He became president on the death of Zachary Taylor.
Millard Fillmore was the 13th President of the United States. (He was also the 12th Vice President)
For Japan to open its trading ports with the US of A
umm... i dont care and i dont know because millard fillmore is hardly known and no one cares about this guy im only looking him up because i have to for school
Millard Fillmore had one hobby, which was collecting books.
She died at age 67 from natural causes on August 11, 1881, six years after her second husband, Millard Fillmore.
Fillmore and his first wife , Abigail Powers Fillmore, had twochildren, one son and one daughter: .
Millard Powers Fillmore (April 25, 1828 - November 15,1889 .
Mary Abigail Fillmore (March 27, 1832 - July 26, 1854)
In 1852 the United States and Peru were seriously close to armed conflict and all this fuss was over guano, large deposits of bird feces. Just before and immediately following the American Civil War, Agriculturists in the United States were seeking an effective fertilizer to reverse decades of...
Yes he did like being President.
The first White House library was created at the insistence of Mrs.Fillmore. (There is a false story, begun by H. L. Mencken, that Fillmore hadthe first White House bath tub put in. See the related question.)
The White House library was begun at the request of his wife. Hemay have had the first kitchen range added to the white house. H.L. Mencken published a story, later admitted to be a hoax, thatFillmore had the first bathtub put into the White House,
Millard Fillmore was born on January 7, 1800 and died on March 8, 1874. Millard Fillmore would have been 74 years old at the time of death or 215 years old today.
Millard Fillmore died on March 8, 1874 at the age of 74.
Fillmore was born on January 7, 1800 in Cayuga County, New York.
millard fillmore grew up on a farm.He attemed loca; schools irregulary until he was 17.Fillmore also worked as a clothes apprentice.When he got older he studied law with judge Watter Wood.
Smart, cool ,Funny , cute ,and brave
The 13th President of the United States was Millard Fillmore from July 9, 1850 to March 4, 1853 Fillmore was president for two years and about 7 months. He served from July 10, 1850 until March 4, 1853. He completed the term of Zachary Taylor .
Everett Fillmore and Henry Fillmore
Millard Fillmore was an American.
"The American Louis Philippe".
Millard Filmore did not have any pets
Never. Millard Fillmore was elected to be Vice President ofthe United States on 1848 November 7. Millard Fillmore initiallybecame the Vice President on March 4, being sworn in the day after.Fillmore became the president with the death of Zachary Taylor onJuly 9, 1850.
He proposed that further enslavement would stop or lessen as the years go by or to completely get rid of enslavement all together and not worry about it.
The biggest thing was probably the Compromise of 1850. Also,California was admitted as a state.
Fillmore was Vice President for Zachary Taylor.
He said that he did not want there to be slaves he wanted everyoneto be equal.
Abigail Fillmore was born on March 13, 1798.
Abigail Fillmore was born on March 13, 1798.
Zachary Taylor was the President of the United States beforeMillard Fillmore. Zachary Taylor was the 12th President of theUnited States from 1849 March 4 to 1850 July 9, when he died ofillness. Millard Fillmore, the Vice President at the time, becamethe President of the United States.
Fillmore didn't go to school as a child so he could barely read. Ashe got older he enrolled at an academy in New Hope, New York, wherehe met and married his wife. He studied with two lawyers, JosephClary and Asa Rice in Buffalo and passed the bar exam.
Fillmore lived a little more than 74 years.
He died at about two months after he turned 74.
In terms of what major events occurred during his presidency... 1.) The Compromise of 1850 2.) California is admitted as a free state 3.) The Fugitive Slave Act is passed 4.) Commodore Matthew Perry sails to Japan on a commercial venture 5.) The Lopez Exepedition---a U.S attempt to...
mom phobe fillmore and dad nathaniel
Fillmore love candy bars with sprinkles in the middle and some hot fudge
His formal education consisted of less than at a private academy in New Hope, New York.
He signed the Compromise of 1850 which kept America from a civil war for a decade. He also added California to the Union as a free state. Millard Fillmore unfortunately enacted the Slave Act which denied slaves the right to a trial.
Modern presidential dollar coins are each worth one dollar.
Fillmore supported the Compromise of 1850 and like any compromise, it did not satisfy anybody, but it was most hated by strong anti-slavery people in the North.
I would never name my child Fillmore, even though it was the name of a president.
President Millard Fillmore was a 4th cousin 3 times removed of President John Adams and 5th cousin 2 times removed of his son President John Quincy Adams through their common ancestor of Henry Squire. President Millard Fillmore was a 9th cousin 1 time removed of President Richard M. Nixon through...
They all took office because the President died and they were thevice-president. They all served for less than a full term and noneof them were nominated for another term. (Andrew Johnson alsobelongs in this group.)
