U.S. Presidents

Electronic Era Presidential Firsts
It was just 8 days after he was inaugurated that President Franklin Roosevelt gave his first national radio address, speaking directly from the White House. The U.S. was at the lowest point of the Great Depression with between 25 and 33 percent of Americans unemployed. The country was worried and Ro…
Presidential Firsts
George Washington was the first President to be on a postage stamp. His face is also on the $1 bill and the quarter.
John Adams was the first President to live in the White House. Mrs. Adams hung her wash in the East Room.
Who Is The Most Popular President In Modern History?
Who is your favorite president?  It seems that over time, long deceased presidents gain more popularity with Americans.  My favorite of all time was Ronald Reagan, but he only came in number two in a new poll just released.  Top honors went to John F. Kennedy.