1-45 LISTING OF PRESIDENTS WITH PICTURES OF HOMES, MONUMENTS, ETC.
50- PRESIDENTIAL QUIZ - 182 QUESTIONS
51- SPREADSHEET PROVIDING 23 DETAILS OF EACH PRESIDENT INCLUDING BIRTH STATE, MILITARY SERVICE, ELECTORAL COLLEGE VOTE AND RELIGION.
52-56 - SAME AS 51 EXCEPT FOR SORT
57- RANKING OF PRESIDENTS BY 17 DIFFERENT POLLS
58- LINK TO EXTENSIVE INFORMATION ON EACH PRESIDENT.
59- THOMAS JEFFERSON WAS A REMARKABLE MAN - LIST OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS
60- COINCIDENCES OF LINCOLN AND KENNEDY
61- INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT HARRY TRUMAN AFTER HIS PRESIDENCY.
B: 1732 D: 1799
VP JOHN ADAMS
|5-96 Front of Mount Vernon,
George Washington's home in Mount Vernon, Virginia. This was
the first President's home restored in 1858.
||5-96 Back of Mount Vernon.
Washington's career was remarkable. At various times he was
a surveyor, farmer, explorer, soldier, politician and statesman.
|5-96 Mount Vernon home from
north lawn or from side of house. Mount Vernon is the most
visited historic home in American with one million visitors a year.
|5-96 Front of Mary Washington
home in Frederick, Maryland. George purchased this home for
his mother in 1772.
||5-96 Back of Mary Washington
home in Frederick, Maryland.
|5-96 Nelson Slagle
and George Washington in back of Mary Washington home
||5-96 George and Martha Washington
tomb on Mount Vernon estate
|5-96 Washington Monument in Washington
D.C. The monument was opened to the public in 1888.
||7-94 Washington Monument in
Washington D.C. through trees from a distance
B: 1735 D: 1826
VP THOMAS JEFFERSON
|10-24-04 Home where
John Adams was born. Home was built 1681. The 1st picture
under John Quincy Adams and this home are 75' apart and are
the oldest President's birthplaces in the country.
||10-24-04 Peacefield home.
The home referred to as 'The Old House' and 'Peacefield home' was
built in 1731 and was doubled in size by Abigail Adams about 1797-1801.
All three Adams' homes were in originally Braintree, Massachusetts,
but now it is called Quincy, Massachusetts.
|10-24-04 Braintree home
from a distance. The home referred to as 'The Old House' was
built in 1731 and became the residence of the Adams family for four
generations from 1788 to 1927.
||10-24-04 Garden beside home and
library in background added after John Q Adams died
Adams Braintree home study. Chair in far corner is where John
Adams was sitting when he died on 7-4-1826, the 50th anniversary
of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson
passed away the same day.
Family room in John Adams birth home in Braintree (now Quincy,
B: 1743 D: 1826
VP AARON BURR AND GEORGE CLINTON
Link to timeline of career and quotes from Jefferson.
|10-07 Front and side of Monticello,
Thomas Jefferson home in Charlottesville, Virginia. Thomas
Jefferson was extremely intelligent. At different times he was
a planter, lawyer, writer, politician, philosopher, scientist, architect,
agronomist, diplomat, educator and statesman. He was also a reasonably
accomplished violinist and had a fine signing voice.
||10-07 Back and side of Monticello
|10-07 Back and side of Monticello
Top is walkway from Monticello to horse stables that are to the right
side of the building. First room to the left is a 16 foot deep
well to store ice in the winter which lasts most of the summer. (Unlinked)
|10-07 Front and side of Tuckahoe near
Richmond, Virginia where Jefferson was born and started school
||10-07 Side of Tuckahoe
|10-07 Back of Poplar Forest in Forest,
Virginia. Jefferson used this home as a retreat to get away
from Monticello and its visitors. He would come here several
times a year for two weeks to three months.
||9-74 Jefferson Memorial
in Washington D. C.
|5-96 Jefferson Memorial in Washington
D. C. The memorial was dedicated on 4-13-1943, the 200th anniversary
of Jefferson's birth
||5-96 Thomas Jefferson tombstone in
back of his home at Monticello
MADISON - TERM
1809-1817 - B: 1751 D: 1836 - VP GEORGE CLINTON &
James Madison George Clinton
|5-96 Front of Montpelier, James
Madison home in Montpelier Station, Virginia. Home was built
in 1760 by the father of James Madison.
||5-96 Back of Montpelier, James
Madison home in Montpelier Station, Virginia. Home was originally four
rooms and after numerous renovations over 125 years, the home now has 55
rooms and 35,000 square feet of space.
|5-96 Garden in back of Montpelier
||5-96 Cemetery near Montpelier where
James Madison is buried. His tombstone is tall stone at back
right. Madison was the last survivor of the Continental Congress
and the last remaining signer of the Constitution.
