6TH INAUGURAL CEREMONIES TEST

JAMES

MADISON

March 4th, 1809

GEORGE

CLINTON

THE SWEARING-IN CEREMONIES

The Swearing-In Ceremony:

James Madison was sworn-in as the 4th President of the United States, and George Clinton was sworn-in for his second term as the 4th Vice President of the United States.

Location:

House of Representatives Chamber, U.S. Capitol
Washington, D.C.

Weather:

Cloudy. It rained the day before, leaving the streets muddy.

THE SWEARING-IN CEREMONIES

The Swearing-In Ceremony:

John Adams was sworn-in as the 2nd President of the United States, and Thomas Jefferson was sworn-in as the 2nd Vice President of the United States.

Location:

House of Representatives Chamber, Congress Hall
Philadelphia, PA

Weather:

Fair. Estimated noon temperature of 53°F.

THE SWEARING-IN CEREMONIES

The Swearing-In Ceremony:

George Washington was sworn-in for his second term as the 1st President of the United States, and John Adams was sworn-in for his second term as the 1st Vice President of the United States.

Location:

Senate Chamber, Congress Hall
Philadelphia, PA

Weather:

Hazy sunshine and mild. Estimated noon temperature of 61°F

THE SWEARING-IN CEREMONIES

The Swearing-In Ceremony:

George W. Bush was sworn-in for his second term as the 43rd President of the United States, and Dick Cheney was sworn-in for his second term as the 46th Vice President of the United States.

Location:

West Front, U.S. Capitol

Weather:

Noon conditions: Temperature 40°F . Mostly cloudy with some sunny breaks. Northwest wind 14 mph. Around 1″ of snow lay on the ground.

Bible:

Family Bible, open to Isaiah 40:31

FACTS, FIRSTS, AND PRECEDENTS

The first Inaugural Ball was held the evening after the Swearing-In Ceremony. It took place at Long’s Hotel and tickets cost $4 each.