Barack Obama is our 44rd president, but there actually have only been 43 presidents: Cleveland was elected for two nonconsecutive terms and is counted twice, as our 22nd and 24th president.
The oldest president inaugurated was Reagan (age 69); the youngest was Kennedy (age 43). Theodore Roosevelt, however, was the youngest man to become president--he was 42 when he succeeded McKinley, who had been assassinated.
The tallest president was Lincoln at 6'4"; at 5'4", Madison was the shortest.
James Buchanan was the only president never to marry.
Eight Presidents died in office: William H. Harrison (after having served only one month), Taylor, Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, Harding, F. Roosevelt, and Kennedy.
It is important to know about the people that have helped shape the United States as we know it today. Few individuals have directly contributed to the progression and expansion of the United States on such a scale as the forty-three U.S Presidents. Each President features a personal biography list with information such as date of birth, presidential party, educational background, hobbies, and even the name of their pets. American-Presidents.com offers plenty of information for you to get acquainted which each United States President.
Find out how a President experiences their term in office! For (most) presidents the majority of their time is spent in the White House, often in the Oval Office where most work takes place. They often hold summits or holiday at Camp David and fly on diplomatic missions on Air Force One.