William McKinley, Twenty-fifth President (1897-1901)
William McKinley, 1897, Oil on canvas by August Benziger William McKinley's "front porch" campaign for the White House in 1896 consisted mainly of speeches delivered to well-wishers flocking by train to his Canton, Ohio, home. As president, the main focus of his administration lay in responding to calls for aid in Cuba's struggle against Spanish rule. Although reluctant to meddle, McKinley felt obliged to act when the American battleship Maine blew up in Havana harbor, and interventionists…
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William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum
William and Ida McKinley's two young daughters Katie and Ida were originally interred at West Lawn Cemetery in Canton, Ohio. After it's completion in 1907, the girls were moved to the back wall of the McKinley National Memorial.