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1.1. THE +'s Here Filter Presidents By Party

1.2. No Party

1.2.1. George Washington

1.2.1.1. B. February 22, 1732 D. December 14, 1799

1.2.1.2. Presidency: April 30, 1789 – March 4, 1797

1.2.1.3. Vice President: John Adams

1.3. Federalist

1.3.1. John Adams

1.3.1.1. B. October 30, 1735 D. July 4, 1826

1.3.1.2. Presidency: March 4, 1797 – March 4, 1801

1.3.1.3. Vice President: Thomas Jefferson

1.4. Democratic - Republican

1.4.1. Thomas Jefferson

1.4.1.1. B. April 13, 1743 D. July 4, 1826

1.4.1.2. Presidency: March 4, 1801 – March 4, 1809

1.4.1.3. Vice President(s): Aaron Burr George Clinton

1.4.2. James Madison

1.4.2.1. B. March 16, 1751 D. June 28, 1836

1.4.2.2. Presidency: March 4, 1809 – March 4, 1817

1.4.2.3. Vice President(s): George Clinton Elbridge Gerry

1.4.3. James Monroe

1.4.3.1. B. April 28, 1758 D.July 4, 1831

1.4.3.2. Presidency: March 4, 1817 – March 4, 1825

1.4.3.3. Vice President: Daniel Tompkins

1.4.4. John Quincy Adams

1.4.4.1. B. July 11, 1767 D. February 23, 1848

1.4.4.2. Presidency: March 4, 1825 – March 4, 1829

1.4.4.3. Vice President: John Calhoun

1.5. Democrat

1.5.1. Andrew Jackson

1.5.1.1. B. March 15, 1767 D. June 8, 1845

1.5.1.2. Presidency: March 4, 1829 – March 4, 1837

1.5.1.3. Vice President: Marin Van Buren

1.5.2. Martin Van Buren

1.5.2.1. B. December 5, 1782 D. July 24, 1862

1.5.2.2. Presidency: March 4, 1837 – March 4, 1841

1.5.2.3. Vice President: Richard Johnson

1.5.3. James K. Polk

1.5.3.1. B. November 2, 1795 D. June 15, 1849

1.5.3.2. Presidency: March 4, 1845 – March 4, 1849

1.5.3.3. Vice President: George M. Dallas

1.5.4. Franklin Peirce

1.5.4.1. B. November 23, 1804 D. October 8, 1869

1.5.4.2. Presidency: March 4, 1853 – March 4, 1857

1.5.4.3. Vice President(s): William R. King (1853) None (1853-1857)

1.5.5. James Buchanan

1.5.5.1. B. April 23, 1791 D. June 1, 1868

1.5.5.2. Presidency: March 4, 1857 – March 4, 1861

1.5.5.3. Vice President: John C. Breckinridge

1.5.6. Andrew Johnson

1.5.6.1. B. December 29, 1808 D. July 31, 1875

1.5.6.2. Presidency: April 15, 1865 – March 4, 1869

1.5.6.3. Vice President: None

1.5.7. Grover Cleaveland

1.5.7.1. B. March 18, 1837 D. June 24, 1908

1.5.7.2. Presidency: March 4, 1893 – March 4, 1897

1.5.7.3. Vice President: Adlai E. Stevenson

1.5.8. Woodrow Wilson

1.5.8.1. B. December 28, 1856 D. February 3, 1924

1.5.8.2. Presidency: March 4, 1913 – March 4, 1921

1.5.8.3. Vice President: Thomas R. Marshall

1.5.9. Franklin D. Roosevelt

1.5.9.1. B. January 30, 1882 D. April 12, 1945

1.5.9.2. Presidency: March 4, 1933 – April 12, 1945

1.5.9.3. Vice President(s): John N. Garner (1933–1941) Henry A. Wallace (1941–1945) Harry S. Truman (1945)

1.5.10. Harry S. Truman

1.5.10.1. B. May 8, 1884 D. December 26, 1972

1.5.10.2. Presidency: April 12, 1945 – January 20, 1953

1.5.10.3. Vice President(s): None (1945–1949) Alben Barkley (1949–1953)

1.5.11. John F. Kennedy

1.5.11.1. B. May 29, 1917 D. November 22, 1963

1.5.11.2. Presidency: January 20, 1961 – November 22, 1963

1.5.11.3. Vice President: Lyndon B. Johnson

1.5.12. Lyndon B. Johnson

1.5.12.1. B. August 27, 1908 D. January 22, 1973

1.5.12.2. Presidency: November 22, 1963 – January 20, 1969

1.5.12.3. Vice President(s): None (1963–1965) Hubert Humphrey (1965–1969)

1.5.13. Jimmy Carter

1.5.13.1. B. October 1, 1924

1.5.13.2. Presidency: January 20, 1977 – January 20, 1981

1.5.13.3. Vice President: Walter Mondale

1.5.14. Bill Clinton

1.5.14.1. B. August 19, 1946

1.5.14.2. Presidency: January 20, 1993 – January 20, 2001

1.5.14.3. Vice President: Al Gore

1.5.15. Barack Obama

1.5.15.1. B. August 4, 1961

1.5.15.2. Presidency: January 20, 2009 - Present

1.5.15.3. Vice President: Joe Biden

1.6. Whig

1.6.1. William Henry Harrison

1.6.1.1. B. February 9, 1773 D. April 4, 1841

1.6.1.2. Presidency: March 4, 1841 – April 4, 1841

1.6.1.3. Vice President: John Tyler

1.6.2. John Tyler

1.6.2.1. B. March 29, 1790 D. January 18, 1862

1.6.2.2. Presidency: April 4, 1841 – March 4, 1845

1.6.2.3. Vice President: None

1.6.3. Zachary Taylor

1.6.3.1. B. November 24, 1784 D. July 9, 1850

1.6.3.2. Presidency: March 4, 1849 – July 9, 1850

1.6.3.3. Vice President: Millard Fillmore

1.6.4. Millard Filmore

1.6.4.1. B. January 7, 1800 D. March 8, 1874

1.6.4.2. Presidency: July 9, 1850 – March 4, 1853

1.6.4.3. Vice President: None

1.7. Republican

1.7.1. Abraham Lincoln

1.7.1.1. B. February 12, 1809 D. April 15, 1865

1.7.1.2. Presidency: March 4, 1861 – April 15, 1865

