[Vision2020] Fw:The Only Presidential Patent, Andrew Jackson Wasn't Always on the $20 Bill, The Raucous Home Life of the Madisons and More
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Subject: The Only Presidential Patent, Andrew Jackson Wasn't Always on the $20 Bill, The Raucous Home Life of the Madisons and More
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Date: 02/15/16 16:03:02
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How 43 Giant, Crumbling Presidential Heads Ended Up in a Virginia Field
George Washington: The Reluctant President
Abraham Lincoln Is the Only President Ever to Have a Patent
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That Time When Alexander Hamilton Almost Dueled James Monroe
The Real Story of the "Football" That Follows the President Everywhere
Andrew Jackson Wasn't Always on the $20 Bill
The Surprising Raucous Home Life of the Madisons
The Strange Saga of George Washington’s Bedpan
The Group That’s Been Celebrating Lincoln’s Birth for Almost 150 Years
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