James A. Garfield

Early Career

What did Garfield do after graduating from Williams?

He worked as a traveling preacher for the Disciples of Christ and then went back to Western Reserve Eclectic, which was now called Hiram College. He inspired countless students with his lectures on the classical languages. At the age of twenty-six, he became the president of the college.


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