1.7.1.3. Vice President: Hannibal Hamlin (1861–1865) Andrew Johnson (1865)

1.7.2. Ulysses S. Grant

1.7.2.1. B. April 27, 1822| D. July 23, 1885

1.7.2.2. Presidency: March 4, 1869 – March 4, 1877

1.7.2.3. Vice President(s): Schuyler Colfax (1869–1873) Henry Wilson (1873–1875) None (1875–1877)

1.7.3. Rutherford B. Hayes

1.7.3.1. B. October 4, 1822 D. January 17, 1893

1.7.3.2. Presidency: March 4, 1877 – March 4, 1881

1.7.3.3. Vice President: William A. Wheeler

1.7.4. James A. Garfield

1.7.4.1. B. November 19, 1831 D. September 19, 1881

1.7.4.2. Presidency: March 4, 1881 – September 19, 1881

1.7.4.3. Vice President: Chester A. Arthur

1.7.5. Chester A. Arthur

1.7.5.1. B. October 5, 1829 D. November 18, 1886

1.7.5.2. Presidency: September 19, 1881 – March 4, 1885

1.7.5.3. Vice President: None

1.7.6. Benjamin Harrison

1.7.6.1. B. August 20, 1833 D. March 13, 1901

1.7.6.2. Presidency: March 4, 1889 – March 4, 1893

1.7.6.3. Vice President: Levi P. Morton

1.7.7. William McKinley

1.7.7.1. B. January 29,1843 D. September 14, 1901

1.7.7.2. Presidency: March 4, 1897 – September 14, 1901

1.7.7.3. Vice President(s): Garret A. Hobart (1897–1899) None (1899–1901) Theodore Roosevelt (1901)

1.7.8. Theodore Roosevelt

1.7.8.1. B. October 27, 1858 D. January 6, 1919

1.7.8.2. Presidency: September 14, 1901 – March 4, 1909

1.7.8.3. Vice President(s):| None (1901-1905) Charles W. Fairbanks (1905–1909)

1.7.9. William Howard Taft

1.7.9.1. B. September 15, 1857 D. March 8, 1930

1.7.9.2. Presidency: March 4, 1909 – March 4, 1913

1.7.9.3. Vice President(s): James S. Sherman (1909–1912) None (1912–1913)

1.7.10. Warren G. Harding

1.7.10.1. B. November 2, 1865 D. August 2, 1923

1.7.10.2. Presidency: March 4, 1921 – August 2, 1923

1.7.10.3. Vice President: Calvin Coolidge

1.7.11. Calvin Coolidge

1.7.11.1. B. July 4, 1872 D. January 5, 1933

1.7.11.2. Presidency: August 2, 1923 – March 4, 1929

1.7.11.3. Vice President(s): None (1923–1925) Charles G. Dawes (1925–1929)

1.7.12. Herbert Hoover

1.7.12.1. B. August 10, 1874 D. October 20, 1964

1.7.12.2. Presidency: March 4, 1929 – March 4, 1933

1.7.12.3. Vice President: Charles Curtis

1.7.13. Dwight D. Eisenhower

1.7.13.1. B. October 14, 1890 D. March 28, 1969

1.7.13.2. Presidency: January 20, 1953 – January 20, 1961

1.7.13.3. Vice President: Richard Nixon

1.7.14. Richard Nixon

1.7.14.1. B. January 9, 1913 D. April 22, 1994

1.7.14.2. Presidency: January 20, 1969 – August 9, 1974

1.7.14.3. Vice President(s): Spiro Agnew Gerald Ford

1.7.15. Gerald Ford

1.7.15.1. B. July 14, 1913 D. December 26, 2006

1.7.15.2. Presidency: August 9, 1974 – January 20, 1977

1.7.15.3. Vice President(s): None (August–December 1974) Nelson Rockefeller (1974–1977)

1.7.16. Ronald Reagan

1.7.16.1. B. February 6, 1911 D. June 5, 2004

1.7.16.2. Presidency: January 20, 1981 – January 20, 1989

1.7.16.3. Vice President: George H.W. Bush

1.7.17. George H.W. Bush

1.7.17.1. B. June 12, 1924

1.7.17.2. Presidency: January 20, 1989 – January 20, 1993

1.7.17.3. Vice President: Dan Quayle

1.7.18. George W. Bush

1.7.18.1. B. July 6, 1946

1.7.18.2. Presidency: January 20, 2001 – January 20, 2009

1.7.18.3. Vice President: Dick Cheney

1.8. Died While In Office

1.8.1. William Henry Harrison

1.8.1.1. B. February 9, 1773 D. April 4, 1841

1.8.1.2. Presidency: March 4, 1841 – April 4, 1841

1.8.1.3. Vice President: John Tyler

1.8.2. Zachary Taylor

1.8.2.1. B. November 24, 1784 D. July 9, 1850

1.8.2.2. Presidency: March 4, 1849 – July 9, 1850

1.8.2.3. Vice President: Millard Fillmore

1.8.3. Abraham Lincoln

1.8.3.1. B. February 12, 1809 D. April 15, 1865

1.8.3.2. Presidency: March 4, 1861 – April 15, 1865

1.8.3.3. Vice President: Hannibal Hamlin (1861–1865) Andrew Johnson (1865)

1.8.4. William McKinley

1.8.4.1. B. January 29,1843 D. September 14, 1901

1.8.4.2. Presidency: March 4, 1897 – September 14, 1901

1.8.4.3. Vice President(s): Garret A. Hobart (1897–1899) None (1899–1901) Theodore Roosevelt (1901)

1.8.5. John F. Kennedy

1.8.5.1. B. May 29, 1917 D. November 22, 1963

1.8.5.2. Presidency: January 20, 1961 – November 22, 1963

1.8.5.3. Vice President: Lyndon B. Johnson

2. Presidents

2.1. 1700's

2.1.1. George Washington

2.1.1.1. B. February 22, 1732 D. December 14, 1799

2.1.1.2. Presidency: April 30, 1789 – March 4, 1797

2.1.1.3. Vice President: John Adams

2.1.2. John Adams

2.1.2.1. B. October 30, 1735 D. July 4, 1826

2.1.2.2. Presidency: March 4, 1797 – March 4, 1801

2.1.2.3. Vice President: Thomas Jefferson

2.2. 1800's

2.2.1. Thomas Jefferson

