John Tyler (March 29, 1790 -January 18, 1862) was the tenth (1841-1845) President of the United States. He was the first president born after the adoption of the U.S. Constitution and the first to assume the office of President following the death of his predecessor. He also represented Virginia in …
The most consequential thing he hid was to veto a bill to
reestablish the Bank of the United States. His Whig party had
worked hard to push the bill through Congress. After the veto all
but one of his cabinet resigned and he was expelled from the Whig
party. Needless to say they did not nominate him…
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.
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He loved the union, tried to avoid the civil war and tried to end
it once it began. However, he was loyal to his state and its
traditions and not adverse to slavery.
The term "accidental president" has been applied to several presidents. Although Gerald Ford was referred to as the "accidental president" (he was the only man in history to serve as president and vice president without being elected to either post) as well as John Tyler (he was the first to ascend …
John Adams only served one term as President. He was the 2nd President of the US, and was in office from March 4, 1797 to March 4, 1801. (see related question)
Confederate General John Tyler Morgan was born June 20, 1824 and died June 11, 1907.
He married Letita Christian in 1813 but she died a year after she became first lady.In 1844 he married Julia Gardiner.
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 President of the United States.
President Tyler finished the term withou…
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Vice Presidents are not an integral part of government decisions.
Their purpose reaches more towards public appearances and speeches
that the President is unable to attend.
His Accidency, The President Without a Party, and Traitor Tyler were all given to John Tyler while he was president. His Accidency because he became president by "accident". The President without a Party because his party, the Whigs, disowned him midway through his first year in office. He turned ac…
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William Henry Harrison died a month into his presidency, and so the vice president at the time, John Tyler, was sworn into office. This was the first time this had happened in US history, so he set the precedent. This is what we call John Tyler's precedent--having the vice president become the presi…
Yes, he is the tenth.
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He was never the President. He was Canada's first Prime Minister. Anyways, he was the one that had the idea to form the Dominion of Canada through confederation, otherwise, we would not be an independent country, and we would be under British Rule.
John Tyler served as the 10th US president. He was Vice President under Harrison for about a month. When Harrison died of a cold, Tyler took his place. Some highlights of his years in office,: vetoed a bill to re-establish the Bank of the US(1841)signed the Webster-Ashburton Treaty (1842) signed the…
John Tyler was home schooled until he was 12 and then enrolled at the College of William and Mary which offered college prep classes as well as college courses in those days. He graduated when he was 17.
Yes, John Tyler had two brothers and five sisters.
His father was governor of Virginia, so he probably heard a lot of political talk while growing up. He passed the bar exam when he was 19 and was elected to the Virginia state house when he was 21. 21.
Tyler Durden made soap from human body fat and lye, (Paper St Soap Company) and sold it to department stores at $20 a bar. He worked as a movie projectionist (where he would insert subliminal pornography), and as a waiter at the Pressman Hotel. He had other jobs, but they weren't shown in the movie.
John Tyler wasnot elected president. He filled in for president Harrison after his death caused by pneumonia.
72 years old
John Tyler died on January 18, 1862 in Richmond as a delegate to the Confederate Congress at the age of 71. he is buried in Richmond, near James Monroe.
John Tyler was born on March 29, 1790 in Charles City County, Virginia.
As of 2014 John Stamos has an estimated net worth of 40 million
dollars. He has an annual salary of 2 million per year.
John Tyler Jr. didn't have a middle name according to his biography.
John Tyler is known as one of the worst presidents in US history.
When John Tyler took office he opposed everything that his party
yes. john tyler had 15 kids
Vice-president John Tyler became president due to the death of President William Henry Harrison, who was only president for 4 weeks.
John Tyler served from April 4 ,1841 to March 4, 1845 as the 10th President of the United States. He served for less than one full term.
William Henry Harrison. Tyler was the first vice-president to inherit the office.
Tyler lived on a plantation home near the James River in Virginia.
Sarah Polk. Her husband (James K. Polk) was small of stature and went unnoticed when he entered a room. Her idea was to have this tune played upon his entrance in order to bring attention to him.
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US presidents do not make laws-only the Congress can do that. Tyler was most famous for blocking a law that would have set up another bank of the US.
John TylerÕs hobbies include ballroom dancing, playing violin to
entertain his friends and bird hunting. He also participated in big
social events such as fox hunting.
It was Blue, or red.
Jonh tyler died in Rich mond Virginia on January 18, 1862.
