Can You Name The President By Their First Lady?

United States presidents are important people, no doubt about it. But these men have important significant others in their lives as well. How would you do if you had to name the president off the First Lady's first name? Take our quiz to find out!
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Martha was the First Lady to which president?
John Adams
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
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Margaret was the daughter of which U.S. president, who acted as First Lady after her mother's death?
Woodrow Wilson
Chester A. Arthur
Ronald Reagan
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Hillary was the First Lady to which president?
Richard Nixon
George H.W. Bush
Bill Clinton
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Eleanor was the First Lady to which president?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt
Dwight D. Eisenhower
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Florence was the First Lady to which president?
Harry S. Truman
Calvin Coolidge
Warren G. Harding
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Lady Bird was the First Lady to which president?
Lyndon B. Johnson
Richard Nixon
Jimmy Carter
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Jackie was the First Lady to which president?
Herbert Hoover
John F. Kennedy
George W. Bush
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Mamie was the First Lady to which president?
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Gerald Ford
William Howard Taft
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Julia Boggs was the First Lady to which president?
James A. Garfield
Andrew Johnson
Ulysses S. Grant
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Frances was the First Lady to which president?
Grover Cleveland
Franklin Pierce
Millard Fillmore
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Michelle is the First Lady to which president?
George H.W. Bush
Bill Clinton
Barack Obama
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Barbara was the First Lady to which president?
George W. Bush
Richard Nixon
George H.W. Bush
Result
Remembering the First Ladies of the United States is not an easy task, and your score here shows that. Don't beat yourself up too badly though - as long as you can remember the presidents themselves, you're in a pretty good position.

C+, Failed First Lady

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You missed some of the tougher or more obscure ones, but you still had a very, very impressive showing on this quiz. It's one thing to know the U.S. presidents, but its an entirely different animal to remember the First Ladies!

B+, Presidential Power

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You have a first-class mind when it comes to remembering the First Ladies of the United States! It's one thing to remember the presidents themselves, but to remember their significant others is significantly impressive! Great work!

A+, First-Class Mind

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1
Martha was the First Lady to which president?
John Adams
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
2
Margaret was the daughter of which U.S. president, who acted as First Lady after her mother's death?
Woodrow Wilson
Chester A. Arthur
Ronald Reagan
3
Hillary was the First Lady to which president?
Richard Nixon
George H.W. Bush
Bill Clinton
4
Eleanor was the First Lady to which president?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt
Dwight D. Eisenhower
5
Florence was the First Lady to which president?
Harry S. Truman
Calvin Coolidge
Warren G. Harding
6
Lady Bird was the First Lady to which president?
Lyndon B. Johnson
Richard Nixon
Jimmy Carter
7
Jackie was the First Lady to which president?
Herbert Hoover
John F. Kennedy
George W. Bush
8
Mamie was the First Lady to which president?
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Gerald Ford
William Howard Taft
9
Julia Boggs was the First Lady to which president?
James A. Garfield
Andrew Johnson
Ulysses S. Grant
10
Frances was the First Lady to which president?
Grover Cleveland
Franklin Pierce
Millard Fillmore
11
Michelle is the First Lady to which president?
George H.W. Bush
Bill Clinton
Barack Obama
12
Barbara was the First Lady to which president?
George W. Bush
Richard Nixon
George H.W. Bush