Second inauguration of Woodrow Wilson
Inauguration ceremonies at the Capitol.
|Date||March 5, 1917|
United States Capitol
The second inauguration of Woodrow Wilson took place privately on March 4, 1917 and publicly on March 5, 1917, marking the beginning of his second term as the 28th President of the United States and Thomas R. Marshall's second term as Vice President. Chief Justice Edward D. White administered the Oath of office.
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