List Of All The Presidents In The United States


Every president in the United States has a term and depending upon the person who was elected, their term could be anywhere from four years to eight years. There are 46 people who have served as president of the United States.

Without further ado, here is the list of the president in order in the United States.

#1. George Washington

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He was the first president in order of the United States. He was one of the founding fathers and helped to create this nation during the American Revolution.

George Washington was the only president to be unanimously elected. He stepped down after two terms and refused to serve a third term.

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Born: February 22, 1732

Birthplace: Westmoreland County, Virginia

Date of Death: December 14, 1799

Spouse: Martha Dandridge Custis Washington

Years of the term: April 30, 1789, to March 3, 1797

Political Party: Independent

Declared National Holiday: George Washington’s Birthday

#2. John Adams

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He was elected as the second President Of The United States. He served under George Washington during the American Revolution, defending the rights of those who were accused during America’s witch hunts.

John Adams was the first president who lived in the White House while he was president. He is considered to be the first “Democratic-Republican” party candidate.

He served one term and during his term, he tried to keep peace with France after they had an argument over shipping rights.

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Born: October 30, 1735

Birthplace: Quincy, Massachusetts

Date of Death: July 4, 1826

Spouse: Abigail Smith Adams

Years of the term: March 4, 1797, to March 4, 1801

Political party: Democratic-Republican

#3. Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson was a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses, a delegate to the Continental Congress, and a diplomat. He was the third President of the United States.

During his presidency, Jefferson doubled the size of the nation by purchasing Louisiana from France in 1803. His accomplishments include Lewis & Clark Expedition and setting up the first Military Academy.

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Born: April 13, 1743

Birthplace: Shadwell, Virginia

Date of Death: July 4, 1826

Spouse: Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson

Years of the term: March 4, 1801 to March 4, 1809

Political Party: Democratic-Republican

Declared National Holiday: None

#4. James Madison

He was the fourth President Of The United States. Some say he is considered to be one of the Founding Fathers because he helped to create the Constitution of the United States.

During his presidency, America declared war against Great Britain in 1812. This led to the burning of Washington D.C., and the White House by British troops. One of his accomplishments was the United States’ second Nationa bank.

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Born: March 16, 1751

Place of Birth: Port Conway, Virginia

Date of Death: June 28, 1836

Spouse: Dolley Madison

Years of the term: March 4, 1809 to March 4, 1817

Political party: Democratic-Republican

Declared National Holiday: None

#5. James Monroe

He was the 5th President Of The United States, and he served as the president during the Era of Good Feelings. During his presidency, the Missouri Compromise was passed and Florida was purchased from Spain.

He was also a member of several political parties including Federalist, Democratic-Republican, National Republican, and later became a Democratic-Republican again. The Monroe Doctrine was also established during his term.

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Born: April 28, 1758

Place of Birth: Westmoreland County, Virginia

Date of Death: July 4, 1831

Spouse: Elizabeth Kortright Monroe

Years of the term: March 4, 1817 to March 4, 1825

Political Party: Democratic-Republican

#6. John Quincy Adams

He was elected as the sixth President Of The United States. He also served as an Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Russia, and the Netherlands. His accomplishments were the writing of the Monroe Doctrine and he supported the national system of roads and canals. He also tried to pass a bill that would give African Americans and Native American Indians the right to vote.

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Born: July 11, 1767

Birthplace: Braintree, Massachusetts

Date of Death: February 23, 1848

Place of Death: Washington D.C.

Spouse: Louisa Johnson Adams

Years of the term: March 4, 1825 to March 4, 1829

Political party: Democratic-Republican

Declared National Holiday: None

#7. Andrew Jackson

He served as both a general and politician, and he was also in control of several political parties including Democratic-Republican, National Republican, and Democratic Party. He is considered one of the most influential presidents because he expanded democracy for all American citizens.

During his presidency, he also changed the official national symbols of the United States into what they are today, which is why some people say he was known as “The Metamorphosis Of A Country.” His accomplishments involve the Extend of Democracy, the Indian Removal Act, and the creation of the Democratic Party. He is also known for not holding any National office during his presidency.

