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Take a drive with me along I-25 north of Casper, Wyoming. Twenty-one miles north of the city, we come to a curve in the highway. I-25 bends gently a few degrees to the northwest and continues on to Montana. At the curve, we exit the Interstate and continue in a north northeasterly direction on State Hwy 259. The road sign informs us that we are about 19 miles from Midwest, Wyoming.
DOE retained Meagher Energy Advisors to sell Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 3 in Wyoming -- better known as Teapot Dome. But the bigger impact may come.
Nan Britton’s claims about former President Warren G. Harding being the father of her child now have scientific backing. Nearly a century after the woman alleged that the president from Marion fathered her a daughter, genealogists confirm that Britton’s daughter, Elizabeth Ann Blaesing, was Harding’s biological child, the New York Times reported Wednesday. The tests, said the newspaper, “have solved one of the enduring mysteries of presidential history and offer new insights into the secret life of America’s 29th president. Harding was elected president, serving from March 4, 1921 until his death on Aug. Peter Harding told the Times, “It’s sort of Shakespearean and operatic. Harding, a grandnephew of the president and one of those who instigated the DNA testing that confirmed the relationship to Britton’s offspring. Britton, who was 31 years younger than Harding, had a harder time proving her relationship when she revealed it after his death because she had destroyed her own letters with him at his request and because his family insisted he was sterile, the... Harding was born Nov. Except when political service took him elsewhere, he lived in rural Ohio all his life. By age 20, he settled in Marion and bought The Marion Star, building it into a successful newspaper. In 1899, he was elected to the Ohio State Senate, and after four years there successfully ran for lieutenant governor. He was defeated for governor in 1910, but was elected to the Senate in 1914. Harding is credited with signing the first federal child welfare program, cutting the unemployment rate in half through higher tariffs and establishing the Veterans... However, his administration endured failure as well, most notably the Teapot Dome Scandal. Secretary of the Interior Albert Fall secretly sold the right to oil reserves in Teapot Dome, Wyoming, and two other locations in California to private oil companies at low rates without competitive bidding. Locally, The Warren G. Harding Symposium is held each summer and the city boasts the Harding Home and Harding Memorial. Harding and his future wife, Florence, designed the Queen Anne Style house in 1890, a year before their marriage. They were married there and lived there for 30 years before his election to the presidency. Source: www.marionstar.com
During the same period, Fall was secretly negotiating away Wyoming's Teapot Dome, richest of the oil reserves, to Harry F. Sinclair, head of the Mammoth Oil Company. Fall entertained Sinclair, his attorney, and several others at his cattle ranch in New
However, his administration endured failure as well, most notably the Teapot Dome Scandal. Secretary of the Interior Albert Fall secretly sold the right to oil reserves in Teapot Dome, Wyoming, and two other locations in California to private oil
Almost a century later, the Teapot Dome scandal is finally over. The Energy Department on Friday finalized a deal to sell off the infamous Wyoming oilfield that was at the center of one of the 20th century's biggest political scandals. Story Continued
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Offering insight into turn-of-the-century American politics, economic development, and environmental policy, a penetrating study of the Teapot Dome scandal focuses on the role of Albert B. Fall, who became the first American cabinet member sent to prison. UP.
Historians rank Harding low among the presidents, and he is known mostly for the Teapot Dome scandal that took place during his administration. Family members who researched his history said he was in a sexless marriage and had several mistresses.
Secretary of the Interior Albert Fall secretly sold the right to oil reserves in Teapot Dome, Wyoming, and two other locations in California to private oil companies at low rates without competitive bidding. Locally, The Warren G. Harding Symposium is held ...
1921 – President Harding’s Secretary of the Interior was caught selling exclusive rights to oil reserves in Teapot Dome, Wyoming, in exchange for personal profit and cattle. 1922 – President Harding’s Director of Veterans Affairs Charles Forbes was ...
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The Teapot Dome scandal was a bribery incident that took place in the United States from 1921 to 1924, during the administration of President Warren G. Harding ...
East Teapot Dome oil field (43°17'19''N, 106°10'22''W), located in the county of Natrona, Wyoming, the oil field was named after the teapot-shaped rock above the field.
Teapot Rock is a distinctive sedimentary rock formation in Natrona County, Wyoming that lent its name to a nearby oil field that became notorious as the focus of a ...