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  1. The Ideals Guide to Presidential Homes and Libraries by Peggy Schaefer, 2002-06
  2. Slave quarters likely unearthed at site of nation's 1st presidential residence in Philadelphia.(NATIONAL REPORT): An article from: Jet by Kevin Chappell, 2007-07-09

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Past Inaugural Addresses. presidential Libraries. IsraeliPalestine LinksA list of about 20 key Web sites. american Journalism Historians Assn.

22. Entertainment Guide
forward, there are numerous presidential sites and scenes and attractions offer presidentialinsights for the National Museum of american history, the newest

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By Maura McCarthy Staff Writer Thursday, January 11, 2001 (J. Scott Appleman, Associated Press) E Beginning at the National Museum of American History , the newest exhibition at this Smithsonian Museum, " The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden ," features an unprecedented array of presidential newsreels, videos and artifacts. Items include Washington's uniform, Lincoln's top hat and a speech and eyeglass case from Teddy Roosevelt's pocket that halted a bullet and foiled an assassination attempt. A floor below is the ever popular exhibit "First Ladies: Political Role and Public Image." Along with many inaugural gowns, the exhibition showcases the changing social and political role of the first lady. Just down Constitution Avenue, stands the National Archives and Records Administration , home of our nation's most treasured documents and a number of records related to unique events in presidential history. As we know by now, not all presidential elections are decided handily. The Electoral College tallies of the 1800 and 1824 presidential elections, both later decided by the House of Representatives, are on display. Other presidential artifacts include John F. Kennedy's speech cards from his 1963 visit to Berlin and an exhibit dedicated to " When Nixon Met Elvis ," one of the most popular images at the Archives.

23. History Hotline - American History, World History, The Past, Historical Document
The sites listed are safe for all ages to view States history, and famous speechesand presidential inaugural addresses CAP/SAM/home.htm The american symbol, its
American history was built on a chronological record of significant events, each event having a cause and subsequent effect on another event. Historical events are presented in history as being tangible, being tied to a date, or an exact happening. Offers 16th 17th, 18th and 19th century European and American history including from Native Americans thru African American Slavery, the Americans Revolution and all of America's Wars up until the present time. American History American West Amistad Ancient Ancient Egypt Ancient Greece Ancient Japan Archives Barbarians Byzantine Empire Historical Documents ... Quotes Renaissance Roman Empire Timelines The 20th Century The United States of America Chronology ... US Vice Presidents Vikings Wonders of the World 7 Wonders of the World Veterans Abraham Lincoln Election 2004: Presidential Candidates We Must Choose One!

24. American History
any, described or offered by these web sites. historical documents that makes Americaso great Codification of presidential Proclamations and Executive Orders
The Government Document Librarian at La Crosse Public Library has complied a topic listing of local, state, and federal related government web sites. These sites are created and maintained by organizations and individuals throughout the world. LPL cannot be responsible for the content, accuracy, or availability of these sites. The inclusion of a link does not mean that LPL endorses or sponsors the products or services, if any, described or offered by these web sites. Use the drop-down menu to access the listing: Choose a Topic Agriculture American History Census Information Citation Guides for Government Publications Congress Diplomatic and Consular Services Federal Government Foreign Countries Forms Government for Kids Government Search Engines Intellectual Property Military Minnesota State Representatives State and Local Governments Taxes Wisconsin Government Representatives Wisconsin Government American History American Memory "American Memory is a gateway to rich primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States. The site offers more than 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical collections."

25. Useful Links To Web Sites On American Studies
in the current round of primaries for the 2000 presidential election. and links toa vast number of sites dealing with many aspects of american history.
Home Page Online Magazine Forum Book reviews ... Response form Updated 02 March, 2004 Sites with the hottest links to other Web Sites Government and Politics
  • Moveon.Org is dedicated to to bringing ordinary people back into politics. When it becomes clear that our "representatives" don't represent the public, the foundations of democracy are in peril. MoveOn is a catalyst for a new kind of grassroots involvement, supporting busy but concerned citizens in finding their political voice. Our nationwide network of more than 600,000 online activists is one of the most effective and responsive outlets for democratic participation available today.

