History is everywhere, butlet’s bring it a little closer. The Eight Presidents from Ohio
Here’s a little interesting info on• Ohio was the 17th nation admitted into the Union. It is the 34th largest state via land.• The word “Ohio” is Iroquois for “great river.”• During the Civil War, Ohio gave the biggest amount of Union soldiers to the effort.• One of the neatest thing about Ohio is that eight presidents have been from here, giving it the nickname “Mother of Presidents.”
“Mother of Presidents”• Alright class! This week will we be covering information on the Presidents who have come from Ohio. You live in this great state and need to learn about some of the things it has contributed. This interactive power point will give you a little background information to aid you in learning for this week. We will go into more detail on the Presidents over the next few days. It will end with a simple quiz to test you, so study up!
Benjamin Harrison• Harrison was the 23rd President and lived from 1833-1901. He was a senator before becoming President. After his death, from a cold, he was kept alive on United Postal Service stamps. He appears on several more than other Presidents.
5) Which President(s) participated in the Civil War before they were elected? All four of these gentlemen did. Rutherford B. Hayes Ulysses S. Grant James A. Garfield William McKinley Jr.
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Incorrect. There is more than just this President!
Sources Used. Feel free to check out these sites. They are really informative!1) http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mag gieoh/Pres/pres.htm2) http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/presidents See you all in class!!!!