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QUIZ: Can you name the US President when given an interesting facts about them?

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This President established the last Thursday in November as a national day of Thanksgiving.
His study of Native American Mound builders earned him the title, 'Father of American Archaelolgy'.
This President was ambidextrous and could write Greek with one hand and Latin with the other!
As a teen this president decided to become a president after meeting John Kennedy on a Boys' Nation Trip
This President was orphaned at age 9 and was a millionaire by age 40
One state, 7 mountains, 8 streams, 10 lakes, 33 counties, 9 colleges, and 121 towns are named after this President
This president was a bit concerned about electricity. So much so that when electric lights were installed in the White House, he left the job of turning the off and on to the White
He was the first President to have been born in the 19th century and was friends with both Nathaniel Hawthorne and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
He had 15 children, the most of any President
He served as both Vice President and President without ever having been elected into either office
Interesting FactPresident
He was tone deaf and once said, 'I know only two tunes. One of them is 'Yankee Doodle' and the other isn't.'
American astronauts placed a plaque on the moon with his name
He was the first President to ride in an airplane and the first to receive a Nobel Peace Prize
During World War I, this President used sheep to trim the White House lawn
At age 17 he commanded a Revolutionary War regiment at the Battle of Trenton and endured the terrible winter at Valley Forge
During his presidency, Her Royal Highness, Emma of Hawai'i, became the first queen to visit the United States
He kept the secret of his terminal illness well hidden from the world.
He was the only President who never married.
Aside from Benjamin Harrison, this President won the electoral college vote but lost the popular vote.
The only president to serve as President and (later) as Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court

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