AMERICA'S FIRST FIRST LADY
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Who was America's first First Lady?
Many people may think that First
Ladies have been around since the time of the Presidency itself. In fact, the
term itself was not used until 1849 at the funeral of Dolley Madison, wife of
past president, James Madison and the eulogy was delivered by President Zachary
Taylor. However, it still wasn’t used regularly until 1863 when the people of
Washington began using the term often to refer to the wife of the President.
However, despite when the term was officially
coined, Martha Washington, the wife of President George Washington, is still
considered to be the first First Lady. During the time that her husband was
serving in office, she was often referred to as “Lady Washington.”
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