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         American First Ladies History:     more books (101)
  1. Laura Bush: First Lady (Heroes of American History) by Carmen Bredeson, 2002-12
  2. American First Ladies : Their Lives and Their Legacy
  3. American First Ladies
  4. Abigail Adams: Famous First Lady (Famous People in American History) by Maya Glass, 2003-09
  5. First Lady, Public Wife: A Behind-The-Scenes History of the Evolving Role of First Ladies in American Political Life by James S. Rosebush, 1988-04
  6. Inventing a Voice: The Rhetoric of American First Ladies of the Twentieth Century (Communication, Media, and Politics) by Molly Meijer Wertheimer, 2004-10-27
  7. First Ladies: Political Role and Public Image by Edith P. Mayo, Denise D. Meringolo, et all 1995-03
  8. First Lady, Public Wife A Behind the scenes history fo the evolving role of first ladies in american political life by james Rosebush, 1987
  9. Abigail Adams: First Lady of the American Revolution (Ready-to-Read. Level 3) by Patricia Lakin, 2006-06-20
  10. Eleanor Roosevelt: First Lady of American Liberalism (Twayne's Twentieth-Century American Biography Series) by Lois Scharf, 1988-02
  11. First Ladies: A Biographical Dictionary (Facts on File Library of American History) by Dorothy Schneider, Carl J. Schneider, 2005-07-15
  12. Eleanor Roosevelt: First Lady: Creators of the American Mind Series, Volume II by James T. Baker, 1998-11-23
  13. Martha Washington: First Lady (Historical American Biographies) by Stephanie Sammartino McPherson, 1998-07
  14. Madame Chiang Kai-shek and Miss Emma Mills: China's First Lady and Her American Friend by Thomas A. Delong, 2007-02-28

1. National Museum Of American History: Exhibitions
Features detailed historical information organized around a daily theme. Browse the archive by day or month. Portraits of the Presidents and first ladies, 1789Present George Washington's first Inaugural Address . April 30, 1789. Words and Deeds in american history
"First Ladies: Political Role and Public Image" examines the evolving role of the first lady. The exhibition presents a new understanding of the demanding responsibilities of presidential wives and hostesses and looks at the relationship between the media and the woman in the White House. The exhibition is divided into three main sections and encompasses some 300 campaign and personal items and more than 500 illustrations and photographs. The First Lady: Political Role Many first ladies, especially in the 19th century, took on their new position with deep ambivalence. Notions of proper conduct for women made the role a contradiction, and forced first ladies to walk a fine line between public supporting their husbands and avoiding the appearance of interfering in politics. The first section of the exhibition reveals how different women have responded to the constraints and possibilities of the role: as a social partner and hostess, a promoter of culture and historic preservation, an advocate of social causes, and a campaigner and political partner with the president. The Gown Gallery The second section of the exhibition presents many first ladies, delves into history of these artifacts and of the First Ladies Collection, and offers a look at the conservation efforts required to put the fragile textiles on display. In dim light to protect the fabrics, dresses of sixteen first ladies are displayed nearby, from Dolley Madison to Nancy Reagan. Photographs show portraits of the women and details of their gowns, and exhibit labels describe the makers, materials, and history of the dresses, as well as the events to which the first ladies wore these garments.

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Wives of heads of state, from 20th century back through ancient times. United States First Ladies - Collectively Articles and sites with information about all the first ladies of the United States, including information on the office and duties and history of First Ladies. US First Ladies - Washington to Adams 2 Martha Washington, Abigail Adams, Martha Jefferson, Dolley Madison, Elizabeth Monroe, Louisa Adams: Wives of U.S. Presidents 1789-1829.

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Best Sellers U.S. Presidents Kennedy Posters American First Ladies : Their Lives and Their Legacy (Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, Vol 1788) by Lewis L. Gould (Editor) Accounts of 38 women and their impact upon the institution of first lady. Library Binding - 704 pages 2nd edition (May 2001) Garland Publishing; ISBN: 0415930219 A Different Drummer: My Thirty Years with Ronald Reagan by Michael K. Deaver, Nancy Reagan Listed under Ronald Reagan Smithsonian Book of the First Ladies by Doris Faber, Edith Mayo (Editor), Hillary Rodham Clinton Hardcover - 352 pages (April 1996) Barbara Bush (Library of Biography) by Arlene McGrath Heiss, Arleen McGrath Heiss, Vito Perrone (Designer) Reading level: Young Adult Paperback - 127 pages (October 1992) Chelsea House Pub Paperbacks; ISBN: 079101634X

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Accounts of 38 women and their impact upon the institution of first lady.
Library Binding - 704 pages 2nd edition (May 2001) Garland Publishing; ISBN: 0415930219 A Different Drummer: My Thirty Years with Ronald Reagan by Michael K. Deaver, Nancy Reagan Listed under Ronald Reagan Smithsonian Book of the First Ladies by Doris Faber, Edith Mayo (Editor), Hillary Rodham Clinton Hardcover - 352 pages (April 1996) Barbara Bush (Library of Biography) by Arlene McGrath Heiss, Arleen McGrath Heiss, Vito Perrone (Designer) Reading level: Young Adult Paperback - 127 pages (October 1992) Chelsea House Pub Paperbacks; ISBN: 079101634X Barbara Bush : A Memoir by Barbara Bush Hardcover - 575 pages (September 1994) Scribner; ISBN: 0025196359 Edith and Woodrow: The Wilson White House by Phyllis Lee Levin Listed under Woodrow Wilson First Ladies : The Saga of the Presidents' Wives and Their Power 1961-1990 by Carl Sferrazza Anthony Paperback Rep edition Vol 002 (July 1993) Quill; ISBN: 0688125751

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  • 11. Books About American President, First Ladies And White House
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    and The White House Books and Publications on American Presidents The Presidents of the United States of America. Frank Freidel. White House Historical Association. 2001 (current edition). Portrait and profile of each President through George W. Bush. Companion to the White House Historical Association book on First Ladies. The Reconstruction Presidents Brooks J. Simpson. $35.00.
    A Pictorial History of U.S. Presidents. Clare Gibson. This beautifully illustrated glimpse into the lives of men who have risen to become the leaders of this great country contains color photos. Includes all 43 presidents. $12.99. #1605 Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States. Volume 1, Washington through Garfield. Volume 2, Cleveland through Clinton. $14.95 each volume.
    Volume 1 #9781557095039. Volume 2 #9781557095046 America's Heritage.

