Grover Cleveland

Early Career

In what city did Grover choose to lay down his roots?

Grover decided to move west. First, he stopped off in Buffalo to visit his favorite uncle Lewis F. Allen, a wealthy farmer. His uncle hired Grover as a clerk and an editor. Allen enlisted his nephew to help him finish a short book he was writing entitled Short-Horn Herd Book. His uncle introduced him to several prominent lawyers. Grover then began studying law at Rogers, Bowen, and Rogers.


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