Warren G. Harding (1865 – 1923)

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Essays about Warren G. Harding

About His Administration

First Lady
Florence Harding
Secretary of the Treasury
Andrew W. Mellon (1921–1923)
Secretary of Labor
James J. Davis (1921–1923)
Secretary of Commerce
Herbert C. Hoover (1921–1923)
Secretary of Agriculture
Henry C. Wallace (1921–1923)
Secretary of the Navy
Edwin Denby (1921–1923)
Secretary of War
John W. Weeks (1921–1923)

Facts about Warren G. Harding

Term
:
29th President of the United States (1921 – 1923)
Born
:
November 2, 1865, Corsica (now Blooming Grove), Ohio
Political Party
:
Republican
Died
:
August 02, 1923
Nickname
:
None
Education
:
Ohio Central College (graduated 1882)
Religion
:
Baptist
Marriage
:
July 8, 1891, to Florence Kling DeWolfe (1860–1924)
Children
:
None
Career
:
Editor-Publisher
Buried
:
Harding Memorial, Marion, Ohio
Writings

Rededicating America (1920), with Frederick E.Shortemeier; Our Common Country (1921), ed. by Frederick E. Shortemeier


Citation Information

Consulting Editor

Eugene Trani

Dr. Trani is the former president of Virginia Commonwealth University. His writings include:

Presidency of Warren G. Harding (part of the American Presidency Series, co-authored with David L. Wilson, The Regents Press of Kansas, 1977; second printing, 1985; third printing, 1989)

The First Cold War: The Legacy of Woodrow Wilson in U.S.-Soviet Relations (Co-authored with Donald E. Davis, published in English by University of Missouri Press, 2002; in Russian by Olma-Press Publishing House, 2002; in Chinese by Peking University Press, 2007)

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