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Printable Presidential Trivia for President's Day, Independence Day, Patriotic Holiday Parties

Add this presidential trivia to an inauguration party, of July event, trivia party, or pub night.

Printable Presidential Trivia for President's Day, Independence Day, Patriotic Holiday Parties

Add this presidential trivia to an inauguration party, of July event, trivia party, or pub night. The multiple choice questions also make for a fun quiz for teachers to use in the classroom.

List of the Presidents of the United States of America -- (This Photo was uploaded by Juanitaharris1.)

List of the Presidents of the United States of America - Obama is first black president - George Washington

Printable Presidential Trivia for President's Day, Independence Day, Patriotic Holiday Parties

Add this presidential trivia to an inauguration party, of July event, trivia party, or pub night.

U.S. Presidential Trivia

Fun facts and trivia about the US Presidents and First Ladies. Learn about the presidents pets, nicknames and historical importance.

Want to know which presidents also served at one time in the military

Fun facts and trivia about the US Presidents and First Ladies. Learn about the presidents pets, nicknames and historical importance.

5 Famous Pieces of Presidential Trivia (That Are Total BS) | Cracked.com

5 Famous Pieces of Presidential Trivia (That Are Total BS)

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Presidential Trivia - An American Presidents Quiz

Add this presidential trivia to an inauguration party, of July event, trivia party, or pub night. The multiple choice questions also make for a fun quiz for teachers to use in the classroom.

The Smithsonian Book of Presidential Trivia

The Smithsonian Book of Presidential Trivia by Smithsonian Institution and Amy Pastan eBook

In 1909, William Howard Taft became the 27th President of the United States. He lasted one term. In 1921, he accepted the nomination for Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, making him the only man to hold both titles. Being Chief Justice served Taft far better than being president ever did, and as it was truly his dream job. In fact, he remarked at one point that “I do not remember that I was ever president.”

Try your luck with these Presidential trivia questions to celebrate President's Day, a holiday that is celebrated each year on the third Monday of February.

Printable Presidential Trivia for President's Day, Independence Day, Patriotic Holiday Parties

Printable Presidential Trivia answers for President's Day, Independence Day, Patriotic Holiday Parties

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Presidential Trivia for Kids

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AMERICAN HISTORY: Presidential Trivia, Fun Facts and Firsts

Today, in 1961 - John F. Kennedy presented the first live presidential news conference from Washington, DC. Kennedy’s quick wit made him “an immediate sensation,” according to reporters gathered at the scene.

Presidential Trivia - Do you know why the teddy bear was named for Theodore Roosevelt? Find out and share with your little one!

Presidential Trivia - Do you know why the teddy bear was named for Theodore Roosevelt?