Vice presidents of the United States

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Vice presidents of the United States
no. vice president birthplace term presidential administration served under
  1 John Adams (Adams, John) Mass. 1789–97 George Washington (Washington, George)
  2 Thomas Jefferson (Jefferson, Thomas) Va. 1797–1801 John Adams (Adams, John)
  3 Aaron Burr (Burr, Aaron) N.J.
1801–05 Thomas Jefferson (Jefferson, Thomas)
  4 George Clinton (Clinton, George) N.Y.
1805–09 Thomas Jefferson (Jefferson, Thomas)
George Clinton (Clinton, George) N.Y. 1809–12* James Madison (Madison, James)
  5 Elbridge Gerry (Gerry, Elbridge) Mass. 1813–14* James Madison (Madison, James)
  6 Daniel D. Tompkins (Tompkins, Daniel D.) N.Y. 1817–25 James Monroe (Monroe, James)
  7 John C. Calhoun (Calhoun, John C) S.C. 1825–29 John Quincy Adams (Adams, John Quincy)
John C. Calhoun (Calhoun, John C) S.C. 1829–32** Andrew Jackson (Jackson, Andrew)
  8 Martin Van Buren (Van Buren, Martin) N.Y. 1833–37 Andrew Jackson (Jackson, Andrew)
  9 Richard M. Johnson (Johnson, Richard M) Ky. 1837–41 Martin Van Buren (Van Buren, Martin)
10 John Tyler (Tyler, John) Va. 1841 William Henry Harrison (Harrison, William Henry)
11 George Mifflin Dallas (Dallas, George Mifflin) Pa. 1845–49 James K. Polk (Polk, James K.)
12 Millard Fillmore (Fillmore, Millard) N.Y. 1849–50 Zachary Taylor (Taylor, Zachary)
13 William Rufus de Vane King (King, William Rufus de Vane) N.C. 1853* Franklin Pierce (Pierce, Franklin)
14 John C. Breckinridge (Breckinridge, John C) Ky. 1857–61 James Buchanan (Buchanan, James)
15 Hannibal Hamlin (Hamlin, Hannibal) Maine 1861–65 Abraham Lincoln (Lincoln, Abraham)
16 Andrew Johnson (Johnson, Andrew) N.C. 1865 Abraham Lincoln (Lincoln, Abraham)
17 Schuyler Colfax (Colfax, Schuyler) N.Y. 1869–73 Ulysses S. Grant (Grant, Ulysses S.)
18 Henry Wilson (Wilson, Henry) N.H. 1873–75* Ulysses S. Grant (Grant, Ulysses S.)
19 William A. Wheeler (Wheeler, William A) N.Y. 1877–81 Rutherford B. Hayes (Hayes, Rutherford B.)
20 Chester A. Arthur (Arthur, Chester A.) Vt. 1881 James A. Garfield (Garfield, James A.)
21 Thomas A. Hendricks (Hendricks, Thomas A) Ohio 1885* Grover Cleveland (Cleveland, Grover)
22 Levi Morton (Morton, Levi) Vt. 1889–93 Benjamin Harrison (Harrison, Benjamin)
23 Adlai E. Stevenson (Stevenson, Adlai) Ky. 1893–97 Grover Cleveland (Cleveland, Grover)
24 Garret A. Hobart (Hobart, Garret A) N.J. 1897–99* William McKinley (McKinley, William)
25 Theodore Roosevelt (Roosevelt, Theodore) N.Y. 1901 William McKinley (McKinley, William)
26 Charles Warren Fairbanks (Fairbanks, Charles Warren) Ohio 1905–09 Theodore Roosevelt (Roosevelt, Theodore)
27 James Sherman (Sherman, James) N.Y. 1909–12* William Howard Taft (Taft, William Howard)
28 Thomas R. Marshall (Marshall, Thomas R) Ind. 1913–21 Woodrow Wilson (Wilson, Woodrow)
29 Calvin Coolidge (Coolidge, Calvin) Vt. 1921–23 Warren G. Harding (Harding, Warren G.)
30 Charles G. Dawes (Dawes, Charles G.) Ohio 1925–29 Calvin Coolidge (Coolidge, Calvin)
31 Charles Curtis (Curtis, Charles) Kan. 1929–33 Herbert Hoover (Hoover, Herbert)
32 John Nance Garner (Garner, John Nance) Texas 1933–41 Franklin D. Roosevelt (Roosevelt, Franklin D.)
33 Henry A. Wallace (Wallace, Henry A.) Iowa 1941–45 Franklin D. Roosevelt (Roosevelt, Franklin D.)
34 Harry S. Truman (Truman, Harry S.) Mo. 1945 Franklin D. Roosevelt (Roosevelt, Franklin D.)
35 Alben W. Barkley (Barkley, Alben W) Ky. 1949–53 Harry S. Truman (Truman, Harry S.)
36 Richard M. Nixon (Nixon, Richard M.) Calif. 1953–61 Dwight D. Eisenhower (Eisenhower, Dwight D.)
37 Lyndon B. Johnson (Johnson, Lyndon B.) Texas 1961–63 John F. Kennedy (Kennedy, John F.)
38 Hubert H. Humphrey (Humphrey, Hubert H) S.D. 1965–69 Lyndon B. Johnson (Johnson, Lyndon B.)
39 Spiro T. Agnew (Agnew, Spiro T.) Md. 1969–73**
Richard M. Nixon (Nixon, Richard M.)
40 Gerald R. Ford (Ford, Gerald R.) Neb. 1973–74 Richard M. Nixon (Nixon, Richard M.)
41 Nelson A. Rockefeller (Rockefeller, Nelson Aldrich) Maine 1974–77 Gerald R. Ford (Ford, Gerald R.)
42 Walter F. Mondale (Mondale, Walter) Minn. 1977–81 Jimmy Carter (Carter, Jimmy)
43 George Bush (Bush, George) Mass. 1981–89 Ronald Reagan (Reagan, Ronald W.)
44 Dan Quayle (Quayle, Dan) Ind. 1989–93 George Bush (Bush, George)
45 Albert Gore (Gore, Al) Wash., D.C. 1993–2001 Bill Clinton (Clinton, Bill)
46 Dick Cheney (Cheney, Dick) Neb. 2001–09 George W. Bush (Bush, George W.)
47 Joe Biden (Biden, Joe) Pa. 2009– Barack Obama (Obama, Barack)
*Died in office.    **Resigned from office.
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