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         American History Presidential:     more books (100)
  1. Hats in the Ring: An Illustrated History of American Presidential Campaigns by Evan Cornog, Richard Whelan, 2000-09-12
  2. History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-2008
  3. History of American Presidential Election 1789 - 2001 (History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-2001)
  4. History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-1984 (Vol 1) by Arthur Meier Schlesinger, 1986-06
  5. A Statistical History of the American Presidential Elections: With Supplementary Tables Covering 1968-1980 by Svend Petersen, 1981-10-27
  6. A statistical history of the American presidential elections by Svend Petersen, 1963
  7. History of American Presidential Elections: Election Years, 1960-1968
  8. History of American Presidential Elections: Election Years, 1912-1924
  9. A Statistical History of the American Presidential Elections. Introduction: Our National Elections, by Svend, Petersen, 1968-06
  10. History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-1968: Election Years, 1872-1888
  11. History of American Presidential Elections 1789-1968: Volume 1-4 Complete by Jr. Arthur M. Schlesinger, 1971
  12. History of American Presidential Elections. Vol 2 1848-1896 by Arthur ( editor) Schlesinger, 1971
  13. History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-1984: Supplemental Volume, 1972-1984 by Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Fred L. Israel, 1986-04
  14. HISTORY OF AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 1789-1968 VOLUME III - PAGES 865 THUR 1299 (VOLUME 3)

1. From Revolution To Reconstruction: Presidents
Find a directory of US presidents. Click on a president's name to find copies of speeches and links to other resources. the american Presidents. Biographies of all presidents by Clinton presidential Materials Fujisan. american Presidents Life Portraits by The american Presidency (including additional
http://odur.let.rug.nl/~usa/P
FRtR Presidents
Presidents
This area is an index on the presidents of the United States and contains information and documents of their speeches, writings, biographies and anything else related to their person or the office they are holding.
  • George Washington
  • John Adams
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • James Madison ...
  • George W. Bush Websites dedicated to the American Presidents
  • 2. American President: Presidential History Resources
    been created to help students explore individual presidents, american history, and the upcoming presidential election.
    http://www.americanpresident.org/presidentialresources.htm
    Presidential History Resources New, original material, written by teachers and historians, is being added to the sections below on a regular basis. To find out how to join this collaborative effort, click here Presidential Biographies: Each biography is broken into sections ranging from "Life Before the Presidency" to image galleries. These resources will make it possible for students to research and compare presidents. Lesson Plans: Unique lesson plans have been developed for each program in The American President series. Materials have also been created to help students explore individual presidents, American history, and the upcoming presidential election. Web Resources: Teachers all over the country have evaluated hundreds of online resources on the history of the presidency, individual presidents, American history, and the upcoming presidential election. Essays: Historians, journalists, and educators offer their insights on individual presidents, the office of the presidency, and the 2000 election. Writers for this section include

    3. ElectionsCentral- A History Of Presidential Elections
    Provide graphs on both Electoral votes and popular for all US presidential Elections.Category Science Social Sciences american Government Presidency...... history of presidential Elections, How Elections Work. All of the graphs and textsin this section have been excerpted from our american history CDROM.
    http://www.multied.com/elections/
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    HistoryCentral.com US Presidential Elections Welcome to our History of Presidential Elections Site.
    This part of our site provides the history of each Presidential election. We present both the popular and electoral votes in each election, as well as states won, issues in the election and turnout. We also provide a complete review of the 2000 election. History of Presidential Elections How Elections Work Disputed Elections Books ... Election 2000 Learn About the Elections All of the graphs and texts in this section have been excerpted from our American History CD-ROM.
    If you have any questions or suggestions, please send them to us at multied@multied.com

    4. The Presidents Of The United States
    A collection of biographies and photographs from the official White House web site.Category Kids and Teens School Time United States Presidents...... Room Art and Furnishings. Events Traditions. Africanamerican history Month. Presidents'Day. Resources. Historical Association. presidential Libraries. Military.
    http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/
    Tours Tour in Person Tour On-Line Spotty's Tour
    Presidents
    ... Kids Quiz
    White House Art Eisenhower Executive Office Building Facts Life in the White House ... State of the Union
    Resources Historical Association Presidential Libraries
    Military Air Force One Camp David Marine One Home ... Presidents by Name
    Alphabetical Order:
    Adams to Jackson Alphabetical Order:
    Jefferson to Wilson Adams, John
    Jefferson, Thomas

    Adams, John

    Johnson, Andrew
    ... Presidents by Date The President biographies presented here are from the book The Presidents of the United States of America written by Frank Freidel and Hugh S. Sidey (contributing author), published by the White House Historical Association with the cooperation of the National Geographic Society Life in the White House Press Briefing with Ari Fleischer President Updates America on Operations Liberty Shield and Iraqi Freedom ... More News In an address to the nation, President Bush said, "My fellow citizens, at this hour, American and coalition forces are in the early stages of military operations to disarm Iraq, to free its people and to defend the world from grave danger." More Videos What happened on this day in 1964 during Lyndon Johnson's administration?

