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#1

Not only was George Washington America’s most popular president, but he ran a successful distillery business. What kind of alcohol did he distribute?

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    Wine
    Whiskey
    Vodka
    Absinthe

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#2

Being president of the United States is one thing, but being honored as the namesake of another country’s capital is something else! Which country’s capital is Monrovia, named after James Monroe?

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  • Liberia

  • Vietnam

  • Belize

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#3

True or false: Martin Van Buren was the first president to be born a United States citizen.

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  • True. Everyone else was born as a British subject.

  • False. Being born a U.S. citizen is a requirement for entering the Oval Office.

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#4

Abraham Lincoln had some of the coolest interests and hobbies before entering politics. Which is NOT true about the 16th president?

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  • Was a successful wrestler, losing only one in 300 matches.

  • Is the only president to have ever been a licensed bartender.

  • He opened a brewery that is now owned by Anheuser-Busch.

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#5

Andrew Jackson gained skills in his apprenticeship long before becoming president. What would his fallback career have been?

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  • Tailor

  • Silversmith

  • Lumberjack

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#6

James A. Garfield was a gifted man. Which interesting fact about the 20th president is true?

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  • Garfield was ambidextrous and could write Latin with one hand and Greek with the other — at the same time.

  • One of the smartest presidents, Garfield’s IQ was 178.

  • Having brains and brawn, Garfield could bench press 500 lbs.

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