George Washington created history when he became the first President of the United States after the nation’s independence from British colonial. One of the Founding Fathers of the United States he was much admired for his strong leadership qualities. Thomas Jefferson, principal author of the Declaration of Independence, is consistently ranked as one of the most successful U.S. Presidents by historians. Abraham Lincoln, another highly ranked U.S. President, led the nation through its Civil War, abolished slavery, modernized the economy and strengthened the federal government. Theodore Roosevelt, who came to presidency at age 42, following the assassination of President McKinley in September 1901 became the youngest U.S. President in history. A highly respected leader of the nation, he was also the recipient of the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize. Warren Harding, one of the most popular presidents in history at the time of his death, later came to be rated among the worst in the historical rankings of the U.S. presidents. Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, and George H. W. Bush are among the 20th century American Presidents. Barack Obama, who became the president in 2009 is the first African American to hold the office. This section provides you information about the life and works of American presidents.
Donald TrumpDonald Trump
14 June 1946
45th U.S. President
Barack ObamaBarack Obama
04 August 1961
44th U.S. President

Abraham LincolnAbraham Lincoln
12 February 1809
American President.

Ronald ReaganRonald Reagan
06 February 1911
40th U.S. President

George WashingtonGeorge Washington
22 February 1732
First U.S. President

Richard NixonRichard Nixon
09 January 1913
37th President of the United States
Bill ClintonBill Clinton
19 August 1946

George W. BushGeorge W. Bush
06 July 1946
43rd U.S. President

George H. W. BushGeorge H. W. Bush
12 June 1924
41st U.S. President

Dwight D. EisenhowerDwight D. Eisenhower
14 October 1890
34th U.S. President
Lyndon B. JohnsonLyndon B. Johnson
27 August 1908
President of the U.S.A

Gerald FordGerald Ford
14 July 1913
President of the USA
Ulysses S. GrantUlysses S. Grant
27 April 1822
President of the U.S.A

Harry S. TrumanHarry S. Truman
08 May 1884
33rd President of the United States

John AdamsJohn Adams
30 October 1735
2nd U.S. President
Andrew JacksonAndrew Jackson
15 March 1767
7th President of the United States

Woodrow WilsonWoodrow Wilson
28 December 1856
Father of the League of Nations
Andrew Johnson - 17 President of the United States of America From April 15, 1865 to March 4, 1869Andrew Johnson
29 December 1808

Herbert HooverHerbert Hoover
10 August 1874
31st U.S. President

Grover ClevelandGrover Cleveland
18 March 1837
President of the U.S.A
William McKinleyWilliam McKinley
29 January 1843
President of the U.S.A

Warren G. HardingWarren G. Harding
02 November 1865
President of the U.S
Calvin CoolidgeCalvin Coolidge
04 July 1872
President of the U.S.A

William Howard TaftWilliam Howard Taft
15 September 1857
President of the U.S.A

James MadisonJames Madison
16 March 1751
4th President of the United States

James A. GarfieldJames A. Garfield
19 November 1831
President of the U.S.A
Zachary TaylorZachary Taylor
24 November 1784
Military Leader and the 12th President of United
Chester A. ArthurChester A. Arthur
05 October 1829
21st President of the USA

James MonroeJames Monroe
28 April 1758
Fifth President of the USA

Benjamin HarrisonBenjamin Harrison
20 August 1833
23rd President of the United States

Franklin PierceFranklin Pierce
23 November 1804
Millard FillmoreMillard Fillmore
07 January 1800
President of the U.S.A

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Rutherford B. HayesRutherford B. Hayes
04 October 1822
President of the U.S.A

Éamon de ValeraÉamon de Valera
14 October 1882
Former President of Ireland

F D RooseveltF D Roosevelt
30 January 1882
32nd President of the United States

Frank RobinsonFrank Robinson
31 August 1935
Honorary President of the American League
Bryan ColangeloBryan Colangelo
01 June 1965
Basketball player

Cyrus VanceCyrus Vance
27 March 1917
Former United States Secretary of State
Victoriano HuertaVictoriano Huerta
22 March 1850

Nido QubeinNido Qubein
1948 AD
President of High Point University

Eduard ShevardnadzeEduard Shevardnadze
25 January 1928
Former President of Georgia
John Fitzgerald KennedyJohn Fitzgerald Kennedy
29 May 1917
Politician, Military Officer, Author

George BushGeorge Bush
06 July 1946
43rd U.S. President
Frank PerdueFrank Perdue
09 May 1920
Business Leader

Kweisi MfumeKweisi Mfume
24 October 1948
American Politician

James GarfieldJames Garfield
19 November 1831

Gerald R. FordGerald R. Ford
14 July 1913
38th U.S. President

Albert ShankerAlbert Shanker
14 September 1928
Trade unionist
Candy LightnerCandy Lightner
30 May 1946
President of Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Richard Milhous NixonRichard Milhous Nixon
09 January 1913

Frederick Douglass PattersonFrederick Douglass Patterson
10 October 1901

Albion W. SmallAlbion W. Small
11 May 1854
10th President of Colby College
David Pierpont GardnerDavid Pierpont Gardner
24 March 1933