____ was born on a farm in Hillsboro, New Hampshire, on Nov. 23, 1804. In 1829, the same year his father won his second term as Governor, ____ was elected to the state legislature of New Hampshire. In 1834 ____ had married Jane Appleton. ____ and his wife had three sons, all of whom died at very early ages. ____ resigned from the Senate in 1842 to practice law in Concord, New Hampshire. ____ became our fourteenth president on March 4, 1853. President ____ angered many Democrats by urging passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act that would reopen the slavery problem and spur formation of the antislavery Republican Party.
This president installed the first central-heating system in the White House.
This president was wounded during the Mexican War.
This president installed the first bathroom with hot and cold water in the White House.
This president's classmates at Bowdoin College included Nathaniel Hawthorne and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
This president once said "The storm of frenzy and faction must inevitably dash itself in vain against the unshaken rock of the Constitution."
Who is this president?
James A. Garfield Abraham Lincoln James Buchanan Martin Van Buren Franklin Pierce Zachary Taylor