Woodrow Wilson 28th PRESIDENT

Thomas Woodrow Wilson is the name of the man who took stand as our 28th president back in 1913. Wilson's political party belief was Democracy, he served two full terms as president from 1913 to 1921.

On December 28,1856 President Wilson was born in Staunton, Virginia but he was barely a year old when his family moved to Augusta, Georgia.

~Tommy, as he was called in his youth was the third of four children to grow up in the Wilson Family.

~Woodrow had a form of dyslexia, which caused him setbacks in life.Although he was never treated for dyslexia, it never stopped him from pursing his dream job as a professor at Princeton University.

~When Professor Wilson was 39, he suffered a minor stroke that left him with weakness of the right arm and hand, although he gained back the ability to write with his right hand he never really fully recovered from his stroke.

Wilson married his first wife Ellen Axson Wilson ( 1885–1914) whom he had three daughters with (Margaret Woodrow Wilson, Eleanor Wilson McAdoo, and Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre. When his first wife died he remarried Edith Wilson ( 1915–1924). February 3rd, 1924 Woodrow Wilson passed away.

After considerable political instability in Mexico, following the assassination of President Francisco Madero, President Wilson declared the US policy towards Mexico to be one of watchful waiting.

Woodrow Wilson is inaugurated as the 28th president of the United States of America. He proclaims in his duty to cleanse, to reconsider, to restore, to correct the evil without impairing the good, to purify and humanize every process of our common good.

US force in Vera Cruz, Mexico are withdrawn as a result of the resignation of Mexican President Huerta, who failed to win Wilson's support.

~Wilson experienced the Civil War in his youth. Born on December 28, 1856 in Virginia, young Thomas Woodrow Wilson was present in Georgia when Union troops entered his town and his mother tended to wounded Confederate soldiers.

~Wilson was a professional historian and political scientist. After a brief law career, Wilson settled into an academic career that lasted until 1910. He was a professor at other schools, and then returned to Princeton, where he was named its president in 1902.

~Wilson is the only U.S. President buried in Washington, D.C. While other U.S. Presidents are buried in more of their home states or even in the State Virginia which may I say is quite popular.

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