John Tyler (10th president of the United States) was born on March
29, 1790. Tyler came from a large family. He had five sisters and
when mrs.tyler died
John Tyler died on January 18, 1862 at the Exchange Hotel l in
Richmond, Virginia. He was there to attend the
Confederate Congress to which he was an elected representative.
No. John Tyler completed the one term of William Henry Harrison who died in office.
John Tyler was his full name. He was John Tyler, Jr. while his father was living.
He did everything that he could do, but then again he made bad choices.
Mother: Mary Margot Armistead (1761-1797) died of a stroke when John was 7. Father: John Tyler Sr ( February 28,1747 -January 6,1813)
John Tyler had five sisters and two brothers :(in order of birth)
Anne Contesse Tyler Semple (1778- June 12,1803)
Elizabeth Armistead Tyler Pryor (1780- 1824)
Martha Jefferson Tyler Waggaman (1782-1855)
Maria Henry Tyler Seawell (1784-1843)
Wat Henry Tyler (1788- Jul, 1862)
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John Tyler was the Vice President under President William Henry Harrison from March 4, 1841 to April 4, 1841.
1. Tyler had the most children out of any president (15) 2. Tyler was an excellent violinist 3. He loved to dance and had a ballroom in his house 4. He was the first president whose wife died in office but he soon found a young wife. She was 24 and he was 54. 5 His hobby was fox hunting 6. His …
he was the president.
He had no vice president. But he was the vice president of William Henry Harrison.
After he graduated from college he studied law with his father and passed the bar exam when he was 19.
When John Tyler was 12 years old he attended the preparatory branch
of the College of William and Mary. He graduated in 1807 and passed
the bar just 2 years later.
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he was president for 5 years.
yes he has a total amount of 15 kids
John Tyler's favorite food is dessert pudding. John Tyler had the
most number of children. Pudding-in-piecrust is one of the famous
dishes that was present on the table.
One problem that John Tyler faced when assuming the Presidency was
that his cabinet resigned. Another problem was that he was removed
from the Whig Party.
President John Tyler did not write any books. However, his many
speeches, personal and executive papers have been collected into
He is on a one-dolar coin, issued as part of the presidential
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.
John Tylerâ??s strong support for statesâ?? rights alienated him
from both the Democrats and the Whigs in Washington, D.C. Tyler was
also a strict constructionist and vetoed several of the Whigsâ??
bills for being unconstitutional even though he was a Whig himself.
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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.
The president can not make laws. Tyler's most famous action was to veto a bill to create a new national bank.
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.
Before John Tyler was President he was well-known for being a
captain in the War of 1812, serving in the Virginia House of
Delegates, as well as being the Governor of Virginia from 1825
through 1827. He served as a United States Senator for the next
They both served as governor of Virginia .
Governor of Virginia - 1808-11 and 1825-27 respectively.
After he vetoed the banking bill, most of his cabinet resigned and
he was expelled from his party. That made it hard for him to govern
and he had no chance for a second term.
April 4, 1841 was the date that Harrison died and Tyler became president.
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.
He served just one month short of four years.
John Tyler had two wives. The first was Letitia Christian (b. Nov 12,1790 in New Kent county, VA ) ; d. Sep 18,1842 in the White House from multiple strokes) They were married on Tyler 23rd birthday, March 29, 1813 at the bride's home. His second wife was Julia Gardiner (b. May 4, 1820 on Gardiner…
Annexation of texas, signing the treaty of wanghim and many more.
Number 10 -- John Tyler was the 10th US President.
Julia Gardiner Tyler
He was very thin and suffered from colds and indigestion but was 6
feet tall. I would think 135 would be a good guess.
Political Party: Whig
Tyler never ran for President. He was the running mate of William Henry Harrison and so was elected vice-president when Harrison was elected President. Tyler became President because Harrison died in office.William Henry Harrison, the 9th President of the United States, was John Tyler's only running…
He served as chancellor at the College of William and Mary for
awhile after he retired.
The Preemption act - settled squatters' rights on
the Webster-Ashburton treaty - with Britain-
settled the border between Canada and the US and a few other
General Economic and Democratic expansion.
One major strength of John Tyler is that he was very non biased in
his political decisions. He also was very reliable when it came to
time and he was never tardy.
I am pretty sure that President John Tyler annexed Texas to US.
"His Accidency," Derisive nickname by his opponents (as opposed to "His Excellency", for example), who suggested he could not have achieved the presidency through his own merit, only by accident (succeeding from the Vice Presidency on the death of William Henry…
No he did not. He was the vice president . After he became president, the postion of vice-president remained empty until the next presidential election.
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He was in office April 4, 1841 - March 4, 1845 - one month short of