Presidents of the United States of America

 
 President/
Term
Date of BirthBirth PlaceVocation in Early LifeVocation when ElectedCollegeYear Graduated
1

1,2

George Washington

Feb. 22, 1732

Wakefield, VA

Surveyor

Planter

None

 
2

3

John Adams

Oct. 30, 1735

Quincy, MA

Teacher

Lawyer

Harvard

1755

3

4,5

Thomas Jefferson

Apr. 13, 1743

Shadwell, VA

Lawyer

Lawyer

William & Mary

1762

4

6,7

James Madison

Mar. 16, 1751

Port Conway, VA

Lawyer

Lawyer

Princeton

1771

5

8,9

James Monroe

Apr. 28, 1758

Hd. of Monroe's Creek, VA

Lawyer

Statestman

William and Mary

1776

6

10

John Quincy Adams

July 11, 1767

Quincy, MA

Lawyer

Lawyer

Harvard

1787

7

11,12

Andrew Jackson

Mar. 15, 1767

Waxhawa Set. SC(a)

Lawyer

Lawyer

None

 
8

13

Martin Van Buren

Dec. 5, 1782

Kinderhook, NY

Lawyer

Lawyer

None

 
9

14

William Henry
Harrison

Feb. 9, 1773

Berkeley, VA

Soldier

Farmer

Hampden-Sidney

1790

10

14 (b)

John Tyler

Mar. 29, 1790

Greenway, VA

Lawyer

Lawyer

William and Mary

1807

11

15

James Knox Polk

Nov. 2, 1795

Near Pineville, NC

Lawyer

Lawyer

University of N. Carolina

1818

12

16

Zachary Taylor

Nov. 24, 1784

Near Orange C.H. VA

Soldier

Soldier

None

 
13

16 (b)

Millard Fillmore

Jan. 7, 1800

Summerhill, NY

Tailor

Lawyer

None

 
14

17

Franklin Pierce

Nov. 23, 1804

Hillsborough, NH

Lawyer

Lawyer

Bowdoin

1824

15

18

James Buchanan

Apr. 23, 1791

Cove Gap, PA

Lawyer

Lawyer

Dickinson

1809

16

19,20

Abraham Lincoln

Feb. 12, 1809

Near Hodgenville, KY

Farmer

Lawyer

None

 
17

20 (b)

Andrew Johnson

Dec. 29, 1808

Raleigh, NC

Tailor

Statesman

None

 
18

21,22

Ulysses Simpson Grant

Apr. 27, 1822

Point Pleasant, OH

Soldier

Soldier

West Point

1843

19

23

Rutherford B. Hayes

Oct. 4, 1822

Delaware, OH

Lawyer

Lawyer

Kenyon

1842

20

24

James Abram Garfield

Nov. 19, 1831

Orange, OH

Teacher

Lawyer

Williams

1856

21

24 (b)

Chester Alan Arthur

Oct. 5, 1830

Fairfield, VT

Teacher

Lawyer

Union

1848

22

25

Grover Cleveland

Mar. 18, 1837

Caldwell, NJ

Lawyer

Lawyer

None

 
23

26

Benjamin Harrison

Aug. 20, 1833

North Bend, OH

Lawyer

Lawyer

Miami University

1852

24

27

Grover Cleveland

Mar. 18, 1837

Caldwell, NJ

Teacher

Lawyer

None

 
25

28,29

William McKinley

Jan. 29, 1843

Niles, OH

Lawyer

Lawyer

Allegheny

 
26

29, (b)30

Theodore Roosevelt

Oct. 27, 1858

New York, NY

Publicist

Public Official

Harvard

1880

27

31

William Howard Taft

Sept. 15, 1857

Cincinnati, OH

Lawyer

Lawyer

Yale

1878

28

32,33

Woodrow Wilson

Dec. 28, 1856

Staunton, VA

Teacher

Statesman

Princeton

1879

29

34

Warren G. Harding

Nov. 2, 1865

Near Blooming Grove, OH

Editor

Publisher

Ohio Central

1884

30

34,(b) 35

Calvin Coolidge

Jul. 4, 1872

Plymouth, VT

Lawyer

Lawyer

Amherst

1895

31

36

Herbert Clark Hoover

Aug. 10, 1874

West Branch, IA

Engineer

Engineer

Stanford

1895

32

37, 38, 39, 40

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Jan. 30, 1882

Hyde Park, NY

Lawyer

Statesman

Harvard

1904

33

40, (b)41

Harry S. Truman

May 8, 1884

Lamar, MO

Farmer

Statesman

Kansas City

Did not graduate

34

42,43

Dwight D.
Eisenhower

Oct. 14, 1890

Denison, TX

Soldier

University President

West Point

1915

35

44

John F. Kennedy

May 29, 1917

Boston, MA

Public Official

Public Official

Harvard

1940

36

44, (b)45

Lyndon Baines Johnson

Aug. 27, 1908

Near Johnson City, TX

Teacher

Public Official

Southwest Texas State State
Teachers College

1930

37

46,47

Richard M. Nixon

Jan. 9, 1913

Yorba Linda, CA

Lawyer

Lawyer

Whittier College

1934

38

47 (b)

