Distribution of American Presidents by U.S. State of Birth

Distribution of American Presidents by U.S. State of Birth
Virginia

    #1 - George Washington, 1789–1797 (Westmoreland County)
    #3 - Thomas Jefferson, 1801–1809 (Shadwell)
    #4 - James Madison, 1809–1817 (Port Conway)
    #5 - James Monroe, 1817–1825 (Monroe Hall)
    #9 - William Henry Harrison, 1841 (Charles City County)
    #10 - John Tyler, 1841–1845 (Charles City County)
    #12 - Zachary Taylor, 1849–1850 (Barboursville)
    #28 - Woodrow Wilson, 1913–1921 (Staunton)

Ohio

    #18 - Ulysses S. Grant, 1869–1877 (Point Pleasant)
    #19 - Rutherford B. Hayes, 1877–1881 (Delaware)
    #20 - James A. Garfield, 1881 (Moreland Hills)
    #23 - Benjamin Harrison, 1889–1893 (North Bend)
    #25 - William McKinley, 1897–1901 (Niles)
    #27 - William Howard Taft, 1909–1913 (Cincinnati)
    #29 - Warren G. Harding, 1921–1923 (Blooming Grove)

New York

    #8 - Martin Van Buren, 1837–1841 (Kinderhook)
    #13 - Millard Fillmore, 1850–1853 (Moravia)
    #26 - Theodore Roosevelt, 1901–1909 (New York City)
    #32 - Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1933–1945 (Hyde Park)
    #45 - Donald Trump, 2017–present (New York City)

Massachusetts

    #2 - John Adams, 1797–1801 (Quincy)
    #6 - John Quincy Adams, 1825–1829 (Quincy)
    #35 - John F. Kennedy, 1961–1963 (Brookline)
    #41 - George H. W. Bush, 1989–1993 (Milton)

North Carolina

    #7 - Andrew Jackson, 1829–1837 (Waxhaws region, exact location unknown, evidence suggests North of the border)
    #11 - James K. Polk, 1845–1849 (Pineville)
    #17 - Andrew Johnson, 1865–1869 (Raleigh)

Vermont

    #21 - Chester A. Arthur, 1881–1885 (Fairfield)
    #30 - Calvin Coolidge, 1923–1929 (Plymouth Notch)

Texas

    #34 - Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1953–1961 (Denison)
    #36 - Lyndon B. Johnson, 1963–1969 (Stonewall)

South Carolina

    #7 - Andrew Jackson, 1829–1837 (Waxhaws region, exact location unknown, claimed to be from South of the border)

New Hampshire

    #14 - Franklin Pierce, 1853–1857 (Hillsborough)

Pennsylvania

    #15 - James Buchanan, 1857–1861 (Cove Gap)

Kentucky

    #16 - Abraham Lincoln, 1861–1865 (LaRue County)

New Jersey

    #22 and #24 - Grover Cleveland, 1885–1889 and 1893–1897 (Caldwell)

Iowa

    #31 - Herbert Hoover, 1929–1933 (West Branch)

Missouri

    #33 - Harry S. Truman, 1945–1953 (Lamar)

California

    #37 - Richard Nixon, 1969–1974 (Yorba Linda)

Nebraska

    #38 - Gerald Ford, 1974–1977 (Omaha)

Georgia

    #39 - Jimmy Carter, 1977–1981 (Plains)

Illinois

    #40 - Ronald Reagan, 1981–1989 (Tampico)

Arkansas

    #42 - Bill Clinton, 1993–2001 (Hope)

Connecticut

    #43 - George W. Bush, 2001–2009 (New Haven)

Hawaii

    #44 - Barack Obama, 2009–2017 (Honolulu)

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