James A. Garfield was shot by Charles J. Guiteau on July 2, 1881. As a result, President Garfield died on September 19th of that year.
President Lincoln. Im probably going to get negative comments, like ones saying that he was shot, but, when you think about it, unless you die instantly from a gunshot of from infection at POI, 75% of gun shot deats are from bleeding out.
President Jackson lived with a bullet right under his heart most of his life. He sustained this injury in a duel with Charles Dickinson in May 1806. After Charles Dickinson shot him, Jackson shot and killed Dickinson.
James Garfield was shot by Charles J. Guieatu. Afterwards Chester A. Arthur became President. p.s. Not really sure how u spell Guieteau lol
Ronald Reagan got shot in the lung and survived.
he died by getting shot
That describes Charles Guiteau, who shot President James Garfield.
No. He was shot to death early in his second term as President.
the guy who shot and killed president Garfield. it's spelled Charles though.
This led to his death 8 days later.
President Garfield was shot. One bullet got lodged in his back, leading to his eventual death.
John F Kennedy got shot and Lyndon B Johnson was sworn in.
James A Garfield was shot in Washington D.C. at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 2nd, 1881 by Charles Guiteau.
James Garfield was given treatment by Dr. Purvis after he was shot .
no presidents got shot
The death of his son Willie in 1862 was surely a personal tragedy.
Garfield served as the President of the United States for only one year because he was assassinated in 1881. He was shot by Charles J. Guiteau and eventually died from infection caused by the bullet wounds.