George Washington[1st President ]

George Washington - Wikipedia

George Washington was born in 1732 into a family of growers in Virginia, he learned the morals, ethics, and knowledge necessary for an 18th-century Virginia gentleman. Appointed a colonel in 1754, he fought the first clash of what happened in the French-Indian War. The following year, as an aide to General Edward Braddock, he survived, although four bullets tore his shirt and two horses were shot under him. Washington was happy to retire in less than three years at Mount Vernon. He died of a throat infection on December 14, 1799. The nation mourned him for months.

John Adams[2nd President ]

John Adams - Wikipedia

Adams was born in Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1735. John Adams was an American statesman, author, diplomat, lawyer, and founding father who served as the second President of the United States from 1797 to 1801. Prior to his presidency, he was the leader of the American Revolution, which gained independence from Britain. Adam retired to his farm in Quincy. Here he wrote his solemn letter to Thomas Jefferson. Here, on July 4, 1826, he whispered his last words, “Thomas Jefferson is alive.” But Jefferson died in Monticello hours earlier.

Thomas Jefferson[3rd President]

Thomas Jefferson - Wikipedia

Thomas Jefferson was born in 1743 in Albemarle County, Virginia, inherited from his father as a grower and surveyor of about 5,000 acres, and from his mother, Randolph, of high social status. He was an American statesman, diplomat, lawyer, architect, philosopher, and founding father of the United States, serving as the third President of the United States from 1801 to 1809. Jefferson retired in Monticello to meditate on projects such as his amazing design for the University of Virginia. He died on July 4, 1826.

James Madison[4th President]

James Madison's Zigzag Path - The New York Times

James Madison was born in 1751, Madison was brought up in Orange County, Virginia, and attended Princeton. James Madison was an American diplomat and the founding father of the fourth President of the United States from 1809 to 1817. In his retirement at Montpelier, his estate in Orange County, Virginia, Madison spoke out against the influence of disruptive state rights, which by 1830 threatened to destroy the federal state. He died in 1836.

James Monroe[5th President]


Knowing the Presidents: James Monroe | America's Presidents: National Portrait Gallery

James Monroe was born in 1758 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Monroe attended Mary and William College, fought with differences in the Continental Army and practiced law in Virginia, Fredericksburg. Monroe died in 1831.

John Quincy Adams[6th President]

Portrait of John Quincy Adams - Diplomatic Reception Rooms, U.S. Department of State



John Quincy Adams was born in 1767. Adams led a commission that negotiated the Ghent Treaty of 1814, which ended the 1812 war with Britain. His appointment as Secretary of State in the United Kingdom from 1815 to 1817 ensured that he would be at the center of ongoing efforts to improve Anglo-US relations. John Quincy was died in 1848.

Andrew Jackson[7th President]

Andrew Jackson and the Common Man

Andrew Jackson was born in the Carolinas in 1767, in a backwoods settlement in the Carolinas in 1767. he received sporadic education. A lieutenant general in the 1812 war, Jackson became a national hero when he defeated the British in New Orleans. In 1824 a number of state political groups gathered around Jackson. In 1828 enough joined the “Old Hickory” to win several state elections and federal administration in Washington. His favorite, Van Buren, became vice president and continued as chairman when “Old Hickory” retired to the Hermitage, where he died in June 1845.