Presidential Fun Facts

14 Presidents served as Vice President - J. Adams, Jefferson, Van Buren, Tyler, Fillmore, A. Johnson, Arthur, T. Roosevelt, Coolidge, Truman, Nixon, L. Johnson, Ford, and George Bush
14 Presidents served as Vice President - J. Adams, Jefferson, Van Buren, Tyler, Fillmore, A. Johnson, Arthur, T. Roosevelt, Coolidge, Truman, Nixon, L. Johnson, Ford, and George Bush
Abraham Lincoln was the only President who was also a licensed bartender
Abraham Lincoln was the only President who was also a licensed bartender
Andrew Johnson would only wear suits that he himself made
Andrew Johnson would only wear suits that he himself made
Dwight Eisenhower was the only president to serve in both WWI and WWII
Dwight Eisenhower was the only president to serve in both WWI and WWII
8 Presidents never attended College - Washington, Jackson, Van Buren, Taylor, Fillmore, Lincoln, A. Johnson, and Cleveland
8 Presidents never attended College - Washington, Jackson, Van Buren, Taylor, Fillmore, Lincoln, A. Johnson, and Cleveland
Every Member of Teddy Roosevelt's family owned a pair of stilts, even the first lady
Every Member of Teddy Roosevelt's family owned a pair of stilts, even the first lady
Andrew Jackson was involved in over 100 duels he had a bullet stuck in his chest and arm
Andrew Jackson was involved in over 100 duels he had a bullet stuck in his chest and arm
George Herbert Walker Bush is the only President with four names
George Herbert Walker Bush is the only President with four names
George Washington is the only President not associated with a political party
George Washington is the only President not associated with a political party
Harry Truman's middle name is just S
Harry Truman's middle name is just S
Grover Cleveland was the only President who held the job of hangman
Grover Cleveland was the only President who held the job of hangman
Grover Cleveland was the only President elected too two nonconsecutive terms as our 22nd and 24th president
Grover Cleveland was the only President elected too two nonconsecutive terms as our 22nd and 24th president
Jimmy Carter is the first known President to go on record as seeing a UFO
Jimmy Carter is the first known President to go on record as seeing a UFO
James Buchanan was the only bachelor President, he was virtually inseparable from Senator William R King earning William the nickname Mrs. Buchanan
James Buchanan was the only bachelor President, he was virtually inseparable from Senator William R King earning William the nickname Mrs. Buchanan
George Washington made the shortest inauguration speech on record at only 133 words and less than two minutes long
George Washington made the shortest inauguration speech on record at only 133 words and less than two minutes long
The College that has produced the most presidents is Harvard - J. Adams, J.Q. Adams, T. Roosevelt, FDR, Rutherford B. Hayes, JFK, and George W. Bush
The College that has produced the most presidents is Harvard - J. Adams, J.Q. Adams, T. Roosevelt, FDR, Rutherford B. Hayes, JFK, and George W. Bush
Presidents Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, and Kennedy were all assassinated in office
Presidents Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, and Kennedy were all assassinated in office
Jimmy Carter was the first President to be born in a hospital
Jimmy Carter was the first President to be born in a hospital
The oldest President inaugurated was Regan at 69
The oldest President inaugurated was Regan at 69
The tallest President was Abraham Lincoln at 6'4"
The tallest President was Abraham Lincoln at 6'4"
Teddy Roosevelt was the youngest man to become President at 42
Teddy Roosevelt was the youngest man to become President at 42
Presidents John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe all died on July 4th
Presidents John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe all died on July 4th
Ulysses S. Grant smoked at least 20 cigars a day
Ulysses S. Grant smoked at least 20 cigars a day
The shortest President was James Madison at 5'4", he never weighed more than 100 pounds
The shortest President was James Madison at 5'4", he never weighed more than 100 pounds
The term First Lady was first used in 1849 at Dolley Madison's Funeral
The term First Lady was first used in 1849 at Dolley Madison's Funeral
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