Facts About Calvin Coolidge

Calvin Coolidge
Calvin Coolidge, 30th President of the United States
PresidencyCalvin Coolidge, 30th President of the United States, (2 August 1923 – 4 March 1929)
Political PartyRepublican Party
Born4 July 1872, Plymouth Notch, Plymouth, Vermont, United States
Died5 January 1933, Northampton, Massachusetts, United States
Cause of DeathHeart Attack
GravePlymouth Notch Cemetery, Plymouth, Vermont, United States
ParentsJohn Calvin Coolidge Sr. > Victoria Josephine Moor
SpouseGrace Goodhue Coolidge (m. 1905–1933)
Children’sJohn 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.

See also:-

List of Presidents in the United States

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