26. Internet Guide - History & Genealogy
US history. Archives of american Public Address Review speeches and related cabinetmembers, presidency highlights and links to other presidential sites.
Searching the Internet
Genealogy History General
Anyday Flags
Historical flags of the U.S. Current flags of U.S. states, districts, territories, and possessions.
Flags of all Countries
Searchable database and world fact book.
Flags of the World (FOTW)
The Internet's largest site devoted to vexillology (the study of flags) with more than 15,500 pages about flags and more than 27,800 images of flags.
Hyper History
Timeline covering 3,000 years.
This Day in History
Historical events, searchable by date.
Vital Records - Where to write
How to obtain birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates.
Way Back Machine
Research tool to trace the evolutionary history of various websites.
California History
California Historian California Historical Society
Click on “California History Online” for an annotated timeline of over 300 years of California history. Contains many photos and articles on historical subjects.
California Mission Studies Association
California Mission directory.
Online Archive of California
Provides access to materials such as manuscripts, photographs, and works of art held in libraries, museums, archives, and other institutions across California.
American Civil War Homepage
Links to electronic files about the American Civil War (1861-1865).

27. Presidential History
ON THE american LOCAL history NETWORK My name is Susan Cook and I am your hostfor the presidential history Homepage. There are many wonderful sites on the
My name is Susan Cook and I am your host for the Presidential History Homepage. There are many wonderful sites on the internet pertaining to this subject. I have tried to gather and organize them for your use. You will find most of the individual information, biographies, documents, etc. under the Presidential Libraries. I hope you enjoy your visit.




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28. American Experience | The Presidents | Introduction To The Series | PBS
see the drama of contemporary american history war, economic a unprecedented examinationof America in the such as links to presidential sites, a detailed
1. Washington 2. J. Adams 3. Jefferson 4. Madison 5. Monroe 6. J. Q. Adams 7. Jackson 8. Van Buren 9. W. Harrison 10. Tyler 11. Polk 12. Taylor 13. Fillmore 14. Pierce 15. Buchanan 16. Lincoln* 17. A. Johnson 18. Grant* 19. Hayes 20. Garfield 21. Arthur 22. Cleveland 23. B. Harrison 24. Cleveland 25. McKinley 26. T. Roosevelt* 27. Taft 28. Wilson* 29. Harding 30. Coolidge 31. Hoover 32. F. Roosevelt* 33. Truman* 34. Eisenhower* 35. Kennedy* 36. L. Johnson* 37. Nixon* 38. Ford 39. Carter* 40. Reagan* 41. G. H. W. Bush 42. Clinton
within Presidents all of American Experience Henry Adams, the American historian and the grandson and great-grandson of presidents, said the president "resembles the commander of a ship at sea. He must have a helm to grasp, a course to steer, a port to seek." Indeed, each of our presidents has taken America on a slightly different voyage voyages shaped largely by how each sitting president has defined the institution of the presidency. Some have been more bold and adventuresome than others working to mold public opinion and actively pushing their programs through Congress. Others have not ventured far feeling that presidential intervention often causes more problems than it solves. According to Pulitzer prize-winning author David McCullough, "each president is only a link in a very long chain, beginning with the first presidency under George Washington." Each of the links on that chain are unique. No two presidents have governed exactly alike and the times in which they served have often dictated their actions. One can look at the presidency in the 20th century and through the office see the drama of contemporary American history war, economic hardship, women's rights, race relations, our triumphs and our failures it is all there.

29. U.S. Presidency
The american Experience The Presidents Includes biographies, autobiographies, andother documents or web sites. online catalog of presidential biographies and
General Sources
Presidents And Their Presidencies

Vice Presidents

Presidents' Spouses
The American Experience: The Presidents
T he A merican P residency
U.S. History Pages European, Asian, African
General Sources
See the Colonial American Page for links for the Constitution, Declaration of Independence
and other early government documents
A General Timeline
Includes links to biographical data. Can be accessed through Grolier's on-line encyclopedia.
Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States
Available on-line thanks to the Bartleby Project, Columbia University. National Portrait Gallery Includes an extensive on-line picture archive of the Presidents and their spouses. More Pesidential Information Pages from POTUS. Presidential Photo Archive From the Library of Congress. The American Experience: The Presidents . Available through PBS On-Line The White House can be accessed on-line and provides information and links regarding presidents and the office of the presidency.

30. White House Studies : Abraham Lincoln Historic Digitization Project. (Features:
(Features presidential sites ). materials, primary source, abraham lincoln, lincoln,digitization project, northern illinois, american history, illinois state
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White House Studies
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source materials, primary source, abraham lincoln, lincoln, digitization project, northern illinois, american history, illinois state, lincoln historical, illinois university, historical digitization, lincoln/net, republican party, life, web site
The Abraham Lincoln Historical Digitization Project produces
Lincoln/Net (, a free-use World Wide Web site
years together with interpretive materials discussing his life and

31. Sites, Museums Boast Deep History Of Influential American Figures
sites, museums boast deep history of influential Park, Dutchess County, featureshis presidential Library and the most famous First Lady in american history.
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Sites, museums boast deep history of influential American figures
By Nik Bonopartis
Poughkeepsie Journal Relevant Web links
- U.S. Military Academy at West Point

- Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum

- Eleanor Roosevelt Center at Val-Kill

- Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute at Top Cottage
- Empire State Railway Museum
Tucked in behind a nondescript parking lot that runs parallel to Route 9 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, are an estate and museum dedicated to the man who invented perhaps the most revolutionary technology to date — instant communication. Though Samuel Morse’s telegraph is a far cry from the Internet, 24-hour television and even the telephone, without his ingenuity it’s probable none of those devices would exist.

