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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN SLOGAN YEARS--1000--"Help hustle Harry home"

1948

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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS--200--This 1968 candidate reportedly urged South Vietnam's President Thieu to scuttle possible peace talks

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Richard) Nixon

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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS--400--William Henry Harrison really had lived in one of these, his symbol in the 1840 campaign, but he added 12 rooms

a log cabin

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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS--600--In early October 1992 he was spending $2 million a day, most of it his own money

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Ross) Perot

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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS--1000--Some historians call the election in which this man beat John Breckinridge the most important in U.S. history

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Abraham) Lincoln

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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS--1000--In the Gore Vidal novel set in this election year, the hero pins his hopes on Tilden

1876

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PRESIDENTIAL DAUGHTERS--200--On June 12, 1971 she married law student Edward Finch Cox in the Rose Garden at the White House

Tricia Nixon

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PRESIDENTIAL DAUGHTERS--400--In 1980 she told her dad that nuclear arms control was the most important issue of the day

Amy Carter

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PRESIDENTIAL DAUGHTERS--600--From 1987-89 she served as co-chairman of the Republican National Committee

Maureen Reagan

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PRESIDENTIAL DAUGHTERS--800--This former first daughter has written many murder mysteries including "Murder in the White House"

Margaret Truman

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PRESIDENTIAL DAUGHTERS--1000--For a brief time in the 1960s actor George Hamilton dated this presidential daughter

Lynda Bird Johnson

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PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA--200--An amateur golf trophy, 1st awarded in 1958, is named for this president

Dwight Eisenhower

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PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA--400--Yes, he knew Ann Rutledge, but there's no evidence of a great love affair

Abraham Lincoln

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PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA--600--When his K.C. habadashery failed, he threw his hat into the political ring with help from Tom Pendergast

Harry Truman

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PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA--800--He spent 5 of his 7 years in the Navy working in submarines under Hyman Rickover

Jimmy Carter

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PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA--1000--The 2 presidents for whom Dolley Madison served as White House hostess or first lady

Jefferson

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PRESIDENTIAL RELATIVES--100--Patricia Ann Reagan uses this name professionally

Patty Davis

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PRESIDENTIAL RELATIVES--200--Princess Julia Cantacuzene, a granddaughter of this president & Civil War general died in 1975 at the age of 99

Grant

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PRESIDENTIAL RELATIVES--300--Writer Jessamyn West babysat this cousin from Calif. who grew up to become president in the 1960s

Nixon

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PRESIDENTIAL RELATIVES--400--It was the first name of William Henry Harrison's father & grandson

Benjamin

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PRESIDENTIAL RELATIVES--500--Unopened six-packs of this beverage named for Jimmy Carter's brother are now a collector's item

Billy Beer

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PRESIDENTS--100--U.S. district judge Sarah Hughes administered the oath of office to him aboard Air Force One

Lyndon B. Johnson

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PRESIDENTS--200--3 of his many nicknames were "Buffoon", "Tycoon" & "Illinois Baboon"

Abraham Lincoln

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PRESIDENTS--300--Facts About the Presidents lists "corporate spokesman" as one of his former occupations

Ronald Reagan

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PRESIDENTS--400--He was climbing in the Adirondacks when he was notified that Pres. McKinley was dying

Theodore Roosevelt

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PRESIDENTS--500--This president appointed Warren Burger chief justice

Richard Nixon

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PRESIDENTS & FIRST LADIES--200--She was lively & talkative, unlike her husband who was famous for his reticence

Grace Coolidge

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PRESIDENTS & FIRST LADIES--400--Her parents were Republicans, but she married a Democrat anyway, on Sept. 12, 1953

Jacqueline Kennedy

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PRESIDENTS & FIRST LADIES--600--Julia Dent & this future president met in St. Louis where he was stationed with the 4th Infantry Regiment

Ulysses S. Grant

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PRESIDENTS & FIRST LADIES--800--The 1st name of either of Woodrow Wilson's wives; they both began with (the letter) "E"

Edith