____ was the sixth president of the United States. ____ was born July 11, 1767, in Braintree (now Quincy), Massachusetts. At age 14, ____ served as French interpreter and secretary to the St. Petersburg, Russia court. ____ served as Minister to Holland at only 27 years old, appointed by President George Washington. ____ married Louisa Catherine Johnson in 1797. ____ and Louisa had their first child, George Washington ____, in Berlin. In 1809 President Madison appointed ____ as Minister to Russia. President Monroe appointed ____ Secretary of State in 1817, an office that had often served as a stepping stone to the Presidency.
This president owned a pet alligator that he kept in the East Room of the White House.
This president had the first pool table installed in the White House.
This man was the only president to name a son George Washington.
This man was the first president to ever have a picture taken of him.
This president once said "Our Constitution professedly rests upon the good sense and attachment of the people. This basis, weak as it may appear, has not yet been found to fail."
Who is this president?
James Madison Martin Van Buren Woodrow Wilson Andrew Jackson James Monroe John Quincy Adams