September 5, 1901
The McKinleys rescheduled their visit for September. They arrived in Buffalo on the evening of September 4th. On the 5th the President spoke to a large crowd at the Pan-American Exposition about the need for mutual cooperation among the countries of the Western hemisphere.
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Theodore Roosevelt was the first American president to have a telephone installed in his home. It allowed him to keep in contact with Washington when he was at Sagamore Hill. More...