the inauguration of President William Howard Taft, Sloan was summoned to the White House ... In October 1909, Sloan escorted President Taft on a tour of the territory that visited the Grand Canyon, Yuma, Phoenix, and Prescott before going to El Paso, Texas to meet Mexican President ... President Taft signed Arizona's enabling act into law on June 20, 1910 ...
Taft Family - Mendon-Uxbridge Connections To The Ohio Tafts, Presidential Ancestors
... President William Howard Taft's grandfather, Peter Rawson Taft I, was born in Uxbridge in 1785 and grew up there ... The "Aaron Taft house" is now on the National Historic Register ... Peter Rawson Taft I became a Vermont legislator and eventually died in Hamilton County, Cincinnati, Ohio ...
Columbus Fountain - Installation and Dedication
... President Taft overlooked the parade from the stands ... President Taft also provided the formal address ... held at the convention center, again attended by President Taft and other prominent figures ...

Famous quotes containing the words taft and/or president:

    Roosevelt could always keep ahead with his work, but I cannot do it, and I know it is a grievous fault, but it is too late to remedy it. The country must take me as it found me. Wasn’t it your mother who had a servant girl who said it was no use for her to try to hurry, that she was a “Sunday chil” and no “Sunday chil” could hurry? I don’t think I am a Sunday child, but I ought to have been; then I would have had an excuse for always being late.
    —William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

    [If not re-elected in 1864] then it will be my duty to so co-operate with the President elect, as to save the Union between the election and the inauguration; as he will have secured his election on such ground that he can not possibly save it afterwards.
    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)