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Calif., March 22, 1904; moved with his parents to Santa Cruz, Calif., the same
year, and to San Jose,? Abraham Lincoln (December 6, 1864) Fellow-Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives: Again the blessings of health and abundant harvests claim our profoundest gratitude to Almighty God.? Grover Cleveland (December 3, 1888) To the Congress of the United States: As you assemble for the discharge of the duties you have assumed as the representatives of a free and generous people, your? Ulysses S. Grant (December 5, 1870) To the Senate and House of Representatives: A year of peace and general prosperity to this nation has passed since the last assembling of Congress. We have,? U.S. Department of State Background Note New ZealandMaori performers participate in a welcoming ceremony, Wellington, New Zealand, October 31, 2006. [ AP Images] PROFILEOFFICIAL NAME:New?