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Facts about the Presidents

a compilation of biographical and historical data.

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        StatementAce Books
        PublishersAce Books
        LC Classifications1976
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        Paginationxvi, 82 p. :
        Number of Pages56
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        ISBN 10nodata

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For example, when Dallas County medical examiner tried to perform an autopsy on the president's body, the corpse was forcibly removed by federal officials. Soon, Halpin discovered she was pregnant, but after she gave birth, her son was given to another family.

In fairness, they only kept 12 animals as trophies, and the rest were shipped off to museums, or eaten. William Taft: William Taft was so large that an over-sized bathtub had to be brought into the White House. After the autopsy, the was put inside a stainless-steel cylinder, which was then stored inside a foot locker. The box also contained Kennedy's blood and tissue samples, and all this evidence was stashed away in the National Archive.

Franklin Pierce: Franklin Pierce perfected the comb-over. Benjamin Harrison: Benjamin Harrison was accidentally shocked by electricity in the White House, and refused to touch a switch.

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Back when Cleveland was a 20-something lawyer in Buffalo, New York, his law partner had a daughter named Frances Folsom. However, when John Quincy Adams heard of the expedition, he overrode the legislature and gave Symmes the presidential stamp of approval. However, Jefferson owned over throughout his life, separated families, published a scientific defense of racism, and said black people were "as incapable as children.

Things only got worse when a German spy was found sneaking into the US aboard a ship of immigrants. " Despite the cheerful title, the column was all about exposing politicians and airing dirty DC laundry, and Anderson's number one target was Nixon.

If a species was dying off, those creatures were shot and stuffed, so future generations could see these extinct creatures in a Facts about the Presidents. Isham, on the other hand, managed to escape, and was never found.