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US Presidents

Under the US Constitution, the President is the head of state and head of government of the whole country. They hold the highest political office by both influence and recognition, and are also the commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces. America has seen over forty presidents since the day of its independence - do you know them all?
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NumberNamePortraitTerm YearsDate Took OfficeDate Left OfficePartyPrevious OfficeVice President(s)BirthdateDate of death
1George Washington1789-1797April 30, 1789March 4, 1797IndependentCommander-in-Chief of the Continental ArmyJohn AdamsFebruary 22, 1732December 14, 1799
2John Adams1797-1801March 4, 1797March 4, 1801FederalistVice PresidentThomas JeffersonOctober 30, 1735July 4, 1826
3Thomas Jefferson1801-1809March 4, 1801March 4, 1809Democratic-RepublicanVice PresidentAaron Burr, George ClintonApril 13, 1743July 4, 1826
4James Madison1809-1817March 4, 1809March 4, 1817Democratic-RepublicanSecretary of StateGeorge Clinton, Elbridge GerryMarch 16, 1751June 28, 1836
5James Monroe1817-1825March 4, 1817March 4, 1825Democratic-RepublicanSecretary of StateDaniel TompkinsApril 28, 1758July 4, 1831
6John Quincy Adams1825-1829March 4, 1825March 4, 1829Democratic-RepublicanSecretary of StateJohn C. CalhounJuly 11, 1767February 23, 1848
7Andrew Jackson1829-1837March 4, 1829March 4, 1837DemocraticUS Senator from TennesseeJohn C. Calhoun, Martin Van BurenMarch 15, 1767June 8, 1845
8Martin Van Buren1837-1841March 4, 1837March 4, 1841DemocraticVice PresidentRichard Mentor JohnsonDecember 5, 1782July 24, 1862
9William Henry Harrison1841March 4, 1841April 4, 1841WhigMinister to ColombiaJohn TylerFebruary 9, 1773April 4, 1841
10John Tyler1841-1845April 4, 1841March 4, 1845WhigVice PresidentMarch 29, 1790January 18, 1862
11James K. Polk1845-1849March 4, 1845March 4, 1849DemocraticGovernor of TennesseeGeorge M. DallasNovember 2, 1795June 15, 1849
12Zachary Taylor1849-1850March 4, 1849July 9, 1850WhigUS Army Major GeneralMillard FillmoreNovember 24, 1784July 9, 1850
13Millard Fillmore1850-1853July 9, 1850March 4, 1853WhigVice PresidentJanuary 7, 1800March 8, 1874
14Franklin Pierce1853-1857March 4, 1853March 4, 1857DemocraticUS Army Brigadier GeneralWilliam R. KingNovember 23, 1804October 8, 1869
15James Buchanan1857-1861March 4, 1857March 4, 1861DemocraticMinister to the United KingdomJohn C. BreckinridgeApril 23, 1791June 1, 1868
16Abraham Lincoln1861-1865March 4, 1861April 15, 1865RepublicanUS Representative from IllinoisHannibal Hamlin, Andrew JohnsonFebruary 12, 1809April 15, 1865
17Andrew Johnson 1865-1869April 15, 1865March 4, 1869DemocraticVice PresidentDecember 29, 1808July 31, 1875
18Ulysses S. Grant1869-1877March 4, 1869March 4, 1877RepublicanCommanding General of the US ArmySchuyler Colfax, Henry WilsonApril 27, 1822July 23, 1885
19Rutherford B. Hayes1877-1881March 4, 1877March 4, 1881RepublicanGovernor of OhioWilliam WheelerOctober 4, 1822January 17, 1893
20James A. Garfield1881March 4, 1881September 19, 1881RepublicanUS Representative from OhioChester A. ArthurNovember 19, 1831September 19, 1881
