It is possible to enter the White House but it requires specialpermit IDs. Contact your senator or representative. Furthermore youcan be sure that not all the rooms are open for people to visit.
The rose garden is on the grounds of the White House.
phrases in the constitution
None. Laws are passed by Congress.
Yes, everyone has to pay for their usage of electricity and water.The white house is not exempt of this.
No.. His office was in Penn. The White House was being made after his presidency
She ordered that the portrait of George Washington be removed from the White House before the british came and burned the building down.
Nehru spent 12 days in the US in Nov. 1961. He visited the WhiteHouse and met Kennedy on 7 November. According to Richard ParkerJFK, Nehru and "Harvard economist John Kenneth Galbraith, thenAmbassador to India" had a " private luncheon at the Newport estateof Jacqueline Kennedy's mother and...
Each President picks his/her own staff, which become the President's closest advisors and usually have offices in the White House. (West Wing) Their titles do not always indicate the function they perform for the Chief Executive--assistant to the President; special consultant; counselor; etc. The...
Ford was the one who caught to thieves in the whitehouse..
The Easter Egg Roll. However, a ccording to an undocumented tradition, Dolley Madison, wife of President James Madison, began the event in 1814 and hundreds of children brought their decorated eggs to join in games. The original site was on the grounds of the United States Captiol, but in 1877 a new...
Unlike his American counterpart, the Mexican president lives in one place and works in other. The Mexican President's residence is named as Los Pinos ( The Pine Trees ) while his office is located at the Palacio Nacional (National Palace); both are in Mexico City.
Some of the floors are marble. Mostly the building is made of wood and steel.
It wasn't just a fight about race but a fight about what was right. It wasn't just white vs. black but a fight against a set of standards that were not fair. Many whites didn't like the system either.
The War of 1812 made the Americans feel proud because they were theonly country who stood up against Great Britain two times withoutbacking down, adding to the sense of nationalism.
During the War of 1812 it was set ablaze by the British Army. I found the answer at the following link. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_House
The home of the President wasn't always known as the White House. George Washington lived in New York when he was President. The White House was built and the capitol was moved to Washington D.C. George Washington is the only president to never live in the White House.
It's called the Oval Office.
George Washington was elected and took the oath of office in 1789. Although President Washington was instrumental in picking the site of the new White House, he never lived there. The new Executive Mansion was completed in 1800 and the first resident of the White House was John Adams.
He doesn't live in a state but rather the District of Columbia, known as Washington D.C. Some of them keep a home in their home state.
William H Taft asked congress to purchase one inJanuary 1909 a the cost of 12,000.00 Taft arranged for the purchaseof a 40-horsepower White steam touring car and a 48-horsepowersix-cylinder Pierce-Arrow limousine, both of which he tested priorto his inauguration. Although he rode in a horse-drawn...
It is typically made of some type of starch mixed with water.
George Washington himself found the land where Washington D.C. is located and designated it the location of the nations capitol. He had planners that decided where streets would be located as well as where the White House would be built.
That would depend on where you send it from. The travel time would be the same no matter the address. You can send a letter by email to the White House and they will receive that immediately.
the animals that lived in the white house are horses,goat,snake,dogs,cats,and parets
\nYou could check with your dentist but the two most common causes are high fever and taking too much iron..
No, too much fluoride is usually the cause. Happens if children swallow too much fluoride toothpaste.
yes but it has not came out yet
President Kenedy. The indoor pool was built by FDR in 1933. He had polio and it was therapeutic to do his exercises in a heated pool.
It is used for executive meetings with the president like press releases.
James Hoban was the architect that designed the White House. Hobanwas born and raised in Ireland, and immigrated to the United Statesafter the American Revolution.
In the 1980's and 1990's, 6,000 visitors a day visited the WhiteHouse. After the terrorists attacks on September 11, 2001, visitorsmust request admission through their representatives six months inadvance and submit to background checks. 6000
The building was originally referred to variously as the "President's Palace", "Presidential Mansion", or "President's House". The earliest evidence of it being called the "White House" was recorded in 1811. A legend emerged that during the rebuilding of the structure white paint was applied to...
I think the white house was called president ? the first word to it is president. In the second part of the original title, the 5/6th word was a g.
The Oval Office is in the West Wing, in the White House, in Washington D.C., in Maryland, in the U.S.A., in North America, in Earth.
Well being from New England I think I can help you. Snow is removed primarily from the roof of a building to lessen load on structural members. Put simply it is removed to prevent collapse of the structure. I see no reason why this would be any different at the white house then any other structure.
Surprisingly, the White House wasn't always white! It's constructedof gray colored sandstone, and wasn't painted white until after theBritish torched the place during the war of 1812.
It would either be the Red Room, or the Music Room
The White House has been in use by American Presidents since JohnAdams in 1800. Original construction began in 1792.
Yes, Warren Harding did live in the White House. The only president that didn't was George Washington.
James Madison was the President at this time. James Madison was quiet and very shy unlike his amazing wife, Dolly Madison. Dolly Madison threw extravagant parties and was a very social person. Opposites they were. The answer to your question is with quick thinking Dolly Madison, James Madison's wife...
No it does not. There are many athletic and recreational areas at the White House (tennis, gym, pool, etc) but no soccer field. However, there is plenty of lawn area, much of which is flat. I am confident that if the president or his family wanted to play a pick up game of soccer he could easily...
http://www.snopes.com/politics/soapbox/starner.asp Here is the text of his letter... Dear Mr. President: During my shift in the Emergency Room last night, I had the pleasure of evaluating a patient whose smile revealed an expensive shiny gold tooth, whose body was adorned with a wide...
The regiment branched off in the direction of the river.
\nYou can try to get legally emancipated, but having a strict guardian won't generally be considered sufficient grounds for it. Contact a family lawyer in your local area to ask for more specifics for your state or county..
At 16 you are a minor and cannot leave home without...
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He did while he was President. There never has a been a Presidentwho refused to live in the White House. It was burned down anduninhabitable for part of Madison's and Monroe's administrationuntil it was rebuilt. Truman moved arcross the street for awhile sothat the White House could be remodeled.
Depending whether your wife/husband will take the house or not. If you have any kids, you'll have to share their time.
The Pantheon is a famous spiritual structure in Italy's capital which is Rome.
I believe it was Dolly Madison
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The Seal in the oval office.
John Quincy Adams reportedly had an alligator. Hoover may have had a pair of crocodiles .
they are located in south central Arizona
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parliament house is not as big as the white house. it is a little bit smaller
US President Calvin Coolidge
because he was the first president to own a car so, he had to have a place to put it.
I have the painting in my house
The names are "Lorenzo Hayes" (1815-1825) and "Sarah Sophia Hayes" (1817-1821), both died in childhood. His surviving sibling was "Fanny Arabella Hayes" (1820-1856), he was very close with her.
The President's House and the Executive Mansion
The event that takes place at the White House every Easter is anEaster egg hunt. The Easter egg hunt is sponsored by the Presidentand his staff.
Depends how widespread the treatment is. If you just treat one small room, you can just close the door and go on with your life. But if it's wide spread or a large living room, you better get out for a while unless you feel like hacking up a lung.
In 1800 the White House was not finished and was wood. When John Adams moved in several of the rooms that are now open to the public were not finished. They hung laundry in the East room. The third floor was not really a "floor" but an attic that was only reached by a ladder. It was used as living...
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Only one for the full eight years.