2.2.1.1. B. April 13, 1743 D. July 4, 1826

2.2.1.2. Presidency: March 4, 1801 – March 4, 1809

2.2.1.3. Vice President(s): Aaron Burr George Clinton

2.2.2. James Madison

2.2.2.1. B. March 16, 1751 D. June 28, 1836

2.2.2.2. Presidency: March 4, 1809 – March 4, 1817

2.2.2.3. Vice President(s): George Clinton Elbridge Gerry

2.2.3. James Monroe

2.2.3.1. B. April 28, 1758 D.July 4, 1831

2.2.3.2. Presidency: March 4, 1817 – March 4, 1825

2.2.3.3. Vice President: Daniel Tompkins

2.2.4. John Quincy Adams

2.2.4.1. B. July 11, 1767 D. February 23, 1848

2.2.4.2. Presidency: March 4, 1825 – March 4, 1829

2.2.4.3. Vice President: John Calhoun

2.2.5. Andrew Jackson

2.2.5.1. B. March 15, 1767 D. June 8, 1845

2.2.5.2. Presidency: March 4, 1829 – March 4, 1837

2.2.5.3. Vice President: Marin Van Buren

2.2.6. Martin Van Buren

2.2.6.1. B. December 5, 1782 D. July 24, 1862

2.2.6.2. Presidency: March 4, 1837 – March 4, 1841

2.2.6.3. Vice President: Richard Johnson

2.2.7. William Henry Harrison

2.2.7.1. B. February 9, 1773 D. April 4, 1841

2.2.7.2. Presidency: March 4, 1841 – April 4, 1841

2.2.7.3. Vice President: John Tyler

2.2.8. John Tyler

2.2.8.1. B. March 29, 1790 D. January 18, 1862

2.2.8.2. Presidency: April 4, 1841 – March 4, 1845

2.2.8.3. Vice President: None

2.2.9. James K. Polk

2.2.9.1. B. November 2, 1795 D. June 15, 1849

2.2.9.2. Presidency: March 4, 1845 – March 4, 1849

2.2.9.3. Vice President: George M. Dallas

2.2.10. Zachary Taylor

2.2.10.1. B. November 24, 1784 D. July 9, 1850

2.2.10.2. Presidency: March 4, 1849 – July 9, 1850

2.2.10.3. Vice President: Millard Fillmore

2.2.11. Millard Filmore

2.2.11.1. B. January 7, 1800 D. March 8, 1874

2.2.11.2. Presidency: July 9, 1850 – March 4, 1853

2.2.11.3. Vice President: None

2.2.12. Franklin Peirce

2.2.12.1. B. November 23, 1804 D. October 8, 1869

2.2.12.2. Presidency: March 4, 1853 – March 4, 1857

2.2.12.3. Vice President(s): William R. King (1853) None (1853-1857)

2.2.13. James Buchanan

2.2.13.1. B. April 23, 1791 D. June 1, 1868

2.2.13.2. Presidency: March 4, 1857 – March 4, 1861

2.2.13.3. Vice President: John C. Breckinridge

2.2.14. Abraham Lincoln

2.2.14.1. B. February 12, 1809 D. April 15, 1865

2.2.14.2. Presidency: March 4, 1861 – April 15, 1865

2.2.14.3. Vice President: Hannibal Hamlin (1861–1865) Andrew Johnson (1865)

2.2.15. Andrew Johnson

2.2.15.1. B. December 29, 1808 D. July 31, 1875

2.2.15.2. Presidency: April 15, 1865 – March 4, 1869

2.2.15.3. Vice President: None

2.2.16. Ulysses S. Grant

2.2.16.1. B. April 27, 1822| D. July 23, 1885

2.2.16.2. Presidency: March 4, 1869 – March 4, 1877

2.2.16.3. Vice President(s): Schuyler Colfax (1869–1873) Henry Wilson (1873–1875) None (1875–1877)

2.2.17. Rutherford B. Hayes

2.2.17.1. B. October 4, 1822 D. January 17, 1893

2.2.17.2. Presidency: March 4, 1877 – March 4, 1881

2.2.17.3. Vice President: William A. Wheeler

2.2.18. James A. Garfield

2.2.18.1. B. November 19, 1831 D. September 19, 1881

2.2.18.2. Presidency: March 4, 1881 – September 19, 1881

2.2.18.3. Vice President: Chester A. Arthur

2.2.19. Chester A. Arthur

2.2.19.1. B. October 5, 1829 D. November 18, 1886

2.2.19.2. Presidency: September 19, 1881 – March 4, 1885

2.2.19.3. Vice President: None

2.2.20. Grover Cleaveland

2.2.20.1. B. March 18, 1837 D. June 24, 1908

2.2.20.2. Presidency: March 4, 1893 – March 4, 1897

2.2.20.3. Vice President: Adlai E. Stevenson

2.2.21. Benjamin Harrison

2.2.21.1. B. August 20, 1833 D. March 13, 1901

2.2.21.2. Presidency: March 4, 1889 – March 4, 1893

2.2.21.3. Vice President: Levi P. Morton

2.2.22. Grover Cleaveland

2.2.22.1. B. March 18, 1837 D. June 24, 1908

2.2.22.2. Presidency: March 4, 1893 – March 4, 1897

2.2.22.3. Vice President: Adlai E. Stevenson

2.2.23. William McKinley

2.2.23.1. B. January 29,1843 D. September 14, 1901

2.2.23.2. Presidency: March 4, 1897 – September 14, 1901

2.2.23.3. Vice President(s): Garret A. Hobart (1897–1899) None (1899–1901) Theodore Roosevelt (1901)

2.3. 1900's

2.3.1. Theodore Roosevelt

2.3.1.1. B. October 27, 1858 D. January 6, 1919

2.3.1.2. Presidency: September 14, 1901 – March 4, 1909

2.3.1.3. Vice President(s):| None (1901-1905) Charles W. Fairbanks (1905–1909)

2.3.2. William Howard Taft

2.3.2.1. B. September 15, 1857 D. March 8, 1930

2.3.2.2. Presidency: March 4, 1909 – March 4, 1913

2.3.2.3. Vice President(s): James S. Sherman (1909–1912) None (1912–1913)

2.3.3. Woodrow Wilson

2.3.3.1. B. December 28, 1856 D. February 3, 1924

2.3.3.2. Presidency: March 4, 1913 – March 4, 1921

