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First (and best) wife of 13th President, Millard Fillmore. Also his school teacher.
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Abigail Fillmore (née Powers; March 13, 1798 – March 30, 1853), wife of Millard Fillmore, was an American scholar who became the First Lady of the United States from 1850 to 1853 and the Second Lady of the United States from 1849 to 1850.
Abigail Fillmore (1798-1853) was an American first lady (1850-1853) and the wife of Millard Fillmore, the 13th president of the United States.
Abigail Fillmore, American first lady (1850–53), the wife of Millard Fillmore, 13th president of the United States.
In 1849, Abigail Fillmore came to Washington as wife of the Vice President; 16 months later, after Zachary Taylor’s death at a height of sectional crisis, the Fillmores moved into the White House.
First Lady Biography: Abigail Fillmore . ABIGAIL POWERS FILLMORE. Born: 13 March 1798. Stillwater, Saratoga County, New York *There is another source which claims that Abigail Fillmore was born in New Hampshire: "A field, within Corbin Park, is of interest as being the birthplace of one of the wives of the late President Fillmore.
Abigail Powers Fillmore (March 13, 1798 – March 30, 1853), wife of Millard Fillmore, was First Lady of the United States from 1850 to 1853. Abigail was born in Stillwater, New York, 1798, in Saratoga County, New York while it was still on the fringe of white civilization.
Abigail Fillmore, wife of Millard Fillmore, the 13th President of the United States, was the First Lady of America from 1850 to 1853. Raised in a lower-middle class family without a father, she quickly became aware of her financial circumstances.
Abigail Fillmore was the wife of Millard Fillmore and the first of the First Ladies to hold a job after marriage. She believed that women should have equal access to higher education and had the capacity to succeed at all intellectual pursuits.
Abigail Fillmore was the 1st First Lady to have a job as a school teacher before the White House. Abigail Fillmore established the first library in the White House. @firstladies
Presidential First Lady. She was born Abigail Powers in rural Saratoga County, New York to a prominent Baptist preacher who died early in her life leaving her mother to fend for herself with two small children. She home schooled Abigail providing her with an excellent education using her dead husband's library of...
First of the first ladies to hold a job after marriage, Abigail Fillmore was helping her husband's career. She was also revealing her most striking personal characteristic: an eagerness to learn and pleasure in teaching others. She was born in Saratoga County, New York, in 1798, while it was still ...
Abigail Fillmore. AKA Abigail Powers. Wife of US President Millard Fillmore. Birthplace: Stillwater, NY Location of death: Washington, DC Cause of death: Pneumonia Remains: Buried, F. Abigail Powers' father was a Baptist preacher, who died when she was an infant. Her mother raised their daughter alone, working as a school teacher in the wild frontiers of ...
Abigail Powers Fillmore had first met husband President Millard Fillmore when he was her student, and as a teacher she had been the first First Lady to have held a job after marriage. During her time as a First Lady (1850-1853), she made certain the White House had a music room and three pianos, and she further made additions to the White House library.
Abigail Fillmore. Books were important to Abigail Powers Fillmore. As a girl, her father's library fostered a love of learning she sought to share with others. She helped establish a lending library in the frontier town where she spent her childhood, and as a teacher, she passed on her zeal for learning and books to her students. One former ...
Abigail Powers Fillmore (March 13, 1798 – March 30, 1853), was the wife of Millard Fillmore, the President of the United States.She acted as the First Lady of the United States from 1850 to 1853.. She was born in Saratoga County, New York.Her father’s name was Lemuel Powers. Her father died shortly after her birth. After this, her mother moved away westward to less settled area.
Abigail Fillmore Biography, Life, Interesting Facts. Abigail Fillmore was born on March 13th, in 1798. She was born in Stillwater, New York. She is famous for being the wife of Millard Fillmore who was the 13th president of the United States of America. Her marriage to the president made her the first lady in the period from 1850 to 1853.
Mary Abigail Fillmore (March 27, 1832, Buffalo, New York – July 26, 1854, East Aurora, New York) was the daughter of President Millard Fillmore and Abigail Powers, and was the White House Hostess from 1850 to 1853 due to her mother's illness.
Marie Schnurr on Abigail and the first library in the White House and entertaining from C-SPAN's original series 'American Presidents: Life Portrait of Millard Fillmore.'
Millard and Abigail wed on February 5, 1826. They would have two children, Millard Powers Fillmore (1828–1889) and Mary Abigail Fillmore (1832–1854). Buffalo politician. Other members of the Fillmore family were active in politics and government in …
Mary, Abigail Fillmore was born on month day 1832, at birth place, New York, to Millard Fillmore and Abigail Fillmore. Mary had one brother: Millard Powers Fillmore . Mary passed away on month day 1854, at age 22 at death place , New York.
