Quincy was founded in 1822, just four years after Illinois officially became the twenty-first state in the country. At the time, James Monroe was amid his second term as the country’s fifth Commander in Chief. In the 195 years that followed, we’ve seen 41 presidents (as of last Friday) and only five have visited Quincy. Not including men that would later become president (Lincoln, Kennedy, Grant, etc.) can you name them all?
Go ahead. I’ll wait.