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William McKinley Biography Workbook
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William McKinley Biography Workbook - Free to print (PDF file). For high school United States History students.
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U.S. President William McKinley (1843-1901): Learn all about United States President William McKinley, assassinated by an anarchist in 1901. Learn about his daring exploits during the Civil War, late 19th-century politics, and yellow journalism, as well as about McKinley's presidency, which saw the annexation of Hawaii and victory in the Spanish-American War.

This workbook is fourteen pages in length. It features numerous questions and activities interspersed throughout the text. Part of our Biography Workbooks series, it is designed for high school United States History students. Click here to print. The answer key is below.
 
 
 
 
Answer Key - 1. C - extraneous; 2. A - arbitrary; 3. C - disparaging; 4. D - government for the wealthy; 5. D - vulgar; 6. B - fastidious; 7. C - sordid; 8. B - False; 9. Civil War; 10. B - Methodists; 11. Niles, Trumbull County, Ohio; 12. Niles, Ohio; 13. C - uncontrollable; 14. B - predicted; 15. B - length of time that something lasts; 16. 400; 17. Twenty-third Ohio infantry; 18. Army of Northern Virginia; 19. Antietam (September 17, 1862); 20. Answers will vary; 21. fortifications; 22. B - caisson; 23. A - brigade; 24. A - brevet; 25. Albany Law School; 26. Miss Ida Saxton; 27. B - 1867; 28. Republicans; 29. B - coined money; 30. C - mayor; 31. 1890; 32. D - vindicate; 33. He attended the convention as a friend and supporter of John Sherman; 34. A - canvass; 35. A - True; 36. William Jennings Bryan; 37. C - 1898; 38. Maine; 39. Commodore George Dewey; 40. Invasion and capture of Puerto Rico; 41. Manila; 42. Havana; 43. D - San Juan; 44. B - Hawaii; 45. C - indemnity; 46. Paris, France, on December 10, 1898; 47. B - False; 48. September 14, 1901; 49. Answers will vary.
 
 
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