Mark Schuler: Millard Fillmore
Artist: Mark Schuler
Millard Fillmore (1800-1874), thirteenth President of the United States (1850-1853), succeeded to the Presidency upon Taylor's death on July 9, 1850. In an attempt to appease the South, he sought to enforce the Fugitive Slave Act from which not even his opening of relations with Japan could extricate him. He was not reelected nor renominated by his own party, but tried in 1852 to win on the Know-Nothing ticket.
This artwork was originally published on a Fleetwood® Commemorative Cover for the Proudest Americans of the Fifty States Collection featuring each of the ninety-three men and women who are honored in Statuary Hall in the United States Capitol. Each Cover was postmarked on the anniversary of his or her birth.
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