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Andrew Johnson was the 17th president of the United States of America.
Lyndon B. Johnson was the 36th president of the United States of America.

When was Lyndon Johnson elected president?

Tuesday November 3. 1964. However, he was elected Vice President November 1960. He became president in November 22, 1963 when President John F Kennedy was assassinated.

What did congress nickname president Johnson?

The nickname Congress gave President Andrew Johnson was TennesseeTitan. Johnson was the vice president from March 4 until April 15,1865 and president from April 15, 1865 until March 4, 1869.

Number of terms for president Johnson?

Lyndon B. Johnson served one full term and one part of a term asPresident of the United States of America. Taking on the remainderof John F. Kennedy's term after his assassination in 1963, Johnsonwas also elected as the 36th president.

Who was Andrew Johnson vice president?

Andrew Johnson did not have a vice President. Until the passage of the 25th amendment to the US Constitution, presidents who took office when the president died served the rest of the unexpired term of the deceased president without a vice-president. Johnson assumed office upon the assassination of (MORE)

Andrew Johnson was what number of President?

Andrew Johnson, who assumed office upon Abraham Lincoln's death, was the 17th President of the United States. He served almost all of Lincoln's second term of office, from April 15, 1865 until March 4, 1869.

Who was adrew Johnsons vice president?

The 17th President of the United States was Andrew Johnson from April 15, 1865 to March 4, 1869. Andrew Johnson was Vice President in 1865, succeeded President Abraham Lincoln after the Assassination, and did not have a Vice President.

What number was President Johnson?

Andrew Johnson was the 17th U. S. President. Lyndon Johnson is considered the 36th U. S. President, even though only 34 others were President before him.

Why was Andrew Johnson Vice-President?

Andrew Johnson replaced Hannibal Hamlin on Abraham Lincoln's second election ticket because Lincoln believed there was a political advantage to be gained. Johnson was supported by the War Democrats (became the National Union Party) and broadened Lincoln's base of support. Lincoln also considered Ten (MORE)

Why did president Johnson take office?

As Vice-President, according to our Constitution, when President Kennedy was pronounced dead, Johnson automatically became president, and he was sworn in on the same aircraft that Kennedy and his staff flew to Dallas in the previous day. Whatever aircraft the President happens to be on, carries the (MORE)

Is Lyndon Johnson is a bad president?

Lyndon Johnson belongs to a small group of Presidents who found greatness in one area and failure in another, another example being Woodrow Wilson. Escalating the Vietnam war proved disastrous resulting in thousands of deaths of American soldiers and billions of dollars being wasted. However, Johnso (MORE)

What happened to Andrew Johnson when he was president?

When Andrew Johnson was president, slavery almost came about again (in fact many historians consider Johnson the most racist president in history). Things really got bad when the Congress left for summer vacation. President Johnson started passing bogus plans that the Republicans of the Congress (wh (MORE)

What did president Johnson and president Lincoln have in common?

They had little in common, other than the desire to see the South back in the Union. Johnson was a slave-owning Democrat from a quasi-Southern state. Lincoln was a Midwestern Republican who fought a war to end slavery. The adoption of the "National Union" banner by the Republicans was successful in (MORE)

Who was the president before President Johnson?

Abraham Lincoln was the US President before Andrew Johnson. John F. Kennedy was the US President before Lyndon B.Johnson. Tommy Remengesau was the Palau President before JohnsonTorbiong.

Was president Johnson killed in office?

There were two Presidents Johnson, Andrew and Lyndon. Neither was killed in office, but both became President because they were the vice-president when the president was killed in office.

Was president Johnson a dove or a hawk?

hawk The concept of Doves and Hawks didn't exist when there were MODERATE republicans. Since the parties have become so polarized and unwilling to compromise, our country has essentially gone to heck in a hand basket. . yes of course!

What did Andrew Johnson do after he was President?

Andrew Johnson unsuccessfully ran for a seat in the Senate in the 1868 election, while he was still serving out Lincoln's second term. He then ran for the House of Representatives in 1872, and was again defeated. He was finally elected to serve as Senator from the State of Tennessee in 1874, but die (MORE)

How do you describe president Andrew Johnson?

Johnson grew up in a very poor family and had almost no schooling. His wife taught him to read. By hard work he ran a successful tailor shop, studied law and became a successful politician, He was an honest man and had a great reverence for the US Constitution and the federal union.

What are facts about President Andrew Johnson?

Vice President Andrew Johnson became US President upon theassassination of President Abraham Lincoln in 1865. A summary ofimportant issues regarding Andrew Johnson are as follows: A. Johnson became the 17th US President; B. On March 29, Johnson issued the Amnesty Proclamation, pardoningall Confede (MORE)

Who were the teachers of president Andrew Johnson?

He never went school. He was apprenticed to James J. Selby who taught him tailoring. His wife gave him lessons in reading and writing. James Litchford whom he worked for and a Dr. Hill read him famous speeches before he learned to read himself.

Was Johnson president 2 times?

Andrew Johnson completed the 1865-1869 presidential term, to which Abraham Lincoln was elected, after the assassination of President Lincoln. He failed to get nominated to run for another term. Andrew Johnson was elected Vice President once, never elected President, and served as President a total o (MORE)

Who replaced Lyndon Johnson as President?

Richard Nixon. Johnson stunned the country by announcing that he would not run for a second term in 1968. The Democratic party nominated Vice President Hubert Humphrey as its candidate but he was defeated due to a number of factors, two of the most serious being social unrest and Johnson's associ (MORE)

Why Andrew Johnson was chosen for president?

Andrew Johnson was not elected president. Abraham Lincoln chose him as his running mate because he was a Southerner who stayed loyal to the union. Lincoln did not plan to die when he did.

Who was the president when Andrew Johnson was the Vice President?

Abraham Lincoln was the President of the United States when Andrew Johnson was the Vice President. . Andrew Johnson was the Vice President for a little more than a month (1865 March 4 to April 15), as Lincoln's second Vice President, before Lincoln was assassinated, making Johnson the 17th Presiden (MORE)