2.3.3.3. Vice President: Thomas R. Marshall

2.3.4. Warren G. Harding

2.3.4.1. B. November 2, 1865 D. August 2, 1923

2.3.4.2. Presidency: March 4, 1921 – August 2, 1923

2.3.4.3. Vice President: Calvin Coolidge

2.3.5. Calvin Coolidge

2.3.5.1. B. July 4, 1872 D. January 5, 1933

2.3.5.2. Presidency: August 2, 1923 – March 4, 1929

2.3.5.3. Vice President(s): None (1923–1925) Charles G. Dawes (1925–1929)

2.3.6. Herbert Hoover

2.3.6.1. B. August 10, 1874 D. October 20, 1964

2.3.6.2. Presidency: March 4, 1929 – March 4, 1933

2.3.6.3. Vice President: Charles Curtis

2.3.7. Franklin D. Roosevelt

2.3.7.1. B. January 30, 1882 D. April 12, 1945

2.3.7.2. Presidency: March 4, 1933 – April 12, 1945

2.3.7.3. Vice President(s): John N. Garner (1933–1941) Henry A. Wallace (1941–1945) Harry S. Truman (1945)

2.3.8. Harry S. Truman

2.3.8.1. B. May 8, 1884 D. December 26, 1972

2.3.8.2. Presidency: April 12, 1945 – January 20, 1953

2.3.8.3. Vice President(s): None (1945–1949) Alben Barkley (1949–1953)

2.3.9. Dwight D. Eisenhower

2.3.9.1. B. October 14, 1890 D. March 28, 1969

2.3.9.2. Presidency: January 20, 1953 – January 20, 1961

2.3.9.3. Vice President: Richard Nixon

2.3.10. John F. Kennedy

2.3.10.1. B. May 29, 1917 D. November 22, 1963

2.3.10.2. Presidency: January 20, 1961 – November 22, 1963

2.3.10.3. Vice President: Lyndon B. Johnson

2.3.11. Lyndon B. Johnson

2.3.11.1. B. August 27, 1908 D. January 22, 1973

2.3.11.2. Presidency: November 22, 1963 – January 20, 1969

2.3.11.3. Vice President(s): None (1963–1965) Hubert Humphrey (1965–1969)

2.3.12. Richard Nixon

2.3.12.1. B. January 9, 1913 D. April 22, 1994

2.3.12.2. Presidency: January 20, 1969 – August 9, 1974

2.3.12.3. Vice President(s): Spiro Agnew Gerald Ford

2.3.13. Gerald Ford

2.3.13.1. B. July 14, 1913 D. December 26, 2006

2.3.13.2. Presidency: August 9, 1974 – January 20, 1977

2.3.13.3. Vice President(s): None (August–December 1974) Nelson Rockefeller (1974–1977)

2.3.14. Jimmy Carter

2.3.14.1. B. October 1, 1924

2.3.14.2. Presidency: January 20, 1977 – January 20, 1981

2.3.14.3. Vice President: Walter Mondale

2.3.15. Ronald Reagan

2.3.15.1. B. February 6, 1911 D. June 5, 2004

2.3.15.2. Presidency: January 20, 1981 – January 20, 1989

2.3.15.3. Vice President: George H.W. Bush

2.3.16. George H.W. Bush

2.3.16.1. B. June 12, 1924

2.3.16.2. Presidency: January 20, 1989 – January 20, 1993

2.3.16.3. Vice President: Dan Quayle

2.3.17. Bill Clinton

2.3.17.1. B. August 19, 1946

2.3.17.2. Presidency: January 20, 1993 – January 20, 2001

2.3.17.3. Vice President: Al Gore

2.4. 2000's

2.4.1. George W. Bush

2.4.1.1. B. July 6, 1946

2.4.1.2. Presidency: January 20, 2001 – January 20, 2009

2.4.1.3. Vice President: Dick Cheney

2.4.2. Barack Obama

2.4.2.1. B. August 4, 1961

2.4.2.2. Presidency: January 20, 2009 - Present

2.4.2.3. Vice President: Joe Biden

3. Vice Presidents

3.1. 1700'S

3.1.1. John Adams

3.1.2. Thomas Jefferson

3.2. 1800'S

3.2.1. Aaron Burr

3.2.2. George Clinton

3.2.3. George Clinton

3.2.4. Elbridge Gerry

3.2.5. Daniel D. Tompkins

3.2.6. John C. Calhoun

3.2.7. John C. Calhoun

3.2.8. Martin Van Buren

3.2.9. Richard Mentor Johnson

3.2.10. John Tyler

3.2.11. George M. Dallas

3.2.12. Millard Filmore

3.2.13. William R. King

3.2.14. John C. Breckinridge

3.2.15. Hannibal Hamlin

3.2.16. Andrew Johnson

3.2.17. Schuyler Colfax

3.2.18. Henry Wilson

3.2.19. William A. Wheeler

3.2.20. Chester A. Arthur

3.2.21. Thomas A. Hendrick

3.2.22. Levi P. Morton

3.2.23. Adlai E. Stevenson I

3.2.24. Garret Hobert

3.3. 1900'S

3.3.1. Theodore Roosevelt

3.3.2. Charles W. Fairbanks

3.3.3. James S. Sherman

3.3.4. Thomas R. Marshall

3.3.5. Calvin Coolidge

3.3.6. Charles G. Dawes

3.3.7. Charles Curtis

3.3.8. John Nance Garner

3.3.9. Henry A. Wallace

3.3.10. Harry S. Truman

3.3.11. Alben W. Barkley

3.3.12. Richard Nixon

3.3.13. Lyndon B. Johnson

3.3.14. Spiro Agnew

3.3.15. Gerald Ford

3.3.16. Nelson Rockefeller

3.3.17. Walter Mondale

3.3.18. George H.W. Bush

3.3.19. Dan Quayle

3.3.20. Al Gore

3.4. 2000'S

3.4.1. Dick Cheney

3.4.2. Joe Biden

4. Presidents In The Armed Service

4.1. George Washington

4.1.1. Allegiance Kingdom of Great Britain United States of America Service/branch Virginia provincial militia Continental Army United States Army Years of service militia: 1752–1758 Continental Army: 1775–1783 U. S. Army: 1798–1799 Rank Lieutenant General General of the Armies of the United States (posthumously in 1976) Commands Colony of Virginia's provincial regiment Continental Army United States Army Battles/wars: French and Indian War Battle of Jumonville Glen Battle of Fort Necessity The Braddock Expedition Battle of the Monongahela Forbes Expedition American Revolutionary War Boston campaign New York and New Jersey campaign Philadelphia campaign Yorktown campaign Awards: Congressional Gold Medal Thanks of Congress

