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List of presidents

Parties
No party

N
o.
[n

Federalist

President

Democratic-Republican

Took
office

Left office

Democratic

Party

1]

George
Washingt
April 30,
on
1789
(1732

March 4,
1797

1799)

(1735
1826)

March 4,
1797

Republican

Ter
Previous
m
office
[n 1]

Commande
(1789 r-in-Chief
of the
)
Independent
Continental
[14]
Army
2
(1792
(1775
)
1783)

Vice
President

[11][12][13]

John
Adams

Whig

March 4,
1801

3
Federalist

(1796
)

Vice
President

John
Adams

Thomas
Jefferson

[15][16][17]

4
3

Thomas
Jefferson March 4,
(1743
1801
1826)

March 4,
1809

DemocraticRepublican

(1800
)

5
(1804
)

[18][19][20]

Aaron
Burr
Vice
President

George
Clinton
George
Clinton[n
2]

6
James
Madison
4

(1751
1836)

(1808
)

March 4,
1809

March 4,
1817

March 4,
1809
April 20,
1812

Secretary vacant[n 3]
of State
April 20,
(1801 1812 March
4, 1813
1809)
Elbridge
Gerry[n 2]

DemocraticRepublican

[21][22][23]

7
(1812
)

March 4,
1813
November
23, 1814

vacant[n 3]

November
23, 1814
March 4,
1817

8
James
Monroe
5

(1758
1831)

March 4,
1817

March 4,
1825

[24][25][26]

(1816
)

Secretary
Democraticof State
Republican 9
(1811
(1820
1817)

Daniel D.
Tompkins

John
Quincy
Adams
(1767
1848)

March 4,
1825

March 4,
1829

Democratic- 10
(1824
Republican
)

[27][28][29]

Secretary
of State
(1817
1825)

John C.
Calhoun

John C.
Calhoun[n
4]

Andrew
Jackson
7

(1767
1845)

11
March 4,
1829

March 4,
1837

Democratic

(1828
)

[30][31][32]

U.S.
Senator
(1823
1825)

(1832
)

(1782
1862)

March 4,
1837

March 4,
1841

vacant[n 3]
December 28,
1832 March
4, 1833

Martin
Van
Buren

12

Martin
Van
Buren

March 4,
1829
December
28, 1832

13

Vice
Democratic (1836
President
)

Richard
Mentor
Johnson

[33][34][35]

William
Henry
Harrison
(1773
1841)

March 4,
1841

April 4,
1841

Whig

[n 2]

[36][37][38]

10

John

April 4,

March 4,

Whig
April 4, 1841

Minister to
Colombia
14
(1828
(1840
1829)
)
Vice

John
Tyler

vacant[n 3]

[n

Tyler

5]

(1790
1862)

1841

1845

September 13, 1
841 March 4,
1845

James K.
Polk
March 4,
(1795
1845
1849)

March 4,
1849

[42][43][44]

Zachary
Taylor
12

(1784
1850)

President

no party[n 6]

[39][40][41]

11

September 13, 1
841

March 4,
1849

July 9,
1850

Governor
of
15
Democratic (1844 Tennessee
)
(1839
1841)

George
M. Dallas

U.S. Army
Major
general

Millard
Fillmore

Vice
President

vacant[n 3]

Whig

[n 2]

[45][46][47]

16
(1848
)

Millard
Fillmore
13

(1800
1874)

July 9,
1850

March 4,
1853

Whig

[48][49][50]

William
R. King[n
2]

Franklin
Pierce
14

(1804
1869)

March 4,
1853

March 4,
1857

[51][52][53]

17
Democratic (1852
)

U.S.
Senator
(1837
1842)

March 4,
1853
April 18,
1853

vacant[n 3]
April 18,
1853 March
4, 1857

15

James
Buchana
n
(1791
1868)
[54][55][56]

March 4,
1857

March 4,
1861

United
States
Minister
to
18
Democratic (1856 the United
)
Kingdom
(1853
1856)

