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James Abram Garfield served as the 20th President of the United States, after completing nine consecutive terms in the U.S. House of Representatives. Presidential Term, March 5, 1881 – September 19, 1881.

James Abram Garfield served as the 20th President of the United States, after completing nine consecutive terms in the U.S. House of Representatives. Presidential Term, March 5, 1881 – September 19, 1881.

Still of David Morse as President Washington and Paul Giamatti as John Adams in John Adams (2008)

Still of David Morse as President Washington and Paul Giamatti as John Adams in John Adams (2008)

John Quincy Adams - 6th President of U.S. - son of John Adams, (2nd President). He served as Secretary of State under James Monroe, and is regarded as one of the greatest diplomats in American history.  He reportedly had the highest IQ of any American President.  He died in 1848 at the age of 81.

John Quincy Adams - 6th President of U.S. - son of John Adams, (2nd President). He served as Secretary of State under James Monroe, and is regarded as one of the greatest diplomats in American history. He reportedly had the highest IQ of any American President. He died in 1848 at the age of 81.

2nd President John Adams ~ The feeble old stout held it out until the age if 91, becoming the last surviving person to sign the Declaration of Independence. He lived for 8 more years after his wife's death in 1818, dying the same day as his friend Thomas Jefferson died, both on the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration. Moments before the crusty old guarder's death, he mumbled the words "Thomas Jefferson survives!"; not knowing his friend had died earlier that morning.

2nd President John Adams ~ The feeble old stout held it out until the age if 91, becoming the last surviving person to sign the Declaration of Independence. He lived for 8 more years after his wife's death in 1818, dying the same day as his friend Thomas Jefferson died, both on the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration. Moments before the crusty old guarder's death, he mumbled the words "Thomas Jefferson survives!"; not knowing his friend had died earlier that morning.

The oldest photograph of a U.S. President: Remarkable 1843 image of John Quincy Adams. . . that he called 'hideous'   This picture of John Quincy Adams was bought for 50 cents in an antique shop. It was taken in 1843

The oldest photograph of a U.S. President: Remarkable 1843 image of John Quincy Adams. . . that he called 'hideous'

The oldest photograph of a U.S. President: Remarkable 1843 image of John Quincy Adams. . . that he called 'hideous' This picture of John Quincy Adams was bought for 50 cents in an antique shop. It was taken in 1843

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