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John Tyler

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John Tyler was the 10th President of the United States. He served as president from April 4, 1841 to March 4, 1845.
  Tyler was not elected President, but succeeded to that position on the death of President WH Harrison.   Tyler was born March 29, 1790. He was elected Vice-President in Nov 1840, aged 50, and became President on April 6, 1841, age 51
John Tyler's mother died when he was only 4.
He was elected as the vice-president and became the president because the President took sick and died. He was the first president to take office without being elected to the position, and the press of the day called him "His Accidency" throughout his term of office.
Was not Elected as PresidentJohn Tyler was not elected into office. John Tyler was the Vice President under President William Henry Harrison from March 4, 1841 to April 4, 1841. President William Henry Harrison died 32 days into his term, and John Tyler Succeeded Harrison to become the The 10th...
John Tyler's strong support for states' rights alienated him fromboth the Democrats and the Whigs in Washington, D.C. Tyler was alsoa strict constructionist and vetoed several of the Whigs' bills forbeing unconstitutional even though he was a Whig himself.
  He believed on doing what he wanted and that he was always right.
-reestablished the Bank of America -annexation of Texas -Florida joins the Union
Tyler never ran for President. He ran for vice-president as the running mate of William Henry Harrison. They defeated President Martin Van Buren and VP Richard Johnson.
Yes, in a matter of fact. he was playing marbles with his son when he was told that he had became President. He ended up having 15 children, the most for a president, and the last surviving child lived until Harry Truman's administration
why did president Tyler want to annex Texas
John Tyler was never elected President on his own right. He was the first Vice-President to succeed a President who died in office, and who could not finish their term in office. John Tyler never got the chance to run for reelection since his political positions diverged greatly from both major...
John Tyler is one of the most important men in the history of America. He was the only senator to stand up for states' right to nullification, with his sole "no" vote in the senate against the force bill of 1833. Later as president, he refused to reestablish the federal bank, vetoing two bills that...
John Tyler became president because he was the vice-president when the President died. The legal basis for his becoming president was the Us Constitution. (The only question was whether he would actually become president or merely act as president amd carry out the necessary duties without...
Tyler died, possibly of a stroke, in a hotel room in Richmond,  VA,on January 18 ,1862, where he had gone to represent his district  in the Confederate Congress. He was almost 72 when he died. At  first he was sick at his stomach. Later he could not breathe.
Mary Armistead Tyler died from a stroke in 1834.
John Tyler was elected as Vice President, but became President whenWilliam Henry Harrison died of pneumonia.
nope died on his death bed
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Tyler liked to play the violin and entertain his friends with music. He enjoyed dancing and had a ballroom in his house. He liked to hunt birds and participate in fox hunts which were big social events.
One dollar. It's brass rather than gold, and is part of the current  Presidential Dollars series.
He said a lot of things. =P
he vetoed the charter for the Bank of the US
The president can not make laws. Tyler's most famous action was to veto a bill to create a new national bank.
John Tyler was born on March 29, 1790.
No his term ended on March 3 of that year
Not much is known of his childhood. His father was a well-to-do planter who served a term as governor and had a law practice. Tyler learned to play the violin and started college when he was 12. His mother died when he was seven which must have been a blow. He had four older sisters who may have...
Yes, Tyler served in both houses of congress before he was vice-president. He also served as governor of Virginia and in the Virginia state house.
A Fridge! tyler is a character in the movie and book "fight club", he loves destruction of everything good
At twelve, he entered the College of William and Mary Preparatory School.
Actually, he was. At the end of his life, he was elected to the newly formed Confederate House of Representatives.
The wedding was on his 23rd birthday.
He solicited prostitutes to boost state economy in virgina, hince the name VIRGINa because many men lost their virginity here. This made him the role model for Virginia which led to anotehr term for John Tyler. Hope This Helps!
That was the campaign slogan for William Harrison in the electionof 1840.
John Tyler was associated with the Whig party when William Henry Harrison was still in office. After the death of Harrison, Tyler succeed him, becoming president, but in the midst of his presidentacy, he change his platform party, vetoing several bills proposed by the Whigs.
