Where was Franklin Roosevelt's first inaugural speech?

Answer President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered his first inaugural speech on the East Portico of the U.S. Capitol on March 4, 1933. Millions of Americans heard FDR say "The only thing we have to fear is... Read More »

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Who was the first president to deliver his inaugural speech over loudspeakers?

In 1921 Warren G. Harding was the first U.S. president to take his oath and deliver his inaugural speech over loudspeakers. He was also the first to ride to and from his inauguration in an automobi... Read More »

Who gave the longest presidential inaugural speech?

The ninth president of the United States, William Henry Harrison, gave the longest presidential inauguration speech in the country's history. It took 1 hour and 45 minutes to deliver on that snowy ... Read More »

What year was the first Longaberger Inaugural Basket?

The Longaberger Inaugural Basket first made its appearance in 1989. The baskets have since been retired by Longaberger, but may still be found online. The first Longaberger Inaugural Basket commemo... Read More »

What did licolns first inaugural address communicate to the southern states?