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Leadership

Presidents of the United States

The president is the paramount political leader of the United States, and also Commander in Chief of the armed forces.

  • Abraham Lincoln (born 1809, died 1865)

    Sixteenth President of the U.S. Led the Union to victory in the U.S. Civil War, and issued the Emancipation Proclamation, abolishing slavery. Assassinated by John Wilkes Booth.

    • U.S. President, 1861-65
  • Andrew Jackson (born 1767, died 1845)

    Seventh President of the U.S. Hero of the Battle of New Orleans.

    • U.S. President, 1829-37
  • Andrew Johnson (born 1808, died 1875)

    Seventeenth President of the U.S. Impeached by Congress for his handling of Reconstruction after the Civil War, but acquitted.

    • U.S. President, 1865-69
  • Benjamin Harrison (born 1833, died 1901)

    Twenty-third President of the U.S. Grandson of President William Henry Harrison.

    • U.S. President, 1889-93
  • William Jefferson ''Bill'' Clinton (born 1946)

    Forty-second President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1993- 2001
  • Calvin Coolidge (born 1872, died 1933)

    Thirtieth President of the U.S. Known as ''Silent Cal.''

    • U.S. President, 1923-29
  • Chester A. Arthur (born 1830, died 1886)

    Twenty-first President of the U.S. Reformed the Civil Service.

    • U.S. President, 1881-85
  • Dwight David Eisenhower (born 1890, died 1969)

    Supreme Allied Commander in World War II; 34th President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1953-61
  • Franklin Pierce (born 1804, died 1869)

    Fourteenth President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1853-57
  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt (born 1882, died 1945)

    Thirty-second President of the U.S., and the only one elected to four terms. Led the nation during the Great Depression and World War II.

    • U.S. President, 1933-45
  • George Herbert Walker Bush (born 1924)

    Forty-first President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1989-93
  • George Washington (born 1732, died 1799)

    First President of the U.S., Revolutionary War commander, and ''Father of his Country.''

    • U.S. President, 1789-97
  • Gerald R. Ford (born 1913, died 2006)

    Became the 38th President of the U.S. upon the resignation of Richard Nixon.

    • U.S. President, 1974-77
  • Grover Cleveland (born 1837, died 1908)

    Twenty-second and twenty-fourth President of the U.S.; the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms.

    • U.S. President, 1885-89; 1893-97
  • Harry S Truman (born 1884, died 1972)

    Thirty-third President of the U.S. Won a come-from-behind victory in 1948.

    • U.S. President, 1945-53
  • Herbert Hoover (born 1874, died 1964)

    Thirty-first President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1929-33
  • James Madison (born 1751, died 1836)

    Co-author of ''The Federalist Papers'' and fourth President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1809-17
  • James Monroe (born 1758, died 1831)

    Fifth President of the U.S. Known for the Monroe Doctrine, a formal statement of U.S. opposition to European intervention in the western hemisphere.

    • U.S. President, 1817-25
  • James Knox Polk (born 1795, died 1849)

    Eleventh President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1845-49
  • James Buchanan (born 1791, died 1868)

    Fifteenth President of the U.S. The only bachelor President.

    • U.S. President, 1857-61
  • James A. Garfield (born 1831, died 1881)

    Twentieth President of the U.S., and the last one born in a log cabin.

    • U.S. President, 1881
  • James Earl ''Jimmy'' Carter (born 1924)

    Thirty-ninth President of the U.S. First Southern President since the Civil War.

    • U.S. President, 1977-81
  • John Quincy Adams (born 1767, died 1848)

    Sixth President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1825-29
  • John Tyler (born 1790, died 1862)

    Tenth President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1841-45
  • John F. Kennedy (born 1917, died 1963)

    Thirty-fifth President of the U.S. Youngest person to be elected President.

    • U.S. President, 1961-63
  • John Adams (born 1735, died 1826)

    Second President of the U.S., and the first to live in the White House.

    • U.S. President, 1797-1801
  • Lyndon Baines Johnson (born 1908, died 1973)

    Thirty-sixth President of the U.S. Signed the Civil Rights and Voting Rights acts.

    • U.S. President, 1963-69
  • Martin Van Buren (born 1782, died 1862)

    Eighth President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1837-41
  • Richard M. Nixon (born 1913, died 1994)

    Thirty-seventh President of the U.S. The Watergate scandal led to his being the first U.S. President to resign from office.

    • U.S. President, 1969-74
  • Ronald Reagan (born 1911)

    American film and TV actor who became 40th President of the United States.

    • U.S. President, 1981-89
  • Rutherford B. Hayes (born 1822, died 1893)

    Civil War general and 19th President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1877-81
  • Theodore Roosevelt (born 1858, died 1919)

    Twenty-sixth President of the U.S. Mediated peace between Russia and Japan; built the Panama Canal.

    • U.S. President, 1901-09
  • Thomas Jefferson (born 1743, died 1826)

    Architect, philosopher, scholar, author of The Declaration of Independence, and third President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1801-09
  • Ulysses S. Grant (born 1822, died 1885)

    Supreme commander of the Union Army in the Civil War, and 18th President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1869-77
  • Warren G. Harding (born 1865, died 1923)

    Twenty-third President of the U.S. Promised a ''return to normalcy'' after World War I.

    • U.S. President, 1921-23
  • William Henry Harrison (born 1773, died 1841)

    Ninth President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1841.
  • William Howard Taft (born 1857, died 1930)

    Twenty-seventh President of the U.S., and later Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

    • U.S. President, 1909-13
  • (Thomas) Woodrow Wilson (born 1856, died 1924)

    Twenty-eighth President of the U.S. Leading proponent of the League of Nations.

    • U.S. President, 1913-21
  • Zachary Taylor (born 1784, died 1850)

    Hero of the war with Mexico, and 12th President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1849-50
  • Millard Fillmore (born 1800, died 1874)

    Thirteenth President of the U.S.

    • U.S. President, 1850-53
  • William McKinley (born 1843, died 1901)

    Twenty-fifth President of the U.S., and the last Civil War veteran to become President.

    • U.S. President, 1897-1901
  • George Walker Bush (born 1946)

    Son of the 41st President of the United States of America, George Bush,

    • Forty-third President of the United States of America, 2001-

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