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John Calvin Coolidge Jr. was born in Plymouth Notch, Windsor County, Vermont, on July 4, 1872, the only US president to be born on Independence Day. He was the elder of the two children of John Calvin Coolidge Sr. (1845–1926) and Victoria Josephine Moor (1846–1885). Coolidge Junior was called by his middle name, Calvin.

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Calvin Coolidge was president of the United States from 1923 to 1929. Coolidge was known for his quiet demeanor, which earned him the nickname "Silent Cal."

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Recalling Calvin Coolidge: A Man of Noble Character by Jerry L. Wallace. Beginnings. John Calvin Coolidge was born in 1872 on the Fourth of July and in the 96 th year of American Independence. The child was named for his father, but the family dropped the John, calling him Calvin or Cal.

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Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933), the 30th U.S. president, led the nation through most of the Roaring Twenties, a decade of dynamic social and cultural change, materialism and excess. He took office on ...

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Origins: When President Warren G. Harding died unexpectedly of heart disease on 2 August 1923, Vice-President Calvin Coolidge was sworn in as President of the United States. Before long, rumors ...

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Early life and career. Coolidge was the only son of John Calvin Coolidge and Victoria Moor Coolidge. His father, whose forebears had immigrated to America about 1630, was a storekeeper who instilled in his son the New England Puritan virtues—honesty, industry, thrift, taciturnity, and piety—while his mother cultivated in him a love of nature and books.

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Calvin Coolidge willed the homestead to his surviving son, John. In 1956, John donated the house and all its furnishings to the State of Vermont, at his mother’s suggestion. The State dedicated the building as a historic shrine and opened it to the public the following year. Today, it appears almost exactly as it did on the night of the ...

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Coolidge grew up in relatively rural Vermont where his father was locally prominent as a storekeeper and farmer. Young Calvin did his part with the farm work, plowing, planting, chopping wood and ...

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Not much is known about Calvin Coolidge’s Mom, Victoria Josephine Moor Coolidge. What is known, in her short life here on earth, was that she had a profound impact on a little boy who would one day become President of the United States. Coolidge would say of his mom’s death: “The greatest grief

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By Jared R hoads. This week marks the 90 th anniversary of the sad and untimely death of Calvin Coolidge, Jr., President Calvin Coolidge’s younger son. The general story is well-known: while playing lawn tennis with his brother on the White House grounds, sixteen-year-old Calvin, Jr. developed a blister atop the third toe of his right foot.