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Research Paper on President John Tyler

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Research Paper on President John Tyler


John Tyler was the 10th president of the United States from April 4, 1841- to March 4,

1845. He presumed supremacy after the demise of President William Henry Harrison. He was a

follower and supporter of countries’ civil rights, including captivity, and he assumed patriotic

rules as president only when they did not trespass on the supremacies of the country. This paper

describes President Tyler’s early life, his president, and his life after the presidency. He was also

detailing significant accomplishments he made while in power.

Early Life

John Tyler was from a prominent family born on March 29, 179o, in Charles city county,

Virginia. His parents were John and Mary Armistead Tyler. His father, John Tyler sr., was an

American planter, 15th regulator of Virginia, United States region, and judge of the United States

district court for the district of Virginia. Tyler grew up with eight siblings plus seven siblings

who belonged to his stepmother. Tyler joined indigenous schools, and at the age of 12 years, he

entered an introductory division of the neighboring college of William and Mary; after three

years, he enrolled in a university Package where he graduated in 1807. In the year 1809, he was

admitted to the Virginia bar.

His career began immediately after being acknowledged to the Virginia public house,

where he worked for a prominent regulation firm in Richmond. Afterward, when his dad became

administrator of Virginia, Tyler was able to use his contacts to gain the House of Delegates. In

the year 1812, he served an s a military captain during the war, where he ended up being elected

to the House of Representatives (Pusey, 2019). He later served in Virginia state house of


delegates and stated governor in 1825-1827 before becoming Whig party in disagreement with

President Andrew Jackson.

Tyler’s first wife was Letitia Christian, who was both blessed with eight children. Letitia

died of a stroke in 1842. He later married Julia Gardiner in 1844, and they were blessed with

seven children. Tyler had a total of 15 children. He joined politics when he was nominated to the

Virginia House of Representatives when he was only 21 years old. And that’s where his political

career continued to grow. His father and friends motivated him to run for the presidency.

The Presidency

Tyler was president Harrison’s vice-president, who was inaugurated in March 1841. he

was therefore sworn in as a president after the death of Harrison one month after he assumed the

top seat. However, he was expelled from his party one after for vetoing a bill that authorized

reviving of the bank of the United States (Cash, 2018). The impeachment process, which his

party tried, however, failed to gain traction. He tried to bid for re-election in 1844 but later

withdrew from the elections. John Tyler, therefore, served for only one term. He was a member

of the Whigs party and later became independent after he was expelled from the party. However,

he ruled for the whole term without the vice-president.

Some of the accomplishments he made during his term are as follows; he assisted in

getting west settled and thus expanded the nation. Likewise, he operated for the seizure of Texas

so that it could become a party in the United States. Similarly, he signed a bill that helped to

protect the northern manufacturers (Leahy, 2020). Some of the people who influenced president

John Tyler include Bishop James Madison, who was the university’s president and namesake of

the forthcoming leader


After the presidency

After leaving the presidency, he went to his former plantation of the old aristocracy. He,

therefore, led exertions for the southern sequence and became an associate of the allied house of

legislatures. However, on January 18, 1862, Tyler passed away in his office after suffering a

stroke in Richmond, Virginia. He was concealed at a Hollywood graveyard in a similar town he

deceased. As vice president, John Tyler set a legacy of assuming the power of the presidency

after the president’s death.


President Tyler was the president of the United States who had a great legacy of

assuming power after the death of his predecessor. Being the son of a politician and a lawyer, he

had a tremendous political background which kept him going. His father was his influencer and

motivated him to grow his political career. Tyler died out of stroke later after leaving the

presidency, which is the same sickness that killed his first wife.



Cash, J. T. (2018). The Isolated Presidency: John Tyler and Unilateral Presidential

Power. American Political Thought, 7(1), 26-56.

Leahy, C. J. (2020). President Without a Party: The Life of John Tyler. LSU Press.

Pusey, A. (2019). John Tyler inaugurates precedential succession. ABA JOURNAL, 105(3), 72.


Here are a few websites you might find helpful – Whitehouse.gov, presidentsusa.net, ipl.org/div/potus/,
whitehousehistory.org, and https://www.whitehousehistory.org/filters/presidents. You may also want to
check in encyclopedias, books, or even videos.

Research Paper on President: William McKinley

Research Paper:

Start your report with an introductory paragraph that introduces the President and summarizes his life,
make sure you include a thesis that will provide a road map for your paper. Your paper should cover three
major sections, early life (pre-presidency), the presidency, and post-presidency. Make sure you end your
report with a closing paragraph that summarizes what you wrote and learned, don’t forget to include the
President’s legacy.
(Need a clear strong thesis)

At the end of your paper, on a separate page or in a separate document, you will need to complete a
bibliography. If you quote or utilize information directly from your sources you will need to cite it within
your paper. Historians generally use endnotes, however, you may use footnotes or parenthetical citations
if you prefer. You need to cite all sources using Chicago citations, visit
http://www.citationmachine.net/chicago for help. Do not use what you have learned in other disciplines,
it is not what we use in history. Every discipline has a style that they use for reference.

Check that your grammar, spelling, and punctuation are correct. Make sure to use complete sentences and
that your paper has been typed (it must be double spaced, 1-inch margins, and 12-point font)! Proofread
your report for errors before you hand it in — do not hand in a rough draft.

Topics to Research and Include in Your Report: When you write your report, try to include as many of
the following topics as you can:

Early Life:

● Date and place of birth
● Parents (including occupations)
● Siblings (brothers and sisters) and other close family members
● Education
● Important people or event(s) that molded this person’s character
● Early career
● Marriage, children
● What led to this person running for President

The Presidency:

● Term(s) of office
● Political party affiliation
● Vice-President

● Important events/acts that occurred during this Presidency
● People who influenced this President

After the Presidency:

● Place of residence
● Activities the President did during this time
● Date and cause of death
● Their legacy as president


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Living through World War II

World War II continued the trend towards “total” warfare that began in WWI. Modern technology and the sheer scale of troop mobilization meant that non-combatants could no longer remain safely behind the lines. All civilians, including women and children, experienced changes in their daily lives throughout the duration of the war.

Choose an aspect of life, other than the fighting itself, that changed during World War II. History.com, PBS.com, and NPS.gov are good places to start your search. Research your chosen aspect of life.

Create a product to inform an audience about the aspect of life you’ve selected. Your product should be creative, not simply a written description. For example, you might create a flyer, concept map, news article, radio broadcast, or an infographic.

Your product should address the following questions:

What aspect of life did you select?

Who experienced this aspect of life?

What changed? How?

How did this change support the war effort?

Submit your product to this Assignment by the date indicated on the course syllabus.