Born - December 29, 1856
Death – February 3, 1924 - Age 67
Birthplace – Stauton, Virginia
Vice President – Thomas R. Marshall
First Lady – Ellen Louis Axson, Edith Bolling Galt
Term - 1913-1921
Children - Margaret, Jessie, Eleanor
Nickname - Professor
Famous Quote - "The world must be made safe for democracy."
Pets - Davie - Airedale, Old Ike - Ram, Puffins - Cat, Mountain Boy - Greyhound, Bruce - Bull, Terrier, Songbirds, Sheep
He sent U.S. troops to fight in WWI.
He dreamed of being a stage performer. He often imitated the performers in the musicals that he saw.
His wife was very controlling. She was the only one that was allowed to give the President his messages after he had suffered a stroke.
First Lady Edith Wilson was a descendent of Pocahontas.
He graduated from the College of New Jersey (Princeton University) in 1879.
He approved the 19th amendment giving women the right to vote.
He earned his Ph.D.
He loved to golf. In the winter he would use black golf balls.
He is buried in Washington D.C.
He was the first President to hold a press conference.
His first wife First Lady Ellen died a year and a half into his presidency. A year later he got engaged to Edith Bolling Galt.