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Cov-Doug Presidents

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The First U.S. President George Washington
Wrote the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
President who gave the Emancipation Proclamation, assassinated in a theater Abraham Lincoln
President assassinated in Dallas, Texas, in a parade John F. Kennedy
Son of the Second U.S. President who became a U.S. President himself John Quincy Adams
Succeeded Lincoln, one of the first presidents to be impeached Andrew Johnson
Oldest U.S. President elected to office Ronald Reagan
Largest U.S. President elected to office William Howard Taft
President who was in office for the longest period of time Franklin D. Roosevelt
First President to resign from office Richard Nixon
Succeeded Kennedy Lyndon B. Johnson
Played a big part in writing the Constitution, the Fourth President James Madison
Only President elected to two nonconsecutive terms Grover Cleveland
Youngest Person to become President Theodore Roosevelt
Youngest Person to be elected President John F. Kennedy
Current U.S. President Barack Obama
Latest President to be impeached Bill Clinton
Second Son of a U.S. President to be elected to office George W. Bush
Who served the shortest time in office William Henry Harrison
U.S. Presidents who died on the Fourth of July John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe
President who received the greatest number of electoral votes Ronald Reagan
Succeeded Richard Nixon Gerald Ford
Second U.S. President John Adams
President in term during most of the civil war Abraham Lincoln
In term most of World War II Franklin D. Roosevelt
Created by: Coltan 66 on 2009-09-24



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