4.2. Andrew Jackson

4.2.1. Service/branch Tennessee Militia United States Army Rank Colonel Major General Battles/wars: American Revolutionary War Battle of Hobkirk's Hill Creek War Battle of Talladega Battles of Emuckfaw and Enotachopo Creek Battle of Horseshoe Bend War of 1812 Battle of Pensacola (1814) Battle of New Orleans (1815) First Seminole War Conquest of Florida Battle of Fort Negro Siege of Fort Barrancas Awards: Thanks of Congress

4.3. William Henry Harrison

4.3.1. Allegiance United States of America Service/branch United States Army Indiana Territorial Militia Years of service 1791–1797, 1811, 1812–1814 Rank Lieutenant, Major General Unit Legion of the United States Commands Army of the Northwest Battles/wars: Northwest Indian War Siege of Fort Recovery Battle of Fallen Timbers Tecumseh's War Battle of Tippecanoe War of 1812 Siege of Fort Wayne Battle of the Thames

4.4. John Tyler

4.4.1. Service/branch Volunteer Military Company Years of service 1813

4.5. Zachary Taylor

4.5.1. Allegiance United States of America Service/branch United States Army Years of service 1808–1848 Rank Major General Battles/wars: War of 1812 Black Hawk War Second Seminole War Mexican–American War Battle of Monterrey Battle of Buena Vista

4.6. Millard Fillmore

4.6.1. Service/branch New York Militia Battles/wars: Mexican–American War American Civil War

4.7. Franklin Pierce

4.7.1. Service/branch United States Army Rank Brigadier General Battles/wars: Mexican-American War Battle of Contreras Battle of Churubusco Battle of Molino del Rey Battle of Chapultepec Battle for Mexico City

4.8. James Buchanan

4.8.1. Service/branch Volunteer Battles/wars War of 1812

4.9. Abraham Lincoln

4.9.1. Service/branch Illinois Militia Years of service 1832 Battles/wars: Black Hawk War

4.10. Ulysses S. Grant

4.10.1. Allegiance United States Union Service/branch Union Army United States Army Years of service 1839 –1854, 1861 –1869 Rank General of the Army of the United States Commands 21st Illinois Infantry Regiment Army of the Tennessee Military Division of the Mississippi Armies of the United States United States Army (postbellum) Battles/wars: Mexican-American War Battle of Resaca de la Palma Battle of Palo Alto Battle of Monterrey Battle of Veracruz Battle of Molino del Rey Battle of Chapultepec American Civil War Battle of Fort Donelson Battle of Shiloh Siege of Vicksburg Battle of Chattanooga Overland Campaign Siege of Petersburg Appomattox Campaign

4.11. Rutherford B. Hayes

4.11.1. Allegiance United States of America Union Service/branch United States Army Union Army Years of service 1861–1865 Rank Brevet Major General Unit 23rd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry Kanawha Division Battles/wars: American Civil War Battle of Cloyd's Mountain Valley Campaigns of 1864 Battle of Opequon Battle of Fisher's Hill Battle of Cedar Creek

4.12. James A. Garfield

4.12.1. Allegiance United States of America Years of service 1861–1863 Rank Major General Commands 42nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry 20th Brigade, 6th Division, Army of the Ohio Battles/wars: American Civil War Battle of Middle Creek Battle of Shiloh Siege of Corinth Battle of Chickamauga

4.13. Chester A. Arthur

4.13.1. Allegiance United States of America Union Service/branch Union Army Rank Brigadier General Unit New York Militia Battles/wars: American Civil War

4.14. Benjamin Harrison

4.14.1. Service/branch Union Army Rank Brigadier General Unit Army of the Cumberland Commands 70th Indiana Infantry 1st Brigade of the 1st Division of the XX Corps Battles/wars: American Civil War

4.15. William McKinley

4.15.1. Allegiance United States of America Union Service/branch United States Army Union Army Years of service 1861–1865 Rank Captain (brevet major) Unit 23rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment Battles/wars: American Civil War

4.16. Theodore Roosevelt

4.16.1. Service/branch United States Army Years of service 1898 Rank Colonel Commands 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry Regiment (Rough Riders) Battles/wars: Spanish-American War Battle of Las Guasimas Battle of San Juan Hill Awards: Nobel Peace Prize (1906), Medal of Honor (posthumously, 2001)

