Rutherford Birchard Hayes
Rutherford Birchard Hayes was born on 4th October 1822 in Delaware, Ohio. He was 19th President of the United States of America. His term was from 4 March 1877 to 3rd March 1881.
His former vice president was William A. Wheeler. The spectacular in his choice was that this had been decided not immediately. His Samuel J. Tilden won at that election the majority of votes. The Democratic Party was so obviously satisfied in any way, and also out of the country were the voices and threats against Tilden louder and more violent. They threatened to Tilden, if he would come to power, blood would be shed.
Tilden was this pressure eventually no longer steadfast over and finally gave up, or from his office to Hayes. Hayes was. Before his time as president of the United States from 1868 to 1872, and from 1876 to 1877, the Governor of the State of Ohio
His wife had an incredibly great influence on him, so that you could even put through, among other things, to ban alcohol and tobacco from the white house, which of course did not please many. Because his wife had such an impact on Rutherford B Hayes (his wife, Lucy Webb), he eventually became increasingly unpopular, what was with him later undoing.
His wife was ridiculed mainly throughout the term. Rutherford B Hayes died on 17 January 1893 in Fremont, Ohio, and is still remembered today there.