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Text:"... to trace back for a few generations the line from which the reform Governor sprang. Aaron Cleveland, the great-grandfather of StephenGroverCleveland, was born February 9, 1774, at East Haddam..."
Date:Between 1837 and 1908
Place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"... RESOLVES. Od the 18th day of March, 1837, there was bom, in the little town of C»ldnell, Essex count;, New Jersey, a child DpoD whom its parents bestowed the name of StephenGroverCleveland. The father..."
Date:Between 1837 and 1908
Place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"..., then, if you aint afraid of me nor my dog, maybe you aint afraid to give me your name, said Close. *« Not a bit, my names StephenGroverCleveland, and Im not ashamed of it, said the boy. ** Ah ha..."
Date:Between 1837 and 1908
Place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"... to talk upon that subject. jAnd so you want my reminiscences of StephenGroverCleveland as a school-boy, do you? said Mr. Blanchard. Well, as I think of bim now I wonder if Grover was ever a boy. He bad..."
Date:Between 1837 and 1908
Place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"...THE STANDARD BEARERS.- OFFICIAL EDITfON. - THE- SW-i^eru, AUTHORIZED PICTORIAL LIVES OF STEPHENGROVERCLEVELAND AND THOMAS ANDREWS HENDRICKS. BEING A FUU* AND AUTHBNTIO NARRATIYB OF THE ANGB8TKT AVD..."
Date:Between 1837 and 1908
Place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"... with a foreign policy, **the man from Maine, in fact, this is James 6. Blaine, the Bepublican candidate for President of the United States. ^Look upon this picture, and on this. StephenGroverCleveland..."
Date:Between 1837 and 1908
Place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"... pupil evinced a perfect readiness to talk upon that subject. **And so you want my reminiscences of StephenGroverCleveland as a school-boy, do you? said Mr. Blanchard. * Well, as I think of him now I..."
Date:Between 1837 and 1908
Place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"...QHOVER CLETEI^KD. 73 picture oftha man, brave, noble, eiraple, true and honest; the man thatia all of the requirements of life did measure up. Such a man is StephenGroverCleveland, who in every..."
Date:Between 1837 and 1908
Place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"... to the West Indies. This is the record of the house of Cleveland so far as it would prove of interest to the reader. Here we see the Puritan blood of New England mixing, in the person of StephenGrover..."
Date:Between 1837 and 1908
Place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"... with a foreign policy, the man from Maine, in fact, this is James G. Blaine, the Bepublicao candidate for President of the United States. ■Look upoQ this picture, and on thla. StephenGroverCleveland..."
Date:Between 1837 and 1908
Place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"..., if you aint afraid of me nor my dog, maybe you aint afraid to give mo your name, suid Close. Not a bit, my names StephenGroverCleveland, and Im not ashamed of it, said the boy. Ah ha! said the old..."
Date:Between 1837 and 1908
Place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"... are the words, "My son, StephenGroverCleveland, from his loving mother." Display of Self Confidence. The late Senator Ingalls, himself a brilliant orator, once confessed that he was stricken dumb..."
Date:June 25 1908
Publication:Montpelier, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... On the outside cover Is inscribed in gilt letters the name S. G. Cleveland, and on the fly leaf In his mother's handwriting are the words, My son. StephenGroverCleveland, from his loving mother.Display of Self..."
Date:June 25 1908
Publication:Elkhart, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... Cleveland." and ou the fly leaf in liU mother's haudwriliug are the words, ".My son. StephenGroverCleveland, from his loving niolher." Display of Self Confidence. The late Seuutor lugulls, himself..."
Date:June 24 1908
Publication:Iola, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...»^ My son, StephenGroverCleveland» from bis loving mother.¿ Display of Sell Confidence. The late Senator Ingalls, himself a brillianl; orator, once confessed that he ■was stricken dumb with wonderment..."
Date:June 24 1908
Publication:Hartford City, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...'s writing table in his library at Princeton. Ou the outside cover is inscribed in gilt letters the uame S. G. Cleveland,” and on the fly leaf in his mother's handwriting are the words. “My son. StephenGrover..."
Date:June 25 1908
Publication:Sullivan, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...,'' and on the tly leaf in his mother's handwriting are the words. ".My son, StephenGroverCleveland, from his loving mother,"Display of Self Confidence. The late Senator Ingalls, himself a brilliant orator, once..."
Date:July 1 1908
Publication:Jefferson, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... in front of the capítol when StephenGroverCleveland pre^d his mother's gift to his lips, and before it was returned to him Mr. Middietcn, the clerk of the Supreme Court entered a formal record on tlie..."
Date:Sep 15 1899
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... are the words, My son, StephenGroverCleveland, from his loving mother. Display of Self Confidence. The late Senator Ingalls, himself a brilliant orator, once confessed that he was stricken dumb with wonderment..."
Date:June 25 1908
Publication:Montpelier, Indiana, United States of America