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Melanie Nepsa-Goss
Melanie Nepsa-Goss • 1 year ago

The White House taken by John Plumbe, Jr. in 1846. The 11th President of the United States , James K. Polk, was the building’s occupant, having succeeded President John Tyler just the year prior.

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#11 Julia Gardiner Tyler (May 4, 1820 or July 29, 1820 – July 10, 1889) was the second wife of John Tyler, the tenth president of the United States, and served as First Lady of the United States from June 26, 1844, to March 4, 1845. In early 1842, Julia was introduced to US President John Tyler at a White House reception. They began seeing each other in January 1843 a few months after the death of First Lady Letitia Tyler.

On November 1, 1800, U.S. President John Adams and his wife Abigail move into the White House, the first president to officially take residence. (Here’s an interior Fade 89 years later.)

The President's Office, White House, May 1904 - a look into the modest office of President Roosevelt

#11 James K. PolkJames Knox Polk (November 2, 1795 – June 15, 1849) was the 11th President of the United States (1845–1849). Polk was born in North Carolina. He later lived in and became Governor of the state of Tennessee. A Democrat, Polk served as Speaker of the House (1835–1839) and Governor of Tennessee (1839–1841) before becoming president. Polk was an ardent supporter of Andrew Jackson. Polk was considered the last strong pre-Civil War president.

President Lincoln in his White House office, 1864

President George W. Bush and President Megawati Sukarnoputri of Indonesia walk along the Colonnade at the White House.

The oldest artifact in the White House is a coffee urn dating back to John Adams.

The John F. Kennedys during the White House years.

First Picture of the White House, 1846