1.John Tyler His Accidency 10 thpresident Whig? 1841-1844 "Popularity, I have always thought, may aptly be compared to a coquette (a flirt) - the more you woo her, the more apt is she to elude your embrace."
2. Now What? 3. Webster and Clays plan ruined 4. Tyler Vetoes Northern Whig ideas 5. No 3 rdBank! 6. Tariff of 1842 7. Aroostook War 8. The Lumberjack War 9. Webster Ashburton Treaty 10. Texas Annexation-1845 11. First veto override in history! March 3, 1845
Tyler had vetoed a bill that would have denied him the power to appropriate federal funds to build ships without Congress approval. With the override, Congress insisted that the executive branch get Congresss approval before commissioning any new ships
Tyler's death in January 1862 was the only one in presidential history not to be mourned in Washington, because of his allegiance to the South.