MONROE - TERM
1817-1825 - B: 1758 D: 1831 - VP DANIEL D. TOMPKINS
|5-96 Front of Ash Lawn, James Monroe
home, 3 miles from Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia. He died
on July 4th as did John Adams and Thomas Jefferson.
||5-96 Back of Ash Lawn.
Ash Lawn was originally called Highland, but was changed to Ash
Lawn by subsequent owners.
|5-96 Law office
and Museum in Frederick, Maryland. Monroe served as a Lieutenant
under Washington and rose to Lieutenant Colonel in the American Revolution
||10-07 Bust of James Monroe at Presidents
Park in Williamsburg, Virginia. The park has busts and signs
of data for each President
QUINCY ADAMS - TERM
1825-1829 - B: 1767 D: 1848 - VP JOHN C. CALHOUN
|10-24-04 Home where
John Quincy Adams, our 6th President, was born. The home was
built in 1663
||10-24-04 Adams Historical Site sign
where John and John Quincy Adams were born
JACKSON - TERM
1829-1837 - B: 1767 D: 1845 - VP JOHN C. CALHOUN & MARTIN
|8-19-03 Hermitage, Andrew Jackson's
home outside of Nashville, Tenn.
||8-19-03 Hermitage, Andrew Jackson's
back of home outside of Nashville, Tenn.
|8-19-03 Dining Room in
||8-19-03 Andrew Jackson Tomb in
garden beside Hermitage
VAN BUREN - TERM
1837-1841 - B: 1782 D: 1862 - VP RICHARD M. JOHNSON
|10-20-2004 - Front of Van Buren Home in
Kinderhook, NY. The home was built in 1797 and Van Buren purchased
||10-20-2004 Back of Van Buren
home in Kinderhook, NY.
|10-12-07 Front and side of Decatur
home two blacks from White House in Washington DC. Van Buren
lived here while serving as Secretary of State under Andrew Jackson
H. HARRISON - TERM
1841-1841 - B: 1773 D: 1841 - VP JOHN TYLER
|8-2003 Front of Berkeley, home
of William H. Harrison in Charles City, Virginia. The Berkeley
home was built in 1726 and is said to be the oldest 3 story brick
house in Virginia. The Berkeley legacy dates to 1619 when 38
Englishmen calling themselves the Berkeley Company established a colony.
The Harrison family acquired the property in 1691.
||8-2003 Back of Berkeley,
home of William H. Harrison in Charles City, Virginia. The
first 10 presidents and Abraham Lincoln all visited Berkeley.
|8-2003 William H Harrison
tombstone in back of Berkeley home in Charles City, Virginia.
William H Harrison's father, Benjamin Harrison was a signer of the
Declaration of Independence and three time Governor of Virginia.
His grandson, Benjamin Harrison, was the 23rd President.
||6-2007 Front of Grouseland in Vincennes,
Indiana. Harrison built home in 1804. Harrison lived
at Grouseland until 1812 when he resigned as governor of the Indiana
|6-2007 Side of Grouseland in Vincennes, Indiana.
Sign in back of Grouseland saying Lewis and Clark stopped at Grouseland
on the way to Washington DC in 1806 after their Lewis & Clark expedition
west to the Pacific Ocean from 1803 to 1806.
JOHN TYLER - TERM
1841-1845 - B: 1790 D: 1862 - VP NONE
|8-2003 Front of Sherwood
Forest, John Tyler's home in Charles City, Virginia. This
is the longest frame house in the US at over 300 feet.
||8-2003 Front of Sherwood Forest,
John Tyler's home in Charles City, Virginia. Tyler purchased
the home in 1842 and lived there from 1842 to 1862. Tyler doubled
the size of the home including a 68 foot ballroom. He fathered
15 children, the most of any President.
Back of Sherwood Forest, John Tyler's home in Charles City, Virginia.
