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  1. Ellen Louise Wilson (née Axson; May 15, 1860 – August 6, 1914) was the first wife of President Woodrow Wilson and the mother of their three daughters. Like her husband, she was a Southerner, as well as the daughter of a clergyman.

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  3. In 1883, Wilson met and fell in love with Ellen Louise Axson, the daughter of a Presbyterian minister from Savannah, Georgia. He proposed marriage in September 1883; she accepted, but they agreed to postpone marriage while Wilson attended graduate school.

  4. The Woodrow Wilson House is a historic site, museum and event space. It was the residence of the twenty-eighth President of the United States, Woodrow Wilson after he left office. Located at 2340 S Street NW, Washington, D.C. it is just off Embassy Row. It is a time capsule of 1924, the year Wilson died. Authentic artifacts on display. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1964 ...

  5. In 1885 trouwde hij met Ellen Louise Axson en publiceerde hij zijn proefschrift met een analyse van de scheiding tussen de wetgevende en de uitvoerende macht in de Amerikaanse grondwet (Congressional government). Tot op heden is Wilson de enige Amerikaanse president met een door promotie verkregen doctorsgraad.

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  7. Edith Wilson, Wilson's widow, died that very morning; she was supposed to have been the guest of honor at the bridge's dedication ceremony. The 5,900-foot (1,798 m) bridge included a bascule bridge to allow large, ocean-going vessels access to the port facilities of Washington, D.C. [20] It had six traffic lanes and was designed to handle 75,000 vehicles a day.