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    14. Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service - Exhibitions
    political, and celebrity status of first ladies is the subject of a unique exhibitionfrom the Smithsonian's National Museum of american history, Behring Center

    15. American History A 2 CD Set
    about the first lady from the special section entitled first ladies . and TECHNOLOGY,integrate the important factors that helped shape american history.
    AMERICAN HISTORY: TEXTBOOK FOR THE 21st CENTURY The Program Includes: Fully Narrated Chronology 1000 Photographs and Drawings 100 Video Clips 500 Primary Source Documents MultiEducator's American History 2 CD ROM set The program's CHRONOLOGY
    Explore individual events (which are all narrated). Students receive a brief description of the event and can learn more by pressing the MORE INFO. button.
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    Nearly 100 VIDEO CLIPS can be seen, each an original newsreel of the events depicted in the program.
    A student can click on the PRESIDENT button from any event screen and learn about the President at the time. The Presidents' section includes information about the President before he became President, as well as his activities as President. Each "President" screen is linked to a screen regarding that Presidential ELECTION which outlines the issues of the campaign, the outcome of the vote and the states carried. Students can also access information about the first lady from the special section entitled

    16. First Ladies | Vol 15 No 3 | OAH Magazine Of History
    From the White House to the Classroom Bringing american Historyto Life through the Study of first ladies Jody Hanley Stawicki.
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    Teaching a First Ladies Curriculum in the Classroom
    For Further Reading: A Bibliography of Selected First Lady Resources
    Edith P. Mayo and Allida M. Black ARTICLES
    The "White Glove Pulpit": A History of Policy Influence by First Ladies
    Robert P. Watson The Modern First Lady and Public Policy: From Edith Wilson through Hillary Rodham Clinton
    Allida M. Black Teaching the First Ladies Using Material Culture
    Edith P. Mayo Discovering the Past in the Papers of First Ladies
    John Ferris LESSON PLANS " . . . to leave this splendor for our grandchildren": Lady Bird Johnson, Environmentalist Extraordinaire Rita G. Koman Eleanor Roosevelt and the Declaration of Human Rights: A Simulation Activity Sally Gilbert and Kathy Shollenberger From the White House to the Classroom: Bringing American History to Life through the Study of First Ladies Jody Hanley Stawicki EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES The First Ladies: An ERIC/ChESS Sample Carrie Kulczak The Journal of American History Introduces Teaching the JAH with an excerpt by Constance Areson Clark CLASSROOM MEDIA Putting Courses on the Web May Benefit Your Traditional Classroom Richard Pate ON TEACHING PSAT and AP Success Raymond J. Palin

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    18. American President: LP_1stLadies
    Materials The american President website biography section index on the first ladies;Speech(es) of Hillary Rodham Clinton; Textbook and other history resources.
    First Ladies' Speeches: A Woman's Perspective on the Issues of the Day
    By Mira Spiegel Cohen Overview Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barbara Bush, Nancy Reagan, Rosalyn Carter, Betty Ford, Lady Bird Johnson, and Jacqueline Kennedy—all of our recent first ladies have been active, opinionated, knowledgeable and involved in the issues of their times. These women follow a long tradition of activism, for from the very start, the first ladies have played varying, but important, roles in shaping the administrations of their husbands. In this lesson, students will research one or more of the first ladies, including their personal backgrounds, personalities, educations and political ideologies. Additionally, students will investigate the important issues of the day and the special projects in which the first ladies were engaged. Students will analyze the role of the first lady throughout history as well as the role of women in the political process today. This lesson is designed for use in any middle or high school classroom and can be modified or adapted to suit different levels. Objectives Students will:
    • Research the background of one or more of the first ladies Write an issue speech based on their research and reflecting the important historical issues Draw conclusions regarding the development of the role of women in politics
    Time Required The basic lesson will take about one and a half to two class periods and can be developed to include more time, depending on the needs and interests of the teacher.

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    20. American Women's History: Politics
    Lewis, ed. american first ladies Their Lives and Their Legacy. New York Garland,1996. Networking Tools. HPOL United States Political history http//www.h
    American Women's History: A Research Guide
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    "Bibliography." Journal of Women's History 4 (Spring 1992): 176-218.
    Includes citations to articles published in English over a 10 year period. The first section covers women in politics (p. 176-218), whereas the second section covers birth control. Cox, Elizabeth. Women in Modern American Politics: A Bibliography, 1900-1995 . Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly, 1996. Dinkin, Robert J. "Bibliographic Essay." In Before Equal Suffrage: Women in Partisan Politics from Colonial Times to 1920 . Contributions to Women's Studies, no. 152. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1995. First Ladies' Bibliography [online]. Canton, Ohio: The National First Ladies' Library, n.d. [cited 12 March 1998]. Available from: Flanagan, Maureen. H-SHGAPE Bibliographical Essays: Women and Politics [online]. Available from: Jafari, May.

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