32. American Studies
list of links from a middle school american history sites can be searched by MajorSubject Directories, Historical Documents and presidential Speeches, or
American Studies
Scroll down or click to jump to the following subsections below: General Dollar Conversions Colonial and Revolutionary America Civil War ... World Wars and In Between General
Uncle Sam Image
American Memory
consists of primary source and archival materials relating to American
culture and history. These historical collections are the key contribution of the Library of
Congress to the National Digital Library
American History
Archive Project
American History

Today in History
- from American Memory at Library of Congress
Those Were the Days
is another "today in history" type site
The History Channel's Hotlist of History Links plus other fascinating facts
U.S. Historic Documents
has nearly 500 full-text documents relating to American experience Technology Timeline from the PBS series The American Experience Making of America - a digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction The American Studies Web at Georgetown University U.S. Census

33. Fact Sheet: We The People Forum On American History, Civics, And Service
Landmarks of american history will support summer enrichment programs for teachersat important historical sites across the nation, such as presidential homes
In Focus Medicare Iraq National Security Economic Security ... More Issues
Current News Press Briefings Proclamations Executive Orders ... Radio Addresses News by Date February 2004 January 2004 December 2003 November 2003 ... January 2001
Appointments Nominations Application
Photos Photo Essays Federal Facts Federal Statistics West Wing History Home May 2003
For Immediate Release
Office of the Press Secretary
May 1, 2003 Fact Sheet: We the People Forum on American History, Civics, and Service
We the People Forum on American History, Civics, and Service
The USA Freedom Corps, as part of its mission to promote a culture of service, citizenship and responsibility in America's communities, has worked with federal agencies to find ways government can support the teaching of American history and our democratic traditions. Today's "We the People" forum is part of that effort. On September 17, 2002, the 215th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution, President George W. Bush announced new government efforts to improve the teaching of American history and civics and make national treasures more accessible to teachers and students - including a "We the People" Forum on American History, Civics, and Service. At the forum, members of his Administration announced the National Endowment for the Humanities will ask Congress to provide $100 million over the next three years to support this effort, and the Department of Education is accepting applications for nearly $100 million in competitive grants this year to raise student achievement by improving teachers' knowledge of American history.

34. Teaching US History - United States History Teaching Resources - Academic Info
such as links to presidential sites, a detailed for each of the featured presidents,which provides insights into topics in american history including women s
Academic Info
Teaching U.S. History - Directory of Online Educational Resources on Teaching American History
Home Search Index Contact ... U.S. Teaching Education Teaching History U.S. On TV
PBS - Frontline - Ghosts of Rwanda
(April 2004)
"How could it happen that America and the West stood aside and did nothing to stop the slaughter of 800,000 human beings over 100 days? On the 10th anniversary of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, the powerful story of those who participated in the world's failure to act, those few who stood up and tried to save lives, and all who are still deeply haunted by what they did."
Teacher's Guide
Africans in America

"America's journey through slavery is presented in four parts. For each era, you'll find a historical Narrative, a Resource Bank of images, documents, stories, biographies, and commentaries, and a Teacher's Guide for using the content of the Web site and television series in U.S. history courses."
- PBS Online American Centuries...view from New England

35. Vermont Presidential Sites -
in american history, this event occurred by the light of a kerosene lamp in theold family homestead on August 3, 1923 at 247 am One year later, President
In 1881, Vermonter Chester Alan Arthur was sworn in as the nation’s 21st president. The son of an impoverished Baptist minister, Arthur was born in a small temporary parsonage. He became a lawyer who advocated for civil rights and, as president, championed civil service reform. Today, a visit to the reconstructed homestead offers a pictorial portrayal of Arthur’s life and political career. MORE

36. Resources For History
audio and video files, and other presidential sites. prints commenting on US presidentialelections between Southeastern Native american Documents, 17301842.
Resources for History
: Peter Brush Telephone E-Mail Peter Brush Description of Vanderbilt collection History databases From the Heard Library Research Databases webpage. Internet directories Gateways to global listings of resources for historians. Organizations and institutions State, national, and international. Libraries, archives, and resources Links to online resources. Selected papers Online documents in U.S. history. Vanderbilt History Department Courses, faculty, program requirements, contact links. Ancient and medieval Mostly medieval Europe but also links for ancient Rome and Egyp t.
Africa/African American
Asia Europe Latin America ... Central Library Resources by Subject Please send comments to Peter Brush
Internet directories Best of History Web Sites
Over 700, includes maps.

