____ was born on April 28, 1758, in Westmoreland County, Virginia. ____ had to walk miles through the forest to Parson Campbell's school each day. ____ enrolled at the College of William and Mary in 1774. In 1776, ____ went off to the American Revolution as a lieutenant in a Virginia regiment. ____ lived in Williamsburg and studied law under Governor Thomas Jefferson. ____ married the socially prominent Elizabeth Kortright of New York City in 1786. In 1790, ____ was elected to the Senate. ____'s daughter, Maria, became the first presidential daughter to be married in the White House.
This man was the first president to ride on a steamboat.
This president moved to New York City and died there on July 4, 1831.
This president's inauguration in 1817 was the first one that was held outdoors.
Maine became the twenty-third state during this man's presidency.
This president once said "Preparation for war is constant stimulus to suspicion and ill will."
Who is this president?
Andrew Jackson Millard Fillmore James Monroe Thomas Jefferson James A. Garfield John Quincy Adams