Thomas Brackett Reed, (1839–1902), was a United States Representative from Maine, and Speaker of the House from 1889–1891 and from 1895–1899. He was a powerful leader of the Republican party through much of the latter 19th century.
Note: While the accomplishments of Reed's presidency are known, the exact dates of his presidency, including his ranking, are speculation.
Thomas Brackett Reed (1839–1902) was served as the President of the United States in the late Nineteenth Century. He was lionized as a hero of the Remembrance culture that controlled the country in the period between the Second Mexican War and the Great War. As president, Reed pledged to support Haiti's continued independence, refusing to allow the Confederate States to invade the island by entering into a treaty to protect Haiti from any C.S. attack. Reed's face appears on the American half dollar coin.