Woodrow Wilson kept sheep to cut the grass and save money.
He was William Howard Taft who kept a cow in order to have fresh milk.
William Howard Taft kept a cow in order to have fresh milk.
Three presidents have kept cows as pets. The first was William Henry Harrison who owned a Durham cow in 1841. The second was Rutherford B. Hayes who owned several Jersey cows. The third was William Taft who owned a cow named Pauline Wayne. Pauline Wayne was kept on the White House lawn and became a presidential icon during Taft's presidency.
Really big since there is a south and north lawn
The White House lawn.
Woodrow Wilson saved government money by letting sheep graze on the White House lawn instead to paying someone to mow it.
Franklin Pierce was the first President to have an outdoor tree decorated for Christmas on. the White House lawn .
Woodrow Wilson kept sheep on tbe White House lawn during WWI.
Thomas Jefferson, had two bears sent to him by Lewis and Clarke. He kept them on the south lawn and often walked with them. Jefferson critics referred to the white house as "the presidents bear garden."
grey, and black.
Andrew Johnson had nothing to do with an Easter Egg Roll at the White House. That event was brought to the White House by Rutherford B. Hayes when it was no longer possible to do it on the Capitol lawn.
John F. Kennedy is the president who played football on the White House lawn. He played football games on the lawn with his family, which drew interest from the public and furthered his image as a family man.
He supposedly decorated a tree on the White House lawn for a Christmas tree.
Explorer Zebulon Pike sent a live pair of grizzly bear cubs to Thomas Jefferson at the White House. Jefferson put them in a cage and placed them on the front lawn. In this way, Jefferson showed Americans that new and exciting worlds beyond the Mississippi were waiting to be discovered.
Not that anyone has mentioned or documented it.
He had a tree in White House lawn decorated for a Christmas Tree.
The White House has an annual Easter egg hunt.