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Buffalo Evening News, Vol. XLII, No. 133, Extra Edition, September 14, 1901
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Title:

Buffalo Evening News, Vol. XLII, No. 133, Extra Edition, September 14, 1901

Collection:

Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site

Description:

Buffalo Evening News, Vol. XLII, No. 133, Extra Edition, September 14, 1901, pg. 1-8 (complete):

Page 1: Banner headline: M'Kinley's Death Was/Calm and Peaceful! - "Roosevelt, the New President, Notified of M'Kinley's Death" - Details Roosevelt's progress towards Buffalo as of 8:27 a.m. - "Exposition Closed Today and Tomorrow" - "Special Trains Speeded from All Directions" - Article about various statesman and physicians that were hurrying to Buffalo - "Soldiers Were Prepared For Any Trouble" - Detailed what arrangements had been made to protect Czolgosz - "Resigned to the Will of God the President of the United States Died at 2:15 o'Clock This Morning" - "Railway Men Are Indignant" - resolutions adopted by the Central Railway Club regarding McKinley - "Important Bulletins" - schedule of cabinet meeting and McKinley's autopsy - "Preliminary Arrangement For Funeral" - "Angry Crowds Gather Around Police Station" - information on the measures enacted to protect Czolgosz the previous night

Page 2: - "William McKinley Is Dead" - Editorial against anachists - "Mr. Penney and the Anarchists" - Editorial advocating that District Attorney Penney bring charges against Emma Goldman in the assassination of McKinley - "President Roosevelt" - Editorial on what type of President Roosevelt would be - Various reactions from around the world to McKinley's death and on anarchism

Page 4: - "Theodore Roosevelt The New President of the United States" - Biography of Roosevelt - "Statements for Czologosz's Trial" - Article about the police gathering statements re. the shooting of McKinley - "Lynching Feared at the Hearing of Anarchists" - Details of court hearings in Chicago of people thought to be Czolgosz's accomplices - "'I'm No Freak,' Says Negro Held Assassin" - Information of commerical offers for James B. Parker, including jobs offers from vendors on the Pan Am Midway

Page 6: - "Great Shock to Officials in Washington" - Reaction of Cabinet members and others including William Jennings Bryan to McKinley's death - "Emma Goldman Calmly Said, 'Very Sorry,'" - Details of the reaction against anarchism

Page 7: - "Threat to Kill Col. Roosevelt" - Threat by an unnamed foreigner to kill Roosevelt - "First In Line Day President Was Shot" - Dr. Clinton Colegrove, first in line to meet the President in the Temple of Music, suggests that it be preserved - "Railroad Day Is Postponed" - Pan Am day postponed until 9/28 - "M'Kinley's Last Hours Described in Bulletins" - Detailed timeline from 5:35 p.m. to 2:20 a.m.

Creation Date:

1901-09-14

Citation (Chicago Style):

Buffalo Evening News, Vol. XLII, No. 133, Extra Edition, September 14, 1901. Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site. http://www.theodorerooseveltcenter.org/Research/Digital-Library/Record?libID=o284338. Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Dickinson State University.
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