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Washington, Jackson, Van Buren, Harrison, Taylor, Fillmore, Lincoln, and Johnson did not go to college. Grant was educated at West Point, the two Adamses at Harvard; Jefferson, Munroe and Tyler, at William and Mary's College; Madison at Princeton, Polk at the University of North Carolina, Pierce at Bowdoin, Buchanan at Dickinson, Hayes at Kenyon College, Garfield at Williams, and Arthur at Union. Out of twenty-one, thirteen of our presidents received collegiate training. - [Ex.

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