Mentions Martha Jefferson, Rachel Jackson, Abigail Fillmore, Ellen Arthur, Edith Roosevelt, and Nancy Reagan: Fillmore’s Folios : 2004: New York Sun 17 August: Notes the First Lady’s role in establishing the first White House library with her husband. First First Ladies, 1789-1865: A Study of the Wives of the Early Presidents: Whitton, Mary ...
Author Rachelle Francis on Abgail Fillmore meeting Millard, her firsts and her relationship with her husband from C-SPAN's original series 'American Presidents: Life Portrait of Millard Fillmore.'
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Abigail Powers Fillmore (March 13, 1798 – March 30, 1853), wife of Millard Fillmore, was First Lady of the United States from 1850 to 1853.
He married his first wife, Abigail Powers (Abigail Fillmore), in 1826. Fillmore entered politics in 1828 as a member of the democratic and libertarian Anti-Masonic Movement and Anti-Masonic Party. In 1834 he followed his political mentor, Thurlow Weed , to the Whigs and was soon recognized as an outstanding leader of the party’s Northern wing.
Abigail Fillmore was the wife of Millard Fillmore and the first of the First Ladies to hold a job after marriage. She believed that women should have equal access to higher education and had the capacity to succeed at all intellectual pursuits. Though suffering from several physical ailments, she appeared at many public and official events with ...
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Abigail Fillmore kept teaching school until her first son was born and retained a lifelong interest in education. She shared a love of books with her husband and helped build her own personal library. The Fillmores had a son, Millard Powers Fillmore (1828–1889) and a daughter, Mary Abigail Fillmore (1832–1854). POLITICIAN’S WIFE
Depicts Abigail Fillmore shelving books in the library that she established at the White House. Obverse. Features a portrait of Abigail Fillmore, First Lady from 1850–1853. The Story. Abigail Powers Fillmore was born in 1798 in Saratoga County, New York. She needed to begin working at the age of 16, so she became a teacher.
First Lady, 1850–1853. Born in 1798 in Saratoga County, N.Y., Abigail Powers Fillmore developed a passion for learning early in life. Financial circumstances forced her to begin working at the age of 16 as a teacher while she continued her own education.
Description. Abigail Fillmore taught school for 13 years, which is how she met her husband, who was her student in New Hope, NY. She is the first First Lady to earn a salary from an independent career. Reading and education were lifelong passions.
Millard and Abigail Fillmore had two children, Millard Powers Fillmore, who was born in this house in 1828, and Mary Abigail Fillmore, who was born in 1832.
Abigail was born in Stillwater, New York, 1798, in Saratoga County, New York. She was the daughter of the Reverend Lemuel Powers, a Baptist minister, and Abigail Newland-Powers, Abigail grew up in Moravia, New York, not far from the Fillmore farm.
Millard Powers Fillmore, known to his family as “Powers,” was the son of Millard and Abigail Fillmore. After graduating from Harvard, he became a lawyer and served as his father’s secretary while he was President of the United States.
First of First Ladies to hold a job after marriage, Abigail Fillmore was helping her husband's career. She was also revealing her most striking personal characteristic: eagerness to learn and pleasure in teaching others. She was born in Saratoga County, New York, in …
Summary: Mrs. Abigail Fillmore, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front. Reproduction Number: LC-USZ62-1776 (b&w film copy neg.) Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on publication. Call Number: PRES FILE - Fillmore, Mrs. Abigail Powers (First Wife), 1798-1853 [item] [P&P]
Abigail Fillmore was the first lady of the United States from 1850 to 1853. Her husband, Millard Fillmore , was the 13th president . She was the last of the first ladies born in the 1700s.
Abigail Fillmore was easily one of the most intelligent, well-read, and educated of all the first ladies of the 1800s. Millard Fillmore recognized this and relied heavily on his wife’s opinion and suggestions. It was said that he never made an important …
Early life. Abigail was born in Stillwater, New York, 1798, in Saratoga County, New York.She was the daughter of the Reverend Lemuel Powers, a Baptist minister, and Abigail Newland-Powers. Abigail grew up in Moravia, New York, not far from the Fillmore farm.Her father died shortly after her birth.
Mary Abigail Fillmore died on July 26, 1854. A native of Buffalo, N.Y., she studied at a private school in Lenox, Massachusetts, and graduated from New York State Normal School. She spoke French fluently and was conversant in Spanish, German, and Italian. She taught briefly in the Buffalo schools until her father became President in 1850.
Abigail Fillmore (Abigail Fillmore) Abigail Powers Fillmore (March 13, 1798 – March 30, 1853), wife of Millard Fillmore, was First Lady of the United States from 1850 to 1853. Abigail was born in Stillwater, New York, 1798, in Saratoga County, New York. She was the daughter of the Reverend Lemuel Powers, a Baptist minister, and Abigail ...
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In 1851, Abigail Fillmore got an allocation from Congress for books to make the room into the first White House library. Yellow Oval Room - Wikipedia It covers over 269 acre and over 152,000 are buried there, including U.S. President Millard Fillmore, First Lady Abigail Fillmore, singer Rick James, and inventor Lawrence Dale Bell.