Thomas Jefferson was one of only two presidents to have also signed the Declaration of Independence. Was the other George Washington, John Adams or James Madison?













































Thomas Jefferson was one of only two presidents to have also signed the Declaration of Independence.

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Thomas Jefferson was one of only two presidents to have also signed the Declaration of Independence.

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Thomas Jefferson was one of only two presidents to have also signed the Declaration of Independence.

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Jefferson's 1801 inauguration was the first to be held ....where?

On March 4, 1801, Thomas Jefferson became the first President inaugurated in the nation's new capitol, the District of Columbia, now know as Washington, D.C.

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Which of these foods was Thomas Jefferson the first person in North America known to grow as a crop? Is it....

The green bean, lettuce, or the tomato.













































Which of these foods was Thomas Jefferson the first person in North America known to grow as a crop?

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Which of these foods was Thomas Jefferson the first person in North America known to grow as a crop?

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Which of these foods was Thomas Jefferson the first person in North America known to grow as a crop?

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Of Thomas Jefferson's many accomplishments, one of the following listed below is not included in the epitaph on his monument. Is it....

President of the United States,
Author of the Declaration of Independence,
Author of the Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom, or
Father of the University of Virginia?













































Of Thomas Jefferson's many accomplishments, one of his more notable is not included in the epitaph on his monument.

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Jefferson wrote his own epitaph, and left instructions that upon his death "not a word more" be added.
His monument at Monticello reads as follows:

Here was buried
Thomas Jefferson
Author of the Declaration of American Independence,
Of the Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom,
and Father of the University of Virginia.
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Of Thomas Jefferson's many accomplishments, one of his more notable is not included in the epitaph on his monument.

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Of Thomas Jefferson's many accomplishments, one of his more notable is not included in the epitaph on his monument.

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Of Thomas Jefferson's many accomplishments, one of his more notable is not included in the epitaph on his monument.

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Following the War of 1812, what happened to Jefferson's private library of books?

During the "Burning of Washington" by British troops in 1812, the original Library of Congress was completely destroyed. Jefferson donated his own collection of books to serve as the foundation of the new national library.

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President Madison's physical size distinguishes him how?

At five foot four inches "tall," he was America's shortest President.

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By 1831, the longevity of the then 80 year old "Father of the Constitution" caused Madison to be....?

The last surviving person to have signed the Constitution.

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President Madison's re-election in 1812 holds what presidential election first?

With war being declared against Britian in June of 1812, Madison was the first President to be re-elected during wartime.

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James Madison is one of eight presidents to have been honored by having his portrait appear on our nation's paper currency. On which bill does his portrait appear? The 50 Dollar Bill, 500 Dollar Bill, or 5000 Dollar Bill.















































On which bill does James Madison's portrait appear?

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Ulysses Grant's likeness is on the Fifty.

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On which bill does his portrait appear?

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William McKinley's likeness is on the Five Hundred.

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On which bill does his portrait appear?

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While no longer being printed by the U.S. Mint, those 5000 Dollar Bills with Madison's presidential portrait are still quite legal tender.



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