William McKinley


What future state did McKinley annex during his tenure?

During his presidency, the United States annexed the Republic of Hawaii by the Newland Resolution—named after U.S. congressman Francis G. Newland. Hawaii became a United States territory in 1898. It remained a territory until it was admitted as the fiftieth state in 1959.


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