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The presidency of Chester A. Arthur began on September 19, 1881, when Arthur became the 21st President of the United States upon the assassination and death of President James A. Garfield, and ended on March 4, 1885
The presidency of Chester A. Garfield, and ended on March 4, 1885. Arthur, a Republican, had been Vice President of the United States for only 199 days when he succeeded to the presidency.
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orator and critic of 19th-century American culture and public life.
About Chester A. Arthur: Chester Alan Arthur was an American attorney and . To the surprise of reformers, Arthur took up the cause of reform, though it had once led to his expulsion from office. Arthur: Chester Alan Arthur was an American attorney and politician who served as the 21st President of the United States (1881–85); h. .In 1878 the new president, Rutherford B. Hayes, fired Arthur as part of a plan to reform the federal patronage system in New York. When Garfield won the Republican nomination for president in 1880, Arthur, an eastern Stalwart, was nominated for vice president to balance the ticket. He signed the Pendleton Act into law and strongly enforced its provisions.
Published 1888 by Weed, Parsons in Albany. Rare Annex copy 1: Gift of Mrs. John H. Barron. John Alexander Logan (1826-1886). 71 p. Number of pages. Garfield. He had been Vice President of the United States for only 199 days when he succeeded to the presidency. Arthur was a New York Republican associated with the Stalwart faction of his party. In ill health and lacking the full support of his party by the end of his term, Arthur made only a token effort for the Republican nomination in 1884.