American History

Elizabeth Betty Ford – 38th First Lady of United States of America – Wife of President Gerald Ford – 1918 CE – 2011 CE

Elizabeth Betty Ford – 38th First Lady of United States of America – Wife of President Gerald Ford – 1918 CE – 2011 CE

Elizabeth Ann Betty Ford, was the First lady of the United States, as the wife of Gerald Ford, the 38th President of the United States. Elizabeth Betty Ford was active in social policy and created precedents as First Lady. Elizabeth Betty Ford was noted for raising breast cancer awareness following […]

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John Tyler - Tenth President of United States of America - 1841 - 1845

John Tyler – Tenth President of United States of America – The Replacement of William Henry Harrison – Accomplished the annexation of Texas – 1790 CE – 1862 CE

John Tyler became the tenth President of the United States when William Henry Harrison died. He would not have otherwise been nominated or selected to be President of the United States, being an outsider in both major political parties, but in the end John Tyler served as president for almost […]

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William Henry Harrison - Sketch of Younger Days

William Henry Harrison – Nineth President of the United States – Shortest Presidency – Died on 32nd day at the Office

William Henry Harrison (February 9, 1773 – April 4, 1841) The President Who Wasn’t William Henry Harrison is mainly noted in American History as having served the shortest term as president. Harrison died on the 32nd day of his term (1841-1841) as President from complications from pneumonia, which he contracted […]

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Martin Van Buren - President of United States of America - 1837 - 1841

Martin Van Buren – Eighth President of the United States – Vice President of Andrew Jackson – American President of Dutch Origin – 1782 CE – 1862 CE

Martin Van Buren (December 5, 1782 – July 24, 1862) Old Kinderhook Martin Van Buren served as the 8th President of the United States for a single term, from 1837 until 1841 when he was defeated by William Henry Harrison. Before ascending to the presidency, Martin Van Buren served as […]

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Iconic Photograph of Andrew Jackson at his Older Age

Andrew Jackson – Seventh President of the United States of America – Face on Twenty Dollar Bill – Soldier, Lawyer, Politician – 1767 CE – 1845 CE

Andrew Jackson (March 15, 1767 – June 8, 1845) Face of the Twenty Dollar Bill Andrew Jackson served as the seventh President of the United States. Jackson was elected president in 1828 and followed John Quincy Adams and served two consecutive terms, until 1837 when he was succeeded by his […]

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John Quincy Adams - Sixth President of The United States of America

John Quincy Adams – Sixth President of The United States of America – Subtle Rivalry between Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams – 1767 CE – 1848 CE

John Quincy Adams – Early Life John Quincy Adams was born on 11th July, 1767 in Braintree, Massachusetts. He was the sixth American president. John Quincy Adams was a Democratic Republican. He didn’t go to school however he was tutored at home by his cousin. He accompanied his father in […]

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James Monroe - Fifth President of The United States of America - 1817 CE - 1825 CE

James Monroe – Fifth President of The United States – A Democratic Republican – Succeeded by John Quincy Adams – 1817 – 1825

James Monroe – Early Life James Monroe is the fifth president of the US. He was born on 28 April, 1758 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. He studied law with Thomas Jefferson. James Monroe is the last president of the “Virginia Dynasty” and the revolutionaries / Architects of the American Republic. […]

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James Madison Portrait - Fourth US President

James Madison – Fourth President of United States – Father of American Constitution – Got into British American War – 1751 CE – 1836 CE

James Madison – Early Life Madison was born on 15th March 1751 in Belle Grove, Virginia. He was very qualified for the office as he was known to have a more disciplined mind and better way of thinking than Jefferson. Madison was everything Jefferson wasn’t. James Madison was married to […]

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Thomas Jefferson - Third President of United States - 1742 CE - 1826 CE

Thomas Jefferson – Third President of United States of America – Purchased Louisiana – Sculptured into Mt Rushmore – 1743 CE – 1826 CE  

Thomas Jefferson – Early Life Thomas Jefferson was born on 13th April, 1743 in Shadwell, Virginia. His family was of wealthy landlords. Thomas Jefferson was an American Founding Father and a principal author of the Declaration of Independence. He studied Latin, French, philosophy and playing the violin. He lived in his […]

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John Adams - Second President of United States of America after George Washington - Succeeded by Thomas Jefferson - 1735 CE - 1826 CE

John Adams – Second President of United States of America after George Washington – Succeeded by Thomas Jefferson – 1735 CE – 1826 CE

John Adams – Early Life John Adams, a patriot who was a lawyer, a diplomat and a statesman. He was born on October 30, 1735 CE in Braintree, Massachusetts. He was Harvard educated, yet very insecure, was very humble yet moody. It was told John Adams was always filled with […]

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