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Timeline created by CaptainCrunch
  • Boston Police Strike of 1919

    Boston Police Strike of 1919
    This gave him the most publicty and fame out of anything when begain politics(%u201CThere is no right to strike against the public safety by anybody, anywhere, any time%u201D)
  • 8 year presidency

    8 year presidency
    Calvin coolidge ran presidency for 8 years breaking the normal term for presidents
  • %u201CAmerican industry during the 1920%u2019s not merely flourished but triumphed:%u201D

    %u201CAmerican industry during the 1920%u2019s not merely flourished but triumphed:%u201D
    Gross National Product increased annually by 7% from 1924 to 1929.Industrial Production increased 70% from 1922 to 1928.Real earnings for employed wage earners increased 22% from 1922 to 1928. Throughout Presidency
  • Many Supported Factors

    Many Supported Factors
    Proposed construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway.
    Proposed more funding for aviation.
    Authorized construction of Hoover Dam.
    Designated $250 million to construct public buildings resulting in Washington D.C.%u2019s Federal Triangle (throughout presidency)
  • Foreign policy under Coolidge

    Foreign policy under Coolidge
    Favored U.S. participation in the World Court
    Withdrew U.S. troops from Nicaragua
    Avoided war with Mexico and restored good relations with that nation
    Non-recognition of the Soviet Union.
  • Calvin Coolidge Election

    Calvin Coolidge Election
    Election: Calvin coolidge entered the presitdential office on August 2nd 1923 due to the death of president Harding "All growth depends upon activity. There is no development physically or intellectually without effort, and effort means work."
  • The Second Election of president Cooldige

    The Second Election of president Cooldige
    Calvin Coolidge after the 1923 succsession, won the 1924 election with every state except wisconsin. "Civilization and profit go hand in hand."
  • The Bureau of mines (Executive Order #4239)

    The Bureau of mines (Executive Order #4239)
    The Bureau of Mines was transferred from the Department of Interior to the Department of Commerce.
  • Tax and debts relieved

    Tax and debts relieved
    Calvin Coolidge , tax and debts from the american people it was probabley one of the most praised things he had done. (date: through out the presidency)
    National debt of $22.3 billion in 1923 lowered to $16.9 billion by 1929. "Collecting more taxes than is absolutely necessary is legalized robbery."
  • Appointed judge by Coolidge

    Appointed judge by Coolidge
    Coolidge appointed one Justice to the Supreme Court of the United States, Harlan Fiske Stone in 1925
  • Calvin Coolidges sons death

    Calvin Coolidges sons death
    In summer 1924, after the sons played tennis, Calvin Jr. developed blood poisoning from a blister on his foot. He died on July 7th, plunging the family into grief. They spent the summer at Plymouth.
  • Island(s) for native birds (Executive Order # 4467)

    Island(s) for native birds (Executive Order # 4467)
    Johnson Island Reservation, consisting of Johnson and Sand Islands in the Pacific Ocean, created for use of the Agriculture Dept. as a preserve and breeding ground for native birds . Executive Order 4467, President Coolidge established the Johnston Atoll as a Federal bird refuge and placed it under the control of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
  • The Distinguished flying cross

    The Distinguished flying cross
    It was a order from president Calvin Coolidge to give an award to a military, person of, i.e for an act of heroism and or courage
  • Calvin Coolidge stops Nicaragua war

    Calvin Coolidge stops Nicaragua war
    Henry L. Stimson, special representative of President Calvin Coolidge, arrived in Nicaragua to stop the fighting and, through threatened forcible disarmament, arranged a settlement in talks at Tipitapa with General Jos Mara Moncada, Sacasa's minister of war.