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Q: Who was the President in 1896 who gave speeches from front porch?
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Why was McKinley's bid for presidency in 1896 called the front porch campaign?

McKinley did not go across the country and make speeches because it was considered undignified at the time. He received dignitaries and visitors on his front porch in Canton, Ohio and never left his house during the campaign

Who waged the front porch campaign?

William McKinley waged the front porch campaign in the 1896 United States presidential election. He conducted the campaign from his home in Canton, Ohio, where he met with supporters and delivered speeches. This method allowed him to control his message and avoid extensive travel.

Who was the president elected in the 1896?

William McKinley

When did the president admit Utah to the US?


Who was the president from 1896 to 1901?

William McKinley

Who was president during the case plessy vs Ferguson?

Plessy v. Ferguson, 163 US 537 (1896) was decided on April 13, 1896, while President Grover Cleveland was still in office. William McKinley won the Presidential election in November 1896, but didn't take office until the following year.

Who was president when Utah became a state?

Grover Cleveland was the President when Utah became a state in 1896.

What are the release dates for Broadway and Park Row Front of U-S- Post Office N-Y- - 1896?

Broadway and Park Row Front of U-S- Post Office N-Y- - 1896 was released on: USA: December 1896

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Grover Cleveland was the president when Utah was admitted to the union in Jan.1896.

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When was William McKinley elected?

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