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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Mr. William McKinley.
Mrs. William McKinley.
Mr. William McKinley, Father of the President.
Mrs. William McKinley, Mother of the President.
John Hay, Secretary of State.
John D. Long, Secretary of the Navy.
Lyman J. Gage, Secretary of the Treasury.
Elihu Root Secretary of War.
Ethan A. Hitchcock, Secretary of the Interior.
James Wilson, Secretary of Agriculture.
James Emery Smith, Postmaster General.
P. C. Knox. Attorney General.
James Abram Garfield, Assassinated in i88r.
Abraham Lincoln. Assassinated in 1865.
Leon Czolgosz, the Assassin of McKinley.
The Capitol, Washington, D. C.
The Whitehouse, Washington, D. C.
The Milburn House, Buffalo.
McKinley Residence, Canton, Ohio.
Mrs. Win. McKinley, Mother of the President.
Mr. Abner McKinley.
Rt. Rev. Bishop Samuel Fallows, D. D. , LL. D.
Brevet Brigadier General Samuel Fallows.
President Roosevelt's Children.
United States Senator Wm. E. Mason.
President McKinley and the Spanish War Cabinet.
President Lincoln and his Cabinet.
The Last Farewell.
Mr. McKinley at Age of 16.
Mr. McKinley at Age of 18.
Mr. McKinley at Age of 22.
Mr. McKinley as First Lieutenant Twenty-third Ohio, O. V. I., taken December, 1862.
The Receiving Vault.
Birthplace of McKinley.
The Emergency Hospital, Buffalo.
Leaving Milburn Residence for City Hall, Buffalo.
Arrival of the Funeral Train at Canton, Ohio, from Washington.
House in Poland. Ohio, where McKinley Lived While Attending School.
Poland. Ohio. Seminary, Where McKinley Attended School.
Post Office, Poland. Ohio, Where McKinley. was Clerk.
Sparrow House. Poland, Ohio. Where McKinley Enlisted in 1861.
McKinley Carrying Dispatches from Gen. Hayes to Gen. Crook.
McKinley Removing an Abandoned Battery in the Face of the Enemy.
McKinley Directing Gen. Sheridan to Gen. Crook's Headquarters After the Famous Ride from Winchester.
McKinley at the Battle of Antietam Serving Coffee and Meat Under Fire.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER II.–Funeral Processions and Rites.-Funeral of the President-
Services at Buffalo~The Funeral Procession to Washington-Services in
CHAPTER III.-Expressive Tributes from Foreign Lands-London-Westmin-
ster Abbey—Sorrow of the Press- Telegram from King Edward VII.-
CHAPTER X.—Nominated for President—The St. Louis Convention, June 16,
1896—Thos. B. Reed-Senator William B. Allison-Levi P. Morton-Gen-
-Rev. John R. Scott-Senator-Elect Foraker-Reading of the Platform-
CHAPTER XVII.-RENOMINATED AND RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT—Convention in Phila-
delphia Met June 19, 1900—Senator Wolcott-Senator Henry Cabot Lodge
CHAPTER XXVIII.—THEODORE ROOSEVELTAddresses and Tributes to His
Character— The Strenuous Life—The American Need of a Strong Navy-
sassinations—Haymarket Square Murder, Chicago-Herbert Spencer-Herr
of the Law Makers, Etc.—Editorials of Many Leading Journals, Etc.......405-438
Thurston at the St. Louis Convention, June 17, 1896–Close of the Book....449-453