All US presidents on the US dollars bills.

Presidential Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

From specific suite and tie matches to winning elections, and running through their tenures, it seems there's hardly time for our presidents to catch up on some fun.

Discover how they do it presidentially while keeping the cool 1st citizen look with our fun facts.


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Most American currency has past presidents on them. Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th president is featured on the $50 dollar bill. While most U.S. currency has presidents on them, founding fathers Alexander Hamilton and Benjamin Franklin can be found on the $10 and $100 bills, respectively.

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They all passed the bar! With 45 presidents and counting, being a lawyer is definitely the most popular. Twenty-six Presidents were lawyers before they were elected!

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Grover Cleveland served as both the 22nd and 24th President. Originally elected in 1885, he lost the following term to Benjamin Harrison before running again and being elected for his second term in 1893.

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While all of these presidents died while in office, William Henry Harrison had the shortest term as president in history. Harrison died on April 4, 1841, just 32 days after his term began.

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The original presidential house was located in Philadelphia. It served the first two presidents before moving to Washington, D.C.

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After helping lead the colonists to victory in the American Revolutionary war, George Washington was elected the first presdient of the United States. He is the only president to have ever been elected unanimously.

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The White House was originally called the Executive Mansion or the President's House before Roosevelt coined the term.

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Abraham Lincoln was the 16th Prsident of the United States. He served during the Civil War and this popular line is the beginning to the Emancipation Proclamation.

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Clearly being president is a familiar thing. John Quincy Adams, the 6th president of the United States, was the son of John Adams, the 2nd president. George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush are also another father/son presidential duo, being the 41st and 43rd presidents, respectively.

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FDR was the 32nd President of the United States during a time where there was no limit for how many terms a man could be president. Starting office in March of 1933, he would go on to be president for 12 years until his death in April 1945.

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