4.17. Harry S. Truman

4.17.1. Service/branch Missouri National Guard United States Army United States Army Reserve (1920–1953) Years of service 1905–1911 1917–1919 Rank Major (World War I) Colonel (United States Army Reserve) Commands Battery D, 129th Field Artillery, 60th Brigade, 35th Infantry Division Battles/wars: World War I Western Front

4.18. Dwight D. Eisenhower

4.18.1. Service/branch United States Army Years of service 1915–1953, 1961–1969[1] Rank General of the Army Commands Europe Battles/wars: World War II Awards: Army Distinguished Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters, Legion of Merit, Order of the Southern Cross, Order of the Bath, Order of Merit, Legion of Honor (partial list)

4.19. John F. Kennedy

4.19.1. Allegiance United States of America Service/branch United States Navy Years of service 1941–1945 Rank Lieutenant Unit Motor Torpedo Boat PT-109 Battles/wars: World War II Solomon Islands campaign Awards: Navy and Marine Corps Medal Purple Heart American Defense Service Medal American Campaign Medal Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with 3 bronze stars World War II Victory Medal[2

4.20. Lyndon B. Johnson

4.20.1. Allegiance United States Service/branch United States Navy Years of service 1941–1942 Rank Lieutenant Commander Battles/wars: World War II Salamaua–Lae campaign Awards: Silver Star Presidential Medal of Freedom (posthumous, 1980)

4.21. Richard Nixon

4.21.1. Service/branch United States Navy Years of service 1942–46 Rank Lieutenant commander Battles/wars: World War II (Pacific Theater) Awards: American Campaign Medal Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal (with two service stars) World War II Victory Medal

4.22. Gerald Ford

4.22.1. Service/branch United States Navy Years of service 1942 -1946 Rank Lieutenant Commander Battles/wars: World War II Awards: Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal American Campaign Medal World War II Victory Medal

4.23. Jimmy Carter

4.23.1. Service/branch United States Navy Years of service 1946–1953 Rank Lieutenant Awards: Nobel Peace Prize in 2002

4.24. Ronald Reagan

4.24.1. Service/branch United States Army United States Army Air Forces Years of service 1937–45 Rank Captain

4.25. George H.W. Bush

4.25.1. Service/branch United States Navy Years of service 1942–1945 Rank Lieutenant (junior grade) Unit Fast Carrier Task Force Battles/wars: World War II Awards: Distinguished Flying Cross Air Medal (3) Presidential Unit Citation

4.26. George W. Bush

4.26.1. Service/branch Texas Air National Guard Alabama Air National Guard Years of service 1968–1974 Rank First Lieutenant Unit 147th Fighter Interceptor Group 187th Tactical Reconnaissance Group

5. Presidents Who Served In Congress

5.1. John Adams

5.1.1. Delegate from Massachusetts Bay to the First Continental Congress In office September 5, 1774 – October 26, 1774 Preceded by None Succeeded by None

5.1.2. Delegate from Massachusetts to the Second Continental Congress In office May 10, 1775 – June 27, 1778 Preceded by None Succeeded by Samuel Holten

5.2. Thomas Jefferson

5.2.1. Delegate from Virginia to the Second Continental Congress In office June 20, 1775 – September 26, 1776 Preceded by George Washington Succeeded by John Harvie

5.2.2. Delegate from Virginia to the Congress of the Confederation In office November 1, 1783 – May 7, 1784 Preceded by James Madison Succeeded by Richard Henry Lee

5.3. James Madison

5.3.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Virginia's 5th district In office March 4, 1789 – March 3, 1793 Preceded by Constituency established Succeeded by George Hancock

5.3.2. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Virginia's 15th district In office March 4, 1793 – March 3, 1797 Preceded by Constituency established Succeeded by Robert Smith

5.4. James Monroe

5.4.1. United States Senator from Virginia In office November 9, 1790 – March 29, 1794 Preceded by John Walker Succeeded by Stevens Mason

5.5. John Quincy Adams

5.5.1. United States Senator from Massachusetts In office March 4, 1803 – June 8, 1808 Preceded by Jonathan Mason Succeeded by James Lloyd

5.5.2. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 11th district In office March 4, 1831 – March 4, 1833 Preceded by Joseph Richardson Succeeded by John Reed

5.5.3. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 12th district In office March 4, 1833 – March 4, 1843 Preceded by James Hodges Succeeded by George Robinson

5.5.4. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 8th district In office March 4, 1843 – February 23, 1848 Preceded by William Calhoun Succeeded by Horace Mann

5.6. Andrew Jackson

5.6.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Tennessee's At-Large district In office December 4, 1796 – September 26, 1797 Preceded by None (statehood) Succeeded by William C. C. Claiborne

5.6.2. United States Senator from Tennessee In office September 26, 1797 – April 1, 1798 Preceded by William Cocke Succeeded by Daniel Smith In office March 4, 1823 – October 14, 1825 Preceded by John Williams Succeeded by Hugh Lawson White

5.7. Martin Van Buren

5.7.1. United States Senator from New York In office March 4, 1821 – December 20, 1828 Preceded by Nathan Sanford Succeeded by Charles Dudley

5.8. William Henry Harrison

5.8.1. Delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives from the Northwest Territory At-large In office March 4, 1799 – May 14, 1800 Preceded by None Succeeded by William McMillan

5.8.2. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Ohio's 1st district In office October 8, 1816 – March 3, 1819 Preceded by John McLean Succeeded by Thomas Randolph Ross

5.8.3. United States Senator from Ohio In office March 4, 1825 – May 20, 1828 Preceded by Ethan Allen Brown Succeeded by Jacob Burnet

5.9. John Tyler

5.9.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Virginia's 23rd district In office December 17, 1816 – March 4, 1821 Preceded by John Clopton Succeeded by Andrew Stevenson

5.9.2. United States Senator from Virginia In office March 4, 1827 – February 29, 1836 Preceded by John Randolph Succeeded by William Rives

