March 4, 1885 in History
Event:
Grover Cleveland inaugrated as 1st Democratic President since Civil War




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Grover Cleveland History:
June 24, 1908 - Grover Cleveland, 22nd and 24th President, 1885 - 1889, 1893 - 1897, dies at 71
March 4, 1893 - Grover Cleveland (D) inaugrated as 24th U.S. president (2nd term)
November 8, 1892 - Grover Cleveland (D) elected president
June 5, 1888 - Democrats nominate Grover Cleveland for president
October 28, 1886 - Statue of Liberty dedicated by President Grover Cleveland
June 2, 1886 - Grover Cleveland is 1st to wed during presidency, Frances Folsom
November 4, 1884 - Grover Cleveland (D) beats James G Blaine (R) for 1st President term
March 18, 1837 - Grover Cleveland, born in New Jersey, 22nd/24th President, 1885-89, 93-97


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