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Every nickname of an American President! Why? Because YOU were too lazy!
Published June 13, 2011 More Info »
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Published June 13, 2011

The 1700s

I decided to look up some nicknames for other Presidents. I have found the following: George Washington 1789 Father of Our Country John Adams 1797 Father of the Navy

The 1800s

Thomas Jefferson 1801 Father of the Declaration of Independence James Madison 1809 Father of the Constitution James Monroe 1817 James the Lesser John Quincy Adams 1825 Old Man Eloquent Andrew Jackson 1829 Old Hickory Martin Van Buren 1837 Old Kinderhook William H. Harrison 1841 Old Tippecanoe John Tyler, Jr. 1841 His Accidency James Knox Polk 1845 Young Hickory Zachary Taylor 1849 Old Rough and Ready Millard Fillmore 1850 The Accidental President Franklin Pierce 1853 The Fainting General James Buchanan 1857 The Sage of Wheatland Abraham Lincoln 1861 Honest Abe Andrew Johnson 1865 Sir Veto Ulysses S. Grant 1869 Unconditional Surrender Grant Rutherford B. Hayes 1877 The Usurper James A. Garfield 1881 The Preacher President Chester A. Arthur 1881 The Gentleman Boss Grover Cleveland 1885/1893 The Perpetual Candidate Benjamin Harrison 1889 Young Tippecanoe William McKinley 1897 The Major


Theodore Roosevelt 1901 The Rough Rider William Howard Taft 1909 Big Bill Woodrow Wilson 1913 The Schoolmaster in Politics Warren G. Harding 1921 Wobbly Warren Calvin Coolidge 1923 Silent Cal Herbert Hoover 1929 The Great Engineer Franklin D. Roosevelt 1933 FDR Harry S Truman 1945 Give ‘em Hell Harry Dwight D. Eisenhower 1953 Ike John F. Kennedy 1961 JFK Lyndon B. Johnson 1963 LBJ Richard M. Nixon 1969 Tricky Dick Gerald Ford 1974 Jerry James Carter 1977 Jimmuh Ronald Reagan 1981 The Gipper George H.W. Bush 1989 Poppy William “Bill” J. Clinton 1993 Bubba


George W. Bush 2001 DubyaBarrack Obama 2008  Mr. President! Cannot verify the validity of Harding's wobble.