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  1. The Ideals Guide to Presidential Homes and Libraries by Peggy Schaefer, 2002-06
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41. American Experience | The Presidents | PBS
A collection of research developed for the PBS television series. Includes a review of all 20th century chief executives, a collection of presidential quotes, links to related sites, a comprehensive collection of primary source materials, and a teachers' guide.
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 Welcome to The Presidents
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 voyagevoyages shaped largely by how each sitting president has defined the institution of the presidency. Some have been more bold and adventuresome than othersworking to mold public opinion and actively pushing their programs through Congress. Others have not ventured farfeeling that presidential intervention often causes more problems than it solves.
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42. American History Timelines
the War of 1812 saw the British force President James Madison Click Here To VisitOther history sites At Martin Kellyyour Guide to american history.
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Timeline: 1600 - 1625
Take a year-by-year look at what was happening in North America 150 years before the revolution. Timeline: 1675 - 1700
Colony building and clashes with the Native Americans were the hallmark of the 17th century's last quarter. Take a year-by-year look at what was happening in North America 100 years before the revolution.
American Involvement in Wars from Colonial Times to the Present
This American History timeline focuses on American involvement in wars throughout its colonial and present-day history. Timeline: War of 1812
Termed the 'Second American Revolution' by some, the War of 1812 saw the British force President James Madison out of the White House. Follow the events of the war that could have meant the end to independence.

43. American History From About
Make this your home for american history on the Internet. Find informative articles, great content and reviewed sites to give you the best american history resources the web has to offer. You are

44. ReferenceResources:UnitedStatesPresidents
Links to Other history sites That Might Also Contain Information about US Presidents.american Memory Learning Page of the Library of Congress Historical
Reference Resources: United States Presidents Presidential Sites American Presidency Articles on the presidents, the presidency and American politics. This set is designed for school grades 3 through 8; photographs of each president - SEARCHABL E by name American Presidents: Life Portraits SEARCHABLE by name Hall of Presidents Brief presidential biographies; official White House portrait. History Buff's Presidential Wing History Buff's site contains newspaper articles, facts, and inaugural addresses of the U.S. presidents The Presidents Links to information about the presidents and presdidential sites Portraits of U.S. Presidents and First Ladies 1789 - Present A timeline and photographs of past Presidents and First Ladies (More than one photograph per President and First Lady ; photographs can be enlarged) Portraits of the U.S. Presidents from the National Portrait Gallery

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46. History - FirstGov For Kids
Learn all about Harry Truman, former president of the Organization sites (these sitesare not maintained by you ever thought about how american songs developed

Arts Careers Computers ... Transportation History Our past is an important part of our lives. There are so many amazing facts that we should know. Pop quiz: What year did Columbus arrive in the Americas? Answer: 1492. Now you're ready for Jeopardy! Government Sites
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American Memory - Visit the digital library and learn all about American history and culture. American Treasures of the Library of Congress - A guide to some of the "treasures" in the Library of Congress. Check out Thomas Jefferson's handwritten draft of the Declaration of Independence. America's Story - Discover the stories of America's past.Jump back in time, meet amazing Americans, explore the states and more. Creating French Culture - This Library of Congress page gives an overview of French history through the eyes of the art and culture of the times. Edison National Historic Site - Edison's improvements to the telegraph and the telephone placed him on the cutting edge of communication technology at the turn of the Twentieth Century. If Edison were living today, he would be interested in both the Internet and the World Wide Web, a technology that can now make the legacy of the world's most famous inventor available to you. Enactment of a Law - Library of Congress site about the steps to enact a law in the U.S. Government.

47. Cyndi's List - U.S. - History
The Beverly, Massachusetts home of President Taft s summer and genealogical linksto other TAFT related sites. and Sally Hemings An american Controversy A
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48. From Revolution To Reconstruction
From Revolution to Reconstruction and what happened afterwards. A project on american history containing outlines of american history Culture, sourcematerials, essays, biographies, presidential
New in 1995 New in 1996 New in 1997 New in 1998 ... New in 2003 A Hypertext on American History from the colonial period until Modern Times
Department of Humanities Computing, University of Groningen, The Netherlands The main body of this hypertext project, which was started in 1994, comes from a number of USIA-publications: An Outline of American History An Outline of the American Economy An Outline of American Government , and An Outline of American Literature . The text of these Outlines has not been changed, but they have been enriched with hypertext-links to relevant documents , original essays, other Internet sites, and to other Outlines A number of contributors have prepared additional texts and links for the project. And this project will grow als long as we find new texts and volunteers who are willing to contribute. You can help this WWW-project in collective authoring by contributing texts or by sponsoring You can read this hypertext as you like: follow the main text of the Outline of American History or just find your own way through the web of texts. If this server may be down, you can always try to access the

