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  2. Leon Czolgosz - Wikipedia

    Leon Frank Czolgosz (/ ˈ tʃ ɒ l ɡ ɒ ʃ / CHOL-gosh, Polish: [ˈlɛɔn ˈt͡ʂɔwɡɔʂ]; May 5, 1873 – October 29, 1901) was a former socialist, American steelworker, 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. While various sources, including police documents, list his birthplace as Detroit, others claim that Czolgosz was born in Alpena ...

  4. Leon - Wikipedia

    Leon Russell (1942–2016), American singer and songwriter; People with the name. Leon (given name), people whose first name is Leon; Leon (surname) Arts and entertainment Fictional characters. Leon (Dead or Alive) Leon (Squirrel Boy) Leon, main character from the game The Legend of Oasis; Leon, a character on The Andy Griffith Show

  5. Leon CzolgoszWikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

    Leon Frank Czolgosz (ur. w maju 1873 w Alpenie, zm. 29 października 1901 w Auburn) – amerykański sympatyk anarchizmu, zabójca prezydenta Williama McKinleya. Życiorys [ edytuj | edytuj kod ] Czolgosz pochodził z rodziny polskich imigrantów.

  6. Emma Goldman - Wikipedia

    Leon Czolgosz insisted that Goldman had not guided his plan to assassinate US President William McKinley, but she was arrested and held for two weeks. On September 6, 1901, Leon Czolgosz , an unemployed factory worker and registered Republican, shot US President William McKinley twice during a public speaking event in Buffalo, New York .

  7. William McKinley - Wikipedia

    His achievements were cut short when he was fatally shot on September 6, 1901, by Leon Czolgosz, an anarchist. McKinley died eight days later and was succeeded by Vice President Theodore Roosevelt. As an innovator of American interventionism and pro-business sentiment, McKinley is generally ranked as an above-average president. His popularity ...

  8. John Wilkes Booth | Conspiracy, Siblings, Death, & Facts

    John Wilkes Booth, (born May 10, 1838, near Bel Air, Maryland, U.S.—died April 26, 1865, near Port Royal, Virginia), member of one of the United States’ most distinguished acting families of the 19th century and the assassin who killed U.S. Pres. Abraham Lincoln. Booth was the 9th of 10 children born to the actor Junius Brutus Booth. He showed excellent theatrical potential early on but ...

  9. Assassins (musical) - Wikipedia

    Assassins is a musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and a book by John Weidman, based on an original concept by Charles Gilbert Jr.. Using the framing device of an all-American, yet sinister, carnival game, the semi-revue portrays a group of historical figures who attempted (successfully or not) to assassinate Presidents of the United States, and explores what their presence in ...

  10. Theodore Roosevelt - Facts, Presidency & Death - HISTORY

    On September 6, 1901, a deranged anarchist named Leon Czolgosz shot McKinley at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York. McKinley died eight days later, and Roosevelt was sworn in as the ...

  11. Capital punishment by the United States federal government

    Capital punishment is a legal penalty under the criminal justice system of the United States federal government.It can be imposed for treason, espionage, murder, large-scale drug trafficking, or attempted murder of a witness, juror, or court officer in certain cases.