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Born: March 15, 1767

Place of Birth: Waxhaw Settlement, South Carolina

Spouse: Rachel Donelson Robards Jackson

Years of the term: March 4, 1829 to March 4, 1837

Political Party: Democratic-Republican and Democratic

Declared National Holiday: None

#8. Martin Van Buren

During his presidency, he helped run the country without an official political party. He also helped to create the Independent Treasury System which would hold all of the United States’ funds for safekeeping. He initiated the Indian Removal Act and the Specie Circular. He also passed acts that dealt with tariffs and banking.

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Born: December 05, 1782

Place of birth: Kinderhook, New York

Date of death: July 24, 1862

Political Party: Democratic-Republican and National Republican and Democratic

Years of the term: March 4, 1837 to March 4, 1841

#9. William Henry Harrison

He was elected as the ninth President Of The United States, but unfortunately, he died of pneumonia during his term in 1841. William Henry Harrison’s accomplishments were the Northwest Indian War and the annexation of Florida. He was also known for being in charge of the funerals for several notable people including John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, John Quincy, and James Monroe.

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Born: February 09, 1773

Place of birth: Charles City County, Virginia

Date of death: April 4, 1841

Spouse 1: Anna Tuthill Symmes

Years of the term: March 4, 1841

Political party: Whig

Declared National Holiday: None

#10. John Tyler

He was the first vice president to become president, not because of death or resignation, but because he was chosen by William Harrison to be his running mate during his campaign for the presidency. After only a few months of being president, Harrison died and Tyler was in control. He was responsible for the pre-civil war era, the Webster-Ashburton Treaty, annexing the Republic of Texas, and increasing tariffs. He was also in control of several vetoes and his cabinet had the most turnover with 13 different people during his presidency.

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Born: March 29, 1790

Place of birth: Greenway Plantation, Charles City County, Virginia

Date of death: January 18, 1862

Spouse: Letitia Christian Tyler

Years of the term: April 4, 1841 to March 3, 1845

Political party: Democratic-Republican

Declared National Holiday: None

#11. James Knox Polk

He was elected as the President and went on to become one of the few presidents in history to serve for a full term without any assassination attempts or resignations, and he is also known for helping annex Texas and Oregon. His accomplishments include annexing Texas and Oregon, the Mexican American War, and improving relations with Britain and France.

Also, he sent James K. Polk to help negotiate with Chile over the rights of a US company to develop guano deposits in what is now known as Peru. he was also known for having the most cabinet members who were all from different states.

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Born: November 02, 1795

Place of birth: Pineville, North Carolina

Date of death: June 15, 1849

Spouse: Sarah Childress Polk

Years of the term: March 4, 1845 to March 3, 1849

Political party: Democratic

Declared national holiday: Washington’s Birthday (Presidents’ Day)

#12. Zachary Taylor

During his presidency, he was known for being involved in several battles during the Mexican American War and also helped gain more land for the United States Of America. He became president after serving as a general of the U.S Army in 1849.

Zachary Taylor initiated the California Gold Rush and the Compromise of 1850. He is also responsible for encouraging people to move west and helping battle the slave trade during his presidency. He also helped with the Fugitive Slave Act but ended up vetoing it later on and he is one of the few presidents with military experience before becoming president.

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Born: November 24, 1784

Place of birth: Montebello, Virginia

Date of death: July 09, 1850

Spouse: Margaret Smith Taylor

Years of the term: March 4, 1849 to July 09, 1850

Political party: Whig

Declared National Holiday: None

#13. Millard Fillmore

He was known for being vice president under Zachary Taylor during his term but then became president when he died in office in 1850. He helped end the tension with Britain over the Oregon territory, got California to be recognized as a state, added the Office of the President within the White House, and also helped make treasury notes interest-free. He was voted into office during his term due to being a New York senator before becoming vice president under Taylor.

Millard Fillmore made the treasury notes interest-free, helped with the Fugitive Slave Act and the abolition of the slave trade in Washington D.C. He also got California to be recognized as a state and made several vetoes that ended up helping protect wetlands.

