President Garfield in Elberon
President James Garfield lingered for more than two months after he was shot. When the summer heat in Washington became unbearable, Garfield was moved by train to Elberon, New Jersey, where he spent the remaining days of his life in a cottage by the sea.
- September, 1881
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