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William Henry Harrison died of pneumonia in 1841, only 31 days into his term.
Again, William Henry Harrison has this distinction.
James Buchanan was the only president who remained a lifelong bachelor.
The Petticoat affair and Teapot Dome scandal were real. The War Chest episode, not so much.
Second President John Adams was the father of sixth President John Quincy Adams. William Henry Harrison was Benjamin Harrison's grandfather, and the Roosevelts were fifth cousins.
Many vice presidents have moved up after the death of the president, but Van Buren and Bush were the only two to run for election while they were vice president.
Reagan was married to Jane Wyman before he married Nancy Reagan.
John Tyler had 15 kids over 45 years.
Clinton and Johnson were both impeached by the House but acquitted by the Senate. Nixon resigned before he could be impeached.
Johnson wasn't on board with his party's plans for Reconstruction, and he blocked the enforcement of some congressional acts. The last straw was when he tried to dismiss his secretary of war, in open defiance of the Tenure of Office Act, which required congressional approval for dismissal of certain Cabinet members.
Zachary Taylor was the 12th president, and James Madison was the fourth president.
The stock market crashed only seven months after Hoover became president.
Taft left office in 1908, and Warren G. Harding appointed him as chief justice in 1921.
John Quincy Adams had a much more politically active post-presidency life than most, serving nine terms as a representative from Massachusetts.
Wilson held a doctorate in political science and history from Johns Hopkins University.
JFK was 43 years and 7 months old when he was inaugurated.
Roosevelt took office at 42 years and 10 months old, but he wasn't elected — he took office after President McKinley was assassinated.
Andrew Johnson truly climbed the governmental ladder to the presidency.
In addition to his presidential term and stint as chief justice of the Supreme Court, Taft also served as secretary of war.
Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley and Kennedy were all killed in office.
Jackson, FDR, Truman, Ford and Reagan all survived assassination attempts while in office.
Reagan was the only one to be wounded by a would-be assassin. He suffered a punctured lung and internal bleeding when John Hinckley Jr. shot him.
Reagan was 69 years old when he was elected.
Madison stood 5 feet, 4 inches (163 centimeters) and weighed only 100 pounds (45 kilograms).
Taft weighed in at about 330 pounds (150 kilograms) but lost 150 of those after his presidency.
Lincoln stood 6 feet, 4 inches (193 centimeters) tall.
Former rivals Adams and Jefferson both died on July 4, 1826, the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
Cleveland owned up to the scandal but claimed the child wasn't biologically his. A 2011 book alleges that Cleveland date-raped the mother 10 years before he became president.
Andrew Jackson was "Old Hickory," Teddy Roosevelt was a Rough Rider, and Zachary Taylor was "Old Rough and Ready."
Tyler and Wilson both got married while in office but not at the White House. Cleveland married Frances Folsom there in 1886.