(c) Rutherford Hayes
(d) Jimmy Carter
2: It's not uncommon for myths to rise around presidents. Some can be surprising. Which of the following surprising things about Abraham Lincoln is true?
(a) He never was much of a rail-splitter.
(b) That hat covered a congenital cowlick.
(c) He was a licensed bartender.
(d)He was born in Kenya.
3: What did President Clinton raise while in the White House that remains in place today?
(a) The minimum wage
(b) An Arkansas okra garden
(c) A tent in his trousers
(d) The annual salary of the president
4: George Washington was known for many things, some actual, some fictional. Which of the following was something Washington actually did?
(a) As a young man, threw a silver dollar across the Potomac River.
(b) Wore wooden false teeth known as the George Washington Bridge.
(c) Refused a salary as president.
(d) Lived in a city named after him.
5: Who was (so far) the only U.S. president for whom English was not his first language?
(a) George W. Bush
(b) Zachary Taylor
(c) Martin Van Buren
(d) Millard Fillmore
6: A president with four names is a real rarity. Which of the following actually has/had four names?
(a) Barack Hussein Berko Obama
(b) Lyndon Baines Billygoat Johnson
(c) George Herbert Walker Bush
(d) William Slick Willie Clinton
7: Who was the youngest person to serve as president?
(a) Barack Obama
(b) John Kennedy
(c) Teddy Roosevelt
(d) Ulysses Grant
1: (c) Hayes; he kept his White House alcohol-free; first lady Lucy became known as "Lemonade Lucy." Carter banned hard liquor but allowed wine.
2: (c) Bartender; young Abe and a partner owned a store/pub called Berry and Lincoln in New Salem, Ill., licensed to sell booze by the drink.
3: (d) Raised the salary from $200,000 to $400,000 (where it stands today). It first was collected by George W. Bush.
4: (c) Refused a salary which, amazingly, in 1789 was $25,000 - as much as $4 million today. Silver dollars weren't minted until after Washington was president. His false teeth weren't wooden. He never lived in Washington.
5: (c) Van Buren, though evidence might suggest (a). Van Buren was raised speaking Dutch and learned English. He also was the first president born a U.S citizen (in 1782). His predecessors were born subjects of the British crown.
6: (c) Bush; he's so far the only president with four names.
7: (c) Roosevelt; he was 42 and vice president when President William McKinley was assassinated. Kennedy, at 43, was the youngest elected president; Obama was 47; Grant was 46.