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    • PRESIDENTS OF USA DRAFT MADE BY: LUIS HACHA ARELLANO ALBERTO JUAN TORIBIO
    • INDEX
      • 1. GEORGE WASHINGTON
      • (1789-97}
      • 2. JOHN ADAMS (1797-1801)  
      • 3. THOMAS JEFFERSON (1801-09)  
      • 4. JAMES MADISON (1809-17)  
      • 5. JAMES MONROE (1817-25)  
      • 6. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS (1825-29)  
      • 7. ANDREW JACKSON (1829-37)  
      • 8. MARTIN VAN BUREN (1837-41)  
      • 9. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON
      • (1841)  
      • 10. JOHN TYLER (1841-45)  
      • 11. JAMES K. POLK (1845-49)  
      • 12. ZACHARY TAYLOR (1849-50)  
      • 13. MILLARD FILLMORE (1850-53)  
      • 14. FRANKLIN PIERCE (1853-57)  
      • 15. JAMES BUCHANAN (1857-61)  
      16. ABRAHAM LINCOLN (1861-65)   17. ANDREW JOHNSON (1865-69)   18. ULYSSES S. GRANT (1869-77)   19. RUTHERFORD B. HAYES (1877-81)   20. JAMES GARFIELD (1881)   21. CHESTER ARTHUR (1881-85)   22. GROVER CLEVELAND (1885-89)   23. BENJAMIN HARRISON (1889-93)   24. GROVER CLEVELAND (1893-97)   25. WILLIAM MCKINLEY (1897-1901)   26. THEODORE ROOSEVELT (1901-09)   27. WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT (1909-13)   28. WOODROW WILSON (1913-21)   29. WARREN G. HARDING (1921-23)   30. CALVIN COOLIDGE (1923-29) ACTUAL 31. HERBERT HOOVER (1929-33)   32. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT (1933-45)   33. HARRY S. TRUMAN (1945-53)   34. DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (1953-61)   35. JOHN F. KENNEDY (1961-63)   36. LYNDON B. JOHNSON (1963-69)   37. RICHARD M. NIXON (1969-74)   38. GERALD R. FORD (1974-77)   39. JIMMY CARTER (1977-81)   40. RONALD REAGAN (1981-89)   41. GEORGE BUSH (1989-93) 42. BILL CLINTON (1993-2001)   43. GEORGE W. BUSH (2001-2008) 44. BARACK H. OBAMA (2008-) OLD MEIDUM
    • GEORGE WASHINGTON
    • JHON ADAMS
      • He was born the 30 of october in braintree (Massachussetts)
      • He was a second president of United States. He is one of the founding father of the country.
      • Adams supported the Independence of the United States, he was a diplomatic.
      • The War Causi was produced in his presidency.
      • Jhon died in 1826 the 4 of july when he was 90 years.
    • Thomas Jefferson
      • He was born the 13 of april in 1743 and he died the 4 of july in 1826
      • He was the third presidents of the Unites States.
      • He was a secretary of the State, vice-president and governor of Virginia
      • In 1792 he founded the republican party with James madison
      • He was the principal autor of the Declaration of Independence of the United States
    • James Madison
      • He was born the 16 of march in 1751 and he died the 28 of junie in 1836. He was fourth president of States United
      • He was lawyer and politic, He is considered the father of the Constitution
      • He was work with George Washington.
      • He founded the republican party with Thomas Jefferson
      • Finally he was a secretary of State when Thomas Jefferson was president.
    • James Monroe
      • He was born the 28 of april in 1758 and he died the 4 of junie in 1831. he was fifth president of Unites States.
      • Before he being president, he was a soldier, lawyer, Continental Congress delegate, senator, governor, secretary of State and secretary of defense.
    • JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
      • He was born the 11 of july in 1767 and he died the 23 of february in 1848.
      • He was diplomatic and american politician that he become the sixth president of Unites States (1825-1829)
      • He was a member of the Federalist Party, the Democratic-Republican, National Republican Party and later Anti-Masonic Party and the Whig Party.
