____, the 20th President of the United States, was a man of many talents. In the years before he became president, he was a professor of ancient languages, a college president, a lawyer, an ordained minister, an Ohio legislator, a U.S. Representative, an Army chief of staff and major general, and a U.S. Senator. One of the first presidential candidates to actively campaign for the office, ____ is known for his support for education and the full rights of citizenship for African-Americans. After only four months in office, ____ was shot in the back by Charles Guiteau, a disappointed office seeker. He lived for 80 days and finally died of slow blood poisoning. The length of time he lay dying caused Congress to consider the question of when a Vice-President should become President.
He married Lucretia Rudolph and had seven children.
His campaign biography, written by Horatio Alger, emphasized his "rags-to-riches" life story.
The first elevator in the White House was installed for this president's pioneer mother, "Grandma ____."
He was once accused of having "the backbone of an angleworm."
This president once said "I love agitation and investigation and glory in defending unpopular truth against popular error."
Who is this president?
James A. Garfield John Quincy Adams Grover Cleveland John F. Kennedy Franklin D. Roosevelt Rutherford B. Hayes