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Recollections Of Grover Cleveland


Recollections Of Grover Cleveland

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    George F. Parker
Excerpt from book: CHAPTER II PROFESSIONAL CAREER Returning home in 1854, the young man began to think anew of the independent career which he had mapped out for himself. Although he had concluded to become a lawyer, for a time he sought, without success, in Utica and Syracuse, for temporary work which should be both congenial and remunerative. Thereupon he planned to go to Cleveland, Ohio, a town which had attracted his attention for the reason that it had been named for some member of his family. On his way he stopped in Buffalo to visit his uncle, the late Lewis F. Allen, then a well-known farmer, also engaged in editing the "American Shorthorn Herd Book." As it was necessary to revise this publication each year, the nephew was persuaded to remain, and so gave up his trip to the West. This incident fixed his future residence and enabled him to await there the professional success and the political career that came to him in due time. Aided by his uncle, he obtained a place as student in. the office of Bowen   show more
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