Coolidge Chronology

May 29, 2014

Begins to Read Law Calvin Coolidge expects to attend law school, but when an opening comes at Hammond and Field in Northampton, he “reads the law” in their offices to earn the necessary skills to become a lawyer. He studies from 1895-1897. At 25 years old, he passes the bar and after 7 months, he puts […]

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Coolidge Chronology

May 29, 2014

Carrie Brown Coolidge dies on May 18, 1920. Calvin’s father married her after his birth mother died. Col. John Coolidge and Carrie Brown Coolidge were married 30 years. “For thirty years she watched over me and loved me, welcoming me when I went home, writing me often when I was away, and encouraging me in all […]

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Life and Legacy

May 29, 2014

Chronology Pres. Calvin Coolidge 1872 July 4 John Calvin Coolidge is born in Plymouth Notch, Vermont. 1875 April 15 Calvin’s sister, Abigail Grace Coolidge (Abbie) is born. 1877 September Calvin starts school. 1885 March 14 Victoria Moor Coolidge, Calvin’s mother, dies at age 39. 1890 March 6 Abigail Grace Coolidge, Calvin’s sister, dies at age […]

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Coolidge Administration Accomplishments

April 8, 2014

I have found it advisable not to give too much heed to what people say when I am trying to accomplish something of consequence. Invariably they proclaim it can’t be done. I deem that the very best time to make the effort. -Calvin Coolidge Overview The Coolidge Administration’s principal objective was to restore the Federal […]

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Accomplishments

April 8, 2014

Activities & Accomplishments (January 3, 1879-July 8, 1957)  by Cyndy Bittinger, Former Executive Director, CCMF Youth: Transferred to another church, at 16 years old. She transferred to a Congregational one from a Methodist one. The sermons influenced her. Her parents followed her to the College Street Congregational Church, Burlington, VT. She had piano and voice lessons. College: […]

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