James Garfield

James GarfieldJames Garfield (1831-81) was the 20th President of the United States, serving for 200 days in 1881.

Garfield was a long-serving politician who had also served as a Major-General in the American Civil War. He was a strong advocate of reform and civil rights but was assassinated after less than a year in office. He was the second President to be assassinated while in office (Lincoln was the first).


James Garfield Notebooking Page

James Garfield Notebooking Page

James Garfield, 20th President of the United States, was President for just 200 days. Find out why and record it with other facts using our notebooking pages!

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Chester Arthur
Chester Arthur

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