Take A Look At The Boyhood Homes Of Donald Trump And Other US Presidents, When it comes to US Presidents, little attention is paid to the early formative years in their lives. Every once in a while, you see a picture of a president as a child. But you probably haven’t seen their childhood homes, the places where they grew up and learned the ways of the world. It’s also pretty interesting to see the surprisingly humble beginnings that some presidents started in. Let’s take a look at Donald Trump and past presidents’ boyhood homes.
Here is an illustration of Andrew Jackson’s birth home (1767) that was located along the border of North and South Carolina.
Here is the boyhood home of Barack Obama in the Honolulu hills.
How about John F. Kennedy?
President Clinton grew up in this small home in Hope, Arkansas.
How about one of the most popular Presidents of the United States Abraham Lincoln?
Here is an illustration of what this Ferry Farm looked like.
George W. Bush was born in 1946 and his father George H.W. Bush didn’t become president until 1989. He definitely didn’t grow up as a “president’s kid.”
Here is a picture of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt with his father James Roosevelt in 1895.
How adorable was baby Trump, am I right?
Andrew Jackson was president between 1829 and 1837 and had some pretty humble beginnings.
Here is Trump’s home in Queens, New York.
Springwood Estate in Hyde Park, New York was FDR’s birthplace and lifelong home (minus living in the White House while president).
This is the home at 83 Beals Street in Brookline, Massachusetts that President Kennedy was born in.
The first President of the United States, George Washington, was born in Pope’s Creek, Virginia in 1732. But his family ultimately settled at a Ferry Farm in Stafford County, Virginia when he was six years old.
Here is the home where he grew up in Midland, Texas.