U.S. Vice President
(February 16, 1812-November 22, 1875)
Birth name is Jeremiah Jones Colbath
Owner and editor of the Boston Republican (1848-1851)
United States Senator from Massachusetts (1855-1873)
Vice President of the United States under Ulysses S. Grant (1873-1875)
Why he might be annoying
He was known for not being very learned or logical.
He was known as not having much courage.
He was named after a rich guy by his father, in hopes of getting him in his will.
He grew to hate the name and had it legally changed.
He fell in love with one of his students when he was a teacher and married her when she turned sixteen.
Why he might not be annoying
He was a shoemaker.
He was a self-made man who had contempt for aristocrats.
He grew up in poverty.
He would travel throughout his home state of Massachusetts visiting its shop and factories to gain support.
He spoke out against the corruption of the Grant administration.
He was considered a master of gaining the public's confidence.
Credit: Captain Howdy
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