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Chester A. Arthur


The 21st president of america who ascended to office following assassination of Leader Adam A. Garfield. His effective representation of Elizabeth Jennings Graham in her 1854 civil privileges case against the brand new York Town streetcar lines led to the desegregation from the city’s streetcars. He was identified as having the kidney health problem Bright’s disease, afterwards referred to as nephritis, immediately after acquiring the oath of workplace, an ailment that he attemptedto keep personal. He wedded Ellen Lewis Herndon in Oct 1859, as well as the few had three kids jointly. He was passionate in his support of Henry Clay’s presidential bet while he is at school, occasionally resulting in fisticuffs with Adam K. Polk followers.

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Full Name Chester A. Arthur
Date Of Birth October 5, 1829
Died November 18, 1886, Chester A. Arthur House
Place Of Birth Fairfield, VT
Height 1.83 m
Profession US President
Education State and National Law School, Union College
Nationality American
Spouse Nell Arthur
Children Chester Alan Arthur II, William Lewis Herndon Arthur, Ellen Hansbrough Herndon Arthur
Parents William Arthur, Malvina Stone Arthur
Siblings Mary Arthur McElroy, Ann Eliza Arthur, Jane Arthur, George Arthur, Regina Arthur Caw, Malvina Arthur Haynesworth, Almeda Arthur Masten, William Arthur
Star Sign Libra

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