JAMES K. POLK - TERM
1845-1849 - B: 1795 D: 1849 - VP GEORGE M. DALLAS
|8-2003 Replicated Log
cabin like James Polk was born in Polk National Park in Pinesville,
North Carolina. Polk was the only President who had been
Speaker of the House. Emily and Gene Slagle are beside
||8-2003 James Polk home in Columbia,
South Carolina. James Polk was elected to the Tennessee Legislature
at the age of 27, served in the US House of Representatives for
14 years including two terms as Speaker of the House and was Governor
of Tennessee for two years.
|8-2003 Garden in back of Polk
home in Columbia,
||8-2003 James Polk tombstone at
Tennessee state capitol in Nashville, Tennessee
ZACHARY TAYLOR - TERM
1849-1850 - B: 1784 D: 1850 - VP MILLARD FILLMORE
The only Taylor home in existence is the below boyhood home in Louisville,
Kentucky called Springfield. It is privately owned and closed
to the public. Taylor descended from the people who came to
the US on the Mayflower. He is also a 2nd cousin of President
Madison. Taylor was in the military for 40 years. His daughter
married Jefferson Davis, relocated to Mississippi and died of malaria within
a year of marriage.
view of front of home in the picture to the left.
Sign in front of home in the two picture above.
Sign at Zachary Taylor National Cemetery about a mile
from home above in Louisville, Kentucky.
Tomb and Crypt of Zachary Taylor in the
Zachary Taylor National Cemetery about a mile
from home above in Louisville, Kentucky
Tombstone of Zachary Taylor with a statute
of him on the top.
MILLARD FILLMORE - TERM
1850-1853 - B: 1800 D: 1874 - VP NONE
|10-18-2004 Front and side of Fillmore
home in Aurora, New York. Mr. & Mrs. Fillmore lived here
||10-18-2004 Front of Millard
Fillmore Home in East Aurora, New York. Fillmore was the only
President to build his own home.
|10-18-2004 Room in back of home that
is now a gift shop. Piano that went to the White House and
returned is in the back of the room.
FRANKLIN PIERCE - TERM
1853-1857 - B: 1804 D: 1869 - VP WILLIAM R. D. KING
|10-22-04 Front of Franklin
Pierce home in Caldwell, New Hampshire with fall tree. This
was family home from 1842 to 1848. The home was built in 1804.
Emily and Gene Slagle walking up to house.
||10-22-04 Opposite side
and front of Pierce Home in Caldwell, New Hampshire
|10-22-04 Dining room in Pierce home
in Caldwell, New Hampshire
Side of Pierce Home in Caldwell, New Hampshire
JAMES BUCHANAN - TERM
1857-1861 - B: 1791 D: 1868 - VP JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE
|10-25-04 James Buchanan,
home in Lancaster, Pennsylvania called Wheatland
||10-25-04 Closer view of front of
Wheatland home. Home was built in 1828 and Buchanan family
lived here from 1848 to 1868.
|10-25-04 Back of Wheatland home
Study in Wheatland home
ABRAHAM LINCOLN - TERM
1861-1865 - b: 1809 D: 1865 - VP HANNIBAL HAMLIN & ANDREW
Click on this line for a list of remarkable incidents of Lincoln and Kennedy
|8-2003 Lincoln memorial in Hodgenville,
Kentucky and reconstructed log cabin he was born is on the inside
of the memorial. There are 56 steps leading to the memorial,
one for each year of Lincoln's life.
||8-2003 Gene and Emily Slagle look at reconstructed
log cabin inside prior picture memorial in Hodgenville, Kentucky
on the land where Lincoln was born
|10-98 Lincoln home on 8th Street in Springfield,
Illinois where his family lived from 1844 to 1861. Lincoln
purchased the home for $1,500.
Lincoln's law office in Springfield, Illinois in 1850's. Gene
& Emily Slagle in front of Building.
| 9-18-06 Front of Mary Todd Lincoln,
Abe's wife, home during childhood in Lexington, Kentucky . House
was condemned and group stepped in to buy and refurbish or lot would
have become additional Rupp arena parking. Emily and Gene Slagle
in front of house.
Lincoln museum in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The museum was opened
to the public in 1931.
|5-96 Washington Monument through
pillars of Lincoln Memorial in Washington D. C. Work started
on the Lincoln Memorial in 1914.
||7-94 Lincoln Memorial in Washington
D. C. from Washington Monument
|7-94 Lincoln Memorial in Washington
D. C. taken from Washington Monument.
|7-94 Abraham Lincoln statute in
Lincoln Memorial in Washington D. C.
ANDREW JOHNSON - TERM
1865-1869 - B: 1808 D: 1875 - VP NONE
|08-03 Andrew Johnson statute at
Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville, Tennessee
||10-07 Replica of original birth
home built in early 1700's of Andrew Johnson in Greenville, Tennessee.
Andrew Johnson lacking education and opportunity became a tailor.
He wanted more and knew education was key. He had his wife read
to him constantly as she worked with needle and thread. When his
wife became occupied with child rearing, Andrew hired local men to
carry on the lessons. His industry, intelligence and ability earned
his election as an alderman then mayor of Greenville, Tennessee.
