Our commanders in chief have led interesting lives and achieved great things. Take this quiz and find out just how much you know about our nation's leaders.
Actually, Washington's falsies really weren't wooden. They were animal teeth.
Reagan starred in several movies before becoming the governor of California. At the time of his election, he was the oldest to serve as president. Donald Trump has since become the oldest to take the oath of office.
It is said that the parrot could not attend Jackson's funeral because it wouldn't be quiet.
It is rumored that he also had a cow living at the White House.
The University of Virginia was founded in 1819. It was built on an abandoned farmer's field.
Madison earned both his undergrad and graduate degree at Princeton. He was the institution's very first grad student.
Washington served as president from 1789 to 1797.
If he hadn't been president, his dream was to play in concert.
Polk kept his promise and did not seek a second term. He secured the Oregon Territory for the U.S.
Taylor got the nickname while commanding troops in the Seminole War. He died during his term as president.
Abigail Fillmore was a couple of years older than Millard. He waited to marry her until he was established in his career.
Franklin Pierce was sworn in on a law book. He chose to "affirm" rather than "swear." This was due to the fact that he thought the death of his son was punishment for his past sins.
James Buchanan single when he was president. In fact, he remained a bachelor all of his life.
We hear he really liked his whisky. He was intoxicated during his inauguration as vice president, under Abraham Lincoln. Johnson would become president less than two months later, following the assassination of Lincoln.
Hayes is said to have banned alcohol to appease Prohibitionists. His wife was known as "Lemonade Lucy."
Garfield was also said to be able to write in both Greek and Latin.
Grover Cleveland's wife was not his ward, as some people believe. She was the daughter of his friend, who died in an accident. Cleveland and Frances Clara Folsom married when she was 21.
It is said that Harrison was actually a bit afraid of the electrical functions of the White House. He was afraid he'd be electrocuted, so he avoided touching anything.
Cancer forced the removal of much of Cleveland's upper jaw. The artificial jaw was made of rubber. The secret surgery was performed on a yacht!
Now we know when those annoying calls began! This was way back in 1896.
Roosevelt used exercise as a way to strengthen his lungs, with encouragement from his father.
William Taft served as head of the Supreme Court after he left the presidency.
Woodrow Wilson earned degrees in Political Science and History from Johns Hopkins University. He didn't learn to read until the age of 10, probably due to dyslexia.
No, that's not code for anything; he really did gamble and lose the White House china. He clearly wasn't very good at poker.
Herbert Hoover and his wife learned Chinese while living in China. They lived in Tianjin for two years, while he was employed as a mining engineer.
JFK's father wrote that he was "careless." Not a glowing recommendation.
Ummm... waste not, want not!
Richard Nixon was said to be quite the card shark.
Gerald Ford and his wife, Betty, both did stints as models. Betty was signed by the John Robert Powers agency.
Carter placed the family peanut farm in a blind trust while he was in the White House.
Bill Clinton won Grammys for Best Spoken Word. Hillary also won a Spoken Word Grammy.
W was his high school's head cheerleader. He also played on the baseball team.
Obama is said to have a preference for Spiderman and Conan The Barbarian.
There is some debate as to whether or not he actually joined, but he definitely never participated. Bonus fact: The "S" in Harry S. Truman doesn't stand for anything, leading to some controversy over the use of a period following the letter.
Hangman duty was part of Cleveland's job as the sheriff of Erie County, New York.