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First Ladies

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The unofficial title, "First Lady" originated in the United States of America in 1849 , exclusively to identify the wife of the elected president and currently used widely in many countries to address the spouse of an elected head of state, but not for the spouse of a prime minister or head of government.
First of all, Adams was a politician, he was infuriated by  Parliament and their refusal to represent the colonies in their  meetings. Furthermore, he was an avid publicist of the Sons of  Liberty, a patriot group that fought against British occupation,  famously known for the Boston Tea Party....
Cause hes a good and trustable  man.
He had 100 orgasms a day so he had to stay in his manhut.
Not yet. Why has there been such a long period of time between the publications of Volume 2 and Volume 3?
He lived in Manhattan.
That answer is subject to opinion.
Dolley Madison was not rich nor was she poor,Dolley was in the middle if you were putting her family on a rich meter.Her life turned out alright.
Michelle Obama had a long history as a lawyer and then a businesswoman (hospital administrator), before becoming First Lady. She is currently (along with her husband the president) raising two daughters, but she is also performing the duties expected of a First Lady. While the job of being First...
Four: English, French, Italian, Spanish. Her major in college was in French literature, and Spanish/Italian are similar to French so she was able to write and speak them as well, though less fluently then her French and certainly her English. She spoke fluent French since she was a child. It...
john Quincy Adams ,susannna,johothan,James
First you need to understand clearly what editors do : they read  pieces written for publication and correct spelling, grammar,  punctuation, and style. You need to have at least a bachelor's  degree in some subject, preferably in English, communications, or  journalism. Then you need to go to...
At a dinner party in Georgetown!   I believe they met at a party.1951 at a dinner party with mutual friends.john met jackie at a dinner party with mutual friends in 1951   She first met the young Senator when she was the Inquiring Photographer for a DC newspaper. Later, mutual friends set...
George Washington was only married once, to Martha.
He became president in 1797 at age 57.
All of them. The only president not to be married was James Buchanan, but his niece, Harriet Lane, served as First Lady.
She wore a dress, long, with lots of patterns, and not many womenwore them.
After graduating from Harvard College, John Adams was offered an elementary teaching position in Worcester, Massachusetts which he held from 1755-58. While in Worcester, Adams received his first law instruction from James Putnam, one of the colony's best regarded atttorneys.
No, he had three sisters and two brothers. His brothers were  Charles and Thomas Boylston Adams. His sisters were Elizabeth  Adams, Abigail Adams Smith and Susanna Adams.
apparently it is a show called "the wire" I have got no idea
Elizabeth Ann Bloomer (1918-2011) married her first husband,  William Warren, in 1942. But he suffered from alcoholism and she  divorced him in 1947. She married Gerald Ford on October 15, 1948,  just before his first election to Congress.
Michelle weighed 20 pounds 10 ounces.
Michellle LaVaughn Robinson Obama graduated Harvard Law  School in 1988.
No. No one can die of being gay.
She was 8 when her mother died and then about 2 years later her father died. So she was about 10.
calm down the prez and help the prez
Michelle Obama's height is 5′ 10¾" (180 cm)  
He went to kinderhook academy
France with Jefferson and Franklin. They were trying to get support  from the king. For a time Jefferson and Adams were roommates and  Adams writes about how Jefferson had books piled all over the room.  He also complains how Franklin refuses to learn French and likes to  party.
  Yes she let homeless kids live in her house and she would come to battles. Actually she met her best friend Martha Washington at a battle!
She helps other people to tell them what to do and figure it out.
Episodes 173 and 174, Something Worth Dying For Parts I/II (May 13th and May 20th 1975) were the last two episodes of Adam-12. In part one, Reed goes undercover with Vice. The job causes a rift between him and [his wife] Jean. During a shootout with some drug dealers, Pete is wounded. Jim risks his...
He wasn't against the patriots, he was a patriot. He argued that  Great Britian was unfairly taxing the colonies without their  consent. Examples are the Sugar Act, Stamp Act, and Tonwshend Act.
No, Just loved the Kenndy Boys
Yes. Her name was Martha Washington. They were married on Jan. 6, 1759. It was her second marriage.
