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Grover Cleveland (1837–1908)

Cleveland, (Stephen) Grover. The twenty-second President of the United States; born in Caldwell, NJ, March 18, 1837; died at Princeton, NJ, June 24, 1908. He wrote: ‘The Self-Made Man in American Life’; ‘Presidential Problems’ (1904); ‘Fishing and Shooting Sketches’ (1907); ‘Good Citizenship’ (1908); ‘Addresses, etc.’ (1909).