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Rutherford Hayes Timeline


Short Biography of President Rutherford Hayes
Lifespan: 1822 - 1893
Rutherford Hayes was born on October 4, 1822 in Delaware, Ohio
Rutherford Hayes died on January 17, 1893 in Fremont, Ohio
Nineteenth President of America - His term in office was from 1877 to 1881

Why was Rutherford Hayes famous?

Rutherford Hayes was famous as the nineteenth President of the United States of America and ended Reconstruction in the South recalling the troops and allowing the South to govern itself.

The next US President was James Garfield.
 

1822

 

Rutherford Hayes was born on October 4, 1822 in Delaware, Ohio

1835

 

Texas War for Independence begins

1837

 

Battle of the Alamo

1838

 

1838-1839: The Trail of Tears

1842

 

Kenyon College (graduated 1842)

1845

 

Harvard Law School (graduated 1845)

1846

 

Mexican-American War begins.

1852

 

Rutherford Hayes was married on December 30, 1852 to Lucy Ware Webb Hayes (Lucy Hayes was the first president's wife to be called First Lady of the Land). They had 8 Children.

1859

 

Oregon admission to the US
Harper's Ferry Raid

1860

 

Pony Express begins

1861

 

The American Civil War, also called the War between the States, was waged from April 1861 until April 1865. The 4 year war was between the federal government of the United States and 11 Southern states that asserted their right to secede (withdraw) from the Union. Abraham Lincolnwas the central figure of the American Civil War.

1863

 

Battle of Gettysburg

1864

 

Sand Creek Massacre

1865

 

Abraham Lincoln assassinated
United States Civil War ends

1866

 

Civil Rights Act of 1866
Ku Klux Klan founded

1867

 

Alaska Purchase from Russia

1865-67

 

Member of U.S. House of Representatives, 1865-67

1868-72

 

Governor of Ohio, 1868-72

1876-77

 

Governor of Ohio, 1876-77

1877

 

1877 Rutherford Hayes became the President of the United States of America

1877

 

Compromise of 1877 (End of Reconstruction) Reconstruction (1865–1877), the system of bringing the Southern states back into the Unites States after the Civil War.

1878

 

Bland-Allison Act (1878)

1880

 

Pronounced the necessity of creating an American controlled canal in Panama (1880)

1881

 

The Presidency of Rutherford Hayes ended

1882

 

Chinese Exclusion Act and European Restriction Act

1890

 

Yosemite National Park created
Wounded Knee Massacre

1893

 

Rutherford B. Hayes died of a of heart attack on January 17, 1893 in Fremont, Ohio and was buried in Spiegel Grove State Park.

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