Number 7 in Government & History

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A U.S. representative must be a U.S. citizen over 25 years old and residing in the U.S. over 7 years.

 

The number of the U.S. Presidents who were born in the state of Ohio: Ulysses Simpson Grant (18th), Rutherford Birchard Hayes (19th), James Abram Garfield (20th), Benjamin Harrison (23rd), William McKinley (25th), William Howard Taft (27th) and Warren Gamaliel Harding (29th).

 

Maryland was the 7th state to ratify the U.S. Constitution to join the Union, on 28 April 1788.

 

The 7th U.S. President: Andrew Jackson (Democrat, North Carolina, 1829-1837).

 

The number of sunrays on the crown of the Statue of Liberty, representing seven seas and continents on the Earth.

 

The Seventh Generation theory is used by some American Native tribes to look to the three generations preceding them for wisdom and the three generations ahead for their legacy.

 

The number of Wonders of the Ancient World.

[1]  Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt, near the city of Memphis, serving as a tomb for the Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu. This is the only one Wonder still surviving.

[2]  Hanging Gardens of Babylon, in the palace of the King Nebuchadnezzar II on the banks of the Euphrates River.

[3]  Statue of Zeus at Olympia, in honor of the Greek father of gods, carved by the sculptor Pheidias.

[4]  Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, in Asia Minor, in honor of the Greek goddess of hunting and wild nature.

[5]  Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, the tomb for the King Maussollos, Persian satrap of Caria.

[6]  Colossus of Rhodes, near the harbor of a Mediterranean island, built by the Greeks in honor of the Sun-god Helios.

[7]  Lighthouse of Alexandria, built by the Ptolemies on the island of Pharos off the coast of their capital city.

 

6 & 7

The 6th U.S. President: John Quincy Adams (Republican, Massachusetts, 1825-1829).

His Vice President, John Caldwell Calhoun (South Carolina, 1825-1829), was the 7th U.S. Vice President.  

 

7 & 8

The 7th U.S. President: Andrew Jackson (Democrat, North Carolina, 1829-1837).

His Vice Presidents were:  John Caldwell Calhoun (South Carolina, 1829-1832), the 7th U.S. Vice President and Martin Van Buren (New York, 1833-1837), the 8th U.S. Vice President.