|Statement||by Gerry and Janet Souter.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|Contributions||Souter, Janet, 1940-|
|LC Classifications||E427 .S68 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||00010569|
Dec 25, · This book adroitly recognizes Millard Fillmore's accomplishments in an intelligent manner. The book has many interesting anecdotes and quotes that greatly embellish the narrative. For example, Fillmore's writings demonstrate an adherence to Constitutional principles, nationalism, and favorite foods, stand on slavery, and political ideology/5(11). Millard Fillmore (January 7, – March 8, ) was the 13th president of the United States (–), and the last to be a member of the Whig Party while in the White House.A former U.S. representative from New York, Fillmore was elected the nation's 12th vice president in , and succeeded to the presidency in July upon the death of President Zachary hisn-alarum.comed by: Zachary Taylor. Jun 01, · Millard Fillmore In The American Presidents Series With the election, I became fascinated again with the American presidency and read some of the book in the American Presidents Series edited by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. and Sean Wilentz, that I hadn't read earlier. Among these books is Paul Finkelman's study of Millard Fillmore/5. Jan 30, · "Millard Fillmore" by Paul Finkelman was published in and is part of The American Presidents series. Finkelman is a professor of law at Albany Law School, a legal historian and prolific author. He has written dozens of books and newspaper articles on topics ranging from Thomas Jefferson to civil rights to baseball. This being.
Millard Fillmore was thrust into the presidency after the death of Zachary Taylor. Learn more about his career as the 13th U.S. president, including how his support for the Compromise of Born: Jan 07, Nov 06, · Professor Robert J. Rayback’s history of Millard Fillmore is still the best biography of the 13th President of the United States. In one of the many unexplained, unfortunate quirks of history, most of the official papers of Fillmore’s administration were destroyed by his son.4/5(2). Millard Fillmore, who became president after Taylor's death, was inexperienced and virtually unknown when he was nominated for vice president at the Whig convention. He was born in poverty in central New York, poorly schooled as a child, and largely self-educated after that.4/5. Jan 03, · Millard Fillmore, 13th president of the United States (–53), whose insistence on federal enforcement of the Fugitive Slave Act of alienated the North and led to the destruction of the Whig Party. Elected vice president in , he acceded .
Millard Fillmore (January 7, – March 8, ) was the thirteenth President of the United States, serving from until , and the last member of the Whig Party to hold that office. He succeeded from the Vice Presidency on the death of President Zachary Taylor, who died of acute gastroenteritis, becoming the second U.S. President to assume the office in this hisn-alarum.com: January 7, , Summerhill, New York. Thirteen apparently wasn't Millard Fillmore's magic number. And the presidency clearly wasn't the job for which he was best suited. So when he became the nation's thirteenth chief executive (following Zachary Taylor's death) he must have swallowed hard and wondered what exactly he had gotten himself into. He hadn't expected to serve as president, of. Millard Fillmore, –, 13th President of the United States (July, –Mar., ), b. Locke (now Summer Hill), N.Y. Because he was compelled to work at odd jobs at an early age to earn a living his education was irregular and incomplete. Mallard Fillmore is a comic strip written and illustrated by Bruce Tinsley that has been syndicated by King Features Syndicate since June 6, The strip follows the exploits of its title character, an anthropomorphic green-plumaged duck who works as a politically conservative reporter at fictional television station WFDR in Washington, D.C. Mallard's name is a pun on the name of the 13th Author(s): Bruce Tinsley.