There have been two - Herbert Hoover and Richard Nixon.
There were actually two presidents that were Quakers. These presidents were Herbert Hoover, who was the 31 president and Richard Nixon, who was the 37 president.
They both lived in California and both were Republican presidents. They were both quakers.
GEORGE WASHING TO AND ALL THE MOST OF THE PRESIDENTS THERE ARE 10 PRESIDENTS THAT SERVED TWO TERMS
There are no US presidents that were brothers.
No. There are many Quakers who are teachers. Quakers and Amish are two very different religious groups.
Presidents Johnson and Clinton.
No. They are two different denominations. Most modern Quakers (members of the Society of Friends) do not dress 'plain' as the Amish do.
Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were the two presidents to be impeached. Neither was convicted.
one was two terms, and i dont know
the two presidents that fought in war was Gorgie Washington and Thomas Jeffersen.
George Washington and John Adams were the first two US presidents.
Washington and Abraham Lincoln
It's celebrating the birthday of two presidents.
Two famous and important American statesmen shared the Quaker religion. Richard M. Nixon and Benjamin Franklin, centuries apart, were Quakers.
No former US presidents signed the constitution. Two former presidents of the Continental Congress( Gorham and Mifflin) and two future US presidents (Washington and Madison) signed the constitution.
the Quakers and pilgrims
No US Presidents were bron slaves
Woodrow Wilson was one
only Two presidents have been tried
George W. Bush and John Quincy Adams were the two U.S. Presidents that were sons of former presidents. Their fathers were George Bush the 41st president and John Adams, the second president.
George Clinton, John C. Calhoun