He later became Governor of Tennessee then VP under Lincoln. He
is the only President to serve as Senator after his Presidency.
|10-07 Front of last home Andrew
Johnson lived in from 1869 to 1875 in Greenville, Tennessee
||10-07 Back of last home Johnson
lived in from 1869 to 1875
|10-07 Tombstone of Andrew Johnson
at cemetery in Greenville, Tennessee
ULYSSES S. GRANT - TERM
1869-1877 - B: 1822 D: 1885 - VP SCHUYLER COLFAX & HENRY
|10-07 Front of birth home of
Ulysses S. Grant at Point Pleasant, Ohio where he was born in 1822
and lived his first year. Grant was the first of 7 Presidents
born in Ohio. Virginia has 8 Presidents born in their state. Four
Presidents were born in New York and Massachusetts. Fifty-two%
of our Presidents were born in four above states.
||10-07 Back of birth home of Ulysses S. Grant at
Point Pleasant, Ohio where he was born in 1822 and lived his first year
|10-7-07 Front of 2nd Grant home in Georgetown,
Ohio where he lived from age 2 to 17 when he went to West Point
in 1839. His father built the brick part of the home in 1824.
Back of 2nd Grant home in Georgetown, Ohio where he lived from age
2 to 17 when he went to West Point in 1839. His father built
the brick part of the home in 1824.
|10-7-07 Plaque in front of 2nd Grant
||9-21-06 Front of U S Grants White Haven
home just outside of St. Louis, Missouri. Grant graduated from
West Point and served the next 9 years in the service and served in
the Mexican War under General Zachary Taylor. He left the
service, but was one of the first to volunteer in the Civil War in 1861.
He was eventually appointed Commander of the Union Armies as a Lieutenant
General by Abraham Lincoln. Congress later made him a full General,
the first since George Washington.
|10-98 Grants home from 1865 to
1869 in Galena, Illinois. (Not linked)
RUTHERFORD B. HAYES - TERM
1877-1881 - B: 1822 D: 1893 - VP WILLIAM A. WHEELER
|10-01-06 Spiegel Grove sign at entrance
to Rutherford Hayes' home in Fremont, Ohio
||10-01-06 Front and side of Hayes 31
room home at Spiegel Grove built in 1857 by Uncle Sardis. Hayes
lived there from 1873 to 1893 except while he was in the White House.
Hayes added or changed all but two rooms from the original house.
Heidi Slagle in red.
|10-01-06 Front and side of President
Hayes Museum next to home in Spiegel Grove
||10-01-06 Display of Hayes five children
|10-01-06 Front of the Hayes tombstone
about 50 yards from home at Spiegel Grove
JAMES A. GARFIELD - TERM
1881-1881 - B: 1831 D: 1881 - VP CHESTER A. ARTHUR
|10-09-04 Front of James Garfield home
in Mentor, Ohio. Garfield purchased the home in 1876.
Mrs. Garfield expanded the home after her husband passed away.
The home was originally 7 rooms and became 30 rooms.
||10-09-04 Study added to Garfield home
after his death in Mentor, Ohio
CHESTER A. ARTHUR - TERM
1881-1885 - B: 1829 D: 1886 - VP NONE
Arthur home through trees in Fairfield, Vermont about 15 miles from
||10-21-04 Closer view of Arthur home
in Fairfield, Vermont. Chester was born in this home, but the
home vanished in the 1800's. This is a replicated home built in
| 10-21-04 Chester Arthur
Plaque near home in Fairfield, Vermont
||10-21-04 Chester Arthur
grave site at cemetery in Albany, New York
GROVER CLEVELAND -
TERM 1885-1889 - B: 1837 D: 1908 - VP THOMAS A. HENDRICKS
|10-24-04 Front of Grover
Cleveland birthplace home in Caldwell, New Jersey. The house
has been open to the public for viewing since 1913.
||Side of Grover Cleveland home
in Caldwell, New Jersey. Home was built in 1832. Grover
lived here from 1837 to 1841.
Cleveland Historical site sign in Caldwell, New Jersey
Other side of Grover Cleveland birthplace home in Caldwell, New Jersey.
BENJAMIN HARRISON - TERM
1889-1893 - B: 1833 D: 1901 - VP LEVI P. MORTON
|6-07 Benjamin Harrison home in
Indianapolis, Indiana. He completed construction of the house
in 1875. This was his only home other than the White House until
his death in 1901.
||6-07 Back and side of Benjamin Harrison
home in Indianapolis, Indiana.
father was in the Ohio State senate for two terms, his grandfather
was William Henry Harrison the 9th President and his great grandfather
was a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
William H Harrison tombstone in back of Berkeley home in Charles
City, Virginia where his grandfather, William Henry Harrison,
GROVER CLEVELAND - TERM
1893-1897 - B: 1837 D: 1908 - VP ADLAI E. STEVENSON
of prior Grover Cleveland presidency.
