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US Presidential Timeline

If you're not familiar with all the past presidents of the United States, check out this Presidential Timeline!
Presidential Timeline

You may know the difference between George "Dubya" and George Senior but how well do you know the other presidents? Get the 411 you need.

  • 1789-1797 - George Washington - The only president who was unanimously elected.
  • 1797-1801 - John Adams
  • 1801-1809 - Thomas Jefferson
  • 1809-1817 - James Madison
  • 1817-1825 - James Monroe - The White House was painted white the year Monroe became president.
  • 1825-1829 - John Quincy Adams
  • 1829-1837 - Andrew Jackson - His picture is on the $20 bill.
  • 1837-1841 - Martin van Buren
  • 1841-1841 - William Henry Harrison - Harrison was only President for a month.
  • 1841-1845 - John Tyler
  • 1845-1849 - James K. Polk
  • 1849-1850 - Zachary Taylor
  • 1850-1853 - Millard Fillmore
  • 1853-1857 - Franklin Pierce
  • 1857-1861 - James Buchanan
  • 1861-1865 - Abraham Lincoln - Lincoln abolished slavery.
  • 1865-1869 - Andrew Johnson
  • 1869-1877 - Ulysses S. Grant
  • 1877-1881 - Rutherford B. Hayes - Hayes' wife Lucy was the first presidential wife to be called "First Lady"
  • 1881-1881 - James A. Garfield
  • 1881-1885 - Chester A. Arthur
  • 1885-1889 - Grover Cleveland
  • 1889-1893 - Benjamin Harrison
  • 1893-1897 - Grover Cleveland - He was the first president to have a child born in the White House. The Baby Ruth candy bar was named after her.

Click here for the Presidents of the 1900s.

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