John Tyler Zach smith

Born and raised in virgina,born on march 29th 1790, and died January 19th 1840
John Tyler got his education from the university of William and mary
John Tyler served as vice president of the united states,govenor of Virgina,and senator of virgina.before he was president of the united states
John Tyler was the 10th president of the united states and served from 1941-1945
Making Florida a part of the union Signed Log Cabin Bill which let settlers claimed land before it was for sale and then buy it later. Making Texas a part of the United States He signed a tariff that helped protect northern manufacturers he thought state governments should have more power and the federal government less power.
He was nicknamed "His Accidency" because he was not elected president and his rivals said he got to be president by accident.


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