WILLIAM McKINLEY - TERM
1897-1901 - B: 1843 D: 1901 - VP GARRET A. HOBART & THEODORE
|8-71 McKinley Statue and
Memorial in Canton, Ohio. McKinley volunteered in the Civil
War as a Private. He ended the Civil War as a Major. His
commanding officer was Rutherford Hayes.
||8-71 McKinley Statue at Memorial in
|10-04 McKinley Statue and Memorial
in Canton, Ohio
||10-04 McKinley Memorial from across
the grass lawn in Canton, Ohio
Front of McKinley Museum in Canton Ohio located beside Memorial above
Nelson's brother Jim at First Ladies National Historical Site.
This is the only First ladies historical site honoring the achievements of
our 41 first ladies. It is one of two buildings, the 2nd a block from the Saxbe house
below in Canton, Ohio.
Jim drove Nelson to Canton and Niles to the the McKinley historical
sites on election day 2012. This was the first day Jim had the time to to take me to this historical site as he was campaigning for Common Pleas Judge in Marion County, Ohio. Jim won his election as did Barack Obama for a 2nd term later in the day.
The front of the Saxby home in Canton, Ohio which is part
of the First Ladies National Historic site. The McKinley's
lived in this home form 1878 to 1891.
The Saxbe house from the side.
The McKinley museum in Niles, Ohio
Statue of William McKinley in the entrance
to his museum in Niles. Two smaller busts are visible of other Presidents
circling the entrance.
Ohio Historical Market in front of William McKinley birth
home in Nile, Ohio
The William McKinley birth home in Niles, Ohio. The original home
down and this replica was constructed. He lived here from 1843 to 1851.
Portraits of William McKInley and his Vice President Theodore Roosevelt
located in the McKinley museum. Roosevelt became the 26th President when McKInley
was assassinated in 1901.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT - TERM
1901-1909 - B: 1858 D: 1919 - VP CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS
Teddy Roosevelt's home, Sagamore Hills, in Oyster Bay, New York.
Teddy finished building this home in 1885, and lived in this home from
1885 until his death in 1919.
||10-24-04 Huge family room added by
Teddy Roosevelt in Oyster Bay, NY home
|10-24-04 Emily and Gene Slagle in back
of Sagamore Hills Visitor center in Oyster Bay, New York
||10-14-06 Nelson Slagle, Teddy Roosevelt
and Jim Slagle at Ohio State branch in Marion, Ohio. The impersonation
of Teddy in 1918 (10 years after he was last President) was
done by Dr. John 'Chuck' Chalberg, a university professor. He
spent an hour doing the skit and answering questions, left the stage,
came back as a professor then answered questions in present time
|7-9-06 Mt Rushmore in South Dakota.
Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln
WILLIAM H. TAFT - TERM
1909-1913 - B: 1857 D: 1930 - VP JAMES B. SHERMAN
|8-18-03 William Taft home in Cincinnati,
Ohio. He lived in the house from 1886 to 1890.
||8-18-03 William Taft sign in front
of home in Cincinnati, Ohio
|8-18-03 Gene Slagle standing beside
display showing the 7 Ohio born Presidents in the gift shop/museum at Taft
home in Cincinnati, Ohio
||9-74 William Taft Tombstone in
Arlington Cemetery. Taft was the only President to become Chief
Justice. (Not linked)
WOODROW WILSON - TERM
1913-1921 - B: 1856 D: 1924 - VP THOMAS R. MARSHALL
|5-96 Woodrow Wilson birthplace
home in Staunton, Virginia. Wilson was born in this home.
||8-18-03 Woodrow Wilson boyhood
home in Columbia, South Carolina from 1870 to 1873.
|8-18-03 Woodrow Wilson boyhood
home in Augusta, Georgia
|5-96 Emily and Gene Slagle standing
in front of Woodrow Wilson Museum next to birthplace home in Staunton,
|10-07 Front of Woodrow Wilson's
last home in Washington D. C. which he lived in from 1921 to 1923.
His wife Edith lived their from 1921 until her death in 1963.
||10-07 Front and side of Woodrow
Wilson's last home in Washington D. C. which he lived in from 1921
WARREN G. HARDING - TERM
1921-1923 - B: 1865 D: 1923 - VP CALVIN COOLIDGE
|8-13-06 Front of Warren Harding
home in Marion, Ohio. Warren Harding conducted his Presidential
campaign from his front porch.
||8-13-06 Harding home sign in front yard.
