Can You Recognize The First Lady By The Description?

In many ways the first lady of the United States is just as important as her husband. Do you think that you can recognize these 12 first ladies by the description?
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This first lady was a true environmentalist noted for her emphasis on beautification and national parks.
Lady Bird Johnson
Jacqueline Kennedy
Pat Nixon
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This first lady often suffered with ill health and personal tragedies. She is known to have behaved erratically in her later years.
Abigail Adams
Martha Jefferson
Mary Todd Lincoln
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This first lady was often noted for her efforts to discourage drug use by American youths.
Michelle Obama
Nancy Reagan
Barbara Bush
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This first lady is known for institutionalizing the duties of the first lady and refurbishing the White House on several occasions.
Martha Washington
Eleanor Roosevelt
Edith Roosevelt
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This first lady who espoused the cause of volunteerism during her husband’s term.
Rosalynn Carter
Pat Nixon
Betty Ford
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This first lady was noted for her strong opinions on public issues and her candor regarding intimate matters.
Rachel Jackson
Betty Ford
Lou Hoover
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This first lady was involved in various causes, notably supporting military families and ending childhood obesity.
Michelle Obama
Laura Bush
Hillary Rodham Clinton
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This first lady worked for several causes, including those related to the deaf.
Mamie Eisenhower
Grace Coolidge
Eleanor Roosevelt
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This was one of the most popular first ladies, she was noted for her charitable and humanitarian efforts.
Nancy Reagan
Barbara Bush
Hillary Clinton
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This first lady made the White House a showcase for America’s most talented and accomplished individuals.
Laura Bush
Jacqueline Kennedy
Michelle Obama
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This first lady was raised in the plain style of her Quaker family, she was renowned for her charm, warmth, and ingenuity.
Martha Washington
Abigail Adams
Dolley Madison
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This first lady was deeply involved in her husband’s career and, through him, exerted considerable influence on public affairs and politics.
Sarah Polk
Ida McKinley
Jane Pierce
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Unfortunately, you don't know your first ladies of the US very well. While you may know the most recent first ladies, your knowledge on those that came before is waining with time. Fret not, perhaps you learned something new along the way!

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1
This first lady was a true environmentalist noted for her emphasis on beautification and national parks.
Lady Bird Johnson
Jacqueline Kennedy
Pat Nixon
2
This first lady often suffered with ill health and personal tragedies. She is known to have behaved erratically in her later years.
Abigail Adams
Martha Jefferson
Mary Todd Lincoln
3
This first lady was often noted for her efforts to discourage drug use by American youths.
Michelle Obama
Nancy Reagan
Barbara Bush
4
This first lady is known for institutionalizing the duties of the first lady and refurbishing the White House on several occasions.
Martha Washington
Eleanor Roosevelt
Edith Roosevelt
5
This first lady who espoused the cause of volunteerism during her husband’s term.
Rosalynn Carter
Pat Nixon
Betty Ford
6
This first lady was noted for her strong opinions on public issues and her candor regarding intimate matters.
Rachel Jackson
Betty Ford
Lou Hoover
7
This first lady was involved in various causes, notably supporting military families and ending childhood obesity.
Michelle Obama
Laura Bush
Hillary Rodham Clinton
8
This first lady worked for several causes, including those related to the deaf.
Mamie Eisenhower
Grace Coolidge
Eleanor Roosevelt
9
This was one of the most popular first ladies, she was noted for her charitable and humanitarian efforts.
Nancy Reagan
Barbara Bush
Hillary Clinton
10
This first lady made the White House a showcase for America’s most talented and accomplished individuals.
Laura Bush
Jacqueline Kennedy
Michelle Obama
11
This first lady was raised in the plain style of her Quaker family, she was renowned for her charm, warmth, and ingenuity.
Martha Washington
Abigail Adams
Dolley Madison
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This first lady was deeply involved in her husband’s career and, through him, exerted considerable influence on public affairs and politics.
Sarah Polk
Ida McKinley
Jane Pierce