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US Presidents

The US President is the head of state and the head of the federal government of the United States of America. The president's power is checked and balanced by the two other branches of the US Government, which are Congress and the Supreme Court.
First of all, Adams was a politician, he was infuriated by  Parliament and their refusal to represent the colonies in their  meetings. Furthermore, he was an avid publicist of the Sons of  Liberty, a patriot group that fought against British occupation,  famously known for the Boston Tea Party....
Washington took no part in the Quebec Campaign. Benedict Arnold,  General Mongomery, and Daniel Morgan were the American commanders  of that ill-advised fiasco.
Lyndon B. Johnson served as the 36th President of the United  States. Johnson was a member of the Democratic Party, and was in  office from 1963 to 1969.
Washington was primarily home schooled, but for a short time he did  attend a porchial school run by the local episcopal priest. He was  scheduled to leave for England to attend boarding school there when  his father died, throwing the family into a financial crisis.
It depends on the country but yes,the chief justice would likely  make a decision based on how complicated matters get if the senate  or congress are split between impeachment of the current president.
The monument represents more than just four great presidents,  McGee-Ballinger said. It's a theme of the nation's history and  unity. Washington represents the nation's founding. Jefferson, who  completed the Louisiana Purchase, represents expansion. Lincoln  symbolizes preservation. And...
Rick Perry is much shorter and stands accused of  being a felon. As a governor, he wields little power as compared to  the Presidency of the United States of America.
The construction of Mt. Rushmore took 14 years.
Cause hes a good and trustable  man.
He had 100 orgasms a day so he had to stay in his manhut.
Gerald Ford died December 26,2006 at 6:45 pm at  Rancho Mirage, California from cerebrovascular disease.
The Democrats nominated Horatio Seymour and the Republicans  nominated Ulysses S. Grant.
nope, he did not have any kids, even with his second wife, still no  kids
His biggest mistake was either promising not to raising taxes (if you're a Democrat) or breaking the promise (if you're a Republican)
It is possible to enter the White House but it requires specialpermit IDs. Contact your senator or representative. Furthermore youcan be sure that not all the rooms are open for people to visit.
A past president can run as a Vice President even if he already  served two terms as president. The 22nd Amendment says a person can  only be elected president twice.
The document to which you are referring would be the Monroe  Doctrine, issued during Monroe's presidency (1823).
Some of the president's were in war. But some were in the reserves.Washington, Monroe, jackson, harrison, tyler, polk, Taylor,filmore, pierece, buchanan, lincoln, johnson, grant r.b.hayes,garfield, arthur, b. Harrison, mckinley, Roosevelt, truman,Eisenhower, jfk, Johnson, nixon, ford, carter, reagon...
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James Garfield and William Henry Harrison
Not yet. Why has there been such a long period of time between the publications of Volume 2 and Volume 3?
There are some who would argue that John Hanson was the first  president of the United States. He was elected as president of the  Continental Congress in 1781 and served for one term.
•George lost some siblings due to feeding them with dirty water because they didn't know about bacteria back then •they had fun with numerous of toys!• George was around when they had the first school and if you couldn't go for some reasons, your parents would teach you things at home instead...
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Alan Pinkerton headed the Union intelligence service.
The purpose of the memorial is to  communicate the Money that was coming in, expansion, preservation,  and unification of the United States with colossal statues of  Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt.    Copy rights    Aaron Mike 
This depends on the country or organization. See related questions or re-ask your question. US: Franklin Delano Roosevelt Franklin D. Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States serving from to 1945 April 12 when he died of a brain tumor. Roosevelt was re-elected in 1936. He was the...
According to his 2004 tax returns, Barack Obama made $80,287 as a  member of the Illinois state Senate. In addition, he made $32,144  as a lecturer (some sources called him an adjunct professor) at the  University of Chicago Law School. When he became a US senator, his  salary was $162,100. In...
A United States president does not have to be a lawyer in order to  be elected.    To be a United States of America president you must meet this  requirements:    Be at least 35 years old  Be a natural born U.S. citizen.  Have lived in the U.S. for at least 14 years  
The Sons of Liberty was a secret organization that was guilty of  acts of treason against the British Crown. For that reason, there  were no records of the membership, but it is widely believed that  Thomas Jefferson, along with Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, and Paul  Revere were members of the...
reservationists are a group of people that followed Henry Lodge,  who opposed the Treaty of Versailles.
Just before he ran for president, he ran for Senate.
