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Presidents and the Presidency (General)

prez' i dent, the person who holds the office of head of state of the United States government


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The Presidents By Age at Inauguration (Youngest to Oldest)
The Presidents By Post-Term Life Span (Shortest to Longest)
Presidential Birthplaces, By StatePresidential Birthplaces, By State
Of the 50 U.S. states, only 20 of them have given birth to a President. Virginia has given birth to more Presidents than any other state, eight. Ohio is second on the list, with seven.
Presidential Burial Sites, By State
The Term 'First Lady'The Term "First Lady"
Although "First Lady" is now commonly used as an "official" title for the wife of the President of the United States, it has not always been so. The first documented use of the term "First Lady" in reference to the woman in charge of the White House was actually applied to a woman who was never married to a President.
Presidents Who Married Widows
Six Presidents married widows, including three of the first four. Three of them were widowers at the time of the marriage.
Presidents Who Were Widowers
Five Presidents were widowers when they moved into the White House, three became widowers while in office, one was widowed and then remarried prior to being elected President, and two were both widowed and remarried while in office.
Presidents Who Married While In Office
Presidents Who Were Married Twice
Miscellaneous Presidential Marriage Statistics
Sources and Links

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