Andrew Jackson7th President of the United States<br />Tara<br />
Andrew  Jackson<br />Vice President: John C. Calhole<br />First  Lady: Rachel PonelsonRodards<br />Born: March 15, 1768<br...
Andrew   JohnsonThe  17th  President of the United States<br />Billy<br />
Andrew   Johnson<br />No Vice President<br />First Lady Eliza  McCredie<br />Born December  29, 1808<br />Died July  31,  ...
Millard  Fillmore13th President of the United States<br />Carlos<br />
Millard  Fillmore<br />No  vice  president<br />First lady , Abigail Powers<br />Born, Jan.7, 1800<br />Died, March 8, 187...
Theodore Roosevelt	26th  President of the United States<br />Danielle<br />
Vice President Charles Warren Fairbanks<br />First Lady, Alice Hathaway Lee<br />Born October 27, 1858 in New York<br />Di...
Thomas  Jefferson3rd President of the United States<br />Emily<br />
Thomas Jefferson<br />Vice President: Aaron Burr, George Clinton<br />First Lady: Martha  Wales Skelton<br />Born: April  ...
William  Jefferson   Clinton    42ND President of  the United States  <br />Erin<br />
WILLIAM  JEFFERSON CLINTON<br />Vice  President Albert  Gore, Jr<br />First  Lady, Hilary  Rodham<br />Born, August  19, 1...
James  Madison  4th  President  Of  United  States<br />Tiffany<br />
James  Madison<br />Vice  President  George  Clinton<br />First  Lady  Dolly Payne  Todd  [1768-1849]<br />Born March, 16 ...
Barack  Obama 44th  President of the United States<br />Ernie<br />
Information<br />Vice president : Joseph R. Biden Jr.<br />Eighth left-hand president<br />First  Lady : Michelle Robison<...
George Washington1st President of the United States<br />Graceann<br />
George Washington<br />Born February 22, 1732<br />Nickname Father of his Country<br />Religion Episcopalian<br />First La...
His Life….<br />He was President from 1789 to 1797<br />He was a good man <br />He died a peaceful death<br />
Our Good President<br />He had 4 children<br />When he was young he was a good student<br />He liked riding horses<br />Ge...
George Walker Bush43rd President  of  the United  StatesJustin<br />Justin<br />
George Walker Bush<br />Vice president  Richard  B.  Cheney<br /> First Lady, Laura Welch<br /> Born, July, 6 1946 in New ...
James Buchanan15th President of the United States<br />Katelyn<br />
James Buchanan<br />Vice President John  Breckinridge<br />Never married<br />Born April 23, 1791<br />Died June 1, 1869<b...
Martin Van Buren8th  President of the United States<br />Lucille<br />
Martin Van Buren<br />His vice President is Richard M. Johnson<br />First Lady is Hannah Hoes<br />Born December 5,1782 Ki...
William McKinleyThe 25th President of the United States<br />Michael<br />
William McKinley<br />Vice President Garret A. Hobart, Theodore Roosevelt                    <br />Born January 29, 1843, ...
Abraham Lincoln16th  President of the United States<br />Maria<br />
Abraham Lincoln<br />First Lady; Mary Todd<br />Born;  February 12, 1809<br />Died; April 15, 1865<br />Vice President; Ha...
James Abram Garfield20th President of the United States<br />Peter Sebastian<br />
James  Abram Garfield<br />Vice president Chester A. Arthur<br />First lady Lucretia Rudolph<br />Born Nov. 19, 1831<br />...
Sources of information and photos<br />http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/presidents<br />http://www.ipl.org/div/potus/<br />...
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    1. 1. Andrew Jackson7th President of the United States<br />Tara<br />
    2. 2. Andrew Jackson<br />Vice President: John C. Calhole<br />First Lady: Rachel PonelsonRodards<br />Born: March 15, 1768<br />Died: June 8, 1845<br />Nickname: Old Hickory<br />Education: No Formal Education<br />Religion: Presbyterian<br />Political Party: Democrat<br />He served in both revolutionary war and the<br />War in 1812<br />
    3. 3. Andrew JohnsonThe 17th President of the United States<br />Billy<br />
    4. 4. Andrew Johnson<br />No Vice President<br />First Lady Eliza McCredie<br />Born December 29, 1808<br />Died July 31, 1875<br />no formal education<br />no formal religious affiliation<br />democratic<br />
    5. 5. Millard Fillmore13th President of the United States<br />Carlos<br />
    6. 6. Millard Fillmore<br />No vice president<br />First lady , Abigail Powers<br />Born, Jan.7, 1800<br />Died, March 8, 1874<br />Nickname, The American Louis Philippe<br />No Education<br />Religion, Unitarian<br />Political Party, Whig<br />Member of New York State Assembly 1828-31<br />
    7. 7. Theodore Roosevelt 26th President of the United States<br />Danielle<br />
    8. 8. Vice President Charles Warren Fairbanks<br />First Lady, Alice Hathaway Lee<br />Born October 27, 1858 in New York<br />Died January 6, 1919 in Oyster Bay New York<br /> Nickname“TR” Trust-Buster “Teddy”<br /> Education Graduated from Harvard College <br />Religion,Dutch Reformed<br />Republican<br />
    9. 9. Thomas Jefferson3rd President of the United States<br />Emily<br />
