Season 1, Episode 47-My Top Ten Presidential Birthplaces and Season 1 Recap!

Handing out Birthplace Superlatives and Giving my Top 10 Favorite Birthplaces!

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S2 E32 Franklin Roosevelt and Warm Springs Visiting the Presidents

Our longest serving President had some wonderful estates to call home, each wonderfully preserved! Let's Visit Franklin Roosevelt and his homes in Warm Springs, Georgia, (the "Little White House"!) and Hyde Park, New York, as well as stops in Manhattan and Campobello Island! Learn about his political rise and struggles to overcome his illness; his elections and Presidency; his wife, Eleanor, and children; and his homes! Check out the website at VisitingthePresidents.com for visual aids, links, past episodes, recommended reading, and other information!Episode Page:Season 1’s Franklin Roosevelt Episode: "Franklin Roosevelt and Hyde Park" Support the show
  1. S2 E32 Franklin Roosevelt and Warm Springs
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  3. S2 E31 Herbert Hoover and Palo Alto
  4. S2 E30 Calvin Coolidge and Northampton
  5. BONUS! How I Spent My Summer…of Presidential Travels 2022 (Part 2)!

Top Ten Birthplaces

  1. William Henry Harrison’s Berkeley Plantation

2. Calvin Coolidge’s Plymouth Notch

3. Franklin Roosevelt’s Hyde Park

4. Abraham Lincoln’s Sinking Spring

5. John Adams’ Braintree and John Quincy Adams’ Quincy

6. William McKinley’s Niles

7. Gerald Ford’s Omaha

8. James Garfield’s Moreland Hills

9. Ronald Reagan’s Tampico

10. Andrew Jackson’s Waxhaws

Other Birthplace Superlatives

Most Improved

James Monroe’s Colonial Beach and Rutherford Hayes’ Delaware

Can’t Wait to Re-Visit

Grover Cleveland’s Caldwell and John F Kennedy’s Brookline

Coolest Experience

Thomas Jefferson’s Shadwell and Jimmy Carter’s Plains

Most Beautiful Setting

Herbert Hoover’s West Branch and Richard Nixon’s Yorba Linda

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I'm a Professor of History at Central Arizona College and someone who loves history and travel; my new blog will combine those interests!

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