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Born: January 07, 1800

Place of birth: Locke, New York

Date of death: March 08, 1874

Spouse: Abigail Powers Fillmore

Years of the term: July 10, 1850 to March 03, 1853

Political party: Whig and later Know Nothing

Declared National Holiday: Washington’s Birthday

#14. Franklin Pierce

He is one of only two presidents to not have any assassination attempts during his term. He was known for helping get California to be recognized as a state, made an event that ended up becoming The Smithsonian Museum, and the Kansas-Nebraska Act was passed during his presidency.

Franklin Pierce was responsible for the Smithsonian Museum, for California becoming a state, and for Kansas-Nebraska Act passing through Congress. He also helped make the Treaty of Ganghwa during his presidency which ended up helping protect South Korea’s rights. This treaty became an example that would help lead other treaties such as the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.

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Born: November 23, 1804

Place of birth: Hillsboro, New Hampshire

Date of death: October 08, 1869

Spouse: Jane Appleton Pierce

Years of the term: March 04, 1853 to March 03, 1857

Political party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Washington’s Birthday

#15. James Buchanan

He was known for being a bachelor and also made a failed attempt to buy Cuba from Spain during his presidency. His cabinet members were mostly from different states as well. When the Civil War started, he believed that secession had been caused by the Southern States breaking away from the Union and refusing to take an active role in it. He also made a treaty with Russia that helped the United States avoid having future conflicts over trade in the Pacific Northwest.

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Born: April 23, 1791

Place of birth: Cove Gap, Pennsylvania

Date of death: June 01, 1868

Spouse: None

Years of the term: March 04, 1857 to March 03, 1861

Political party: Democratic and later National Union

Declared National Holiday: None

#16. Abraham Lincoln

He was known for abolishing slavery during his time as president, issuing the Emancipation Proclamation that made all slaves in rebellious states free, and also suspending habeas corpus while being president. He ended up getting assassinated by John Wilkes Booth on April 14, 1865, at a theater while he was watching a play. The assassination of Lincoln led to the death of Vice President Johnson’s son due to poisoning.

Abraham Lincoln helped get the 13th Amendment passed through Congress to ban slavery throughout the United States. He also oversaw several constitutional amendments during his term.

Quick facts:

Born: February 12, 1809

Place of birth: Hodgenville, Kentucky

Date of death: April 15, 1865

Spouse: Mary Todd Lincoln

Years of the term: March 04, 1861 to April 15, 1865

Political party: Republican and later National Union

Declared National Holiday: Washington’s Birthday

#17. Andrew Johnson

He was known for helping enforce Reconstruction after the American Civil War ended in 1865, getting impeached in 1868, and also for making many of the same accomplishments as Lincoln’s. He helped enforce Reconstruction and made the 13th and 14th Amendments passed through Congress. He is known for making several constitutional amendments.

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Born: December 29, 1808

Place of birth: Raleigh, North Carolina

Date of death: July 31, 1875

Spouse 1: Eliza McCardle

Years of the term: April 15, 1865 to March 03, 1869

Political party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Washington’s Birthday (Washington’s Birthday was originally on February 22 but was changed to the 22nd)

#18. Ulysses S. Grant

He was known for getting many of the laws Congress had passed before his presidency to go into effects such as The Legal Tender Act of 1862 and the Coinage Act, for replacing Secretary of War Edwin Stanton, and also for making many other accomplishments while being president. Grant got the 13th Amendment passed through Congress, made the Legal Tender Act of 1862, and got the Coinage Act into effect.

Grant also passed the Civil Rights Act of 1875 through Congress and made many other accomplishments.

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Born: April 27, 1822

Place of birth: Point Pleasant, Ohio

Date of death: July 23, 1885

Spouse: Julia Dent

Years of the term: March 04, 1869 to March 03, 1877

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: July 4th (In 1872, the US decided to have a day off from work on July 4 instead of January 1)

#19. Rutherford B. Hayes

He was known for giving federal troops to South Carolina and Louisiana during Reconstruction, trying to make the US a less corrupt place, and also for making other accomplishments while being president. These accomplishments include starting the Department of Justice.

