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Gerald Ford, He played at Michigan univ. and he was thehe was the 38 president right before Jimmy Carter
The first President to grow peanuts was Thomas Jefferson, who held a great interest in botany, as a part of his plantations crop rotation to replenish the nitrogen content… of his soil for cotton. Jimmy Carter owned a peanut distribution business that he inherited from his father. As a boy or young man, I think he probably did some planting and harvesting of peanuts for his father. Jimmy Carter took over his father's peanut business after his father died. It may have started as a peanut farm, but by the time that Jimmy ran it, other people raised the peanuts and the Carter Co. bought, stored and resold them. Thomas Jefferson reportedly raised some peanuts but not as a serious cash crop.
Martin Van Buren
George Washington grew hemp
I think Andrew Johnson probably held the most different positions. He was an alderman, a mayor, a state representative, a state senator, state governor, US Congressman, US Sen…ator, military governor and Vice-president.
They needed a government to set lawes and judgement..
Dwight Eisenhower was the president from Abilene, Kansas.
I read yesterday that Jimmy Carter was the only U. S. President who lived in public housing subsidized for the poor. I've heard that Abraham Lincoln also had a humble upbringi…ng.
U.S. Presidents Andrew Jackson, James Polk and Andrew Johnson all came from Tennessee. Andrew Jackson was born in Waxhaw, North Carolina. He grew up in Tennessee and ser…ved as the U.S. Senator from Tennessee. He died in Nashville and is buried in Tennessee. James Polk was born in Pineville, North Carolina. He later lived in Tennessee, served as the 9th Governor of Tennessee, and represented Tennessee in the U.S. House of Representatives. He died in Nashville and is buried in Tennessee. Andrew Johnson was the Vice President under Abraham Lincoln and became President at the time of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Andrew Johnson was born in North Carolina. He later moved to Greeneville, Tennessee. He served in the Tennessee legislature, represented Tennessee in the U.S. House of Representatives, served as Governor of Tennessee, and represented Tennessee in the U.S. Senate. He died in Elizabethton, Tennessee and is buried in Tennessee.
Mr. Wongel the 21st president of the United States of America.
The nefarious lying Republican party is at fault. Their repetive war mongering feeds and encourages the military industrial complex and exploits our resources; adds to the nat…ional debt and no one cares as long as they are fat and happy.