49. National Museum Of American History: Press Releases
The minimum capability for viewing The american Presidency A Glorious Burden online includes a 56K Other Smithsonian Web sites About Presidents.
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Melinda Machado (202) 357-3129 Smithsonian Web Sites Honor and Explore the Presidency On Nov. 14, Internet users will be able to get a sneak preview of the Smithsonian’s newest exhibition, "The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden," when the exhibition’s Web site goes on line at "The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden" itself opens to the public at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington on Nov. 15. Unprecedented in size and scope, "The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden" explores 200 years of the American presidency—the men and their impact on the office. The exhibition showcases national treasures, including George Washington’s uniform, the desk on which Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence and a microphone used by Franklin Delano Roosevelt in his radio "fireside chats." The Web site offers users a world-class virtual exhibition that extends "The Presidency’s" audience to Internet users, providing a rich and enjoyable educational resource for students, teachers and parents. The site is not a re-creation of the exhibition that visitors will see in the National Museum of American History. Instead, it reshapes and retells the story of the presidency in ways possible only in an interactive medium, using the strengths of the Web to expand the exhibit’s offerings.

50. African Americans - Culture, History, Legacy And Heritage Of A Proud People Incl
presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient and Civil Rights Leader Dr. Dorothy BuffaloSoldiers African America Soldiers on the Frontier. Visit our other sites.
This website is Dedicated To All Things For And About The African American Diaspora Activism Achievers Africa Africana ... Home The history of African Americans in the United States began in 1619 when a Dutch ship brought the first slaves from Africa to the shores of North America. Of all ethnic groups, African Americans were the only ones to arrive on these shores against their will. African American History Month celebrates the role African Americans have played in U.S. history. This website strives to share with you the contributions that African Americans have made to our society. Read the Complete Story.
Tribute To A Hero Lt. John F. Kennedy receives the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps medal for heroic conduct from Capt. Frederic L. Conklin June 12, 1944. JFK used his father's connections to get assigned to active duty. Says Dallek, "He was determined to get into combat. It was part of the culture at the time, patriotism. But he was heroic in doing that."
A Tribute To The Man That Revived The Presidential Medal of Freedom And Made It Flourish In America To Honor Our Heroes
National Museum of African American History and Culture Act of 2003
A Brief History of Civil Rights in the United States of America
'Mother of the Civil Rights Movement' National African American History Month, 2004 by the

51. PresidentS Resource
Monticello. Jefferson from The american Revolution project. Texas. Papers,Articles, and Related sites presidential Papers. Article
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    When you read this, please pause for a moment and say a prayer for our U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Of all the gifts you could give a U.S. soldier, Prayer is the very best one. ADVANCED PLACEMENT U.S. HISTORY BISHOP VEROT HIGH SCHOOL FT. MYERS, FLORIDA Mr. J. Hamann, Instructor WHAT YOU CAN FIND ON THIS WEB PAGE: ABOUT AP U.S. HISTORY BISHOP VEROT HIGH SCHOOL ESSAY HELP LINKS TO USEFUL SITES ... REVIEW SITES ABOUT AP U.S. HISTORY FORMAT OF THE AP U.S. HISTORY EXAM Each AP U.S. History Examination is three hours and ten minutes in length and has both a multiple choice and a free-response section. Fifty-five minutes are allotted for Part I, the multiple choice section, which contains 80 questions and accounts for 50 percent of the composite score. Part II, the free-response section, consists of a required 15-minute reading period, a required document-based question for which 45 minutes are recommended, and an essay section in which students select one question from each of two groups of questions. Thirty-five minutes are allotted for each of the essays. The DBQ and the essays account for 50 percent of the composite score. (Back to Top) DBQ INFORMATION Beginning with the 2003 exam, ETS will no longer announce the time period for the DBQ.

    53. Education World® : History Center
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    54. History Resources
    Constitution and ends with the 1996 presidential Campaign. pictures and links to othersites which provide This is a great resource for early american history.
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    1492: An Ongoing Voyage
    This site features information on Columbus's historic voyage from the Library of Congress archives. Not much on graphics, but a lot of good information here. SM
    An Abridged History of the USA
    This book, published online, covers a period of 207 years of U.S. History. It starts with the ratification of the Constitution and ends with the 1996 Presidential Campaign. It has some pictures and links to other sites which provide supporting/additional information. Very interesting!
    Academy of Achievement
    The Academy of Achievement brings you pictures and stories of "legendary achievers" of the 20th century in areas such as arts, public service, sports, and science. It’s a diverse and interesting group. There’s also a section where you can hear achievers tell how important qualities such as passion and vision have been to them. (Slow, but there is a low bandwidth version.)
    The Age of King Charles V (1338-1380)
    The Bibliotheque Nationale de France presents this large site containing historical information of the King Charles V period. It's organized well, with access to many documents, manuscripts, and works of art. Available in English and French.

