Facts About Calvin Coolidge
|Presidency||Calvin Coolidge, 30th President of the United States, (2 August 1923 – 4 March 1929)|
|Political Party||Republican Party|
|Born||4 July 1872, Plymouth Notch, Plymouth, Vermont, United States|
|Died||5 January 1933, Northampton, Massachusetts, United States|
|Cause of Death||Heart Attack|
|Grave||Plymouth Notch Cemetery, Plymouth, Vermont, United States|
|Parents||John Calvin Coolidge Sr. > Victoria Josephine Moor|
|Spouse||Grace Goodhue Coolidge (m. 1905–1933)|
|Children’s||John Coolidge > Calvin Coolidge Jr.|
More Facts About Calvin Coolidge
- Calvin Coolidge used the media well as “the most photographed person on earth”.
- Calvin Coolidge was known to be frugal and stoic. A man of simple tastes.
- Calvin Coolidge secured reductions in taxes for wealthy Americans referred to as the “Coolidge prosperity”.
- Calvin Coolidge encouraged reckless stock market speculation.
- In 1924, he signed the Indian Citizen act which granted automatic American citizenship to all U.S.-born native Americans.
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