He is buried in Richmond, VA, in the Hollywood Cemetery (no connection to movleland). His grave faces the river- go to the left when you enter the cemetery and look for high ground. James Monroe is buried just back of him.
John Tyler's parents were John Tyler Senior and Mary Armistead.  John Tyler was the tenth President of the United States.
John Tyler grew up at Greenway, his father's plantation on the James River in Charles City County, Virginia.
President John Tyler has at least one grandchild living today. He is Harrison Ruffin Tyler and owns Sherwood Forest where President Tyler lived.
One dollar. It's part of the current Presidential Dollars series.
Did not have a military rank. Religion: Episcopalian Education: Graduated from the College of William and Mary (1807) Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Whig Other Government Positions: * Member of Virginia House of Delegates, 1811-16 * Member of U.S. House of Representatives, 1816...
After he vetoed the banking bill, most of his cabinet resigned andhe was expelled from his party. That made it hard for him to governand he had no chance for a second term.
April 4, 1841 was the date that Harrison died and Tyler became president.
No, he actively opposed legislation designed to implement Henry Clay's "American System," linking a federally sponsored network of canals, railroads, and turnpikes with a strong central bank and protective tariffs in an alliance that seemed designed to unite the North and West at the South's expense...
John Tyler, the first vice president to replace a sitting president, established a pattern that was followed for well over a century. Until the "Tyler Precedent," it was unclear precisely how the nation would replace a president who died in office.   The Vice Presidency Was Considered...
He was playing marbles when informed that he had become president upon the death of Harrison
His party was so angered by his veto of the banking bill that all but one of his cabinet resigned and he was expelled from the party.
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The 10th President of the United States John Tyler died on January 18, 1862 in Richmond, Virginia.
I think it was because it figured to become a slave state.
NO, Tyler lived for several years as an ex-president.
  From William and Mary, in 1807.
Robert Hunter from VA and John White from KY were the housespeakers when Tyler was President.
Tyler was not a world-changer. He was a politician and a farmer  from old Virginia and did what he could. 
Yes. He was known to be an honest man.
Tyler served from April 1841 until March 4, 1845.
He had family connections and was prominent in Virginia politics. He was a supporter of Henry Clay at the Whig convention and when Clay lost the nomination, Tyler was nominated for vice-president as a consolation to Clay. Tyler became President due to death of President Harrison.
John Tyler was Vice-President when William Henry Harrison died.
The annual salary for presidents was $25,000 in Tyler's day.
Tyler became president when the elected president Harrison died suddenly. Tyler was the first to become president without being elected and there were questions about what role he should assume- was he really the president or just someone signed the necessary papers? They would not let him move into...
No- he did not die. President Harrison died and Tyler took his place as president.
Yes- he served in the Virginia state house and served as US Congressman, US Senator, Governor of Virginia and Vice-president before he was president.
no he had 7 children with his second wife and 8 with his first wife
Yes- the second Robert had the middle name of Fitzwalter and went by "Fitz". The two Roberts had different mothers.
john tyler made several small mistakes while in office but not many major ones
He graduated from the College proper in 1807. He then studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1809.
He went back to his plantation home, Sherwood Forest, on the James River in Virginia.
President John Tyler served as the U.S. Senator from Virginia March4, 1827 - February 29, 1836.
John Tyler died long before the first video was made so you can't find him in a video. You might find a dramatization of an actor playing him or you may find a video that shows his home and various artifacts and drawings related to him.
Yes he was- signing the papers was just about his last official act as president.
john tyler was the 10th president of the united states and was elected 1842-1845.
$25,000 was the annual salary for the President in those days.
Tenth President of the United States John Tyler entered the preparatory branch of the College of William and Mary at the age of 12, enrolling into the collegiate program three years later. He graduated at the age of 17 in 1807.
Tyler's rather impressive tomb is at Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond , Virginia.
John Tyler (Jr.) (1st one) was the 10th President of U.S.A and John Tyler Sr was John Tyler Jr.'s Father who was the governor of Virginia.