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The 2009 inaugural parade was 2 and 1/2 hours. YO


Troop 'A' in Inaugural Parade - 1897 was released on: USA: March 1897


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



A Part of Inaugural Parade Washington - 1897 was released on: USA: March 1897


Abraham Lincoln became the 1st President to include African-Americans in his Inaugural Day Parade in 1865.


The purpose of the Inaugural Parade is to celebrate the inauguration of a new President. The most recent Inaugural Parade was Monday, January 21, 2013, when President Barack Obama was made President of the United States.


it starts at 6:00 and no kids



ok, so if i do recall correstly, the first president to ride in a car at an inaugural parade was president Abraham Lincoln. Hope i helped!!!


Inauguration of President Roosevelt the Grand Inaugural Parade - 1905 was released on: USA: March 1905



The cast of 2013 Presidential Inaugural Parade - 2013 includes: Joe Biden as himself Barack Obama as himself



President Bush did get out of the limo and walk the inaugural parade. The parade took place on January 20, 2001.




2 and a half hours yo! yupdeedoo


Woodrow Wilson's second inauguration in 1917 was the first in which women marched in the inaugural parade. (This was also the first time the first lady accompanied the president to and frorm the capitol.)


The presidential parade didn't contain any floats. Just a lot of people marching and an armored cadillac with the president in it.



President Theodore Roosevelt allowed Geronimo out of federal prison in order to ride in the inaugural parade. He was among six famous Indian chief to participate.


Geronimo, the last great warrior chief of the Apache, rode in Teddy Roosevelt's inaugural parade.


Woodrow Wilson became the first president to include women in his Inauguration Day parade in 1917.


Yes scholar and African American writer and abolitionist did attend Lincoln's Second Inaugural Ball in 1864.



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