Another life of presidents

 Another life of presidents

History has shown that most US presidents have legal, political, or military experience. But before becoming president, many were involved in very simple and minor tasks in their early lives. At that time their income was also small. However, some of them had an unquenchable desire to become the President of the American Empire from their childhood. Today’s event is about the stories of these heroes who changed the history of America to become president.

Today’s topic of discussion……

1.George Washington

2.John Adams

3.Abraham Lincoln

4.Garfield A. James

5.William Howard Taft

6.Woodrow Wilson

7.Herbert Hoover

8.Franklin D. Roosevelt

9.Jimmy Carter

10.Ronald Reagan

11.Barack Obama

★1.George Washington

The land surveyor was Washington

George Washington was the first president of the United States. His role in the formation of the United States and post-independence countries was immense. At the age of 16, George Washington began his career as a land surveyor in Cenandoa, Virginia. Later, at the age of 17, Washington was hired as a government surveyor in the town of Kalpipa. According to the Department of American Studies, Washington personally owned more than 1,500 acres of land by the age of 21. He later served as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army during the American War of Independence.


He had a colorful political life. Washington was so successful as president that he was considered the father of the United States. He is the only person to be re-elected president by a 100% electoral vote. He was brilliant in his actions. He is admired all over the world for his leadership and qualities. George Washington was born on February 22, 1732, in Virginia, USA. George Washington did not have much opportunity for formal education except to study with a tutor. As a child, Washington dreamed of becoming a soldier. The governor of Virginia once appointed him a soldier. After taking office, Washington vacated the Virginia area.

★2.John Adams

Adams worked as a schoolmaster

John Adams, the leader of the American Revolution. Adams served as the second president in U.S. history. Early in life, Harvard-educated John Adams served as a schoolmaster. After graduation, he worked as a schoolmaster in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. As history has shown, Adams wrote in his personal diary that he was not at all satisfied when he was employed as a schoolmaster. At that time he was suffering from lack of confidence. At the time, he was studying law with an attorney. From time to time Adams would take classes with meritorious students instead of taking classes on his own in order to study smoothly. He later began his career as a lawyer. Adams began his practice in 1758 and eventually became one of Boston’s top attorneys. He was later elected the second president of the United States. He was the first president to live in the White House. The intelligent-patriot Adams was born in October 1735 in Brantry, Queens, Massachusetts.

★3.Abraham Lincoln

Lincoln worked in a stationery store

Born into a very poor family, Abraham Lincoln served as the 16th President of the United States. Lincoln worked as a postmaster early in life. He later worked as a clerk in the General Store. Although it seemed like a small task, it later turned out to be positive for him. His shop in New Salem was a popular hangout in the city. Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, was able to establish friendly relations with almost everyone in the city. Less than six months later, he launched his first political campaign as a legislator for Illinois. During the provincial elections, he was in charge of overseeing the work at the polling stations. Interestingly, Lincoln had a valid license as a liquor store distributor. He was a terrible boxer. He fought in about 300 battles and lost only one. He is also the longest-serving president in US history. He has become immortal in history by banning slavery. Abraham was the first to realize that women should vote. He also established the country’s secret service. The president and lawyer of the United States was born into a poor family. He was self-taught. Behind which his parents have given inspiration.

★4.Garfield A. James

Garfield was the teacher’s preacher

James A. Garfield, the 20th President of the United States.  In 1881 he became the President. He had previously worked as a church preacher for a year.  According to Rough Antrist’s book, Erie Canal, the Ohio shepherd boy worked on one of his cousins’ mule boats in his early life. Working here, he earned eight dollars a month. Garfield was a self-made man who became school president in his mid-20s. Garfield fought for the Union during the American Civil War, and from there he was promoted to Major, General. In 1859, a member of the Republican Party was elected to the Ohio Senate. In 1880, Garfield was nominated by the Republican Party as the US presidential candidate. He was elected president a year later. However, four months after taking office, he was shot dead by an assassin. He is buried in Cleveland. Garfield was born in November 1831 in a log cabin in Ohio, USA.

★5.William Howard Taft

There were lawyers and judges

William Howard Taft was one of the most successful presidents and judges in US history. Who was elected the 28th President of the United States. He was also the tenth judge of the country. He was a lawyer and judge before assuming the presidency of the United States in 1908. After studying law, Taft worked as an assistant prosecutor in his hometown of Ohio. In 1882 he also served as local revenue officer in the city of Ohio. A few years later, in 1890, Taft was appointed a judge of the Superior Court of Ohio. Then I did not have to look back. President Benjamin Harrison appointed Taft as Solicitor General of the United States. Otherwise he was known as just a government representative in the US Supreme Court. He served not only as a lawyer and judge in Ohio, but also as Secretary of War in the U.S. Army in 1904.