    55. American History Links You Need Are Here
    Library includes the inaugural addresses of all US presidents. Government, and AnOutline of american Literature. original essays, other Internet sites, and to

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    with your ad. CLICK HERE CURRICULUM HOME SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS ... Abraham Lincoln Research Site Did you know that Lincoln had a dog named Fido and that Lincoln's sons kept goats in the White House? Learn dozens of facts about Lincoln at this site, including information about his childhood, his famous speeches, his favorite poems and more. There are also many links to other sites about Lincoln. America's Library The history of the United States comes to life in this exciting site from the nation's library. Read about famous Americans, listen to and watch old cartoons, music and movies, learn about the different eras, and much more. American Memory A multimedia site put together by the Library of Congress. Learn about the history of the United States through pictures, documents, movies, maps, and sound recordings. You can listen to music from the 1930s, look at pictures taken during the Civil War, and see and hear lots of other fun things.

    56. American Presidents History Resources
    Academic american Encyclopedia Millard Fillmore. Millard Fillmore. George Washington.George Washington First President. Previous 5 sites Previous Next
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    57. Franklin D. Roosevelt And The New Deal
    Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2001; presidential Inaugurations About fromthe Archives of american Art Some If you know other sites about Franklin D
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    New Deal Since January 22, 1997
    Last changes July 8, 2003 This page offers you a list of interesting homepages and sites about Roosevelt and his New Deal. Although everyone is encouraged to use the links, they're in the first place for teachers dealing with the subject in the classroom. We found many pages about FDR on the net, but just a few are especially suitable for usage by teachers and pupils. The 'Best sites' are most valuable concerning education. Here you can find loads of information, pictures and other educational material. The 'Other sites' are smaller, but they're all worth a visit. Best sites
  • New Deal Network [Everything about the New Deal]
  • The American Presidency [Grolier Online Encyclopedia]
  • FDR Cartoon Archive [Political cartoons from the precidency of FDR]
  • POTUS, Presidents of the United States: Franklin Delano Roosevelt [The Internet Public Library] ...
  • The Educational Resources Information Center [Search ERIC]
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  • The White House Web Server: Franklin D. Roosevelt [Four Inaugural addresses, short biography]
  • 58. Presidential Inaugurations: Related Web Resources
    The sites listed here should provide balanced, thoughtful views on american historyand will put into context the quadrennial presidential inaugurations.
    Inaugurations Home Page
    Presidential Inaugurations: Related Web Resources
    There is a vast amount of information on U.S. presidents on the Internet. Even the simplest query brings up hundreds of sites, many of which deserve further exploration. The selected Web sites presented here relate more specifically to Presidential Inaugurations Many federal agencies have posted Web sites on the presidents or inaugurations. The suggestions below include sites from both legislative and executive branch agencies, among them the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, the White House, the presidential libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), and the Smithsonian Institution¹s National Museum of American History. Additionally, there is a link to the inaugural addresses provided by the Avalon Project at the Yale Law School. The sites listed here should provide balanced, thoughtful views on American history and will put into context the quadrennial presidential inaugurations. It should be noted that interest in presidential inaugurations peaks in election years and some of the sites listed here may not remain active indefinitely; if they do have an extended life, they will probably be updated periodically.

    59. Hechavarriaj
    videos, 8mm movies, desktop publishing software, book marked Web sites. KeywordsPresidents of the USA, american history, government, civics, Social Studies
    U.S. PRESIDENTIAL HISTORY How It Works: Students will a journey through history exploring past and current presidents. The students will be able to understand the structure, functions, and purposes of government and how the principles and values of American democracy are reflected in American constitutional government. Students are also engaged in researching presidents through the use of technology showcased in a HyperStudio presentation. Students learn the fundamentals of technology by copying, pasting, and saving items needed to complete their research. As a finale, students will be able to become the president of their choice and present themselves to their class. Standards: The students will learn about the role of the citizen in American democracy. The students will read biographies and short stories related to American presidents. The students will identify the Declaration of Independence, their United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights as the documents that serve as the basis for American democratic principles. The students will discuss the major democratic principles and concepts outlined in the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights; i.e. freedom, justice, equality, voting, majority and minority rule.

    60. WWW-VL: American West: Westward Expansion Index: History Of America's West
    Quizes at America s Story and american history quizzes The the Plank Presidentgames like Name the president. Interactive sites * Find eagles in the White
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    The World-Wide Web Virtual Library (WWW-VL) Main Catalog
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