21Chester Arthur1881-1885September 19, 1881March 4, 1885RepublicanVice PresidentOctober 5, 1829November 18, 1886
22Grover Cleveland1885-1889March 4, 1885March 4, 1889DemocraticGovernor of New YorkThomas A. Hendricks, Adlai StevensonMarch 18, 1837June 24, 1908
23Benjamin Harrison1889-1893March 4, 1889March 4, 1893RepublicanUS Senator from IndianaLevi P. MortonAugust 20, 1833March 13, 1901
24Grover Cleveland1893-1897March 4, 1893March 4, 1897DemocraticPresidentThomas A. Hendricks, Adlai StevensonMarch 18, 1837June 24, 1908
25William McKinley1897-1901March 4, 1897September 14, 1901RepublicanGovernor of OhioGarret Hobart, Theodore RooseveltJanuary 29, 1843September 14, 1901
26Theodore Roosevelt1901-1909September 14, 1901March 4, 1909RepublicanVice PresidentCharles W. FairbanksOctober 27, 1858January 6, 1919
27William Howard Taft1909-1913March 4, 1909March 4, 1913RepublicanSecretary of WarJames S. ShermanSeptember 15, 1857March 8, 1930
28Woodrow Wilson1913-1921March 4, 1913March 4, 1921DemocraticGovernor of New JerseyThomas R. MarshallDecember 28, 1856February 3, 1924
29Warren G. Harding1921-1923March 4, 1921August 2, 1923RepublicanUS Senator from OhioCalvin CoolidgeNovember 2, 1865August 2, 1923
30Calvin Coolidge1923-1929August 2, 1923March 4, 1929RepublicanVice PresidentCharles G. DawesJuly 4, 1872January 5, 1933
31Herbert Hoover1929-1933March 4, 1929March 4, 1933RepublicanSecretary of CommerceCharles CurtisAugust 10, 1874October 20, 1964
32Franklin D. Roosevelt1933-1945March 4, 1933April 12, 1945DemocraticGovernor of New YorkJohn Nance Garner, Henry A. Wallace, Harry S. TrumanJanuary 30, 1882April 12, 1945
33Harry S. Truman1945-1953April 12, 1945January 20, 1953DemocraticVice PresidentAlben W. BarkleyMay 8, 1884December 26, 1972
34Dwight D. Eisenhower1953-1961January 20, 1953January 20, 1961RepublicanSupreme Allied Commander EuropeRichard NixonOctober 14, 1890March 28, 1969
35John F. Kennedy1961-1963January 20, 1961November 22, 1963DemocraticUS Senator from MassachusettsLyndon B. JohnsonMay 29, 1917November 22, 1963
36Lyndon B. Johnson1963-1969November 22, 1963January 20, 1969DemocraticVice PresidentHubert HumphreyAugust 27, 1908January 22, 1973
37Richard Nixon1969-1974January 20, 1969August 9, 1974RepublicanVice PresidentSpiro Agnew, Gerald FordJanuary 9, 1913April 22, 1994
38Gerald Ford1974-1977August 9, 1974January 20, 1977RepublicanVice PresidentNelson RockefellerJuly 14, 1913December 26, 2006
39Jimmy Carter1977-1981January 20, 1977January 20, 1981DemocraticGovernor of GeorgiaWalter MondaleOctober 1, 1924
40Ronald Reagan1981-1989January 20, 1981January 20, 1989RepublicanGovernor of CaliforniaGeorge BushFebruary 6, 1911June 5, 2004
41George Bush1989-1993January 20, 1989January 20, 1993RepublicanVice PresidentDan QuayleJune 12, 1924
42Bill Clinton1993-2001January 20, 1993January 20, 2001DemocraticGovernor of ArkansasAl GoreAugust 19, 1946
43George W. Bush2001-2009January 20, 2001January 20, 2009RepublicanGovernor of TexasDick CheneyJuly 6, 1946
44Barack Obama2009-2017January 20, 2009January 20, 2017DemocraticUS Senator from IllinoisJoe BidenAugust 4, 1961
45Donald Trump2017-presentJanuary 20, 2017RepublicanMike PenceJune 14, 1946