John C.
Breckinri
dge

16

Abraham
Lincoln March 4,
(1809
1861
1865)

19
Republican (1860
April 15,
1865
[n 7]

Republican
National
[n 8]
Union

[57][58][59]

U.S.
Representat
ive (1847
1849)

Hannibal
Hamlin
Andrew
Johnson

20
Andrew
Johnson
17

(1808
1875)

Democratic
April 15,
1865

March 4,
1869

(1864
)

National
[n 8]
Union;
[n 9]

Vice
President

[n 3]

no party

[60][61][62]

21
(1868
)

18

vacant

Ulysses S.
Grant
March 4,
(1822
1869
1885)

March 4,
1877

[63][64][65]

Schuyler
Colfax

Henry
Commandi
[n 2]
Wilson
ng General
March 4,
of the
1873
Republican
Army
November
22
22, 1875
(1864
(1872
)
1869)
vacant[n 3]
November
22, 1875
March 4,
1877

19

Rutherfo
rd B.
Hayes
(1822
1893)

March 4,
1877

[66][67][68]

James A.
Garfield
20

(1831
1881)
[69][70][71]

March 4,
1881

March 4,
1881

Governor
of Ohio
23
Republican (1876 (18681872
)
& 1876
1877)

William
A.
Wheeler

September
U.S.
24
Chester
19, 1881 Republican (1880 Representat
A. Arthur
[n 7]
)
ive

21

Chester
A.
Arthur September
19, 1881
(1829

March 4,
1885

Vice
President

Republican

vacant[n 3]

1886)
[72][73][74]

Thomas
A.
Hendricks

22

Grover
Clevelan
d
(1837
1908)

[n 2]

March 4,
1885

March 4,
1889

[75][76]

Governor
of New
25
Democratic (1884
York
)
(1883
1885)

March 4,
1885
November
25, 1885

vacant[n 3]
November
25, 1885
March 4,
1889

23

Benjamin
Harrison March 4,
(1833
1889
1901)

26

March 4,
1893

Republican (1888

March 4,
1897

President
Democratic (1892 (1885
)
1889)

[77][78][79]

24

Grover
Clevelan
d
(1837
1908)

March 4,
1893

U.S.
Senator
(1881
1887)

27

Levi P.
Morton

Adlai
Stevenson
I

[75][76]

Garret
Hobart[n 2]

25

William
McKinle
y
(1843
1901)
[80][81][82]

March 4,
1897

28 Governor
September
(1896 of Ohio
14, 1901 Republican
)
(1892
[n 7]
1896)

29

March 4,
1897
November
21, 1899

vacant[n 3]
November
21, 1899
March 4,
1901

Theodore

(1900
)

26

Theodore
Roosevelt September
(1858
14, 1901
1919)

March 4,
1909

Republican

[83][84][85]

30
(1904
)

Roosevelt
vacant[n 3]
Vice
President

Charles
W.
Fairbanks
James S.
Sherman[n

27

William
Howard
Taft
(1857
1930)

2]

March 4,
1909

March 4,
1913

[86][87][88]

Secretary
of War
Republican (1908
(1904
)
1908)
31

March 4,
1909
October 30,
1912

vacant[n 3]
October 30,
1912 March
4, 1913

32

28

Woodro
w Wilson March 4,
(1856
1913
1924)

(1912
)

March 4,
1921

[89][90][91]

29

Warren
G.
Harding
(1865
1923)

March 4,
1921

August 2,
1923

Governor
of New
Democratic
Jersey
33
(1911
(1916
1913)
)

Republican

[n 2]

[92][93][94]

34
(1920
)

U.S.
Senator
(1915
1921)

Thomas
R.
Marshall

Calvin
Coolidge

vacant[n 3]

30

Calvin
Coolidge August 2,
(1872
1923
1933)
[95][96][97]

March 4,
1929

Republican

Vice
(1924 President
35
)

