January 30, 1882
FDR was the 32nd US President, serving from 1933-1945. He is well known for leading America through The Great Depression and WWII.
February 6, 1911
Ronald Wilson Reagan was an American politician, union leader, and actor who served as the 40th president of the United States from 1981 to 1989.
February 12, 1809
Abraham Lincoln was a famous 16th president of the US who is remembered for his assassination in 1865.
March 16, 1751
James Madison Jr. was a Founding Father and the 4th President of the U.S., known as the "Father of the Constitution" for writing/promoting it.
April 13, 1743
Thomas Jefferson was a Founding Father, lawyer, and President of the U.S. (1801-1809).
April 27, 1822
Ulysses S. Grant was a military officer, politician and 18th US President who is famous for leading the Union Army to victory in the American Civil War.
May 29, 1917
JFK was an American politician who served as president from 1961-1963; he was the youngest person elected and left office when he was assassinated.
June 14, 1946
Donald Trump is an American politician, businessman and media personality who served as President from 2017-2021.
July 6, 1946
George Walker Bush is an American politician from the Republican Party and Bush family, who served as president from 2001 to 2009.
August 4, 1961
Barack Obama is an African-American politician who served as the 44th US President (2009-2017).
August 10, 1874
Herbert Hoover was a Republican president during the Great Depression.
August 19, 1946
William Jefferson Clinton is an American politician and 42nd president of the US (1993-2001). He had a career in Arkansas as governor and attorney general.
August 27, 1908
Lyndon Johnson was the 36th US President (1963-1969); he is often remembered by his initials, LBJ.
September 15, 1857
William Howard Taft was the 27th US president and 10th Chief Justice, making him the only person to ever have held both positions.
October 4, 1822
Rutherford Birchard Hayes was a U.S. politician who served as the 19th president of the United States from 1877-1881.
October 14, 1890
Dwight Eisenhower was the 34th President of the USA and a five-star General in WWII, remembered for his Supreme Command.
October 27, 1858
Teddy Roosevelt Jr. was an American politician, statesman, soldier and writer who served as the 26th US president from 1901-1909.
November 20, 1942
Joe Biden is the 46th president of U.S., former Vice President and Delaware senator (1973-2009).
November 24, 1784
Zachary Taylor was a career military officer who served as president and became a hero for his victories in the Mexican-American War.
December 28, 1856
Thomas Woodrow Wilson, a Democrat, was the 28th president of the US and previously held roles as Princeton U. President and NJ governor.
December 29, 1808
Andrew Johnson was the 17th US President, succeeding Abraham Lincoln after his assassination. He is remembered for his role in ending the Civil War on the National Union ticket.