Mr. President: A Book of U.S. Presidents

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Dodd, Mead, 1984 - Presidents - 158 pages
Presents information on each of the forty presidents of the United States and describes the process of electing a president.

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Good resource book on all 44 presidents, including brief biographies and unique facts concerning each. Also introduces facts about electing the President. Read full review

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For just one quick reference on the presidents this is it. A picture, main events of their administrations, "just the facts folks", but it is also an interesting quick read. Benjamin Harrison was the ... Read full review


Some Facts About Electing
The President in Office
George Washington

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Abraham Lincoln admitted Alexander Graham Bell American Andrew Jackson Andrew Johnson April ballot became Benjamin Harrison Birthplace Braintree Buchanan California Calvin Coolidge campaign candidate Carolina Carter Chester Alan Arthur Civil War Cleveland Congress Congressman Continental Congress Coolidge Cuba declared delegates Democratic Democratic Term Democratic-Republican dent Died Dred Scott decision Eisenhower elected electoral votes Emancipation Proclamation Fillmore Ford Fort Sumter Franklin Delano Roosevelt Franklin Pierce Franklin Roosevelt Garfield Georgia Gerald Ford Gerald Rudolph Ford governor of California governor of Tennessee governor Political party Grant Grover Cleveland Guam Guiteau Hampshire Harding Harrison Harry Truman Hayes Herbert Clark Hoover Important Events inauguration Inauguration Day Indian Jackson James James Abram Garfield James Buchanan James Earl Carter James Knox Polk James Madison James Monroe January January 20 Jefferson Jimmy Carter John Adams John Fitzgerald Kennedy John Quincy Adams John Tyler Johnson Kansas-Nebraska Act Kennedy later Lawyer League of Nations Lincoln Louisiana Purchase Lyndon Baines Johnson March Marshall Plan Martin Van Buren Massachusetts McKinley Mexico military leader Millard Fillmore Monroe Monroe Doctrine Nathaniel Hawthorne nation Nebraska Nixon nomination Oath of Office Ohio Previous experience peace Pierce Polk President Born presidential Reagan reelected Republican Term Richard Milhous Nixon Richard Nixon Ronald Reagan Roosevelt Rutherford Birchard Hayes Sandra Day O'Connor Secretary Senator Political party served signed slavery South South Carolina South Dakota Southern Soviet Union Spanish-American War Taft television Term of office Territory Texas Theodore Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson took treaty troops Truman Truman Doctrine Tyler U.S. Military Academy U.S. Senator U.S. Supreme Court Ulysses Simpson Grant unani unem Union Union Army Van Buren Vermont Vice-President Political party Vietnam Virginia Virginia Previous experience Walter Mondale Warren Gamaliel Harding Washington Washington monument Watergate went West Berlin West Point Westmoreland County Whig White House wife William Henry Harrison William Howard Taft William McKinley Wilson Woodrow Wilson World War World War II Yorba Linda York York City Zachary Taylor

About the author (1984)

George Sullivan is a best-selling nonfiction author with more than 100 books to his credit, including highly accoladed Berenice Abbott, Photographer. He lives in New York City.

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