Presidential Oaths

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Can you name the U.S. Presidents who took their oath in atypical circumstances?

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Oath GiverOath TakerOath Location
John R. Hazel, District JudgeAnsley Wilcox House, Buffalo
Melville Fuller, Chief JusticeU.S. Capitol- Original Senate Wing
John Marshall, Chief JusticeOld Brick Capitol, Washington
Edward White, Chief JusticeU.S. Capitol- President's Room
William Cranch, District JudgeU.S. Capitol- House Chamber
John Marshall, Chief JusticeU.S. Capitol- House Chamber
Sarah T. Hughes, District JudgeAir Force One, Love Field, Dallas
Salmon P. Chase, Chief JusticeKirkwood Hotel, Washington
Harlan Stone, Chief JusticeWhite House- Cabinet Room
John C. Coolidge, Notary PublicPlymouth, Vermont
John R. Brady, NY Supreme Ct. Justice123 Lexington Ave, New York
Warren Burger, Chief JusticeWhite House- North Entrance Hall
Oliver Ellsworth, Chief JusticeCongress Hall, Philadelphia
John Roberts, Chief JusticeWhite House- Map Room
Morrison Waite, Chief JusticeWhite House- Red Room
Warren Burger, Chief JusticeWhite House- East Room
William Cranch, District JudgeBrown's Hotel, Washington
Robert Livingston, Chancellor of NYFederal Hall, NY

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