Ladies’ Hermitage Association Trivia 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1. Which Presidential home was the first home purchased by its state government?*Mount VernonAndrew Jackson's HermitageLincoln's CabinMonticello 2. In what year was The Hermitage sold to the State of Tennessee by Andrew Jackson, Jr.?*1930181318561865 3. What organization did the Ladies’ Hermitage Association model themselves after?*Daughters of the American RevolutionUnited Daughters of the ConfederacyAmerican Library AssociationMount Vernon Ladies' Association 4. When the LHA first formed, the community had a desire to utilize The Hermitage grounds for what other purpose?*A Confederate Soldier's HomeA Military SchoolA Tennessee Orphan's HomeA HospitalAll of the Above 5. Of the 1,120 acres of land that Andrew Jackson, Jr. sold to the State of Tennessee, how much land did the LHA acquire to begin saving legacy of Jackson?*25 Acres1,000 AcresNo land, only the Mansion and TombAll of the previous Jackson property 6. When the LHA first began giving tours of Jackson’s mansion, who was still living there?*No one; it was vacantAndrew Jackson III and his familyGovernor Robert L. TaylorSarah Yorke Jackson 7. In 1907, which U.S. President visited The Hermitage and took a personal interest in it, urging Congress to make a financial contribution to the LHA so a water system could be installed?*Zachary TaylorWoodrow WilsonTheodore RooseveltWilliam Taft 8. The LHA changed its name to what in 2014?*The Hermitage AssociationThe People's President SocietyPOTUS 7The Andrew Jackson Foundation 9. When did the Andrew Jackson Foundation finally acquire ownership of the final portion of Hermitage property, restoring it to its original size?*1932196819942018 10. Who was a founding member of the LHA?*Amy Rich JacksonMary Currey DorrisBettie Mizell DonelsonMary BaxterAll of the AboveThere are many great events at The Hermitage. If you would like to stay up-to-date with the latest happenings, enter your information below.Name First Last Email Zip Code This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.