      • He suffered a cerebral hemorrhage and two days later he died
    • ANDREW JACKSON
      • He was born in 1767 in South Carolina and he died in Tennessee in 1845.
      • He fought in de independence war of States United when he was young.
      • He was a first president that was elected by Universal suffrage (1829-1837)
    • MARTIN VAN BUREN
      • He was born in 1782 in New York and he died in 1862
      • He was a northamerican politician and he study law in 1803, he was a senator (1821) and directed the Albany Regency too.
      • He was a governor of New York and secreatry of State (1829)
      • And in 1833 he was a vice-president and later in 1837-41 he was president of United States.
    • WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON
      • William was born in Berkeley (Virginia) in 1773 and he died in 1841.
      • He was a ninth president of States United (1841)
      • He had achieved fame in the all country because he was a hero os the battle of Tippecanoe (1811)
      • He was a president when he was 68 years
      • He died because he caught a pneumonia while he was giving a conference.
    • JOHN TYLER
      • John Tyler was born in 1790 and he died in 1862 in Virginia
      • He was a tenth president of States United
      • He was born in Charles City County, Virginia. In 1825 he was a governor of Virginia
      • Tyler had 8 chlidren with his first wive. And he had 7 children with his second wive
    • JAMES K. POLK
      • He was born in mecklemburg County in 1795 and he was died in 1849
      • He was a northamerican politician and president of EEUU(1845).
      • He was in War of Mexico (1846-1848)
      • Polk had signed with Great Britain y the traety of participation of Oregon, and finally he proposed Spain the acquisition of cuba.
    • ZACHARY TAYLOR
      • He was born in 1784 and he died in 1850.
      • He is considered as OLD ROUGHT AND READY.
      • He was a twelfth president of States United
      • He was president in 1849 until 1850.
      • He was the second president taht died while he was president
    • MILLARD FILLMORE
      • Fillmore was orn in 1800 and he died in 1874
      • He was the thirteenth president
      • He was member of the Whig party and “Anti-masonico” party
    • FRANKLIN PIERCE
      • He was born in 1804 in Hillisbro and he died in 1869
      • He was a american politician and member of the democratic party, in 1853, he was elected of the republic
      • He supported Kansas and Nebraska(1854)
    • JAMES BUCHANAN
      • James Buchanan was born in 1791 in Cove Gan and he died in 1868
      • He was a fifteenth president
      • He was the only president who don’t married
      • In the elections he had the 45.28% of the votes.
    • ABRAHAM LINCOLN
      • Abraham Lincoln was born in 1809 and he died in 1865
      • He was a firste of the republic party
      • He proposed measures for abolition of slavery
      • Lincoln proposed the party of the reconciliation
      • He was killed in 1865 and it was the first assassination of the United States.
    • ANDREW JOHNSON
      • He was born in 1808 and he died in 1875
      • lincoln gave him the office of governor johnson and also the office militar governor of tennessee
      • He was vice-president in 1864 and he became president in 1865
    • ULYSSES S. GRANT
      • He was born in 1822 and he died in 1885
      • He has international fame because he led the Union in the civil war of the United States
      • He opposed the war with Mexico
      • And he founded two cities: Miami and Orlando
      • He led in Kentucky and Tennessee and his greatest achievement was to have the Mississippi River
    • RUTHERFORD B. HAYES
      • He was born in 1822 in Delaware and he died 1893
      • He was a politician, lawyer, and militar leader
      • He died in Ohio because he suffered problems of an heart attack.
    • JAMES GARFIELD
      • He was born in 1831 and he died in 1881
      • He was twentieth president o s United States
      • He was killed when he was of president six months and fifteen days
    • CHESTER ARTHUR
      • Chester Alan Arthur was born in 1829 in Fairfield (Vermont) and he died in 1886 in New York
      • He was member of republican party and he work of lawyer.
      • He was killed by Charles Guiteau.
    • GROVER CLEVELAND
      • He was born in 1837 and he died in 1908
      • He was a only elect democrat in a situation where de republican party dominated in the government (1860-1912).