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Born: October 04, 1822

Place of birth: Delaware, Ohio

Date of death: January 17, 1893

Spouse: Lucy Ware Webb Hayes

Years of the term: March 04, 1877 to March 03, 1881

Political party: Republican and later a member of the National Union Party

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day

#20. James A. Garfield

He was known for being assassinated by Charles Jules Guiteau on July 2, 1881, for trying to make US dollar coinage more uniform throughout the United States, and also for making other accomplishments while being president.

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Born: November 19, 1831

Place of birth: Orange, Ohio

Date of death: September 19, 1881

Spouse: Lucretia Rudolph Garfield

Years of the term: March 04, 1881 to September 19, 1881 (assassinated)

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: July 4th (In 1879, the US decided to have a day off from work on July 4 instead of January 1)

#21. Chester Alan Arthur

He was known for getting the Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act passed through Congress, trying to get other legislation passed by Congress, deciding that the country should try to help set up other countries in North America, and also for making many other accomplishments while being president.

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Born: October 05, 1829

Place of birth: Fairfield, Vermont

Date of death: November 18, 1886

Spouse: Ellen Lewis Herndon Arthur

Years of the term: September 19, 1881 to March 04, 1885

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day (In 1884, the US decided to have a day off from work on Thanksgiving)

#22. Grover Cleveland

He was known for getting the Gold Standard Act passed through Congress, signing a bill that made all Native Americans citizens of the US, and also for making many other accomplishments while being president.

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Born: March 18, 1837

Place of birth: Caldwell, New Jersey

Date of death: June 24, 1908

Spouse: Frances Folsom Cleveland

Years of the term: March 04, 1885 to March 03, 1889 and again from March 04, 1893 to March 03, 1897

Political party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day (In 1885, the US decided to have a day off from work on Thanksgiving)

#23. Benjamin Harrison

He was known for getting the Sherman Antitrust Act passed through Congress, trying to get tariffs on goods imposed by foreign countries lowered, and also for making many other accomplishments while being president.

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Born: August 20, 1833

Place of birth: North Bend, Ohio

Date of death: March 13, 1901

Spouse: Caroline Harrison

Years of the term: March 04, 1889 to March 03, 1893

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day (In 1888, the US decided to have a day off from work on Thanksgiving)

#24. Grover Cleveland

Became the 24th president of the US on March 04, 1893, after Benjamin Harrison lost to him in the election. He was known for helping Native Americans and Black Americans get more rights, trying to get laws passed by Congress that would help people stay healthy and safe while working, and also for making many other accomplishments while being president.

Born: March 18, 1837

Place of birth: Caldwell, New Jersey

Date of death: June 24, 1908

First Lady (wife): Frances Folsom Cleveland

Years of the term: March 04, 1893 to March 03, 1897 and again from March 04, 1889 to September 09, 1885 (lost election)

Political Party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day (In 1894, the US decided to have a day off from work on Thanksgiving)

#25. William McKinley

He was known for getting the Gold Standard Act passed through Congress, deciding that the country should try to help set up other countries in North America, and also for making many other accomplishments while being president.

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Born: January 29, 1843

Place of birth: Niles, Ohio

Date of death: September 14, 1901

Spouse: Ida Alice Saxton McKinley

Years of the term: March 04, 1897 to September 14, 1901

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day (In 1898, the US decided to have a day off from work on Thanksgiving)

#26. Theodore Roosevelt

He was known for getting legislation passed through Congress which said that companies cannot have a monopoly on the trade of goods, trying to get more countries involved in what was going on in World War I, and also for making many other accomplishments while being president.

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Born: October 27, 1858

Place of birth: Manhattan, New York

Date of death: January 06, 1919

Spouse: Alice Hathaway Lee Roosevelt

Years of the term: March 04, 1901 to September 14, 1901 and again from March 04, 1905 to March 03, 1909

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day (In 1905, the US decided to have a day off from work on Thanksgiving)

#27. William Howard Taft

He was known for getting a law passed through Congress which said that the president and vice president must both be US citizens, also got a bill passed which made primary education more available to citizens of the US, and also for making many other accomplishments while being president.

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Born: September 15, 1857

Place of birth: Cincinnati, Ohio

Date of death: March 08, 1930

Spouse: Helen Herron Taft

Years of the term: March 04, 1909 to March 03, 1913

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day

#28. Woodrow Wilson

He was known for getting laws passed through Congress which increased the power of the Federal Reserve while also decreasing the power that private banks had, and he also made many other accomplishments while being president.

