The 46 US Presidents in Order
The 46 US presidents in order are listed below in chronological order. Each one has their picture and name below it. In order not to create a duplicate list, the picture for Grover Cleveland is not shown. If you want a list of all 46 presidents, you can print it out by clicking the button below. Or you can just look at the list and make your own by following the instructions provided at the bottom of the page.
George H.W. Bush
He became the 41st President of the United States after serving as Vice President under Ronald Reagan from 1981 to 1989. Before becoming President, Bush served as the Republican National Committee chairman, the Chief of U.S. Liaison Office in Beijing, and Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. A decorated naval aviator, Bush was known for his moderate policies and diplomatic savvy. He died on January 30, 1993.
Harry S. Truman
During his first term, Truman was not only the youngest president in history, but he was also the only president born after the Civil War who did not receive a college degree. In the early 1920s, he attended a Kansas City law school and then enlisted in the Missouri National Guard. However, during a physical, his eyesight was deemed unacceptable. He overcame this by secretly memorizing an eye chart.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Dwight D. Eisenhower served as the commanding general of the Allied forces during World War II. He was also responsible for obtaining a peace treaty in Korea and easing Cold War tensions. Eisenhower was born in Texas in 1890 and grew up in Abilene, Kansas. While attending high school, he excelled in sports, and later was appointed to the United States Military Academy in West Point. He married Mamie Geneva Doud in 1916.
John F. Kennedy
Born in Brookline, Massachusetts, John F. Kennedy was the 35th president of the United States and the son of Joseph Patrick and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy. He and his wife, Jacqueline, were both popular pop stars and were responsible for much of the restoration of the White House. The Kennedys had two children, Caroline Kennedy (born in 1957) and John F. Jr., in 1960. He inherited his father’s political career and led the country into a turbulent period. Many Americans believed that war with the Soviet Union was imminent.
William J. Clinton
Bill Clinton was born August 19, 1946, in Hope, Arkansas. He is the son of a traveling salesman. His mother, Virginia Dell Cassidy, left him with her parents when he was young and married a car dealer, Roger Clinton. His mother also had a son named Raymond, who later became the president of the United States. As a young boy, Bill developed his political aspirations and adopted the last name Clinton. He eventually changed his last name to Bill Clinton when he was 14.