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Yes, Hawaii is a state. Ohio is a state. All states recognize marriages from other states. If they didn't that would mean every married person who moved from states to another state would have to get married each time. Think how silly that would be.

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Who was the only president to serve split terms?

The first Democrat elected after the Civil War, Grover Cleveland was the only President to leave office only to return again four years later. At 44, he emerged into a political prominence that carried him to the White House in three years. Running as a reformer, he was elected Mayor of Buffalo in 1881, and later, Governor of New York. Cleveland won the Presidency with the combined support of Democrats and reform Republicans, the "Mugwumps," who disliked the record of his opponent James G. Blaine of Maine. A bachelor, Cleveland was ill at ease at first with all the comforts of the White House. "I must go to dinner," he wrote a friend, "but I wish it was to eat a pickled herring a Swiss cheese and a chop at Louis' instead of the French stuff I shall find." In June 1886 Cleveland married 21-year-old Frances Folsom; he was the only President married in the White House. He therefore was the first to run for President and win twice and the first to marry while in the White House. :-)

Was James Garfield a sailor as a young man?

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Why did many Americans consider the work of political bosses such as George Washington Plunkitt to be more about politics than philanthropy?

Political bosses were considered to be more about politics than philanthropy because they were helping people in return for the votes they needed. They also received payoffs.

Who did Garfield run against for president in 1880?

In the Presidential Election of 1880, the Republicans nominated James A. Garfield of Ohio, the Democrats nominated Winfield S. Hancock of Pennsylvania, and the Greenback-Labor Party nominated James B. Weaver of Iowa. James A. Garfield won the election, becoming the 20th President of the United States.

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Most members of the Congress didn't want to break away from England. They wanted the colonies to remain English.

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Barack Obama was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on August 4, 1961, and after his father abandoned him and his mom, his mother re-married in 1965. Her new husband was Indonesian, and they relocated there in 1967, when young Barack was about six years old. Later, in 1971, Barack would return to Hawaii to live with his maternal grandparents and finish his education.

How can you use a phrase 'an intense longing' in a sentence?

I have an intense longing to return to Hawaii.

Could you tell us where to return a CD Songs of the HEART that we purchase at the performance in Cleveland?


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How long should you be married to file married tax return in Missouri?

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"re-" is the prefix for "turn."

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