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William, 1843–1901, 25th president of the U.S. 1897–1901.
Mount, a mountain in central Alaska: highest peak in North America, 20,320 feet (6194 meters).
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Mount McKinley, Denali, a mountain in S central Alaska, in the Alaska Range: the highest peak in North America. Height: 6194 m (20 320 ft)
William. 1843–1901, 25th president of the US (1897–1901). His administration was marked by high tariffs and by expansionist policies. He was assassinated


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