He’s the only president born in New York City, yet millions of New Yorkers have probably never visited Theodore Roosevelt’s birthplace on E. 2oth Street, just off Broadway. The Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace sits in the heart of the city, but it’s actually part of the National Park System. A tour of the large brownstone offers insights into the life of our 26th president as well as the history of New York City.Read More
Happy Birthday to President Andrew Johnson, who became president after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Born on December 29, 1808, our 17th president is also well-known as the first president to be impeached (the impeachment failed by just one vote). Here are some random (and not-so random) facts about the first President JohnsonRead More
Happy Birthday William Howard Taft, born September 15, 1857 in Cincinnati, Ohio. President Taft apparently disliked being president and preferred his post-executive office position as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
In honor of his birthday, here are some random facts about our 27th president.
As we celebrate the birthday of President Benjamin Harrison, here some random and not so random facts about our 23rd president.Read More
As we celebrate the birthday of President John Quincy Adams, here are some random and not-so-random facts about our sixth president.Read More
As we celebrate the birthday of our 41st president, here are some random and not-so-random facts about George H.W. Bush.Read More
Happy Birthday to President John Fitzgerald Kennedy! Our 35th president was born May 29, 1917. Here some facts about JFK.Read More