by John T. Marck
Term- January 20, 1977 to January 20, 1981
Birth: Plains, Georgia, October 1, 1924.
Marriage: Plains, Georgia, July 7, 1946 to Rosalynn Smith, who was born in Plains, Georgia, August 18, 1927.
Children: John William (Jack) (1947- ); James Earl III (Chip) (1950- ); Donnel Jeffrey (1952- ); Amy Lynn (1967- ).
Home: Plains, Georgia.
Education: Georgia Southwestern College; U.S. Naval Academy graduate (1946); Graduate work in nuclear physics in Union College.
Occupation before Presidency: Farmer, warehouseman, businessman.
Military Service: Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy (1946-1953).
Pre-Presidential Offices: Georgia State Senator (1962-1966); Governor of Georgia (1971-1974).
Age at Inauguration: 52
Carter Administration: Vice President: Walter F. Mondale of Minnesota, Inauguration January 20, 1977, The Capital, Washington, D.C.
Occupation after Presidency: Lecturing at colleges and universities; writing his memoirs; charity work.
In 1978, Carter organized talks at Camp David between Israel and Egypt, resulting in a peace treaty.
In 1980, Carter failed miserably, having organized a military mission to Iran to rescue American Hostages.
Carter was the only President to have graduated from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.
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