Millard Fillmore Timeline

Millard Fillmore Timeline. A lifetime of events for the 13th American President of the United States both public and private. From his birth on January 7, 1800 in Locke, Cayuga County, New York to his death on March 8, 1874 in Buffalo, N.Y.

1800 Millard Fillmore was born on January 7
1801 Thomas Jefferson becomes the 3rd American President
1809 James Madison becomes the 4th American President
1812 War of 1812 with England
Fillmore works in a clothing mill
Washington is burned
1817 James Monroe becomes the 5th American President
1818 Fillmore works as a law clerk
1820 Missouri Compromise
1823 Fillmore is admitted to the bar
Monroe Doctrine
1825 John Quincy Adams becomes the 6th American President
1826 Fillmore marries Abigail Powers
1828 Fillmore is elected to the New York State Assembly
1829 Andrew Jackson becomes the 7th American President
Fillmore moves to Buffalo
1831 Fillmore is elected to the United States House of Representatives
1834 Rise of the Whig party
1836 Siege of the Alamo
1837 Martin Van Buren becomes the 8th American President
Bank panic
1840 Fillmore becomes the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee
1841 William Henry Harrison becomes the 9th American President
April 4, President Harrison dies from Pneumonia. Harrison served the shortest Presidential term in American History, from March 4th to April 4th
Vice President John Tyler assumes the Presidency upon the death of President Harrison
1844 Fillmore ran for Governor of New York unsuccessfully
1845 Annexation of Texas
1846 Fillmore becomes the Chancellor of the University of Buffalo
Mexican-American War
1848 Fillmore is elected Vice President of the U.S.
Gold is discovered in California
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
1850 Fillmore assumes the Presidency upon the death of President Taylor
1851 Fillmore opposes French annexation of Hawaii

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