What number president was Johnson?
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.
Lyndon B. Johnson was the 36th president of the United States of America.
The presidents after Johnson are Grant, Hayes, Garfield, Aurther, Cleveland, Harrison, Cleveland, McKinely, Roosevelt, Taft, Willson, Harding, Coolige, Hoover, Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush
Abraham Lincoln was assassinated while he was in office. Andrew Johnson was his Vice president so he took over on April 15, 1865.
It was mainly because he fired Edwin Stanton, Secretary of War, which violated the Tenure of Office Act. Hope I helped :)
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.
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.
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.
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… President Lincoln. He was unsuccessful in his attempt to get the nomination of his party (the Democratic Party) to stand for election in 1868 so he was never a candidate for president in the general election and never had a chance to have a vice president. (MORE)
President Johnson was impeached in the House of Representatives, in the House Chamber of the Capitol Building, in Washington, DC.
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.
President Andrew Johnson was charged with a crime against congress.He was never convicted and was able to remain in office.
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no he signed the law for racial equality. apart from that i dont think he did much
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.
Andrew Johnson served from April 15, 1865 to March 4, 1869. He became president when Lincoln died in office and did not have a term of his own.
LBJ's White House dogs were: Him and Her - beagles Edgar- beagle Blanco - white Collie Freckles -beagle Yuki - mongrel . .
Lyndon Johnson was Vice President to President John F. Kennedy. Johnson became president following Kennedy's assassination in 1963.
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.
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…nessee-native Johnson would be useful during the anticipated Reconstruction of the South. (MORE)
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 …designation "Air Force One", and there is a famous photograph that shows Jackie Kennedy, still in blood soaked clothing, and Lyndon Johnson, standing beside the casket that contained the remains of JFK, as Johnson was sworn in aboard the jet liner that had carried the Kennedy's and their staff to Dallas, before they even left the Dallas airport. Johnson said he wanted to get sworn in quickly, so as to remove any argument as to who was then President, back in Washington DC. (MORE)
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…n also managed to get much of John Kennedy's plans realised, including significant Civil Rights laws which banned segregation and greatly changed the lives of African Americans. Johnson's Great Society programs dealt with poverty, improved healthcare by introducing Medicare and Medicaid, helped education and raised environment awareness (he was sometimes nicknamed 'Light-bulb Lyndon' because of his determination to turn lights off in the White House when they weren't needed). He was also famed for his larger than life personality and his uncanny ability to get other politicians on his side. The foreign policy was a big let down, but Johnson wasn't a failure. (MORE)
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…o held majority at that time) didn"t approve of. The republicans decided to take advantage of Johnson by passing a law (sorry forget what it was called) that didn"t allow Johnson to fire anyone in his Cabinet without their authorization. He fired William Seward, the secretary of war, anyway, thus he got impeached. (MORE)
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 …assuring Lincoln's re-election, but Lincoln's assassination meant a Democrat (Johnson) became President, assuring his failure to enact Lincoln's plans for Reconstruction. (MORE)
They loved Lyndon for awhile until the Vietnam War became too costly. Andrew was never very popular because people saw him as a Southern sympathizer.
Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase administered the Oath of Office to Andrew Johnson on April 15, 1865, the day President Lincoln died.
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.
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.
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!
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…d of a stroke in July 1875, so he was only in office for a few months. Johnson was the only former President to serve in the US Senate. (MORE)
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.
Andrew Jackson, the 7th President of the United States, was 6 ft., 1 in. tall (185 cm).
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…rates except those with property in excess of $20,000and certain Confederate leaders; C. During his term, the 13th amendment was passed abolishing allslavery; D. In 1866, over continual disputes with Congress regardingReconstruction; E. In 1867 over Johnson's continual vetoes, Congress passed its ownseries of Reconstruction laws; F. These acts by Congress enforced former slaves rights tosuffrage; G. The 14th Amendment to the Constitution was passed grantingcitizenship to all persons born or naturalized in the UnitedStates; H. The former Confederate States had to agree to this as acondition for readmission to the Union; I. On March 30, the United States signed a treaty with Russia forthe purchase of Alaska for $7,200,000 million; J. In 1868, Johnson ignored the 1867 Tenure of Office Act, andremoved Edwin Stanton as Secretary of War;and K. Johnson became the first president to be impeached. He wasacquitted by the Senate by the margin of one vote (MORE)
I would vote for Monroe over either Johnson. Monroe served for two full terms and was still popular when he left office, Both Johnsons were quite unpopular when they left office.
He violated the Tenure of Office Act when he fired Secretary of War Stanton. The act made it illegal for him to remove his cabinet officers without Senate approval.
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.
This is probably an answer that is based on opinions, so there really is no good answer. But I think, emphasis on I, Carter was the better.
Andrew Johnson is the only U.S. President to have served in theU.S. Senate after his presidency.
andrew johnson became president right after lincoln had died on the date of march 15 1865
He was the vice-president to John F. Kennedy. When John F. Kennedy was assassinated, he became president.
Andrew Jackson, he viewed himself as a real Democrate just likeJackson did. They both had the ideology of glorifying the commonman, both were born into poverty
As a result of the Bay of Ton kin attack, he got the Bay of Ton kin Resolution
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…f about 97% of a term. Lyndon Johnson completed the 1961-1965 presidential term, to which John F. Kennedy was elected, after the assassination of President Kennedy. In 1964, he was reelected for the 1965-1969 term. Lyndon Johnson was elected Vice President once, elected President once, and served as President a total of about 1.29 terms. (MORE)
There have been two U.S. Presidents named Johnson: Andrew and Lyndon; neither of whom were assassinated.
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…ation with the Viet Nam war. (MORE)
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.
Andrew Johnson lived in Tennessee almost all of his adult life andwas buried in Tennessee. However, he was born in Raleigh, NorthCarolina.
Abraham Lincoln was the US President before Andrew Johnson. John F. Kennedy was the US President before Lyndon B.Johnson.
Richard M. Johnson was the Vice President to Martin VanBuren. Andrew Johnson was the Vice President to Abraham Lincoln. Lyndon Baines Johnson was the Vice President to John F.Kennedy.
Martin Van Buren was the President when Richard Johnson was the Vice President. . Martin Van Buren was the 8th US President from 1937 March 4 to 1941 March 4, with Richard M. Johnson serving as the 9th Vice President of the United States.
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…t of the United States. (MORE)
Andrew Johnson was president from 1865 to 1869. Lyndon B Johnson was president from 1963 to 1969.