The Harding's lived in home from 1891 to 1921. Harding was the 7th President
in the last 12 Presidents to be born in Ohio.
|8-13-06 Current gift shop and
museum. Originally was a garage that was converted to campaign
headquarters for the Harding campaign of 1920. Harding
died in office in 1923.
||10-24-06 Warren Harding memorial
in Marion, Ohio. It was completed in 1927.
|9-13-2007 Close-up of Warren Harding
memorial in Marion, Ohio.
||9-13-2007 Warren Harding &
wife tombstones in Harding memorial in Marion, Ohio.
CALVIN COOLIDGE - TERM
1923-1929 - B: 1872 D: 1933 - VP CHARLES D. DAWES
|10-97 Calvin Coolidge birthplace
in Plymouth Notch, Vermont. Coolidge is only president born
on July 4th.
||10-97 Calvin Coolidge home from
1876 to 1933 in Plymouth Notch, Vermont in same community as birthplace
|10-97 Tombstones of Calvin, wife
and son in cemetery a short distance from the homestead
HERBERT HOOVER - TERM
1929-1933 - B: 1874 D: 1964 - VP CHARLES CURTIS
Hoover Hoover with Harding's John Kennedy & Herbert Hoover
| 10-98 Herbert Hoover birthplace
in West Branch, Iowa. He lived there from 1874 to about 1879
||10-98 Emily & Gene Slagle standing in front of Herbert Hoover Presidential Library & Museum in West Branch, Iowa. (Not linked)|
|8-12 Herbert Hoover lived in this
home in Newberg, Oregon from 11 years of age from 1985-1989. His family
moved to Salem, Oregon where Herbert lived from 1989-91 until he enrolled
at Stanford where he became part of the first graduating class in 1895. Herbert's
parents passed away in 1880 and 1883. In 1985 he moved from Iowa to
Newberg to live with his Uncle
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT - TERM
1933-1945 - B: 1882 D: 1945 - VP JOHN N. GARNER, HENRY
A. WALLACE & HARRY S. TRUMAN
FDR FDR Hoover & FDR FDR & Eisenhower
|10-97 Franklin Roosevelt home in Hyde
Park, New York overlooking Hudson River. Franklin's father purchased
the house in 1867 and this was the home of the President his entire
||10-97 Franklin Roosevelt library and
museum designed by Franklin and completed in 1941. It is the
only Presidential library that a sitting President used while in office.
The library and museum is located within 100 yards of the home in Hyde
Park, New York
|10-97 Cottage on FDR estate that Franklin's
wife Eleanor moved into in 1947. House was built in 1925 and
was named Vall-Kill after a nearby stream. It was occupied by
close friends of Eleanor until 1947. Eleanor often visited her friends
on weekends and holidays.
||8-18-03 Entrance to Warm Springs,
Georgia vacation home of Franklin Roosevelt and where he passed away.
|8-18-03 White house and guest
house at Warm Springs, vacation home of Franklin Roosevelt
||8-18-03 Plaque at Warm Springs
documenting that Roosevelt died in Warm Springs, Georgia
|10-97 Tombstone of FDR.
Buried by home in Hyde Park, New York
||1945 Yalta Conference. Winston
Churchill, FDR & Joseph Stalin seated and other Allied leaders:
|FDR and extended family:
HARRY S. TRUMAN - TERM
1945-1953 - B: 1884 D: 1972 - VP ALBERT W. BARKLEY
Queen of England with Truman
|10-99 Harry Truman home in Independence,
Missouri. Harry Truman lived in this house from the time he
was married until death except when he was in the White House.
The house was built in 1885 by Harry's grandparents.
||10-99 Harry Truman Presidential
Library in Independence, Missouri
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER - TERM
1953-1961 - B: 1890 D: 1969 - VP RICHARD M. NIXON
Ike Ike Generals Ike, Patton Bradley Queen of England with Ike
& Hodges in 1945
Front of Ike home in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Eisenhower's
purchased the property and had this house built in 1955.
This was the 27th and final home the Eisenhower's lived in.
||10-26-04 Putting Green and
Sand trap put in by PGA for Ike in back yard of Gettysburg home.
Barn is in background
|10-26-04 Ike displays
in Visitor Center. There is also an 19 minute film in visitor
center about Ike's life
10-99 Eisenhower's home from 1898 to 1946
in Abilene, Kansas. Ike became a 5 star general in WW2 when
he was made Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Forces.