★6.Woodrow Wilson

He was a professor and football coach

Thomas Woodrow Wilson was the 28th President of the United States. He served as President of the United States in 1912. Wilson was born in December 1856 in Virginia, USA to a slave family. Born in Virginia, Wilson spent his childhood and adolescence in Augusta, Georgia, South Carolina and Colombia. From an early age, Wilson was reluctant to study. However, he had a keen interest in sports. After receiving his PhD in 1886, he was appointed as a professor at the famous Cornell University in America. However, he was not there as a full-time worker. He was a part-time professor at Cornell University. Prior to that, he worked as a coach at American Bayern Moore College and Wesley University for three years. Wilson worked as a football coach there. Even after being elected president, his love for the game has not diminished. In addition to football, his interest in playing baseball, volleyball and golf was noticeable. From 1902 to 1910 he was president of Princeton University and assistant manager of the Princeton University football team.

★7.Herbert Hoover

Was a geological engineer

Herbert Hoover is the 31st president in the history of the United States. He was a very talented and prudent researcher. Hoover completed his studies in geology in 1895.  According to CNN, Herbert Hoover worked as a mining engineer in his early life. In 1890 he discovered a gold mine in Western Australia. At the age of 23, Hoover was promoted to mine manager. There he was not only a researcher, but also a skilled engineer. He was then appointed Mine Manager. Herbert also served as chief engineer of the Chinese Bureau of Mines and the Chinese Mine Corporation. He dug giant gold mines like Sons of Gallia, Menzies and Kulgardi. He continued his work as a geological engineer till 1908. In 1928, he was hired by the US government as a geological excavation consultant. Herbert Hoover then won the US presidency in 1931. Instead of having to do inhumane work in mining, he later worked as an independent mining consultant.

★8.Franklin D. Roosevelt

The trainee was a lawyer

In the middle of the twentieth century, when the world was devastated by economic recession and war, a central character of the world emerged. He is the 32nd President of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt. He is the only president in US history to have held the post three times. Not only that, he was also nominated for the fourth time. Roosevelt was first elected President of the United States in 1933. Roosevelt was a senator and assistant secretary of the Navy before being elected president. He also served as governor of the state of New York. According to the US website, Roosevelt, 25, worked as an apprentice lawyer for Carter, a Wall Street firm in Ledyard and Milburn. Although the firm has a good reputation, according to the rules, the employees were not paid for the first year of work. Roosevelt was born in January 1882 in Hyde Park, New York, to an aristocratic family. He was the only child of his parents. Roosevelt served as President of the United States for 12 long years. However, even after leaving the responsibility, he has worked for the country.

★9.Jimmy Carter

was a peanut seller

Jimmy Carter is the 39th President of the United States. Who is both a politician, a writer and a member of the Democratic Party. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002 for maintaining peace in the United States and abroad. Early in his life, Jimmy Carter made a living by selling peanuts. Besides, Jimmy used to cultivate peanuts in his house. He later entered politics and became the 39th President of the United States. He was very active in realizing human rights. For this he was very popular. He founded the Carter Center in 1982. Carter was the head of the Habitat for Humanity project. He later made his debut as a writer. He authored several notable books on various topics. Although he traded in peanuts, he had previously joined the United States Navy. There he worked on nuclear submarines. He joined the Navy after finishing high school. Jimmy Carter was born in October 1924 in Plain, Georgia. His father James Earl Sriram, a poor and needy man, was a peanut and cotton farmer. Who was known as the owner of a firm-supply business.

★10.Ronald Reagan

Reagan was a circus performer

Ronald Reagan is the 40th President of the United States. Who is a famous American politician and statesman. He was a very popular actor. Once he got involved in politics. He then set foot in the White House as president. He played a key role in the development of the US economy and in ending the Cold War. According to The Week, Reagan worked as a novice at the Ringling Brothers Circus for 25 an hour.

He later worked as a lifeguard on the Rock River coast in the remote town of Dixon, Illinois. In those days, this slender and tall teenager rescued 77 endangered people from the dangerous and fast flowing Rock River. Ronald Reagan became very popular as a life saver at that time. At age 69, Reagan was elected President of the United States. This talented man was born in February 1911 in the United States. He was elected governor of California in 1966. Ronald Reagan also had a reputation as an orator at the time.

★11.Barack Obama

He has done various jobs

US historian President Barack Hussein Obama. Who is the 44th President of the United States. He is even the first black president in US history. He served in various capacities before being elected president in 2008. He worked as an ice cream vendor at the Honolulu branch of Ruskin-Robbins, an ice cream vendor. It’s not as easy as looking at a job.

It is very difficult to make chocolate and ice cream. He told the New York magazine that there was a lot of pressure on the wrist to make it. In addition, Obama has worked for three years as the director of a developing communities project. It is a charity based in Chicago. In addition, he has worked in various organizations. Barack Obama has been involved in counter-terrorism operations in various parts of the world and in various issues of his own country. His childhood dream was to become president. Obama was born in Honolulu, the capital of the US state of Hawaii. Barack Obama was re-elected as the 45th President of the United States in 2012.

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