James G. Blaine Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

James G. Blaine Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Politician James G. Blaine including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of James G. Blaine
Real Name James G. Blaine
Profession Political Leaders
Nick Name James Blaine
Famous as Politician
Nationality American
Religion Congregational church
Political Ideology Political party-Republican
Personal life of James G. Blaine
Born on 31 January 1830
Birthday 31st January
Died At Age 62
Sun Sign Aquarius
Born in West Brownsville
Died on 27 January 1893
Place of death Washington, D.C.
Family Background of James G. Blaine
Father Ephraim Lyon Blaine
Mother Maria Gillespie
Spouse/Partner Harriet Stanwood Blaine
Children Emmons Blaine, Walker Blaine
Education Bates College, 1847 – Washington & Jefferson College, Washington College, Bowdoin College
Personal Fact of James G. Blaine

James G. Blaine was a late 19th century Republican politician who twice served as Secretary of State. One of the most prominent American politicians of his era, he had served as Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and as a member of the United States Senate prior to his selection as the Secretary of State. He was also a presidential aspirant who unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for President in 1876 and 1880 before being nominated in 1884.

However, he was ultimately unable to achieve his long held dream of becoming the President of America. Born in the western Pennsylvania town of West Brownsville, he grew up to be a brilliant student blessed with great oratory skills. He graduated from Washington & Jefferson College with excellent grades and embarked on a teaching career which he held for several years before entering politics.

A charismatic man, he was equally successful in his political career as a Republican and represented Maine in the U.S. House of Representatives before serving as the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. Even though he was unsuccessful in becoming the president, he occupied a very important position in American politics as he served as Secretary of State twice. He is credited to have played a major role in the establishment of the United States’ acquisition of Pacific colonies and dominance of the Caribbean.