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Can you name the past or current US presidents from their activities in the given year?
Updated Aug 29, 2014
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The men were, are, or would later be presidents of the United States. A given president may show up more than once.
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This man served in the Virginia State Legislature and worked on guaranteeing religious freedom there.
This man avidly followed the proceedings of the Continental Congress through correspondence with his father, a delegate.
Growing up in rural North Carolina, this man received a sporadic education, at best.
This man was Commander-in-chief of the Continental Army as the American colonies revolted.
This Virginian wrote much of the Declaration of Independence.
This man, representing Massachusetts in the second Continental Congress, advocated for separate, independent American states.
This man served in the 3rd Virginia Regiment in the Continental Army and was wounded in the Battle of Trenton.
Only three years old, this man realized little of the successful Virginian political family surrounding him.
This man graduated from High School near Los Angeles, California.
This man, at the time only six years old, was an avid reader and gained an interest in his father's farm.
This budding actor was student president at Eureka College.
This man was Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court until he died on March 8.
This man was the assistant to a high-ranking War Department official tasked with preparatory combat strategies.
As presiding judge of the Jackson (MO) County Court, this man coordinated extensive infrastructure improvements.
This man excelled at football for Grand Rapids South High School, attracting the attention of some colleges.
This man was director of the New York Life Insurance Company and wrote a syndicated newspaper column.
This man graduated from Texas State and worked in Welly Hopkins' campaign for Congress.
This son of a wall street banker entered elementary school in Greenwich, Connecticut.
After finishing the eighth grade in Connecticut, this man spent his summer in Hyannis, Massachusetts.
This man advocated strong labor regulation law and created several public work programs.
This man courted the support of Tammany Hall in his reelection bid to remain New York's governor.
This man lived in Missouri, keeping from the public eye and occasionally struggling to make ends meet.
This man flew F-102s while serving in the Texas Air National Guard.
This man campaigned for reelection as Governor of California, a state where he had gained popularity as a film actor.
This man, just returned from a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford, enrolled at Yale to study law.
This lame duck Congressman from Texas prepared to assume the American ambassadorship to the UN.
This man was busy running for Governor of Georgia, making countless campaign stops while operating his peanut farm.
This man, capitalizing on voters' environmental awareness, established the EPA and witnessed the first Earth Day from the White House.
This man attended elementary school in Jakarta, Indonesia, having moved from Hawaii three years prior.
This man, in his 21st year as Congressman from Grand Rapids, Michigan, was in his fifth year as House Minority Leader.
This man wrote his memoirs and worked on his Presidential Library from his ranch in Stonewall, Texas.
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