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Millard Fillmore In his rise from a log cabin to wealth and the White House, Millard Fillmore demonstrated that through methodical industry and some competence an uninspiring man could make the American dream come true. Born in the Finger Lakes country of New York in 1800, Fillmore as a youth endured the privations of frontier life. He worked on his father's farm, and at 15 was apprenticed to a cloth dresser. He attended one-room schools, and fell in love with the redheaded teacher, Abigail Powers, who later became his wife. In 1823 he was admitted to the bar; seven years later he moved his law practice to Buffalo. As an associate of the Whig politician Thurlow Weed, Fillmore held state office and for eight years was a member of the House of Representatives. In 1848, while Comptroller of New York, he was elected Vice President.
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Fillmore presided over the Senate during the months of nerve-wracking debates over the Compromise of 1850. He made no public comment on the merits of the compromise proposals, but a few days before President Taylor's death, he intimated to him that if there should be a tie vote on Henry Clay's bill, he would vote in favor of it.

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Abigail Fillmore BORN: January 7, 1800 Summerhill, New York CHILDREN: 1 son, 1 daughter Abigail Fillmore died in 1853 three weeks after leaving the White House (where she established a new White House Library). In 1858 Fillmore remarried.) PROFESSION: Attorney POLITICAL PARTY: Whig HOME STATE: New York POLITICAL OFFICES: U. S. Congressman, Chairman of House Ways and Means Committee, unsuccessful candidate for governor of New York (1844), Vice President. DIED: March 8, 1874 (Age - 74) BURIED: Buffalo, New York "I hope and trust he will soon return (to public office) for whether to the nation or to the state, no service can be or ever will be rendered by a more able or a more faithful public servant."
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PRESIDENTS HOME PAGE Millard Fillmore 13th President: 1850-1853 Birth: January 7, 1800 at Cayuga County, New York Birthplace information from American Cayuga County, New York web site Death: March 8, 1874 at Buffalo, New York Gravesite information from American Picture of Grave Biographies Grolier online biography White House biography Biography from Books Millard Fillmore The Presidencies of Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore Yo, Millard Fillmore (And All Those Other Presidents You Don’t Know) Millard Fillmore : Thirteenth President of the United States ... Search for books about Millard Fillmore Cabinet/Staff List by Daniel Webster - Secretary of State Election Results/Presidential Campaign Opponents: James Buchanan (D) John C. Fremont (R) Election 1856 Campaign and Election History ... 1856 Campaign Information and Memorabilia Events during Fillmore’s administration and lifetime Outline of events during Fillmore’s administration Compromise of 1850 Fugitive Slave Law First lady and family Abigail Fillmore biography from Grolier online Abigail Fillmore biography from the White House Genealogy Brian Tompsett’s US President genealogy page Miscellaneous Millard Fillmore page from C-SPAN Quotes National Historic Sites/State Historic Sites/Landmarks/Places to Visit Millard Fillmore birthplace - Cayuga County, New York

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Born: January 7, 1800, Cayuga County, New York Died: March 8, 1874, Buffalo, New York (Old Age - 74) Interred: Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, New York 50 years old, Unitarian, Tailor, Lawyer, Whig Married: February 5, 1826, to Abigail Powers; February 10, 1858, to Caroline (Carmichael) McIntosh Children: Millard Powers (1828-89); Mary Abigail (1832-54) Also served: Vice President for Zachary Taylor
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Millard Fillmore
13th President of the United States
(July 9, 1850 to March 3, 1853) Nickname: "The American Louis Philippe" Born: January 7, 1800, in Locke Township (now Summerhill), New York
Died: March 8, 1874 in Buffalo, New York Father: Nathaniel Fillmore
Mother: Phoebe Millard Fillmore
Stepmother: Eunice Love
Married: Abigail Powers (1798-1853) , on February 5, 1826; Caroline Carmichael McIntosh (1813-1881), on February 10, 1858
Children: Millard Powers Fillmore (1828-89); Mary Abigail Fillmore (1832-54) Religion: Unitarian Education: No formal education Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Whig Other Government Positions:
  • Member of New York State Assembly, 1828-31
  • Member of U.S. House of Representatives, 1833-35