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Born: December 28, 1856

Place of birth: Staunton, Virginia

Date of death: February 03, 1924

Spouse: Edith Bolling Galt Wilson

Years of the term: March 04, 1913 to March 03, 1921

Political party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Memorial Day (In 1915 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#29. Warren G. Harding

He was famous for giving a speech called “front porch campaign” where he would give speeches from his front porch in order to get more supporters, and also for making many other accomplishments while being president.

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Born: November 02, 1865

Place of birth: Blooming Grove, Ohio

Date of death: August 02, 1923

Spouse: Florence Kling DeWolf Harding

Years of the term: March 04, 1921 to August 02, 1923

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day (In 1922 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#30.

He was famous for making thousands of new laws that all related to alcohol, also passed through Congress bills that supported farming, and got the Volstead Act (which banned the sale of alcoholic beverages) passed.

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Born: July 04, 1872

Place of birth: Plymouth Notch, Vermont

Date of death: January 05, 1933

Spouse: Grace Anna Goodhue Coolidge

Years of the term: March 04, 1923 to August 02, 1925 and again from March 04, 1929 to January 05, 1933

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Christmas (In 1927 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#31. Herbert Clark Hoover

He was famous for taking action that led to the end of World War I, also got laws passed through Congress which increased social security and pensions of Civil War veterans, among many other things.

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Born: August 10, 1874

Place of birth: West Branch, Iowa

Date of death: October 20, 1964

Spouse: Lou Henry Hoover

Years of the term: March 04, 1929 to March 03, 1933

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day

#32. Franklin Delano Roosevelt

He was known for passing a law through Congress that created social security, and also for ending the Great Depression which helped the US greatly with restoring it.

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Born: January 30, 1882

Place of birth: Hyde Park, New York

Date of death: April 12, 1945

Spouse: Eleanor Roosevelt

Years of the term: March 04, 1933 to April 12, 1945

Political party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#33. Harry S. Truman

He was known for ending World War II, making many of his accomplishments while being president during the postwar era of the United States of America.

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Born: May 08, 1884

Place of birth: Lamar, Missouri

Date of death: December 26, 1972

Spouse: Bess Truman

Years of the term: April 12, 1945 to January 20, 1953

Political party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#34. Dwight D. Eisenhower

He is known for stopping the war of aggression against North Korea, making advancements towards ending segregation in schools, and making many other accomplishments while being president.

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Born: October 14, 1890

Place of birth: Denison, Texas

Date of death: March 28, 1969

Spouse: Mamie Geneva Doud Eisenhower

Years of the term: January 20, 1953 to January 20, 1961

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#35. John F. Kennedy

He is known for many things, including being assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald. He also created the Peace Corps which was a plan to set up volunteer organizations that would aid underdeveloped countries.

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Born: May 29, 1917

Place of birth: Brookline, Massachusetts

Date of death: November 22, 1963

Spouse: Jacqueline Lee “Jackie” Kennedy Onassis

Years of the term: January 20, 1961 to November 22, 1963

Political party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#36. Lyndon B. Johnson

He is known for passing many important acts, including the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and also created Medicare and Medicaid.

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Born: August 27, 1908

Place of birth: Stonewall, Texas

Date of death: January 22, 1973

Spouse: Claudia “Lady Bird” Taylor Johnson

Years of the term: November 22, 1963 to January 20, 1969

Political party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#37. Richard M. Nixon

He is known for ending the Vietnam War which helped avoid escalating tensions between the US and China (or North Vietnam), he accomplished this by staging a ceasefire and withdrawing US forces.

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Born: January 9, 1913

Place of birth: Yorba Linda, California

Date of death: April 22, 1994

Spouse: Thelma Jeanne “Pat” Ryan

Years of the term: January 20, 1969 to August 9, 1974

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#38. Gerald R. Ford

He is known for filling in for President Nixon, also he pardoned him due to his involvement in the Watergate scandal. One other thing he did during his presidency was pass the New Federalism which allowed states to handle cases that were more specific.

