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What is a famous quote by Millard Fillmore?

One famous quote by Millard Fillmore talks about asking God to save  the country because the people won't. Millard Fillmore is also  famous for saying that slavery is a nece (MORE)

Who is Millard Fillmore and where was he born?

13th President of the United States Born on January 7, 1800 in Cayuga County, New York, Millard Fillmore was the 13th President of the United States. President Fillmore was in (MORE)

What did President Fillmore want from the Japanese?

President Fillmore wanted the Japanese to have better treatment of  the sailors ship wrecked on the Japanese Islands and to have  foreign relations with the US and Japan.
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How did Millard Fillmore die?

Millard Fillmore died at his mansion in Buffalo, New York at 11:10  pm on March 8th 1874 from a stroke. He was partially paralyzed from  a stroke he had had a month before. (MORE)

Did Millard Fillmore have a presidential library?

Millard Fillmore did not have a presidential library. The presidents that did have a presidential library are the following: John Quincy Adams, Abraham Lincoln, Rutherford B. (MORE)

What problems did Millard Fillmore face?

The biggest problem that Fillmore faced was slavery-- especially  what to do about slavery in the new territories and what to do  about escaped slaves and the people who hel (MORE)

Accomplishments of Millard Fillmore?

Millard Fillmore accomplishments include the Compromise of 1850 and  the admission of California and New Mexico as free states. Fillmore  was the 13th President of the Unite (MORE)

What did Millard Fillmore do after being president?

Millard Fillmore took no new jobs after being president but many  events happened after he left. His wife got pneumonia* and died  only a month after. About a year after tha (MORE)

What were Millard Fillmore failures?

Millard Fillmore is the 13th President of the United States. His  major failures, according to some historians, are: signing of the  Fugitive Slave Act into Law and by not p (MORE)

Did Millard Fillmore serve in the military?

No-Fillmore did not serve in the regular military.  He did organize and serve in a home guard for men over 45 in  Buffalo, NY during the civil war.
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