Millennium History

History of North America

  • Andrew Jackson, Seventh President of the United States

    According to a census conducted in 1830, the population of the United States exceeded 12 million. In 1790, there were 4 million people, so it will be tripled in about 40 years. It was Andrew Jackson who became president at a time when such population and territory were growing. Heroes of the War

  • Eighth President of the United States! Martin Van Buren

    I think Im a big world history enthusiast, but I first learned the name Martin Van Buren when I wrote this blog. It seems that the era from the American Revolutionary War to the Civil War is called the Jackson era, but the president from Jackson to Lincoln actually has little achievement to say th

  • The term of office is the shortest in history! 9th President of the United States William Harrison

    When William Harrison became president, he was 68 years old and died in a month in office. Therefore, he has no achievements. Born into a Virginia politician family The William Harrison family has produced a number of leading Virginia politicians, with his father Benjamin Harrison being the

  • John Tyler, 10th President of the United States

    He was the first person in American history to become president of the United States without an election, and his reputation is generally low for John Tyler, the tenth president of the United States. A leading family in Vernisia The United States is a country created by a coalition of British co

  • James Knox Polk, 11th President of the United States

    James Knox Polk is the President of the United States who survived a very difficult time. During his term, a gold rush occurred, experiencing several historically significant events such as the victory of the Mexican-American War and the establishment of Walker tariffs. President from Southern N

  • Zachary Taylor, Twelfth President of the United States

    Zachary Taylor has 40 years of Army service experience and is also known as the last president of the United States to own slaves, but he takes a relatively modest position when it comes to slavery. Was there. His term was very short, one year and four months, which was the third shortest term in

  • Thirteenth President of the United States Millard Fillmore

    The second president in history to become president from Vice President, the president who sent Perry to Japan, and the president who has never been popular in history. President made up of extreme poverty Compared to oriental history, there are few people in western history who were born in one

  • Franklin Pierce, 14th President of the United States

    The unpopular president continues. Among the successive presidents of the United States, the unpopular presidents are concentrated in the presidents from Andrew Jackson to Theodore Roosevelt for about 100 years. At this time, America was developing rapidly. However, from an international point o

  • The life of John Nash, a genius mathematician who became a model for the movie A Beautiful Mind

    I just saw Beautiful Mind. As of June 2019, when this article is written, it can be seen on Amazon Prime, so if you havent seen it yet, please take a look. From the impression of Beautiful Mind The life of John Nash Thinking about John Nashs life From the impression of Beautiful Mind

  • The least popular president in American history! 15th James Buchanan

    Americans are as fond of rankings as Japanese people, and they want to give a popularity ranking to everything, but among them, the popularity rankings of successive presidents are very intriguing. It seems that the 1st place really breaks. Franklin Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, Lincoln, Kennedy,

  • Was Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, so great?

    World history textbooks come from several publishers, but none of them do not have Lincolns name on them. Not only does it appear in high school world history, but also in junior high school history textbooks, Lincolns name appears in elementary school textbooks, which are primary education. Linco

  • Andrew Johnson, the 17th President of the United States, who carried out reactionary politics

    Lincoln and Kennedy are said to have many things in common, but perhaps the strangest sign was that they were assassinated during his term and that his Vice President was named Johnson. What kind of person was Andrew Johnson, who became president after Lincolns death? President from the South

  • Civil War hero! 18th President of the United States Ulysses Grant

    Since the first president, George Washington, many American presidents are war heroes or lawyers. Ulysses Grant, the 18th president of the United States immediately after the Civil War, is probably the representative of the former. Civil War Hero Ulysses Grant (Ulysses is an English reading

  • Assassinated 20th President of the United States James Garfield

    Personally, Garfield reminds me of an anecdote written in an old red book. Its a story that Garfield had a classmate who couldnt win, and he was able to outperform his grades as a result of studying every day until the lights in his classmates house went out. Unfortunately, Garfield was unable to

  • Rutherford B. Hayes, 19th President of the United States

    The latter half of the 19th century was a turbulent century when new nations such as Germany, Italy and Japan were born, and France and Britain embarked on imperialism. In this era, the United States was in a period of high economic growth called the Kinpika era, and it was Rutherford, the 18th Pres

  • 21st President of the United States Chester A. Arthur

    The President of the United States has a hard time. And more than that, its a life-threatening mission. Several presidents were assassinated in the United States. The 20th President Garfield was one such person, and Chester Alan Arthur became the 21st President of the United States after he was assa

  • 22nd and 24th Presidents of the United States Clover Cleveland

    There are a large number of people who have served as President of the United States for two consecutive terms. However, Clover Greebrand is the only one who has served as president of the United States for the second term, not for the second consecutive term. Cleveland before becoming president

  • Benjamin Harrison, 23rd President of the United States, who became a compliant industrial capitalist

    After the Civil War, the President of the United States was mostly from the victorious North or Republican Party, but according to the law of corrupting power, the President and Congressmen of the Republican Party were associated with industrial capitalists and lost their support. As a result, Democ

  • William McKinley, 25th President of the United States of America, who caused the Spanish-American War

    The frontier of the Americas as seen by whites disappeared in the 1890s. Still, the theory of expansion does not stop, and the United States will expand overseas in search of further territory. William McKinley is a president who symbolizes such American imperialism. The Last Civil War President

  • Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States

    In Americas 300-year history, the popularity with Theodore Roosevel is sure to be among the top five. In fact, Theodore Roosevelt is generally a high-ranking regular in the popularity polls of successive American presidents by Americans who like rankings. Lets take a look at the 26th President o

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