Presidents of 1860-1928 By Greg Middendorf Mar 4, 1861 Abraham Lincoln President form Illinois. This president freed the African Americans from slavery. He also allowed African Americans to join the military. Mar 21, 1865 Andrew Johnson Became president after lincoln died. He was from the Republican party. His homestate was tennesse and he had no vice-president. Mar 21, 1869 Ulysses S. Grant He was a Republican. His homestate was Illinois. His vice-presidents were Schuyler Colfax and Henry Wilson. Mar 21, 1877 Rutherford B. Hayes He was born in 1822. He was a republican and from Ohio. His vice-president was William A. Wheeler. Mar 21, 1881 James A. Garfield He was born in 1831. He was in office for about 7 months. His vice-president was Chester A. Arthur. Sep 21, 1881 chester A. Arthur Became president when James A. Garthur. He was a Republican from New York. He had no vice-president. Mar 4, 1885 Grover Cleveland He was born in 1837. He was a Democrat from New York. His vice-president was Thomas A. Hendricks. Mar 4, 1889 Benjamin Harrison He was born in !833. He was a Republican from Indiana. His vice-president was Levi P. Morton. Mar 4, 1893 Grover Cleveland He was born in 1837. He was a Democrat from New York. His vice-president was Adlai E. Stevenson. Mar 4, 1901 Theodore Roosevelt Became president after William Mckinley died. He was a Republican from New York. His vice-president was Charles W. Fairbanks.