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Acquited from treason charges... killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel. 3rd Vice President of the United States. His father Aaron Burr, Sr. was the second President of Princton University.
Father of Adlai Stevenson II, unsuccessful Dem candidate for President in 1952 and 1956
Unsuccessful candidate for the Presidency in 2000.
Later as President, Johnson was impeached, tried and acquited.
Succeeded to the Presidency upon the death of Harding on Aug 2, 1923
Charles Curtis was American Indian by his mother from the Kaw tribe.
Wrote "Melody In A" which was the music for Tommy Edward's hit song in 1958 "All In The Game". Dawes wrote the music in 1912. His greatgrandfather was William Dawes who rode to warn the colonists on 4-18-1775 in conjunction with Paul Revere.
Succeeded to the Presidency at the assassination of Garfield, July 2, 1881
Died in office, Nov. 23, 1814
Died in office, April 20, 1812
Acted as President under the provisions of the 25th Amendment
Succeeded to the Presidency at the resignation of Nixon after the Watergate scandal.
Succeeded to the Presidency upon the death of Roosevelt in 1945
Was sworn in as VP nine days before the President
Succeeded to Presidency at the death of Harrison, the shortest term in history
Succeeded to the Presidency upon the assassination of Kennedy, Nov 22, 1963
Became VP under provisions of the 25th Amendment
Succeeded to the Presidency upon the assassination of McKinley, Sept. 6, 1901
Jefferson and Adams died the same day, July 4, 1826.
The only Vice President to be sworn in outside the U.S. (in Havana, Cuba)
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