      • When he left the presidency he moved to Princeton (New Jersey) where during a time he worked in the University, he was opposed to the policies
    • BENJAMIN HARRISON
      • Benjamin was born in 1833 and he died in 1901.
      • He was twenty-third president of the States United
      • He was senator in Indiana.
    • WILLIAM MCKINLEY
      • William McKinley was born un
      • 1843 and he died in 1901
      • He was a important member of
      • the republican party.
      • In his presidency promoved the
      • pluralism in the ethnic groups
      • 6 of september in 1901 he was
      • shot by the anarchist Leon
      • Czolgosz. He died 8 days after
    • THEODORE ROOSEVELT
      • Theodore Roosevelt was born in 1858 in New York and he died in 1919 in Oyster Bay
      • He resigned of president for join to the voluntary in the army
      • He caught a small regiment the “ Rought Riders” and their actions served for the Medal of Honor altgought the government didn’t give the medal
    • WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
      • He was born in Cincinnati (Ohio) in 1857 and he died in 1930
      • He was a twenty-seventh prsident os States United(1909-1913) that he led the negotiations that it’s ended the Russian-Japanese War in 1905
      • he was a candidate in the republican party
      • In 1921, the president Warren G. Harding appointed him the presiden of the Supreme Court of the United States
    • WOODROW WILSON
      • Woodrow was born in 1856 in Washington D.C and he died in 1924.
      • He was a twenty-eighth persident os the States Unites and his exterior politic was in Iberoamerica.
      • In 1918 he exposed his 18 celebrety points
      • He participated in the Conference of the Paris and he received the Novel Prize.
    • WARREN G. HARDING
      • He was born in 1865 and he died in 1923
      • He was a senator in Ohio
      • And he got the nomination as presidencial candidate by the Republican Party
    • CALVIN COOLIDGE
      • John was born in 1833 and he was a thirtieth president os the Unites States
      • He was a lawyer, official, governor of Massachussetts and vice-president during the presidency of Warren G. Harding
    • HERBERT HOOVER
      • Herbert Clark Hoover was born in Iowa (USA) in 1874. - New York, 1964
      • Educated at Stanford University, worked as a mining engineer in Australia and China.
      •   Characterized as a liberal convinced of the virtues of individualism and competitive capitalism, Republicans kept him as secretary of commerce under Presidents Harding and Coolidge (1921-28),
    • FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
      • Franklin was born in New York in 1882 and he died in Warm Springs (Nevada) in 1945
      • It’s 32nd president of the USA
      • He studied at Harvard. He was a lawyer, but abandoned the profession too young to engage in politics. 
      • It was the only American president to rule for four consecutive terms (1933-45), but death prevented him from completing the last.
      •   Roosevelt died of cancer in the middle of negotiations, succeeded by his Vice President Truman.
    • HARRY S. TRUMAN
      • It’s 33rd president of the United States of America
      • He was born in Missouri in 1884 and he died in Kansas in 1972 
      • The southern farmer was slowly ascending in local politics through elective office, always linked to the Democratic Party, until 1935 came to represent his state as senator. 
      • During the Second World War became famous as chairman of the parliamentary committee overseeing the war economy
    • DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER
      • He was born in Denison (Texas) in 1890 and he died in Washington DC 1969. 
      • He received a religious education and discipline. 
      • in 1915 he was assigned to positions and offices organization that kept him away from the battlefields of the First World War. In the thirties he served as assistant to General MacArthur in the Philippines.
    • JOHN F. KENNEDY
      • He was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, on 29 May.
      • 1946-52 he is elected to the Boston Democratic Party in the House of Representatives. It keeps his seat in the elections of 1948 and 1950
      • Fail the attempted invasion of Cuba at the Bay of Pigs. Create the Alliance for Progress, aimed at promoting democracy and economic development of all countries in the Americas
      • Signed the Moscow Treaty limiting nuclear testing. Is assassinated in Dallas on November 22.
