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  2. Leon Czolgosz - Wikipedia

    Leon F. Czolgosz (/ ˈ tʃ ɒ l ɡ ɒ ʃ / CHOL-gosh, Polish: [ˈlɛɔn ˈt͡ʂɔwɡɔʂ]; May 5, 1873 – October 29, 1901) was an American laborer and anarchist who assassinated President William McKinley on September 6, 1901, in Buffalo, New York. The president died on September 14 after his wound became infected.

  3. Leon Czolgosz, (born 1873, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.—died October 29, 1901, Auburn, New York), American labourer and anarchist who fatally shot U.S. Pres. William McKinley on September 6, 1901; McKinley died eight days later. Czolgosz was found guilty and executed.

  4. Leon Czolgosz, The Anarchist Assassin Who Shot And Killed President William McKinley Published May 19, 2022 Updated May 21, 2022 In 1901, Leon Czolgosz shot President McKinley twice at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York. He was executed for the assassination less than two months later.

  5. President William McKinley’s assassin is executed - HISTORY

    On October 29, 1901, President William McKinley ’s assassin, Leon Czolgosz, is executed in the electric chair at Auburn Prison in New York. Czolgosz had shot McKinley on September 6, 1901;...

  6. CZOLGOSZ, LEON F. - Case Western Reserve University

    McKinley died of the abdominal wound 8 days later. Czolgosz was tried by the Supreme Court of the State of New York and found guilty of murder in 2 days. He was electrocuted at the Auburn (N.Y.) State Prison on 29 Oct. 1901 and buried in an unmarked grave on the prison grounds. Johns, A. Wesley. The Man Who Shot McKinley (1970). Article Categories

  7. Leon Czolgosz Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life &...

    Leon Czolgosz was a Polish-American anarchist who assassinated American President William McKinley. Born to first generation Polish immigrant parents, he was brought up in poverty and moved from place to place. He had only five years of formal education and started working while he was in his mid teens.

  8. Leon Czolgosz was immediately caught, and, after the death of the President tried and found guilty of the killing. The assassination set off a huge anarchist scare across the nation, and Emma Goldman was arrested (quietly released a few days later), even though Czolgosz always stated that he worked alone.

  9. Leon Czolgosz Trial: 1901 |

    Leon Czolgosz was one of eight children in a poor Michigan family. Czolgosz worked in various menial jobs from childhood, and he eventually moved to Cleveland and worked in a factory. In his late 20s, Czolgosz became fascinated with anarchism.

  10. Execution of Czolgosz, with panorama of Auburn Prison Summary The film begins by showing railroad cars in the foreground with the overshadowing walls of a state prison in the background. The second camera position, from a higher elevation, pans slowly showing the yard interior of the prison and some of the large buildings.

  11. Leon Czolgosz — Wikipédia

    Leon Frank Czolgosz, né le 5 mai 1873 à Alpena dans le Michigan et mort le 29 octobre 1901 à la prison d' Auburn dans l' État de New York, est un anarchiste américain d'origine polonaise, assassin du président des États-Unis William McKinley, le 6 septembre 1901.