5.9.3. President pro tempore of the Senate In office March 3, 1835 – December 6, 1835 President Andrew Jackson Preceded by George Poindexter Succeeded by William King

5.10. James K. Polk

5.10.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Tennessee's 6th district In office March 4, 1825 – March 3, 1833 Preceded by John A. Cocke Succeeded by Balie Peyton

5.10.2. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Tennessee's 9th district In office March 4, 1833 – March 3, 1839 Preceded by William Fitzgerald Succeeded by Harvey M. Watterson

5.10.3. 17th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives In office December 7, 1835 – March 4, 1839 President Andrew Jackson Martin Van Buren Preceded by John Bell Succeeded by Robert M. T. Hunter

5.11. Millard Fillmore

5.11.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New York's 32nd district In office March 4, 1837 – March 3, 1843 Preceded by Thomas C. Love Succeeded by William A. Moseley In office March 4, 1833 – March 3, 1835 Preceded by new district Succeeded by Thomas C. Love

5.12. Franklin Pierce

5.12.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New Hampshire's At-large district In office March 4, 1833 – March 4, 1837 Served with Benning M. Bean, Robert Burns, Joseph M. Harper, Henry Hubbard, Samuel Cushman, Joseph Weeks Preceded by John Brodhead Thomas Chandler Joseph Hammons Joseph M. Harper Henry Hubbard John W. Weeks Succeeded by Charles G. Atherton Samuel Cushman James Farrington Joseph Weeks Jared W. Williams

5.12.2. United States Senator from New Hampshire In office March 4, 1837 – February 28, 1842 Preceded by John Page Succeeded by Leonard Wilcox

5.13. James Buchanan

5.13.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania's 3rd district In office March 4, 1821 – March 4, 1823 Alongside: John Phillips Preceded by Jacob Hibshman James M. Wallace Succeeded by Daniel H. Miller

5.13.2. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania's 4th district In office March 4, 1823 – March 4, 1831 Alongside: Samuel Edwards, Isaac Wayne, Charles Miner, Samuel Anderson, Joshua Evans, Jr. and George G. Leiper Preceded by James S. Mitchell Succeeded by William Hiester David Potts, Jr. Joshua Evans, Jr.

5.13.3. United States Senator from Pennsylvania In office December 6, 1834 – March 5, 1845 Preceded by William Wilkins Succeeded by Simon Cameron

5.14. Abraham Lincoln

5.14.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Illinois's 7th district In office March 4, 1847 – March 3, 1849 Preceded by John Henry Succeeded by Thomas L. Harris

5.15. Andrew Johnson

5.15.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Tennessee's 1st district In office March 4, 1843 – March 4, 1853 Preceded by Thomas D. Arnold Succeeded by Brookins Campbell

5.15.2. United States Senator from Tennessee In office October 8, 1857 – March 4, 1862 Preceded by James C. Jones Succeeded by David T. Patterson In office March 4, 1875 – July 31, 1875 Preceded by William G. Brownlow Succeeded by David M. Key

5.16. Rutherford B. Hayes

5.16.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Ohio's 2nd district In office March 4, 1865 – July 20, 1867 Preceded by Alexander Long Succeeded by Samuel F. Cary

5.17. James A. Garfield

5.17.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Ohio's 19th district In office March 4, 1863 – March 3, 1881 Preceded by Albert G. Riddle Succeeded by Ezra B. Taylor

5.17.2. Chairman of the United States House Committee on Appropriations In office 1871–1875 Preceded by Henry L. Dawes Succeeded by Samuel J. Randall

5.18. Benjamin Harrison

5.18.1. United States Senator from Indiana In office March 4, 1881 – March 4, 1887 Preceded by Joseph E. McDonald Succeeded by David Turpie

5.19. William McKinley

5.19.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Ohio's 18th district 17th district (1877–1879) 16th district (1879–1881) 17th district (1881–1883) 20th district (1885–1887) In office March 4, 1877 – March 3, 1891 Preceded by Laurin D. Woodworth Succeeded by Joseph D. Taylor

5.20. Warren G. Harding

5.20.1. United States Senator from Ohio In office March 4, 1915 – January 13, 1921 Preceded by Theodore E. Burton Succeeded by Frank B. Willis

5.21. Harry S. Truman

5.21.1. United States Senator from Missouri In office January 3, 1935 – January 17, 1945 Preceded by Roscoe C. Patterson Succeeded by Frank P. Briggs

5.22. John F. Kennedy

5.22.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 11th district In office January 3, 1947 – January 3, 1953 Preceded by James Michael Curley Succeeded by Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr.

5.22.2. United States Senator from Massachusetts In office January 3, 1953 – December 22, 1960 Preceded by Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. Succeeded by Benjamin A. Smith

5.23. Lyndon B. Johnson

5.23.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Texas's 10th District In office April 10, 1937 – January 3, 1949 Preceded by James P. Buchanan Succeeded by Homer Thornberry

5.23.2. United States Senator from Texas In office January 3, 1949 – January 3, 1961 Preceded by W. Lee O'Daniel Succeeded by William Blakley

5.23.3. 10th United States Senate Majority Whip In office January 3, 1951 – January 3, 1953 Leader Ernest McFarland Preceded by Francis J. Myers Succeeded by Leverett Saltonstall

5.23.4. 9th United States Senate Minority Leader In office January 3, 1953 – January 3, 1955 Deputy Earle C. Clements Preceded by Styles Bridges Succeeded by William F. Knowland

5.23.5. 11th United States Senate Majority Leader In office January 3, 1955 – January 3, 1961 Deputy Earle C. Clements (1955–1957) Mike Mansfield (1957–1961) Preceded by William F. Knowland Succeeded by Mike Mansfield

5.24. Richard Nixon

5.24.1. Member of the US House of Representatives from California's 12th District In office January 3, 1947 – December 1, 1950 Preceded by Jerry Voorhis Succeeded by Patrick J. Hillings

5.24.2. United States Senator from California In office December 4, 1950 – January 1, 1953 Preceded by Sheridan Downey Succeeded by Thomas Kuchel

