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What are some concepts in Clinton's first Presidential Inaugural?

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The first US President, George Washington, served two (2) terms as President. His first inaugural was in New York City, New York. His second inaugural took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Congress temporarily moved the US Capital there. Washington DC has been the site of every Presidential Inaugural since 1801 with Thomas Jefferson.


Including the 2008 season, there have been 48 Presidential 1st pitches thrown out.


The very first thing that he did was give a famous inaugural speech. His first presidential action was to call a bank holiday, closing them temporarily to prevent further drain on resources.


The first presidential speech sent by telegraph wire was given by Abraham Lincoln. His Inaugural Address on March 4, 1861 was sent from New York to Kearney, Nebraska.


Lincoln's first inaugural address was on MArch 4, 1861!!


Lincoln's first inaugural address was created in 1861.


The inaugural of Harry S Truman was the first to be televised in 1949.


PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATIONSHis second inauguration marked the first time that women officially participated in the inaugural paradeWoodrow Wilson



The President officially takes office immediately after his swearing in. After he has officially taken the oath of office, he traditionally gives a speech - his first as President. The speech as known as the inaugural address.


what was the main argument in his first inaugural address.


Inaugural because you can never have a "1st" of something until you have a "2nd".


President Lincoln delivered his first inaugural address on March 4, 1861


whose inaugural parade was the first to include a reviewing standfor the president?


Franklin Delano Roosevelt's first inaugural speech was on Saturday, the fourth of March in 1933.


He gave his first Inaugural speech on March 4, 1861 and his second Inaugural speech on March 4, 1865.



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Yes and no. His first inaugural was in NYC, since it was the capital, but he gave a second inaugural address in Philadelphia as well.


Jefferson Davis delivered his first and only Inaugural Address on February 18, 1861.



His first inaugural was on March 4, 1817His second inaugural address as on March 5, 1821 since March 4 was on Sunday.






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