Charles
G. Dawes

Herbert
Hoover
31

(1874
1964)
[98][99][100]

March 4,
1929

March 4,
1933

Secretary
of
36
Republican (1928 Commerce
)
(1921
1928)

Charles
Curtis

37
(1932
)

32

[n 10]
Franklin
Governor
D.
38
of New
Roosevelt March 4, 1 April 12, 1
(1936
945
Democratic )
York
(1882
933
[n 2]
1945)
(1929
[101][102][103
39
1932)
(1940
]

)
(1944
)

Harry S.
Truman
(1884
1972)
[104][105][106

April 12, January 20,


Vice
Democratic 41
1945
1953
(1948 President
)

34

Dwight
42
Supreme
(1952
D.
)
Allied
Eisenhow
January 20,
January
20,
Commande
er
1961
Republican
1953
(1890
[n 11]
43 r Europe
1969)
(1949
(1956
[107][108][109
)
1952)
]
John F.
Kennedy

35

(1917
1963)
[110][111][112

November
January 20,
22, 1963 Democratic 44
1961
[n 7]
(1960

36

Lyndon November January 20, Democratic

Henry A.
Wallace
Harry S.
Truman
vacant[n 3]

40

33

John
Nance
Garner

Alben W.
Barkley

Richard
Nixon

U.S.
Senator
(1953
1960)

Lyndon
B.
Johnson

Vice

vacant[n 3]

B.
Johnson

22, 1963

1969

President
Hubert
Humphre
y

45

(1908
1973)

(1964
)

[113][114]

Spiro
Agnew[n 4]

46
(1968
)

Richard
Nixon
37

(1913
1994)
[115][116][117

January 20,
1969

August 9,
1974

January 20,
1969
October 10,
1973

Vice
President
(1953
1961)

Republican

[n 4]

vacant[n 3]
October 10,
1973
December 6,
1973

Gerald
Ford
December
6, 1973
August 9,
1974

47
(1972
)

vacant[n 3]
August 9,
1974
December 19,
1974

Gerald
Ford
38

(1913
2006)
[118][119][120

August 9, January 20,


Republican
1974
1977

Vice
President

39

40

December
19, 1974
January 20,
1977

Jimmy
Governor
Carter January 20, January 20,
48 of Georgia
(b. 1924)
Democratic (1976
1977
1981
(1971
[121][122][123
)
1975)
]

Ronald
Reagan
(1911
2004)
[124][125][126
]

Nelson
Rockefell
er

Walter
Mondale

49

Governor
of
January 20, January 20,
Republican
California
1981
1989
50
(1967
(1984
1975)
)
(1980
)

George H.
W. Bush

41

George
H. W.
51
Vice
Bush January 20, January 20, Republican (1988
(b. 1924)
1989
1993
President
)

[127][128][129

Dan
Quayle

42

52
(1992 Governor
Bill
) of Arkansas
Clinton January 20, January 20,
(b. 1946)
Democratic
(19791981
1993
2001
[130][131][132
53 & 1983
]
(1996
1992)
)

Al Gore

54

43

George
W. Bush January 20, January 20,
(b. 1946)
Republican
2001
2009
[133][134][135
]

(2000
)

Governor
of Texas
(1995
55
2000)
(2004

Dick
Cheney

56

44

Barack
Obama January 20,
(b. 1961)
Incumbent Democratic
2009
[136][137][138
]

(2008
)

57
(2012
)

U.S.
Senator
(2005
2008)

Joe Biden

Living former presidents


As of June 2013, there are four living former presidents:
President
Term of office
Date of birth
Jimmy Carter
19771981 October 1, 1924 (age 88)
George H. W. Bush 19891993 June 12, 1924 (age 89)
Bill Clinton
19932001 August 19, 1946 (age 66)
George W. Bush
20012009 July 6, 1946 (age 66)
The most recent death of a former president was that of Gerald Ford (19741977) on December
26, 2006, aged 93.