His first wife was Abigail Powers Fillmore. She was responsible for getting a library established in the White House. His second wife was Caroline McIntosh Fillmore.
go on the exploding bins and then goto downtown and meet lightning mcqueen
Yes, he did- it was not completely successful but it did stave off the Civil War for awhile.
Millard Fillmore was the second of nine children. As the secondchild, he was, however, the eldest son of Nathaniel Fillmore andPhoebe Millard.
She died of cholera at age 22.
It is worth $1, it is not gold but rather brass.
He vied strongly for the Whig nomination in 1852 but lost.He spent a year touring Europe, then was nominated by the American (Know-Nothing) party in 1856 where he won 20% of the popular vote and carried the state of Maryland.
Millard loved to collect books and he enjoyed eating cherries.
He was the 12th US Vice President.
Fillmore took office upon the death of Taylor on July 9,1850.
NO- Fillmore was number thirteen,
None that we were involved in, no.
He kept the union together for four more years and opened Japan to Western trade.
Failed To Provide The leadership Necessary To Keep The Whig Party Together . He Was In Flavor Of Compromise On The Slavery Issue
Caroline Carmichael McIntosh Fillmore ( October 21, 1813 - August 11, 1881) was the second Mrs. Fillmore.
Millard Fillmore took no new jobs after being president but manyevents happened after he left. His wife got pneumonia* and diedonly a month after. About a year after that his daughter died ofcholera*. A few years after his daughter's death he remarried awoman named Caroline MacIntosh. Lastly, a few...
Fillmore loved to collect books he and his wife, Abigail, had a personal library with 4000 books. His wife is credited with establishing the first permanent White House library. Fillmore also liked to work to benefit civic groups such as the YMCA, art museums, hospitals, colleges, volunteer fire...
He was not particularly funny in any way that I know of. His first name is very unusual for a first name- it was his mother's maiden name and maybe some would think it is funny- might remind you of mallard which is a duck. As president he is among the most obscure since he took over when the...
He gained weight as he grew older. He probably weighed 240 poundswhen he was President, maybe a little less.
He presided over the US Senate .
Fillmore did not get much education or have the chance to earn any degrees but he studied law with a lawyer and passed the bar exam which let him practice law.
125$ more or less. pretty valuble!
He served in the NY state house, served three term in the US Congress, was NY state comptroller and , of course, vice-president before he became the president.
Fillmore lived on a farm in a remote section of the Finger Lakes area of New York. When he was 14, he was apprenticed to a cloth mill in New Hope, New York. I don't think one would call New Hope a city.
His last words were about the soup he had just been fed : "Thenourishment is palatable"
The biggest problem that Fillmore faced was slavery-- especiallywhat to do about slavery in the new territories and what to doabout escaped slaves and the people who helped them .
Some of Millard Fillmore's favorite books may include anything having to do with the transportation of goods/trade networking throughout the times. It has been known that Millard was a fan of collecting books, and that he opened Japanese ports to trade with Americans. Books that struck his interest ...
He was something of a book collector- he and his wife accumulated alibrary of over 4000 books and this was before they made cheappaper backs.
The Compromise of 1850 Ã consisted of five separate laws: 1. Admitting California as a free state. 2. Texas received compensation for giving up claims to western lands. 3. Establishing Utah and New Mexico as territories. 4. Passing the Fugitive Slave Act, this required the federal government...
i read in this nonfiction book that he wanted to stop slavery
Abigail Powers and Coraline Mcintosh
February 5,1826 was the date that Millard Fillmore marriedhis first wife, Abigail Powers. He married a second time on February 10,1858 to CarolineCarmichael McIntosh.
I don't know how famous it is, but here: http://millercenter.org/president/speeches/detail/3552 is his first annual message to the nation, which contains somewords of wisdom, imho.
March 8, 1874. He was 74.
Fillmore became president in 1850 when the 12th president ( http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Zachary_Taylor ) died. The Whig party did not pick him to run for president in 1852. He ran for president in 1856 for the http://wiki.answers.com/w/index.php?title=Know_Nothing_Party&action=edit&redlink=1 , but...
Millard Fillmore attended New Hope Academy in1819, IF ANYONE KNOWS WHAT YEAR HE LEFT PLEASE ANSWER MY QUESTION!!! (What Years did Millard Fillmore go to New Hope Academy?)
By opening his mouth, and saying something
7-10 haiku: Millard Fillmore sworn Prez this date; first poem Ever writ 'bout dat
He grew up on a farm and had to do his share of farm chores. Forfun, he went hunting and fishing. When he was fourteen he wasapprenticed to work as a clothmaker. He was not allowed to goschool at that time.
Millard Fillmore was the 13th President of the United States of America. As the Vice President, he served after the death of Zachary Taylor in 1800 until 1803, when he was succeeded by Franklin Pierce.
He got it because some people thought he was handsome.
His daughter Mary Abigail who was 18 when he took office was with him and served as a hostess at the White House when Mrs. Fillmore was ill, as was often the case.