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Presidential Trivia
Topic Started: Jun 3 2008, 09:53 AM (478 Views)
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I have trivia on all the presidents. I will post a few at a time.

First President, 1789-1797. George Washington was the only American president to be unanimously elected and the only president who did not represent a political party.

Second President, 1797-1801. John Adams was the first president to reside in the White House. He moved in November 1800 while the paint was still wet.

Third President, 1801-1809. The main author of the Declaration of Independence, Thoma Jefferson was the first president to be inauguated in Washington, D.C.

Fourth President, 1809-1817. Standing 5 feet, 4 inches and weighing 100 pounds, James Madison was the shortest and lightest president. He also was the first president to wear trousers rather than knee breeches.
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What great trivia, especially for the election year!

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