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Bonaparte, Charles Joseph

Born: 1851 AD
Died: 1921 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Lawyers, Politician

1851 – He was born on the 9th of June in Baltimore, Maryland, the son of Jérôme Napoleon Bonaparte and Susan May Williams.

         – He graduated from Harvard University and Harvard Law School.

         – He practiced law in Baltimore and became prominent in municipal and national reform movements.

1875 – On 1st of September, he married Ellen Channing Day.

1902 – He was a member of the Board of Indian Commissioners.

1904 – He served as Chairman of the National Civil Service Reform League.

         – He was appointed a trustee of The Catholic University of America.

1905 – President Theodore Roosevelt appointed Bonaparte to his cabinet as United States Secretary of the Navy.

1906 – He served as United States Attorney General.

1908 – Joseph founded the Bureau of Investigation (BOI).

         – He was the president of the National Municipal League.

1921 – He died June on the 28th of June in Baltimore County, Maryland, USA