Abraham Lincoln, in 1809. The farmin, in Hodgenville, Kentucky,
is now a national historic site.
2. Madonna, who bowed
out citing "creative differences."
3. Pureed applesauce
that he squeezed from aluminum toothpaste tubes.
4. To keep vacationing
beachgoers from tracking sand into local hotels. The wooden
boardwalk, built in 1870, was a mile long and eight feet wide.
It linked the beach with the town and could be dismantled and
stored in sections during the storm winter months. The first
permanent boardwalk was built in 1884.
5. John Quincy Adams.
His son was George Washington Adams.