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Oct 28, 2022

[Answer] Which U.S. President was an honorary citizen of San Marino?

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...1. Rutherford B. Hayes 2. Ronald Reagan 3. Franklin D. Roosevelt 4. Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln - The mountainous European micronation of San Marino has managed to remain largely independent throughout its history. During Napoleon’s invasion of Italy, he left the republic untouched, and the Congress of Vienna recognized San Marino as an independent state in 1815. As Italian unification efforts were underway during the 19th century, San Marino served as a safe haven for revolutionaries, and the national state of Italy recognized the republic of San Marino’s independence through several treaties beginning in 1862. But a year before that, President Abraham Lincoln wrote a letter on May 7, 1861, accepting an offer of honorary citizenship extended by San Marino at the start of the U.S. Civil War. In doing so, the U.S. first recognized San Marino's independence, with Lincoln writing graciously, “Although your dominion is small, your State is nevertheless one of the most honored, in all history.”:

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