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Hail to the chief! These patriotic baby names harken back to the leaders of America's past. Many of them are on the rise.

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Kennedy John F. Kennedy was the 35th president. The "F" stands for Fitzgerald, if you're curious. Abraham Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president. He freed the slaves and had a cool beard.
Madison James Madison was the fourth president. Any little girl named Madison who is not named after a mermaid might be named after this dude. Calvin Calvin Coolidge, aka "Silent Cal", was the 30th president. He was known for being a man of few words.
Reagan Ronald Reagan was the 40th president and a famous movie actor. I know that to be true, even though I can't name a single movie he was in. Carter Jimmy Carter was the 39th president. He is also the founder of Habitat for Humanity.
Franklin Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd president. He is the architect of the New Deal and was the longest serving U.S. president.
Grant Ulysses S. Grant was the 18th president and, before that, a Union Civil War general. He won passage of the 15th Amendment, which gave freed slaves the right to vote.
Jackson Andrew Jackson was the 7th president. He's on the $20 bill. It may be all about the Benjamins for the wealthy, but for the rest of us it's all about the Jacksons.
Jefferson Thomas Jefferson was our 3rd President and the principal author of the Declaration of Independence.
Lincoln Abraham Lincoln was the 16th President. He is the only president awesome enough to be listed twice on this list.
Nixon Richard Nixon was the 37th president, and the only president to ever resign from office under a cloud of scandal. All the other presidents under a cloud of scandal managed to complete their terms, and in some cases got reelected.
Theodore In addition to being the 26th president, the Teddy Bear was named after Theodore Roosevelt.
Truman Harry S Truman was the 33rd president and had no middle name, just an initial. He grew up in lean times where letters were scarce.
Wilson Woodrow Wilson was the 28th president. Many babies and a volleyball have been named in his honor.

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