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    First Ladies Sarah Polk, Margaret Taylor, and Abigail Fillmore

    Paul Finkelman and Conover Hunt talked about the life and influence of first ladies Sarah Polk, Margaret Taylor, and Abigail Fillmore. They responded to telephone calls and electronic…

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    Book Discussion on Millard Fillmore

    Historian and legal scholar Paul Finkelman recounted the presidential tenure of Millard Fillmore, who took office following the death of President Zachary Taylor in 1850. Professor…

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    Millard Fillmore Biographical Vignette

    Vice President Millard Fillmore was sworn in as president in July of 1850, upon the death of President Zachary Taylor. When he was younger, he practiced law in New York State, and…

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    Life Portrait of Millard Fillmore

    In the thirteenth in a series on American presidents, the life and career of Millard Fillmore were discussed. Mr. Scarry and Ms. Francis talked about Fillmore’s…

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    Millard Fillmore Map Collection

    Ms. Van Ee talked about the map collection of Millord Fillmore which is housed in the Library of Congress.

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    Millard Fillmore Interpreter

    Mr. Hamilton, in a portrayal of Millard Fillmore, focused on the political career of the president and his position on slavery.

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    President Millard Fillmore

    Ms. Medford talked about the state of the union when Millord Fillmore became president. She also focused on the tensions concerning the expansion of slavery and the Compromise of…

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    Millard Fillmore Portrayal

    Rick Williamson gave a biographical portrayal of Millard Fillmore. He talked about the birth, childhood, education, and political life of President Fillmore. He performed his…

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    Millard Fillmore Gravesite

    The School Bus crew observed tour guides being trained at Forest Lawn Cemetery where former U.S. President Millard Fillmore and his wife are buried.

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    President Fillmore Home

    Mr. Godfrey talked with the School Bus crew about the President Millard Fillmore home. Fillmore lived there from 1826 to 1830 while working as a part-time teacher and lawyer.

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