    • LYNDON B. JOHNSON
      • Lyndon Baines Johnson was born in Texas (USA), in 1908.
      • He became the 36th president of the USA in 1963. He was democrat.
      • During his presidency, he abolished the latest racial discrimination in the USA and he involved his country in the Vietnam War. He died in Texas, in 1973.
    •   RICHARD M. NIXON
      • He was born in Yorba Linda, California, 1913 and he died in New York, 1994. 
      • He was a Excellent student in 1934 graduated from Whittier School of Law where he graduated in 1937.
      • His career began in 1946 when he was elected to the House of Representatives as a representative of Whittier.
      • In February 1968, Richard Nixon became president.
    • GERALD R. FORD
      • He was born in Omaha in 1913. 
      • Head of the Republican minority in the House of Representatives, President Richard Nixon appointed him vice president in 1973, when he resigned under pressure from the Watergate scandal, was sworn in as president (1974). 
      • A policy of his first acts was to pardon Nixon. Continuing the policy of detente with the Soviet Union of his predecessor, signed the Helsinki Agreement, which ratified the European borders after the Second World War and supported the protection of human rights.
    • JIMMY CARTER 
      • He was born in Plains, Georgia in 1924. He went on to professional politics in the ranks of the Democratic Party, which led to him being a senator in 1962-1966. 
      • During his term, Carter took a sharp turn to the United States foreign policy: the defense of democracy and international human rights contributed to the downfall of the dictator Somoza in Nicaragua, claimed first rights to the Palestinian people Israeli authorities and got Egypt and Israel signed a lasting peace
      • The 1980 elections gave a resounding victory for the Republican candidate
    • RONALD REAGAN
      • He was born in Kilton, Illinois in 1911 and he died in Los Angeles in 2004).
      • Reagan was elected governor of California in 1966
      • During his presidency promoted a conservative revolution program which fits well with the reactionary winds that encouraged the government of Margaret Thatcher in the United Kingdom and the pontificate of John Paul II in the Catholic Church. 
      • Funded and armed counterrevolutionary groups in Central America to force the fall of the Sandinista regime in Nicaragua.
      • Despite the economic difficulties of the end of his second term, Reagan remained popular enough to be eligible for a third party. 
      •  
    • GEORGE BUSH
      •   George Bush studied economics at Yale University. He fought in the Second World War as a naval pilot.  
      • He was a Director of the CIA in 1976
      • During that period had to face the changing international relations linked to the disappearance of the USSR, the end of the Cold War, the reunification of Germany and the disintegration of Yugoslavia.
      • George Bush launched the peace process between Israel and its Arab neighbors. But the evolution of the internal situation made him lose the 1992 election against the Democratic nominee, BillClinton
    • BILL CLINTON
      • He entered active politics since 1972 by the Democratic Party. After acquiring popularity in his home state as attorney general, was elected governor in 1978, lost the 1980 election but returned to win the 1982, 1984 and 1986.
      • Clinton took a conservative turn in its policy, with measures such as cuts in welfare benefits or tightening of the embargo against Cuba (1996). 
      • He managed to regain lost popularity, beating a number of personal accusations that he fired from his first presidential campaign.
    •   GEORGE W. BUSH
      • George Walker Bush, (New Haven, Connecticut, 1946) Although born in Connecticut.
      • In March 1999, George Bush gave the final step toward the presidency and announced his candidacy for the Republican Party. 
      • The suicide bombings of September 11, 2001, attributed to the terrorist organization Al Qaeda led by Osama bin Laden, George Bush placed in front of the first major international crisis of the century, opting for a militaristic policy whose primary objective was to Afghanistan.
    • AND FINALLY...
    • BARACK H. OBAMA
      • Honolulu, Hawaii, 1961 Lawyer and politician. Obama will go down the annals of American politics as the first black president.
      • His first political success came in 1996. Obama was elected to the state house for the Democratic Party, representing the Hyde Park district, where he was known for his strong liberal convictions.
      • After winning on the Democratic side, Obama got the job of a congressman, becoming the fifth African-American who came to the U.S.
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