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US Presidential Nicknames

written by: bobby
 
All US presidents have had at least one nickname attributed to them. Let's see how well you know the US Presidents.

Question 1:

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The 'White House Iceberg' is this US President.
William McKinley
Benjamin Harrison
Chester A. Arthur
Grover Cleveland


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Question 2:


Andrew Johnson was known as three of these alternative names. Which is the odd one?
Tennessee Tailor
Sir Veto
Father of the Homestead Act
Gentleman Boss

Question 3:


William McKinley was referred to as one of these.
Preacher President
Stocking-footed Orator
Hangman of Buffalo
Old Eight to Seven

Question 4:


One of these pairs (US President - his nickname) is wrong.
James K. Polk - Napoleon of the Stump
John Tyler - His Accidency
Franklin Pierce - Young Hickory of Granite Hills
James Buchanan - Fifty-cent Jimmy

Question 5:


Theodore Roosevelt was known as the 'Cyclone Assemblyman', 'The Hero of San Juan Hill' and 'Roosevelt I'.
False
True

Question 6:


Gerald Ford was famous for being him.
Mr. Ugly
Mr. Nice Guy
Mr. Dull Guy
Mr. Smart Guy

Question 7:


'Bubba', as they called him.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 8:


Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams and John F. Kennedy have nicknames in which they are referred to as these.
Dukes
Barons
Counts
Kings

Question 9:


Three of these alternative names belong to US Presidents who have been even presidents (for instance, 12th President, 10th President). Which is the odd one?
Old Buck
Old Zach
Honest Abe
Handsome Frank

Question 10:


Calvin Coolidge is known as this Cal.
Silent Cal
Young Cal
Mad Cal
Wise Cal

 


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