37. American Presidents: Life Portraits
his justcompleted tour of presidential grave sites I hadn t found my own hook—history.Taking on a grave site tour personalized american history and gave me
Pick a President George Washington John Adams Thomas Jefferson James Madison James Monroe John Quincy Adams Andrew Jackson Martin Van Buren William Henry Harrison John Tyler James K. Polk Zachary Taylor Millard Fillmore Franklin Pierce James Buchanan Abraham Lincoln Andrew Johnson Ulysses S. Grant Rutherford B. Hayes James A. Garfield Chester A. Arthur Grover Cleveland Benjamin Harrison William McKinley Theodore Roosevelt William Howard Taft Woodrow Wilson Warren G. Harding Calvin Coolidge Herbert Hoover Franklin D. Roosevelt Harry S Truman Dwight D. Eisenhower John F. Kennedy Lyndon B. Johnson Richard M. Nixon Gerald R. Ford Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan George Bush Bill Clinton George W. Bush
A Site to Complement C-SPAN 's 20th Anniversary Television Series, American Presidents: Life Portraits
March-December 1999

Hannibal Hamlin's gravesite, Mount Hope Cemetery in Bangor, Maine. Vice presidential haunts; A tour of political graveyards, from Adams to Rockefeller By Brian Lamb Special to the Chicago Tribune
Sunday, September 22, 2002
This story ought to come with a warning label: Contents best suitable for history buffs. And, we're not talking garden-variety history travelers, drawn to the manicured grounds of Civil War battlefields or the air-conditioned exhibition halls of American history museums. This story will take you on the road to 38 cemeteries, to visit the grave sites of 40 U.S. vice presidents.

38. American Presidents: Life Portraits
Gerard W. Gawalt, an american history Specialist in Richard Norton Smith on americanPresidents Watch. Michael Beschloss at the presidential sites Conference 37
Pick a President George Washington John Adams Thomas Jefferson James Madison James Monroe John Quincy Adams Andrew Jackson Martin Van Buren William Henry Harrison John Tyler James K. Polk Zachary Taylor Millard Fillmore Franklin Pierce James Buchanan Abraham Lincoln Andrew Johnson Ulysses S. Grant Rutherford B. Hayes James A. Garfield Chester A. Arthur Grover Cleveland Benjamin Harrison William McKinley Theodore Roosevelt William Howard Taft Woodrow Wilson Warren G. Harding Calvin Coolidge Herbert Hoover Franklin D. Roosevelt Harry S Truman Dwight D. Eisenhower John F. Kennedy Lyndon B. Johnson Richard M. Nixon Gerald R. Ford Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan George Bush Bill Clinton George W. Bush
A Site to Complement C-SPAN 's 20th Anniversary Television Series, American Presidents: Life Portraits
March-December 1999
American Presidents Archive
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9:00 AM George Washington From George Washington’s Mount Vernon, Guests: Richard Norton Smith, Mt. Vernon Resident Director James Rees and others
Order Videotape March 15
11:45 AM George Washington CHAT with historian Jack Warren.

39. OPLIN History American History President S Day Links
system, a list of Web sites, and contact the Presidency, and the american politicalsystem. presidential Museum http// In

40. Nha-announce: Feb-3-2003
of american history, in support of summer enrichment programs for teachers atimportant historical sites around the nation, such as presidential homes
Update on the President's FY-2004 Budget Request for NEH
by John Hammer and Jessica Jones of the National Humanities Alliance
o Update on the President's FY-2004 Budget Request for NEH
President George W. Bush's budget proposal for FY-2004 was released to the public on February 3 the traditional first Monday after the State of the Union address. While parts of the budget were leaked in the weeks preceding February 3, the humanities community was surprised at the size of the requested increase for the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). While NEH officials had spoken in various ways of an increase, no one whom NHA contacted had expected $25 million a 22% increase. A table appears below detailing the $152 million request for NEH.
WE THE PEOPLE - The new funds are entirely focused on the NEH's "We the People" initiative on American history, culture and civics. The concept of the initiative was introduced with the budget request of a year ago, but at that time, no special funds were requested. The $25 million initiative ($2 million of which is for administration) is targeted on the problem of "historical amnesia" a response to numerous polls and studies that indicate American students are seriously deficient in knowledge about their country's history and culture. President Bush inaugurated the expanded We the People initiative in a White House Rose Garden ceremony on September 17, 2002, with remarks including:

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