    10. 10. Thomas Jefferson<br />Vice President: Aaron Burr, George Clinton<br />First Lady: Martha Wales Skelton<br />Born: April 13, 1743,<br />Died:July4, 1826<br />Nickname: “Man of People”<br />Education: William and Mary<br />Religion: No formal affiliation<br />Political Party: Democratic-Republican<br />A Fact: Today was the first day for Thomas Jefferson to be a President. Today is March 4, 2010.<br />
    11. 11. William Jefferson Clinton 42ND President of the United States <br />Erin<br />
    12. 12. WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON<br />Vice President Albert Gore, Jr<br />First Lady, Hilary Rodham<br />Born, August 19, 1946 in Hope Town<br />Nickname (Bill)<br />Education, graduated from, Georgetown University and graduated from Yale<br />Religion, Baptist<br />Political party, Democratic<br />Children, Chelsea and Victoria<br />
    13. 13. James Madison 4th President Of United States<br />Tiffany<br />
    14. 14. James Madison<br />Vice President George Clinton<br />First Lady Dolly Payne Todd [1768-1849]<br />Born March, 16 1751 ,in Dort Conway, Virginia<br />Died June 28 ,1836,at Montpelier Virginia .<br />Nickname Father of the Constitution.<br />
    15. 15. Barack Obama 44th President of the United States<br />Ernie<br />
    16. 16. Information<br />Vice president : Joseph R. Biden Jr.<br />Eighth left-hand president<br />First Lady : Michelle Robison<br />Born: August 1961 in Honolulu , Hawaii<br />Education : Graduated Columbia University 1983, Harvard Law School , 1991<br />Religion : United Church of Christ<br />Won the Nobel Prize in 2009<br />First African American U.S. President <br />Political Party: Democrat<br />First President born outside the contiguous United States<br />
    17. 17. George Washington1st President of the United States<br />Graceann<br />
    18. 18. George Washington<br />Born February 22, 1732<br />Nickname Father of his Country<br />Religion Episcopalian<br />First Lady Martha Dandrige<br />Vice President John Adams<br />Died December 14, 1799<br />.<br />
    19. 19. His Life….<br />He was President from 1789 to 1797<br />He was a good man <br />He died a peaceful death<br />
    20. 20. Our Good President<br />He had 4 children<br />When he was young he was a good student<br />He liked riding horses<br />George was the first President of the U.S.A.<br />
    21. 21. George Walker Bush43rd President of the United StatesJustin<br />Justin<br />
    22. 22. George Walker Bush<br />Vice president Richard B. Cheney<br /> First Lady, Laura Welch<br /> Born, July, 6 1946 in New Haven<br />Nickname “W”<br />Education Graduated from Yale<br />Religion Methodist<br />Political Party Republican <br />
    23. 23. James Buchanan15th President of the United States<br />Katelyn<br />
    24. 24. James Buchanan<br />Vice President John Breckinridge<br />Never married<br />Born April 23, 1791<br />Died June 1, 1869<br />Old Buck<br />Graduated from Dickinson<br />Presbyterian<br />Democrat <br />
    25. 25. Martin Van Buren8th President of the United States<br />Lucille<br />
    26. 26. Martin Van Buren<br />His vice President is Richard M. Johnson<br />First Lady is Hannah Hoes<br />Born December 5,1782 Kinderhook, New York<br />Died July 24,1862<br />Nickname is The Little Magician<br />Education, Graduated from Kinderhook Academy<br />Religion is Dutch Reformed<br />Political Party is Democrat<br />Martin Van Buren was first President born in the United States<br />
    27. 27. William McKinleyThe 25th President of the United States<br />Michael<br />
    28. 28. William McKinley<br />Vice President Garret A. Hobart, Theodore Roosevelt <br />Born January 29, 1843, in Niles, Ohio<br />Died September 14, 1901, in Buffalo, New York<br />Nickname Idol of Ohio<br />Education Attended Allegheny College<br />Religion Methodist<br />Political Party Republican<br />
    29. 29. Abraham Lincoln16th President of the United States<br />Maria<br />
    30. 30. Abraham Lincoln<br />First Lady; Mary Todd<br />Born; February 12, 1809<br />Died; April 15, 1865<br />Vice President; Hannibal Hamlin, Andrew Johnson<br />Nickname; Honest Abe<br />Religion; No formal affiliation<br />Education; No formal education<br />Political Party; Republican<br />
    31. 31. James Abram Garfield20th President of the United States<br />Peter Sebastian<br />
    32. 32. James Abram Garfield<br />Vice president Chester A. Arthur<br />First lady Lucretia Rudolph<br />Born Nov. 19, 1831<br />Died Sep. 19, 1881<br />Education attended Western Reserve Eclectic Institute graduated from Willams college<br />Religion Desciples of Christ<br />Political party Republican<br />
    33. 33. Sources of information and photos<br />http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/presidents<br />http://www.ipl.org/div/potus/<br />http://millercenter.org/academic/americanpresident<br />
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