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Born: July 14, 1913

Place of birth: Omaha, Nebraska

Date of death: December 26, 2006

Spouse: Elizabeth “Betty” Bloomer Warren

Years of the term: August 9, 1974 to January 20, 1977

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#39. Jimmy Carter

Carter is known for negotiating a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt (or between Israel and Palestine), also during his presidency the US experienced a gasoline shortage.

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Born: October 1, 1924

Place of birth: Plains, Georgia

Spouse: Rosalynn Smith

Years of the term: January 20, 1977 to January 20, 1981

Political party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#40. Ronald Reagan

He is known for ending the Cold War, which was a war created by tensions between the Soviet Union and the United States. He also helped defeat a communist regime in Grenada which set up a new government.

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Born: February 6, 1911

Place of birth: Tampico, Illinois

Date of death: June 5th, 2004

Spouse: Nancy Davis Reagan

Years of the term: January 20, 1981 to January 20, 1989

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#41. George H.W. Bush

He is the oldest president to have been in office, he is also known for being involved in the Gulf War which ended when Iraq agreed to withdraw from Kuwait and destruction of their weapons if there were any. One other thing he did was help create a treaty that banned chemical weapons.

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Born: June 12, 1924

Place of birth: Milton, Massachusetts

Date of death: November 30th, 2018

Spouse: Barbara Pierce Bush

Years of the term: January 20, 1989 to January 20, 1993

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#42. Bill Clinton

Clinton is known for two things, one of them is that he had an affair with Monica Lewinsky and the other thing he did was help Americans in need after hurricane Marilyn and hurricane Luis (hurricane Luis was the worst).

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Born: August 19, 1946

Place of birth: Hope, Arkansas

Spouse: Hillary Clinton

Years of the term: January 20, 1993 to January 20, 2001

Political party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#43. George W. Bush

Bush is known for trying to stop terrorists from harming America more than they did before on September 11th, 2001 which happened during his first term. Another thing he did while in office was help New Orleans and the surrounding area after hurricane Katrina passed through it and caused a lot of damage.

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Born:

Place of birth: New Haven, Connecticut

Date of death: June 1st, 2023 (he dies of a heart attack at age 74)

Spouse: Laura Bush

Years of the term: January 20, 2001 to January 20, 2009

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#44. Barack Obama

Obama was the first African American President and is known for trying to make peace between Israel and Palestine while in office and also tried helping America after hurricane Sandy passed through it which destroyed a lot of things such as homes, cars, etc.

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Born: August 4, 1961

Place of birth: Honolulu, Hawaii

Spouse: Michelle Obama

Years of the term: January 20, 2009 to January 20, 2017

Political party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#45. Donald Trump

Trump was the first non-government official in history to become president because he has no political background whatsoever and is known for being one of the most controversial presidents ever. During his time in office, he tried sending troops to stop ISIS, and little did he know that they would be behind another terrorist attack that took place in France, this time it was the Eiffel Tower. Many people know that he had an affair with an actress during his time in the office named Stormy Daniels, but very little did they know that this would turn out to be one of the most controversial presidents ever.

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Born: June 14, 1946

Spouse: Melania Trump

Years of the term: January 20, 2017 to January 20, 2021

Political party: Republican

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

#46. Joe Biden

Biden was a very controversial president because he first became vice president and then president because America had been going through one of its darkest times ever, which many people would only see as the only reason for this. Anyways, he is known for trying to stop ISIS from harming America more than it did before by sending troops there while in office.

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Born: November 20, 1942

Place of birth: Scranton, Pennsylvania

Spouse: Jill Biden

Years of the term: January 20, 2017 to January 20, 2025

Political party: Democratic

Declared National Holiday: Thanksgiving Day and also in observance of the American Civil War’s holiday on May 10th (In 1978 Congress decided that this holiday should be celebrated every year)

All of the presidents in order from George Washington to Joe Biden will not only be remembered for what they did while in office but also for their accomplishments and how many years they were there. They will also never be forgotten because who knows, we may have someone similar to one of them running for president in the future. But one thing’s for sure, they will not be forgotten anytime soon…ever! That’s what makes them so important to the United States of America.

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