Gerald R. Ford

Jul. 14, 1913

Omaha, NB

Lawyer

Lawyer

University of
Michigan

1935

39

48

Jimmy Carter

Oct. 1, 1924

Archery, GA

Navy

Farmer

Annapolis

1946

40

49,50

Ronald Reagan

Feb. 6, 1911

Tampico, IL

Actor

Public Official

Eureka College

1932

41

51

George H.W. Bush

Jun. 6, 1924

Milton, MA

Entrepreneur (Oil)

Public Official

Yale

1948

42

52, 53

Bill Clinton

Aug. 19, 1946

Hope, AK

Lawyer

Public Official

Yale

1973

43

54, 55

George W. Bush

July 6, 1946

Midland, TX

Businessman

Public Official

Yale

1973

44 56, 57 Barack Obama Aug. 4, 1961 Honolulu, HI Lawyer U.S. Senator Columbia 1983
45 58 Donald J. Trump June 14, 1946 New York City, NY Real Estate Developer Real Estate Developer University of Pennsylvania 1968

(a) Authorities differ as to Jackson's birthplace and some believe his birthplace to be Union County, North Carolina.

(b) Succeeded to office of President by virtue of being Vice President.

Presidents and Vice Presidents
and the Congress Coincident with Their Terms

PresidentsPoliticsVice PresidentsServiceCongress
         
George Washington

Federalist

John Adams

Apr. 30, 1789-Mar. 4, 1797

1,2,3,4

John Adams

Federalist

Thomas Jefferson

Mar. 4, 1797-Mar. 4, 1801

5,6

(a)Thomas Jefferson

Republican

Aaron Burr

Mar. 4, 1801-Mar. 4, 1805

7,8

Thomas Jefferson

Republican

George Clinton

Mar. 4, 1805-Mar. 4, 1809

9,10

James Madison

Republican

George Clinton (Died April 20, 1812)

Mar. 4, 1809-Mar. 4, 1813

11,12

James Madison

Republican

Elbridge Gerry (Died November 23, 1814)

Mar. 4, 1813-Mar. 4, 1817

13,14

(b)James Monroe

Republican

Daniel D. Tompkins

Mar. 4, 1817-Mar. 4, 1825

15,16, 17,18

(b)John Quincy Adams

Nat'l Rep.

John C. Calhoun

Mar. 4, 1825-Mar. 4, 1829

19,20

Andrew Jackson

Democrat

John C. Calhoun (Resigned Dec. 28, 1832
to become U.S. Senator)

Mar. 4, 1829-Mar. 4, 1833

21,22

Andrew Jackson

Democrat

Martin Van Buren

Mar. 4, 1833-Mar. 4, 1837

23,24

Martin Van Buren

Democrat

Richard M. Johnson

Mar. 4, 1837-Mar. 4, 1841

25,26

(c)William HenryHarrison

Whig

John Tyler

Mar. 4, 1841-Apr. 4, 1841

27

John Tyler

Whig

 

Apr. 6, 1841-Mar. 4, 1845

27,28

James K. Polk

Democrat

George M. Dallas

Mar. 4, 1845-Mar. 4, 1849

29,30

(d)Zachary Taylor

Whig

Millard Fillmore

Mar. 4, 1849-July 9, 1850

31

Millard Filmore

Whig

 

July 9, 1850-Mar. 4, 1853

31,32

Franklin Pierce

Democrat

William R. King (Died April 18, 1853)

Mar. 4, 1853-Mar. 4, 1857

33,34

James Buchanan

Democrat

John C. Breckenridge

Mar. 4, 1857-Mar. 4, 1861

35,36

Abraham Lincoln

Republican

Hannibal Hamlin

Mar. 4, 1861-Mar. 4, 1865

37,38

(e)Abraham Lincoln

Republican

Andrew Johnson

Mar. 4, 1865-Apr. 15, 1865

39

Andrew Johnson

Democrat

 

Apr. 15, 1865-Mar. 4, 1869

39,40

Ulysses S. Grant

Republican

Schuyler Colfax

Mar. 4, 1869-Mar. 4, 1873

41,42

Ulysses S. Grant

Republican

Henry Wilson (Died November 22, 1875)

Mar. 4, 1873-Mar. 4, 1877

43,44

Rutherford B. Hayes

Republican

William A. Wheeler

Mar. 4, 1877-Mar. 4, 1881

45,46

(f)James A. Garfield

Republican

Chester A. Arthur

Mar. 4, 1881-Sept. 19, 1881

47

Chester A. Arthur

Republican

 

Sept. 20, 1881-Mar. 4, 1885

47,48

Grover Cleveland

Democrat

Thomas A. Hendricks (Died Nov. 25, 1885)

Mar. 4, 1885-Mar. 4, 1889

49,50

Benjamin Harrison

Republican

Levi P. Morton

Mar. 4, 1889-Mar. 4, 1893

51,52

Grover Cleveland

Democrat

Adlai E. Stevenson

Mar. 4, 1893-Mar. 4, 1897

53,54

William McKinley

Republican

Garret A. Hobart (Died Nov. 21, 1889)