5.25. Gerald Ford

5.25.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Michigan's 5th District In office January 3, 1949 – December 6, 1973 Preceded by Bartel J. Jonkman Succeeded by Richard F. Vander Veen

5.25.2. 16th United States House of Representatives Minority Leader In office January 3, 1965 – December 6, 1973 Deputy Leslie C. Arends Preceded by Charles A. Halleck Succeeded by John Jacob Rhodes

5.26. Jimmy Carter

5.26.1. Member of the Georgia State Senate from the 14th District In office January 14, 1963 – January 10, 1967 Preceded by New district Succeeded by Hugh Carter Constituency Sumter County

5.27. George H.W. Bush

5.27.1. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Texas's 7th district In office January 3, 1967 – January 3, 1971 Preceded by John V. Dowdy Succeeded by Bill Archer

5.28. Barack Obama

5.28.1. Member of the Illinois Senate from the 13th district In office January 8, 1997 – November 4, 2004 Preceded by Alice Palmer Succeeded by Kwame Raoul

5.28.2. United States Senator from Illinois In office January 3, 2005 – November 16, 2008 Preceded by Peter Fitzgerald Succeeded by Roland Burris

6. Presidents By Profession

6.1. Officer/Soilder

6.1.1. George Washington

6.1.2. Andrew Jackson

6.1.3. William Henry Harrison

6.1.4. Zachary Taylor

6.1.5. Ulysses S. Grant

6.1.6. Dwight D. Eisenhower

6.1.7. Jimmy Carter

6.2. Planter Farmer

6.2.1. George Washington

6.2.2. Thomas Jefferson

6.2.3. James Monroe

6.2.4. Andrew Jackson

6.2.5. James K. Polk

6.2.6. Harry S. Truman

6.2.7. Jimmy Carter (Peanuts)

6.3. Lawyer

6.3.1. John Adams

6.3.2. Thomas Jefferson

6.3.3. James Madison

6.3.4. James Monroe

6.3.5. John Quincy Adams

6.3.6. Andrew Jackson (Lawyer and Judge)

6.3.7. Martin Van Buren

6.3.8. John Tyler

6.3.9. James K. Polk

6.3.10. Millard Fillmore

6.3.11. Franklin Pierce

6.3.12. James Buchanan

6.3.13. Abraham Lincoln

6.3.14. Rutherford B. Hayes

6.3.15. James A. Garfield

6.3.16. Chester A. Arthur

6.3.17. Grover Cleveland

6.3.18. Benjamin Harrison

6.3.19. William McKinley

6.3.20. William Howard Taft (Lawyer and Jurist)

6.3.21. Calvin Coolidge

6.3.22. Franklin D. Roosevelt (Corporate)

6.3.23. Richard Nixon

6.3.24. Gerald Ford

6.3.25. Bill Clinton

6.3.26. Barack Obama

6.4. Teacher

6.4.1. Thomas Jefferson

6.4.2. James A. Garfield

6.4.3. Chester A. Arthur

6.4.4. Lyndon B. Johnson

6.4.5. Barack Obama (Constitutional Law)

6.5. Politician

6.5.1. William Henry Harrison

6.5.2. Abraham Lincoln

6.5.3. Theodore Roosevelt

6.5.4. John F. Kennedy

6.6. Diplomat

6.6.1. James Buchanan

6.7. Tailor

6.7.1. Andrew Johnson

6.8. Minister

6.8.1. James A. Garfield

6.9. Civil Servant

6.9.1. Chester A. Arthur

6.10. Author

6.10.1. Theodore Roosevelt

6.10.2. John F. Kennedy

6.10.3. Barack Obama

6.11. Historian

6.11.1. Theodore Roosevelt

6.12. Scholar

6.12.1. Woodrow Wilson (History and Political Science)

6.13. Newspaper

6.13.1. Warren G. Harding

6.14. Engineer

6.14.1. Herbert Hoover

6.15. Haberdasher (Sewing Supplies)

6.15.1. Harry S. Truman

6.16. Actor

6.16.1. Ronald Reagan

6.17. Oil

6.17.1. George H.W. Bush

6.17.2. George W. Bush

7. Contribution

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8. Vice Presidents In The Armed Services

9. Vice Presidents Who Served In Congress

10. Vice Presidents By Profession

11. President's and Wars

11.1. 1700's

11.1.1. Northwest Indian War

11.1.2. Quasi War

11.2. 1800's

11.2.1. Spanish American War

11.2.2. First Siminole War

11.2.3. Second Barbary War

11.2.4. First Barbary War

11.2.5. War of 1812

11.2.6. Arikara War

11.2.7. Second Opium War

11.2.8. Winnebego War

11.2.9. Black Hawk War

11.2.10. Second Seminole War

11.2.11. Second Sumatran Expedition

11.2.12. Texas Revolution

11.2.13. Mexican-American War

11.2.14. Navajo War

11.2.15. Cayuse War

11.2.16. Pitt River Expedition

11.2.17. Third Seminole War

11.2.18. Apache Wars

11.2.19. Bombardment of San Jaun del Norte

11.2.20. Yakima War

11.2.21. Rogue River Wars

11.2.22. Puget Sound War

11.2.23. Paiute War

11.2.24. Paraguay Expedition

11.2.25. Colorado War

11.2.26. Dakota War

11.2.27. Phillipine Insurrection

11.2.28. Battles for Shimonoseki

11.2.29. Comanche Campaign

11.2.30. Red Clouds War

11.2.31. Cheyenne War

11.2.32. First Sumatran Expedition

11.2.33. Snake War

11.2.34. Powder River Expedition

11.2.35. Nez Perce War

11.2.36. Korean Expedition

11.2.37. Red River War

11.2.38. Modac War

11.2.39. Black Hills War

11.2.40. Bannock War

11.2.41. Sheepeater Indian War

11.2.42. American Civil War

11.2.43. White River War

11.2.44. Pine Ridge Campaign

11.3. 1900's

12. 1700's