7. President Fillmore'’s Letter To The Emperor Of Japan (1852)
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GREAT AND GOOD FRIEND: I send you this public letter by Commodore Matthew C. Perry, an officer of the highest rank in the navy of the United States, and commander of the squadron now visiting Your imperial majesty's dominions. I have directed Commodore Perry to assure your imperial majesty that I entertain the kindest feelings toward your majesty's person and government, and that I have no other object in sending him to Japan but to propose to your imperial majesty that the United States and Japan should live in friendship and have cornmercial intercourse with each other. The Constitution and laws of the United States forbid all interference with the religious or political concerns of other nations. I have particularly charged Commodore Perry to abstain from every act which could possibly disturb the tranquility of your imperial majesty's dominions. The United States of America reach from ocean to ocean, and our Territory of Oregon and State of California lie directly opposite to the dominions of your imperial majesty. Our steamships can go from California to Japan in eighteen days. Our great State of California produces about sixty millions of dollars in gold every year, besides silver, quicksilver, precious stones, and many other valuable articles. Japan is also a rich and fertile country, and produces many very valuable articles. Your imperial majesty's subjects are skilled in many of the arts. I am desirous that our two countries should trade with each other, for the benefit both of Japan and the United States.

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    Millard Fillmore Order: 13th President Term of Office: July 9 March 4 Followed: Zachary Taylor Succeeded by: Franklin Pierce Date of Birth January 7 Place of Birth: Summerhill, New York Date of Death: March 8 Place of Death: Buffalo, New York First Ladies Abigail Fillmore (wife)
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    (daughter) Occupation: lawyer Political Party Whig Vice President none Millard Fillmore January 7 March 8 ) was the thirteenth ( President of the United States and the second President to succeed to the office from the Vice Presidency on the death of the predecessor. He succeeded Zachary Taylor , who died of acute indigestion.
    Fillmore was born in extreme poverty to Nathaniel Fillmore and Phoebe Millard. He worked his way up through the Whig party, eventually being selected as Zachary Taylor 's running mate. It was thought that the obscure, self-made candidate from New York would complement Taylor, a slave-holding military man from the south. Nevertheless, the two men came to a head on the slavery issue in the new western territories taken from Mexico in the Mexican-American War . Taylor wanted the new states to be free states, while Fillmore supported slavery in those states in order to appease the South. In his own words: "God knows that I detest slavery, but it is an existing evil ... and we must endure it and give it such protection as is guaranteed by the Constitution."

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    • Through a compromise with the British over a northern border, Polk managed to gain the territory which now make up Washington and Oregon. This made Polk the first president to run the country extending from the Atlantic Ocean all the way to the Pacific Ocean. It was during President Polk’s term in 1845 that the abolitionist and escaped slave Frederick Douglass wrote his autobiography, endangering his own freedom by doing so. President Polk believed that the United States had a "manifest destiny" to expand. His attempts to gain more of Texas, New Mexico, and California led to the Mexican War. The invention of the revolver by Samuel Colt helped the U.S. to win this war and gain five hundred thousand square miles of land. Polk had promised to serve only one term in office. True to his word he retired at the end of his term. He died only three months after

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    He was one of four Presidents born in New York State. He was also one of six Presidents born in a log cabin. Fillmore married his teacher, Abigail Powers, who was 2 years older than her husband. Abigail arranged for the purchase of the first cooking stove in the White House. But the cook couldn't figure out how to work the stove, so the president went to the U.S. Patent Office, read the patent for the stove, and went back to the White House and taught the cook how to use it. Abigail also set up the first White House library and had the first bathtub installed. Until he was 17, he had read little besides the Bible. He was in the military, but saw no action. He belonged to the Whig Political Party. Millard Fillmore was Vice President under Zachary Taylor. He never ran for President. He became President after the death of Zachary Taylor When he became President, they didn't fill the position of Vice President. When the Library of Congress burned in 1851, Fillmore and his Cabinet helped fight the blaze.

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