Episode 22: Grover Cleveland and Caldwell

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Season 1, Episode 22: Grover Cleveland and Caldwell

Grover Cleveland, our 22nd and 24th president, the only to serve non-consecutive terms and our only Garden State President!

One of our birthplace commemorations currently working on improving the site, with a planned visitors center out back!

The Grover Cleveland Birthplace Memorial Association.

The Grover Cleveland Birthplace from the National Parks Service.

Grover Cleveland Birthplace article from NJ.com.

One of Grover’s Italian neighbors in Caldwell, Tony Soprano.

One of the oldest photographs of the Cleveland birthplace, with dirt road.
Postcard of Cleveland birthplace.
Cleveland birthplace bedroom with plaque above the bed.
Grover Cleveland Portrait by Eastman Johnson.

Grover Cleveland Birthplace: 207 Bloomfield Avenue, Caldwell, New Jersey.

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Recommended Reading for Grover Cleveland

Nevins, Allan. Grover Cleveland: A Study in Courage.

Jeffers, H. Paul. An Honest President: The Life And Presidencies Of Grover Cleveland.

Graff, Henry. Grover Cleveland.

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