If you miss the speeches that often come at a Memorial Day ceremony, we have a story for you: the story of the speech future president James A. Garfield gave at the first Memorial Day event at Arlington National Cemetery in 1868. It was, shall we say, not a short speech.
I'm sure someone has asked you this before, however, out of all the presidents that you studied for your book who was the most fascinating president and why? - Christine
If this was the highlight of the Garfield Administration, I sure wouldn't like to see the low points.
Three presidential assassination spots are clearly marked. The fourth isn't marked at all - but I may have found it.
Here's a theory for you: of all the American presidents, the one most like British superspy James Bond is the 20th president, James Garfield.
I'm watching the clock run down on my first Kickstarter [...]
It's not every day that you see a painting of an assassin inside the victim's tomb.