President Grover Cleveland

Facts, information, and Trivia about President Grover Cleveland

Grover Cleveland was the United States of America’s twenty-second and twenty-fourth president.

President Grover Cleveland was born in Caldwell, New Jersey on March 18, 1837 and grew up to become America’s twenty-second and twenty-fourth president.

He was a sheriff, lawyer, and teacher before he became President of the United States at age 47. His place of primary affiliation was New York. Grover Cleveland became president on March 4, 1885 and left the office on March 4, 1889.

President Grover Cleveland was a member of the Democratic Party and his vice president was Thomas A. Hendricks.

Grover Cleveland's nicknames include Grover the Good, Old Grover, Uncle Jumbo, Big Steve, His Obstinacy, The Stuffed Prophet, and The Elephantine Economist.

Grover Cleveland is the only president who has been re-elected after having been out of office.

Cleveland's daughter, Esther, was the only president’s child born in the White house.

President Cleveland is portrayed on U.S. paper currency. Other presidents portrayed on U.S. paper currency include President Jefferson, President Washington, President Jackson, President Grant, President McKinley, President Madison, President Wilson, and President Lincoln.

Grover Cleveland was 71 years old when he died on June 24, 1908.

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