Nelson, Emily and Gene Slagle standing behind Eisenhower Center sign.
Center includes a museum dedicated in 1954 and a library. The
Eisenhower Center is located in Abilene, Kansas
JOHN F. KENNEDY - TERM
1961-1963 - B: 1917 D: 1963 - VP LYNDON B. JOHNSON
Click on this line for a list of remarkable incidents of Lincoln and Kennedy
John Jr, Jackie, Caroline & John Kennedy
Jack, Bobby & Ted Kennedy
|10-23-04 John F. Kennedy
(JFK) Presidential Library sign in Boston, Massachusetts.
||10-23-04 JFK Presidential Library in
School Book Depository in Dallas, Texas. This is building that Lee
Harvey Oswald fired bullets from that killed President Kennedy on 11-22-1963.
School Book Depository in Dallas, Texas. Taken 3 months after
assassination. Prior slide taken 35 years later.
|10-23-04 JFK eternal flame
and tombstone at Arlington Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia
LYNDON B. JOHNSON - TERM
1963-1969 - B: 1908 D: 1973 - VP HUBERT H. HUMPHREY
Middle: Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson with their daughters, Lynda Bird and Luci Baines, at the White House, Right: Lady Bird and Lyndon in 1972.
President Lyndon Johnson's home that he was born in on the Johnson
Ranch in Johnson City, Texas
President Lyndon Johnson's home from ages 5 to 17 in Johnson City,
President Lyndon Johnson Presidential Library and Museum in Austin,
President Lyndon Johnson tombstone on Johnson ranch in Johnson City,
Texas. Vacant spot beside big stone (Lyndon) is for Lady Bird
Johnson, Lyndon's wife.
RICHARD M. NIXON - TERM
1969-1974 - B: 1913 D: 1994 - VP SPIRO T. AGNEW & GERALD
Richard Nixon home where he was born and lived
the first nine years (1913-22).
Jim and John Slagle look at display of Helicopter
used by President Nixon. At Nixon Library in Yorba Linda,
Front of Nixon
Library in Yorba Linda, California
Side of Nixon Library
Back of Nixon boyhood home from Library across water
Back of Nixon Library with water
Nelson Slagle posing
with statutes of Winston Churchill and Charles DeGaulle at the Nixon
library in Yorba Linda, California
Pat and Richard Nixon tombstones in back of library
in Yorba Linda, California. Nixon's wife, Pat was born
1912 and died 1993.
GERALD R. FORD - TERM
1974-1977 - B: 1913 D: 2007 - VP NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER
Ford Family Queen of England with Ford
Clinton, Ford, Carter, and Bush Sr
10-76 Gerald Ford
campaigning in Fountain Valley, California
and Emily Slagle in Front of
Gerald Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan
10-2007 Side of Gerald Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids,
39- JIMMY CARTER - TERM 1977-1981 - B: 1924 D: - VP WALTER F. MONDALE
Jimmy Carter Roslyn & Jimmy Carter Carters & Reagans
Bill, Hillary, & Chelsea Clinton and Carter
|8-24-03 Front of boyhood home of Jimmy
Carter in Plains, Georgia. Carter lived here from 1924 to
||8-24-03 Front of Presidential Library
of Jimmy Carter in Atlanta, Georgia
Another view of Presidential Library further away
Oval Office display in Presidential Library
Country store owned by Jimmy Carter's parents in Atlanta, Georgia.
Jimmy worked in the store during his youth.
||8-24-03 Statute of Jimmy Carter in
front of Atlanta, Georgia state capitol.
|8-24-03 Nelson Slagle, Gene Slagle,
Jimmy Carter, Roslyn Carter and Emily Slagle after Jimmy Carter taught
Sunday School at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Georgia.
RONALD W. REAGAN - TERM
1981-1989 - B: 1911 D: 2004 - VP GEORGE BUSH
Reagan was born in an apartment above the bank in the picture in
||6-07 Mural on side of building that
Reagan's farther worked and the family lived during his youth in Tampico,
Illinois. This is across the street and a half block down from
the birth apartment.
Four movie posters in gift shop next to bank building where Ronald
Reagan was born. Reagan was in 53 movies.
Home where Reagan lived from 1920 to 1923 in Dixon, Illinois
Sign in front of home where Reagan lived in Dixon, Illinois
Statute of Ronald Reagan beside home in Dixon, Illinois
| 12-92 Signatures of first six Presidents
displayed at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.
||12-92 Replica of the Oval Office at
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. Library
was closed for 10 months to revise exhibits. Celebrating 100
year anniversary of Reagans birth in 2011.
||3- 2011 Piece of Berlin wall at Ronald
Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.
