Chester Arthur Presidency
Chester Arthur was the 21st President of the United States of America during 1881-1885. He was a lawyer before being sworn in as President. Chester Arthur was from North Fairfield, Vermont, and graduated from Union College to study law. His father was a Baptist minister.
From 1856, he became actively involved in the Republican Party, siding with the Stalwarts faction. He was appointed as the Collector of the New York Port in 1871 by then President. More...
Chester A Arthur Became President After Which President Died
Chester Alan Arthur (1829-1886) was the 21st President of USA from the Republican Party. He was a lawyer before serving as the President. Chester Arthur was originally a member of the Republican Party favoring the Stalwart faction and a political dependent of Roscoe Conkling.
He then rose to become the Collector of New York Port, appointed by the then President Ulysses Grant. More...
World Events While Chester A. Arthur Was President
Chester Arthur was the Republican President of USA during 1881-1885. He had the distinction of having succeeded to Presidency while not being elected ever.
Chester Arthur was originally the Vice President when the then President James Garfield was assassinated in July 1881.More...