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Who was the first president to play the saxophone during his inaugural ball?

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Bill Clinton played the saxophone often during his first run for the presidency.

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

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

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

FDR said it, during his first inaugural address.

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!!!

Thomas Jefferson, during his second inauguration was the first president to have a procession down Pennsylvania Avenue. Washington and John Adams did not have an inaugural procession down Pennsylvania Avenue.

Franklin Roosevelt was the first president to take office on the inaugural date specified by the Twentieth Amendment.

A speech by the president on his or her first day of office

James Madison was the president who was inaugurated in 1809.

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

Well, it MIGHT have been Thomas Jefferson? He was also the only president to walk to and from his inaugural, and the first president to be inaugurated at the Capitol. :)

Thomas Jefferson was the first and probably only president to walk to and from his inauguration.

During his First Inaugural address, he asked the South to refrain from seceding from the Union. During his Second Inaugural address, he did not address the South, directly but he spoke to the nation, as a whole.

The first saxophone was a C bass saxophone.

President Clinton chose Maya Angelou to recite his inaugural poem, It was recited at hi first inauguration in 1993. It was called On the Pulse of Morning.

March 4, 1861. He gave his second inaugural address on March 4, 1865.

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