Millard Fillmore

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Noun1.Millard Fillmore - elected vice president and became the 13th President of the United States when Zachary Taylor died in office (1800-1874)Millard Fillmore - elected vice president and became the 13th President of the United States when Zachary Taylor died in office (1800-1874)
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Rejecting the idea that Japan should continue its 250-year policy of restricting foreign investment and trade, US President Millard Fillmore sent Commodore Matthew Perry and a squadron of navy warships to Japan.
Though Perot could not win the presidency without an affiliation with one of the two major political parties -- the last president from a different party was Millard Fillmore in 1853 -- he did disrupt the election by speaking to the needs of many Americans.
Whatever you think of President Donald Trump and his administration -- or whatever you thought of presidents Obama, Bush, Clinton, Ford, Harry Truman or Millard Fillmore -- where most Americans can agree is that maintaining the strength of our democracy supersedes the desires of whoever currently holds the highest executive office in the land.
Webster became secretary of state in late July, after Zachary Taylor's sudden death elevated Millard Fillmore to the presidency.
Caption: President Millard Fillmore, who ordered the investigation of Strang's Mormon kingdom in 1851.
The Millard Fillmore Society was formed after his death to award an annual Medal Of Mediocrity.
But for Callen, it was not presidential election benefits that proved decisive but rather the "exogenous shock" of an "appointed" president who valued federal over state authority: Millard Fillmore. All presidents up to Fillmore favored limited federal government and vetoed expansionary policies.
Grant, Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, and William Henry Harrison; the papers of psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud; a collection of more than 4,600 newspapers from Japanese-American internment camps; a collection of web-based comic books; and 25,000 fire insurance maps from communities across the U.S., the first installment of 500,000 that will be accessible online.
President Millard Fillmore. City fathers decided, suitable to its status, that Buffalo's local troops should reflect the city's demographics.
DeBakey, then returned to Buffalo as a fellow in surgical research at Millard Fillmore Hospital.