Reagan was the oldest President
to take the oath of office at 69 and 73 for his second term.
Reagan's tomb behind Reagan Library & Museum
Presidents at opening of Reagan Library: Gerald Ford, Richard
Nixon, George H. W. Bush, Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter.
GEORGE H. W. BUSH - TERM
1989-1993 - B: 1924 D:
- VP DAN QUAYLE
Queen of England with Bush
|1983 George H. W. Bush and extended
family including grandchildren. Barbara and George H. W. sitting
on couch. George W. Bush (son and 43rd President) and his wife,
Laura are right two in back row.
||Six President wife's as follows in about
1980: Standing: Nancy Reagan and Barbara Bush. Seated: Lady
Bird Johnson, Pat Nixon, Roslyn Carter and Betty Ford:
|10-99 President George Bush Presidential
Library and Museum in College Station, Texas
BILL CLINTON - TERM
1993-2001 - B: 1946 D:
- VP AL GORE
Bill Clinton Hillary & Bill Clinton Bill Clinton & George H. W. Bush
|9-19-06 Front and side of Clinton's
boyhood home from age 1 to 4 in Hope, Arkansas
||9-19-06 Front of Bill Clinton's boyhood
home from 4-7 years of age in Hope Arkansas.
|9-20-06 Bill Clinton's Presidential
Library & Museum in Little Rock, Arkansas
||9-20-06 Second floor exhibits.
Half of the exhibits were on the 3rd floor and the 4th floor was President
9-20-06 Replica of Oval Office in Clinton Library
GEORGE W. BUSH - TERM
2001-2008 - B: 1946 D:
- VP DICK CHENEY
Queen of England with Bush
|4-25-13 Several articles and pictures
of the dedication of the George W. Bush Library in Dallas, Texas
4-25-13 Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Laura Bush, and
Michelle Obama at dedication of George W. Bush Presidential
4-25-13 Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George
Bush, Sr., Security and Jimmy Carter at dedication of George
W. Bush Presidential Library.
4-25-13 George Bush Sr., Barack Obama, George W. Bush,
Bill Clinton, and Jimmy Carter at dedication of George
W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas, Texas
BARACK OBAMA - TERM 2009-
VP JOE BIDEN B: 11-10-1942
Clinton & Obama
| 11-1-08 Joe Biden speaking with
wife watching at Biden rally at Marion Harding High School in Marion,
Ohio three days prior to election
||11-1-08 Nelson Slagle and Joe
Biden at Biden rally at Marion Harding High School in Marion,
|11-2-08 Barack Obama speaks before
60,000 in rally in Columbus, Ohio two days prior to being elected
||May 1, 2011 Barack Obama and rest
of National Security Team in the Situation Room in the White House watching
via live video feed the raid on Osama Bin Laden's compound in Pakistan.
Osama Bin Laden was killed in raid. Seated are VP Joe
Biden, President Barack Obama, Admiral Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs; Unk, Hillary Clinton,
Secretary of State; and Robert Gates, Secretary of Defense. Standing are: Unk Unk William
Dailey, Chief of Staff; Tom Donilon, National Security Adviser
; Unk Anti Counter Terrorim and
John Brennan, Counter-Terroism Chief.
|May 7, 2009 Five
Presidents at White House. George H. W. Bush, Barack Obama,
George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter.
|NOTE: There have been
16 Democratic presidents, 2 presidents with no parties, 2 Federalist
presidents, 4 Whig
presidents, 5 Democratic-Republican
presidents and 18 Republican presidents.
|50- PRESIDENT TRIVIA QUIZ - TEST YOUR TRIVIA KNOWLEDGE BY TAKING THIS QUIZ.
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Intense: President Obama watches the mission unfold at the White House along with (left) Vice President Joe Biden, (right) Defense Secretary Robert Gates, and (second right) Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, alongside other Security staff, including (back left) Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Admiral Mike Mullen, (back without a tie) National Security Adviser Tom Donilon, and (back right, white shirt) Counter-Terrorism chief John Brennan U.S. President Barack Obama and his staff followed the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound minute by minute via live video feed in the White House situation room, and there was relief when the commandos, including members of the Navy’s elite Seals unit, stormed the compound.
52- SORT BY PRESIDENT
|51-56 Details of President including height, weight, college, occupation, religion, military rank, electoral college vote, opposition candidate, etc.|
|53- SORT BY BIRTH
|54- SORT BY COLLEGE
|55- SORT BY MILITARY
|56- SORT BY RELIGION
|57- RANKING OF PRESIDENTS (AVG OF 17 POLLS)|
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