She went to Princeton University for her undergraduate degree, and then graduated from Harvard Law School.
yes he beat the trojans and got back home.....in a very long, roundabout way.....
Julia Gardiner married the 54-year-old President of the United States, John Tyler, at the age of 24, on June 26, 1844, remaining the First Lady of the United States until John Tyler's exit from office on March 4, 1845.\n
  Nancy Reagan concentrated on the use of drugs. Her catch phrase was 'Just Say No.'
i never met Michelle Obama
  First lady boyfriend died because he got so many life-altering STD's from first lady.
Works: Works by Eleanor Roosevelt   (1884-1962)   1935   "My Day." The First Lady's syndicated column begins. The six-day-a-week forum for Roosevelt's wide-ranging views would continue until 1962, interrupted only for four days at the time of President Roosevelt's death.   1937   This...
Laura Bush was born on November 4, 1946.
He established the decleration of independence, he helped Thomas J.draft the decleration of independence. He wrote and a defence ofthe consititutions of the govermnet of the U.S. He established thepresidential cabniet. He avoided war with France and England. Healso established the supreme court. He...
Yes and no. When she knew her husband Barack was going to enter politics and ultimately run for president, she allowed her law license to expire, since she was no longer going to have time to practice law. Thus, her license is currently on "inactive" status. But because she left the legal profession...
Eleanor Roosevelt was born on October 11, 1884 and died on November  7, 1962 (age 78).   If she were still alive on her birthday in 2016, she would be 132  years old.
Get out your penis and shove it in her vagina and do as you please from there!! Make sure you gett itt right in theree!
  == Answer ==   daniel, william, stephen, and alec
Eleanor Roosevelt was first lady to Theodore Roosevelt. She died of  cardiac failure in 1962 after being diagnosed with aplastic anemia.
One accomplishment was the time when she saved the portrait of George Washington from the Executive Mansion (The White House) during the War of 1812, in which it was burned down by the British.She was also the first First Lady to become the socialite entertainer.
Abigail Adams. This is true I did research.
Martha washingto diedcayse a fever.so did 2 of her children! ;)
Barbara Bush, wife of President George H.W. Bush, was the first  lady in 1991.
what did michelle obama do for living
January 5,1919
To decorte the white house, to know how what your saying to make sure it makes sensce, to help out kids in the U.S.
Since Eleanor Rose Conway, mother of James Madison, lived to the age of 98, born January 9, 1731, died February 11, 1829, it can probably be inferred that she died of natural causes caused by old age.
No, Michelle Obama was never with James Brown.
she died in mt. vernon
she thought it was unfair for people to be without a home, food, clothes, and so one day when she was8 years old she saw her father talking to 5 homeless boys and 7 homeless girls and she wanted to make herself useful so she decided to help and she helped until she died.
Her letters were about many things. Since John Adams was away a great deal she wrote about the farm, her observations of the war ( she could see the Battle of Bunker Hill from the farm), the children ( they had 6 ), her thoughts about the revolution, the shortages they suffered because of the war,...
The Ronald Reagan Presidential library is located in Simi Valley California, Ventura county. It is not far from Beverly Hills in LA.
  No she has been invited to become a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha
John and Jackie Kennedy honeymooned in Acapulco, Mexico in September of 1953.
John Payne Todd (February 29, 1792 - January 16, 1852 ) was the only child who lived to adulthood. Another son, William Temple Todd Jul-1793- Oct-1793 ), died of yellow fever. Both sons were fathered by her first husband, John Todd.
Eleanor Roosevelts children were Anna, James and Franklin. They were born in 1906( Anna), 1907 (James) and 1909 (Franklin).
Because Adam saw Eve
In 1773 daniel morgan got married to abigail curry
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she was a spokesperson for the United Nations.
She felt like that there should be no war. She felt if people wanted to kill someone that it should be theirself, and that they should think about what they are doing.
Eleanor Roosevelt helped homeless people and the hungry.
Elenor Roosevelts real name is Elenor Roosevelt
Rachel Donelson Robards Jackson, born Rachel Donelson, (June 15, 1767