Millard Fillmore was born on Tuesday, January 07, 1800 in Summerhill, New York, USA. He was the 13th President of the United States.
Biography and Career:
In childhood he worked with his father in the farm as well as with a cloth dresser. He got his education in one room school. He was greatly impressed by one of his uncle and beautiful teacher Abigail Powers and she later on became his wife. He was 13t President of America.
Millard Fillmore took keen interest in Law and got admission in bar. After seven years he migrated to Buffalo and stated practicing law.
Under the supervision of a famous Politician Thurlow Weed, he attended the state office and remained a member of the House of Representatives for 8 years. In 1848 he was elected as Vice-President. During the months
of Nerve-Wracking debates, he served as the chief of senate, over the compromise of 1850 and made no comments and opinions over the merits of compromise proposals.
In July 1850 his immediate and sudden selection as a president brought a very serious and abrupt situation to political administration. When Taylor's cabinet gave resign, he appointed Daniel Webster as secretary of state and due to this he was exposed to all for having alliance and sympathy with Moderate wings.
During his presidency California was admitted as a free state. He compensated and settled the Texas boundary and granted territorial status to New Mexico. His man work is about the abolishment of slave trade in Columbia Dish. In spite of hard struggle he could not won the election of 152 and 1856. He died on March 8 in 1874.
- Being born on Jan 07, Millard was a Capricorn.
- his ethnicity: White.
- his mother's name: Phoebe Millard Fillmore.
- his father's name: Nathaniel Fillmore.
Millard dated Abigail Powers Fillmore (wife) and amongst other amorous encounters was Caroline Carmichael McIntosh (wife).
He died on Sunday, March 08, 1874, in Buffalo; cause of death: stroke.
Why is Millard Fillmore Famous?
He is famous because he was in favor of industrial progress and against the slavery of common people.
Why do we like Millard Fillmore?
We like him because he was very sincere and hard working as 13th President of the United States of America.
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