Mar. 4, 1897-Mar. 4, 1901

55,56

(g)William McKinley

Republican

Theodore Roosevelt

Mar. 4, 1901-Sept. 14, 1901

57

Theodore Roosevelt

Republican

 

Sept. 14, 1901-Mar. 4, 1905

57,58

Theodore Roosevelt

Republican

Charles W. Fairbanks

Mar. 4, 1905-Mar. 4, 1909

59,60

William H. Taft

Republican

James S. Sherman (Died Oct. 30, 1912)

Mar. 4, 1909-Mar. 4, 1913

61,62

Woodrow Wilson

Democrat

Thomas R. Marshall

Mar. 4, 1913-Mar. 4, 1921

63,64, 65,66

(h)Warren G. Harding

Republican

Calvin Coolidge

Mar. 4, 1921-Aug. 2, 1923

67

Calvin Coolidge

Republican

 

Aug. 2, 1923-Mar. 4, 1925

68

Calvin Coolidge

Republican

Charles G. Dawes

Mar. 4, 1925-Mar. 4, 1929

69,70

Herbert Hoover

Republican

Charles Curtis

Mar. 4, 1929-Mar. 4, 1933

71,72

(i)Franklin D. Roosevelt

Democrat

John N. Garner

Mar. 4, 1933-Jan. 20, 1941

73,74, 75,76

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Democrat

Henry A. Wallace

Jan. 20, 1941-Jan. 20, 1945

77,78

(j)Franklin D. Roosevelt

Democrat

Harry S. Truman

Jan. 20, 1945-Apr. 12, 1945

79

Harry S. Truman

Democrat

 

Apr. 12, 1945-Jan. 20, 1949

79,80

Harry S. Truman

Democrat

Alben W. Barkley

Jan. 20, 1949-Jan. 20, 1953

81,82

Dwight D. Eisenhower

Republican

Richard M. Nixon

Jan. 20, 1953-Jan. 20, 1961

83,84, 85,86

(k)John F. Kennedy

Democrat

Lyndon B. Johnson

Jan. 20, 1961-Nov. 22, 1963

87,88

Lyndon B. Johnson

Democrat

 

Nov. 22, 1963-Jan. 20, 1965

88

Lyndon B. Johnson

Democrat

Hubert H. Humphrey

Jan. 20, 1965-Jan. 20, 1969

89,90

(l)Richard M. Nixon

Republican

Sprio T. Agnew

Jan. 20, 1969-Aug. 9, 1974

91,92,93

(m)Gerald R. Ford

Republican

Nelson A. Rockefeller

Aug. 9, 1974-Jan. 20, 1977

93,94

Jimmy Carter

Democrat

Walter Mondale

Jan. 20, 1977-Jan. 20, 1981

95,96

Ronald Reagan

Republican

George Bush

Jan. 20, 1981-Jan. 20, 1989

97,98,99, 100

George Bush

Republican

J. Danforth Quayle

Jan. 20, 1989-Jan. 20, 1993

101,102

Bill Clinton

Democrat

Al Gore

Jan. 20, 1993-Jan. 20, 2001

103, 104, 105, 106

George W. Bush

Republican

Richard B. Cheney

Jan. 20, 2001-Jan. 20, 2009

107, 108, 109, 110

Barack Obama Democrat Joe Biden Jan. 20, 2009-Jan. 20, 2017 111, 112, 113, 114
Donald J. Trump Republican Mike Pence Jan. 20, 2017- 114

(a) The Democratic Party of today claims lineal descent from the first Republican Party, with President Jefferson as its founder. Authorities differ as to the date when the party dropped the name Republican and assumed that of Democratic, it being ascribed to various dates between 1805 and 1820.

(b) Political parties were organized at the time of the election of John Q. Adams. He claimed to be a Republican, as Jefferson, but his doctrines were decidedly Federalist. The opposition to this administration took the name of Democratic, and elected Andrew Jackson as President in 1828.

(c) Died April 4, 1841.

(d) Died July 9, 1850.

(e) Died April 15, 1865.

(f) Died September 19, 1881.

(g) Died September 14, 1901.

(h) Died August 2, 1923.

(i) Prior to 1937, the terms of President and Vice President of the United States began and ended at noon on March 4. However, the 20th amendment to the U.S. Constitution now provides such term shall begin and end on January 20.

(j) Died April 12, 1945.

(k) Died November 22, 1963.

(l) Vice President Spiro T. Agnew resigned October 10, 1973. His successor was Gerald R. Ford, sworn in December 6, 1973. Mr. Ford was the first Vice President nominated by the President and confirmed by Congress, pursuant to the 25th amendment to the Constitution of the United States. President Nixon resigned August 9, 1974.

(m) Vice President Gerald R. Ford was sworn in as President on August 9, 1974. Mr. Rockefeller was nominated by the President and confirmed by the Congress in December 1974, pursuant to the 25th amendment to the Constitution of the United States.