Depends on the battle. Each one was different. Gettysburg had  50,000 die in 3 days of battle.     Actually, the figures for Gettysburg were:   Killed   Union 3155 Confederate 3903   Wounded   Union 14,529   Confederate 18,735   Missing   Union 5365 Confederate 5425
He was trained in the occupation after being denied permission to  join the British Navy by his mother. Land surveyors were relatively  important at the time, as colonial settlement was pushing farther  west.
Because he thought that he would be come famous
Each president has had from none to 6 or 8. Washington had 2  stepchildren, Adams had 6 children with two who died as infants.  Lincoln had 3 boys and one died while he was in office. Teddy  Roosevelt had 6 children, but is cousin FDR had one daughter. LBJ  had a daughter who married in the...
Yes, There is one known photograph taken of Lincoln after the assassination, it was taken ten days after the assassination while Lincoln's body was lying in state in New York City Hall, during his funeral train procession.
President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, at 12:30 p.m. Central Standard Time on November 22, 1963. He was on a political trip to Texas to smooth over conflicts in the Democratic Party between liberals Ralph Yarborough, Don Yarborough, and conservative John Connally. He was shot once in...
Barack Obama's name is a family name from his Kenyan father. Barack is an Arabic word for 'blessed'Hussein means good or handsome in ArabicObama is a common surname in the Luo tribe
  James Buchanan (Democrat) was the 15th President of the US, elected in 1857 - he defeated John Fremont in the general election. By the way, Mr Buchanan was the only US president who never married.
Andrew Johnson was the 17th president of the United Statesof America. Lyndon B. Johnson was the 36th president of the UnitedStates of America.
He made the first national park. (Yellowstone)
Well in a way yes Abraham actually was 1809 to 1865 and the  victorian era was 1837-1901 but you have to be specific he was in  the time of it but was not related to a victorian
walking with the ball is called:travelling
which four amendments deal with the presidency
The person has to 35 years old, be a natural citizen of the United States, and have been in the country 14 years before running. The 14 year requirement allows for people to serve in the military or a government post overseas.
Bill Clinton's wife is Hillary Clinton. He was known to have an  affair with his intern, Monica Lewinsky.
As a kid he was a apprentice, as he grew, he joined the army, and  mostly started the french and indian war, but he grew older and  wiser, he wrote some books until the Revolutionary war, they  elected him to lead the Army, so he did and won a Victorious  Victory, then everyone loved him...
Battle at Lexington and Concord is the main reason for open armed  conflict between United Kingdom of Britain and thirteen of its  colonies on the mainland of British America.
He kindly started a conversation with them and offered them books and most of all love and support which clearly made him the best president that's how he got along with them.
romance letters and how women's rights in the country were just as important as men's and the benefits they would get from a proper education
John and Abigail wrote about a huge number of topics, John would ask Abigail's opinion on affairs of government and law and she gave thoughtful answers and sometimes volunteered her opinions. Of course they also wrote about family and home life. Most if not all of her letters have been transcribed...
Your question does not really make sense....
George Bush lives in Dallas, Texas.
The family felt that they lost their one and only father. Also,  they knew that they lost their former president.
Illinois, Hawaii,chicago. sorry, that's all I could get.
The name of his bird was Dick and is the only one mentioned by him in his diary in 1806. [I too, remember Dick being written about. Dick was famous for saying, "wanna towel, wanna bath, and more 'oap?" Dick was a Mockingbird; a constant companion, even when ambassador to France, Dick traveled with T...
No, George Washington did not kill his wife. MORE: Martha Washington survived her husband several years after his death. She watched the Masonic funeral from a second floor window of the house. She locked herself in her bedroom and she was so upset over his death.
 his family   his guitar  life  
In Vanilla City, Oregon, as he drove in an open Cadillac.
Many of the poor Irish emigrants protested the proclamation,  leading to riots when the Union instituted the draft. It gave the  Union the moral high ground so that: diplomatically, it prevented  England, France, and Spain from recognizing The Confederacy as a  sovereign nation, preventing them...
  Birth: March 18, 1837 at Caldwell, New Jersey as Stephen Grover Cleveland   Twenty second president of the United States of America.   Birth: March 18, 1837 at Caldwell, New Jersey as Stephen Grover Cleveland   Twenty second president of the United States of America.
2¢ - Scott #707 The likeness of Washington by Gilbert Stuart from a  painting made at Germantown, Pa., in 1796, known as the Atheneum  portrait, the original of which is now in the Boston Museum of Fine  Arts. (4,222,198,300 issued)   The bicentennial stamps were first placed on sale January...
He was in Philidelphia, Pennsylvania
He knocked out all the competion and invented oil transported by  pipeline.
There is a statue/memorial of him in Manhattan.