Season 2, Episode 13-Millard Fillmore and East Aurora

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Season 2, Episode 13-Millard Fillmore and East Aurora

Checking out the western side of the Empire State, with Millard Fillmore, 13th President and his home in East Aurora! Learn about Fillmore’s political development and relatively stalled career prior to becoming Vice President and President, his two wives, Abigail and Caroline, and his homes in East Aurora and Buffalo!

Be sure to check out Millard Fillmore’s “Visiting the Presidents” Episode from Season 1, “Millard Fillmore and Moravia.”

Millard Fillmore Presidential Site from Aurora Historical Society.

Millard Fillmore House from National Park Service.

Millard Fillmore Niagara Square Home from Buffalo Architecture and History.

Millard Fillmore Mansion from

Interior Photos from “Homes of the Presidents”

Fillmore Home in East Aurora

Fillmore Mansion in Niagara Square

Article from former Fillmore Mansion, from Buffalo Architecture and History.

Millard Fillmore Home: 24 Shearer Ave, East Aurora, New York.

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Recommended Reading for Millard Fillmore

Robert Rayback, Millard Fillmore: Biography of a President.
Paul Finkelman, Millard Fillmore.
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