William H. Taft (1909-1913)

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VICE PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY:

James Sherman
James Sherman
Helen Taft
Helen Taft

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THE FIRST LADY:

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1908 ELECTION:

William J. Bryan
William J. Bryan

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1912 ELECTION:

Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt

 

 

 

 

 

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INAUGURATION:

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1909 Address (transcript)
Library of Congress (1909)
Joint Congressional Committee  (1909)

SUPREME COURT NOMINEES:

Charles E. Hughes
Charles E. Hughes

Mahlon Pitney (1912)
Joseph Lamar (1910)
Willis Van Devanter (1910)
Edward White (1910)
Charles Hughes (1910)
Horace Lurton (1909)

CABINET:

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Vice President:
James S. Sherman

Secretary of Agriculture:
James Wilson (1909–1913)

Secretary of Commerce and Labor:
Charles Nagel (1909–1913)

Secretary of the Interior:
Walter L. Fisher (1911–1913)
Richard A. Ballinger (1909–1911)

Attorney General:
George W. Wickersham

Secretary of the Navy:
George von L. Meyer (1909–1913)

Postmaster General:
Frank H. Hitchcock (1909–1913)

Secretary of State:
Philander C. Knox (1909–1913)

Secretary of the Treasury:
Franklin MacVeagh (1909–1913)

Secretary of War:
Henry L. Stimson (1911–1913)
Jacob M. Dickinson (1909–1911)

CONGRESS:

Speaker of the House:
Joseph G. Cannon (1903-1911)
James B. “Champ” Clark (1911-1919)

HISTORIC SITES:

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William Howard Taft National Historic Site  (Ohio)

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