The Citizen, Soldier and Statesman.
The Illustrious Life
MARTYRED PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
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White House, his assassination at Buffalo, and his tragic struggle
with death and pathetic parting with his noble wife at the Milburn
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deed that laid low one of the greatest figures in our history, our
beloved President McKinley.
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tyrannical rule of our new island possessions, of the noble-souled
advance agent of prosperity, of the friend of American labor and
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