Newspaper Article About Grover Cleveland
Stephen Grover Cleveland was the 22nd and 24th president of the United States. He is the only president to serve two non-consecutie terms (1885-1889 and 1893-1897). Also he was the winner of the popular vote for president three times in 1884, 1885 and 1892. And was the one of the two Democrats. He has many Newspaper Article was talked about Grover Cleveland's events and the happen during his job.
This is the one of his Newspaper Article, the main idea for that all about hurricane. In August of 1893, he had 2 monster hurricanes happen on his watch. One storm hit New York, killing at least 20 people and a lot of people in danger. Five day later, another storm hit Savannah, Georgia. As many as 2,000 were killed, countless crops were destroyed and thousands upon thousands of dollars worth of rebuilding relief was in desperate need. This article was called “ Grover Cleveland's Hurricanes & Hurricanes Sandy”.
Another Article is about “ Federal Judges Appointed By Grover Cleveland”. Cleveland's trouble with the Senate hindered the success of his nominations to the Supreme Court in his second term. In 1893, after the death of Samuel Blatchford, Cleveland nominated William B. Hornblower to the Court. In his First Term as President continued his independent and conscientic course. He did not go far enough in civil servivice reform, but at the same time by keeping Republican government employees. In Second Term (1889) he retired tp private life as a New York City lawyer, in 1892 he was again elected President .