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  Democratic Republican Federalist Notable events
    President Vice President Vice  
    1. Adam Burr
2. George Clinton 

  1. George Clinton
2. Elbridge Gerry
3. Speaker house of representatives
    Daniel Tompkins      
    John Caldwell Calhoun       
    John Caldwell Calhoun
    Richard Mentor Johnson     1837 Land speculation
/bank crash
    George Mifflin Dallas     1846 Border with canada settled with England
1848 New Mexico and California ceded by Mexico
    William Rufus King      
    John Cabell Breckinridge      
Hannibal Hamlin

        1862 Civil war

18 December 1865

Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution Slavery abolished


1868 end of Civil war

1,030,000 casualties (3% of the population),

including about 620,000 soldier deaths

two-thirds by disease

Based on 1860 census figures,

8% of all white males aged 13 to 43 died in the war,

including 6% in the North and 18% in the South.

About 56,000 soldiers died in prisons during the Civil War

Schuyler Colfax

Henry Wilson

William Almon Wheeler          
Thomas F. Bayard
David Davis
F. Edmunds
    Thomas Andrews Hendricks     1892 depression
Levi Parsons Morton          
    Adlai Ewing Stevenson      
Garret A. Hobart
Charles Warren Fairbanks          
James Schoolcraft Sherman          
    Thomas Riley Marshall     1914-1918
1st WW
        1920  - the first election where woman participate
Charles Gates Dawes          
Charles Curtis         1929 the great depression
    John Nance Garner

Henry Agard Wallace

2nd WW
    Alben William Barkley     1945 Atomic bomb on Hiroshima
    Hubert Horatio Humphrey      
Spiro Theodore Agnew
Nelson Rockefeller          
    Walter Mondale      
James Danforth Quale          
    Albert Arnold Gore      
Richard Bruce Cheney          
    Joe Bidden      
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