The Vice Presidents are listed in chronological order.
For facts about and links to any Vice President,
click on the name:
Daniel D. Tompkins
John C. Calhoun
Martin Van Buren
Richard Mentor Johnson
George Mifflin Dallas
William Rufus King
John C. Breckinridge
Chester Alan Arthur
Levi Parsons Morton
Adlai E. Stevenson
Garret A. Hobart
Charles W. Fairbanks
Charles G. Dawes
John Nance Garner
Henry A. Wallace
Harry S. Truman
Alben W. Barkley
Richard M. Nixon
Lyndon B. Johnson
Hubert H. Humphrey
Spiro T. Agnew
Gerald R. Ford
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George Mifflin Dallas
Served under William Henry Harrison from 1841-1841
The Tenth Vice President
Born: March 29, 1790
Died: January 18, 1862
Party: Whig (originally Democrat)
--His father, also named John Tyler, was Governor of Virginia from 1808-11.
--Graduated from the College of William and Mary (1807).
--Admitted to the Virginia bar (1809).
--Virginia House of Delegates (1811-16).
--Captain of a Virginia militia company during the War of 1812 (1813).
--U.S. House of Representatives from Virginia (1817-21).
--Virginia House of Delegates (1823-25).
--Governor of Virginia (1825-27).
--U.S. Senate from Virginia (1827-36).
--President Pro Tempore of the Senate (1835-36).
--One of several unsuccessful Whig candidates for Vice President 1836, the year in which the Senate had to elect the Vice President.
--Virginia House of Delegates (1838-40).
--Vice President of the United States (1841).
--President of the United States (1841-45).
--The first Vice President to be elevated to the Presidency because of the death of a President.
--Disowned by the Whig Party over policy conflicts while serving as President.
--Distrusted by both Whigs and Democrats, he retired to his plantation after leaving the Presidency.
--Chancellor of the College of William and Mary (1859).
--President of Peace Conference in Washington, D.C., which failed to prevent the coming Civil War (1861).
--Twenty years after swearing to uphold the U.S.Constitution as President, he served in as a delegate to the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States of America, but died before taking office (1861).
--Elected to the House of Representatives of the Confederate States of America, he died before taking office (1861).
--His son, David Tyler, was a U.S. Representative from Virginia from 1893-97.
*White House Page.
*Internet Public Library Page.
*The Governors of Virginia.
*Resignation from the Senate.
*1840 Presidential Election.
*31 Days as Vice President.
*A President without a Party.
*Tyler, Polk and War with Mexico.
*Confederate Provisional Congressman.
*The Whig Party.
*The American Whig Review Journal.
* Political Cartoon.
*The College of William & Mary.
*Tylerizing Andrew Johnson.
*John Tyler, his father.
*David Tyler, his son.
*President William Henry Harrison.
George Mifflin Dallas
Served under James K. Polk from 1845-1849
The Eleventh Vice President
Born: July 10, 1792
Died: December 31, 1864
--His father, Alexander J. Dallas, was Secretary of the Treasury from 1814-16.
--Graduated from Princeton (1810).
--Admitted to the Pennsylvania bar (1813).
--Private Secretary to Albert Gallatin, who was serving as Minister to Russia (1813).
--Mayor of Philadelphia (1828-29).
--US Senator from Pennsylvania (1831-33).
--Attorney General of Pennsylvania 1833-35.
--Minister to Russia (1837-39).
--Vice President of the United States (1845-49).
--As Vice President, he presided over the Senate during the debates over the annexation of Texas and the Mexican-American War.
--Minister to Great Britain (1856-61), just before the Civil War.
--Retired from public life in 1861.
*Princeton Class of 1810.
*From the Princeton Companion.
*Mayor of Philadelphia, 1828.
*Pennsylvania Senator, 1831.
*Minister ro Russia, 1837.
*1844 Presidential Election.
*War with Mexico.
*Minister to Great Britain, 1856.
*A Diplomatic Episode Concerning Slavery.
*Alexander J. Dallas Page.
*Albert Gallatin Page.
*President James K. Polk.
Served under Zachary Taylor from 1849-1850
To see the fact sheet and links for a Vice President, click on his last name:
Adams, Jefferson, Burr,
Clinton, Gerry, Tompkins,
Calhoun, Van Buren, RM Johnson,
Tyler, Dallas, Fillmore,
King, Breckenridge, Hamlin,
A Johnson, Colfax, Wilson,
Wheeler, Arthur, Hendricks,
Morton, Stevenson, Hobart,
Roosevelt, Fairbanks, Sherman
Marshall, Coolidge, Dawes,
Curtis, Garner, Wallace,
Truman, Barkley, Nixon
LB Johnson, Humphrey, Agnew,
Ford, Rockefeller, Mondale,
Bush, Quayle, Gore, Cheney.