US diplomat and Democratic politician Senator from New York 1821-1828 chairman of Senate Judiciary Committee 1823-1828 governor of New York 1829 Secretary of State 1829-1831 US ambassador to Britain 1831-1832 vice-president of US 1833-1837 8th president of US 1837-1841 opposed and successfully postponed US annexation of Texas ..
1820 – Julia Gardiner Tyler, born on the 4th of May in East Hampton (town), New York. She was second wife of John Tyler, was First Lady of the United States. 1835 – She was trained from earliest childhood for a life in society; she made her debut at 15. 1842 – Her family went ..
1790 – Born on March 29th in Charles City county, Virginia. The 10th president of the United States who took office upon the death of President William Henry Harrison. A maverick Democrat who refused allegiance to the program of party leader Andrew Jackson, Tyler was rejected in office by both the Democratic Party and the ..
English rebel leader and spokesman of Peasant's Revolt 1381 &nb..
US Democratic politician 1922-1924 – Judge of Eastern District of Jackson County, Missouri. 1926-1934 – Presiding judge of Jackson County, Missouri. 1935-1945 – Senator from Missouri. 1945 – Vice-president of US. 1945-1953 – The 33rd president of US. 1945 – Ordered atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. 1947 ..
Liberian rebel leader and politician helped overthrow Samuel Doe 1990 guerrilla leader in Liberian civil war 1991-1996 member of transitional Executive Council of State of Liberia 1996-1997 elected president in free multiparty election 1997 president of Liberia 1997-2003 Indicted by United NAtions backed Special Court for Sierra Leone 2003 ..
1933 – Born in Kelkan, Iraq. 1946 – Formed a Kurdish student association in secret. 1953 – He was allowed to enter law school. He originally wished to be admitted to a medical school but was denied. 1956 – Hid and escaped his arrest for being the founder and Secretary Genereal of ..
1857 – Born on September 15th in Cincinnati, Ohio. Twenty-seventh President of the United States and the first American president buried in Arlington National Cemetery. 1874 – William Howard Taft attended the public schools of Cincinnati, graduated at the Woodward High School of that city, and in the autumn entered Yale College, where he took ..
1936 – Born in Mbeni is an island in the Indian Ocean off the cost of Africa. 1970 – He became Minister of Development under the second government of Said Ibrahim Ben Ali (Chief Minister of the Comoros). 1971 – He became Minister of Education in Comoros island in the Indian Ocean off the ..
1861 – Helen Louise Herron Taft, born on the 2nd of June in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was wife of William Howard Taft, was First Lady of the United States. 1879 – She met William Taft at a sledding party at age 18. 1886 – Married to William Howard Taft. 1909 – 1913 – She was ..