    5. Jensen's American Political History On-Line
    american Political history OnLine GOOGLE recommended as best of the search engines; caches items that others have been erased facts texts from Internet Public Library. american Presidents from PBS recommended. presidential Character from PBS
    http://tigger.cc.uic.edu/~rjensen/pol-gl.htm
    American Political History On-Line
    by Richard Jensen, March 2003
    online at http://tigger.uic.edu/~rjensen/pol-gl.htm
  • General
    • http://tigger.uic.edu/~rjensen/political.htm Political Research Guide by Richard Jensen, but more general than this one
    • Search the WWW
    • GOOGLE recommended as best of the search engines; caches items that others have been erased
    • America: History and Life Abstracts of 400,000+ history articles from ABC-CLIO; 1950-present; campus subscription required (check with Librarian) recommended some of the major journals are available online in JSTOR or Project MUSE
    • Ingenta search (or purchase) scholarly articles recommended
    • Infotrac Searchable index and (often) full text of scholarly journals; campus subscription required
    • JSTOR complete text online of all articles; also includes major journals in political science, economics, demography; free access if your school subscribes. List of JSTOR schools
      recommended American Historical Review 1895-1996 recent issues online at History Cooperative ; American Quarterly 1949-1995; Journal of American History 1964-1996; recent issues online at History Cooperative ; Mississippi Valley Historical Review 1914-1964; Journal of Economic History 1941-1996; Journal of Military History 1989-1998; Military Affairs 1937-1988; Journal of Negro History 1916-1998; Journal of Southern History 1935-1996; Reviews in American History 1973-1994; William and Mary Quarterly 1892-1996 [coverage to 1820]; also American Journal of Political Science 1973-2000; Midwest Journal of Political Science 1957-1972; American Political Science Review 1906-1998; Journal of Politics 1939-1998; Political Science Quarterly 1886-1997 Journal of Political Economy 1892-2000;
  • 6. American History A 2 CD Set
    The program's CHRONOLOGY is divided into 14 eras in american history¬ó startingwith the age of exploration and ending with the 1994 presidential Election and
    http://www.multied.com/USHIST/USADFrame.html
    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.
    A BIBLIOGRAPHY button provides additional references for further exploration. Many events include a DOCUMENT button, to access the full text of an original document from that event. These documents can all be printed or exported.
    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

    7. OPLIN: History > American History > Presidential Election Of 2000
    history american history presidential Election of 2000 CSPANPublic Affairs on the Web http//www.c-span.org/ Voting guides
    http://www.oplin.lib.oh.us/index.cfm?ID=11-60-2310

    8. From Revolution To Reconstruction
    From Revolution to Reconstruction and what happened afterwards. A project about american history containing outlines of american history Culture, source materials, essays, biographies and presidential information.
    http://odur.let.rug.nl/~usa/
    New in 1995 New in 1996 New in 1997 New in 1998 ... New in 2002 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.

    9. OPLIN: History > American History > Impeaching A President > Presidential Impeac
    history american history Impeaching a President presidentialImpeachment history presidential Impeachment history Articles
    http://www.oplin.lib.oh.us/index.cfm?ID=11-60-369-371

    10. Core Documents Of U.S. Democracy
    Key documents that define the american democracy, divided by governmental branch.Category Society history United States Historical Documents...... Papers at the Library of Congress; Weekly Compilation of presidential Documents. Demographicamerican FactFinder; Statistical Abstract of the United States.
    http://www.access.gpo.gov/su_docs/locators/coredocs/

    Home
    Privacy Site Search Help ... Miscellaneous Cornerstone Documents Congressional Presidential Judicial Regulatory Demographic Economic Miscellaneous

    11. Urban Legends Reference Pages: History (Presidential S-Say)
    on file at the Truman presidential Museum Library Last updated 31 December 2002.The URL for this page is http//www.snopes.com/history/american/truman.htm.
    http://www.snopes.com/history/american/truman.htm
    Presidential S-Say Claim: The middle name of President Harry Truman was just the letter 'S.' Status: True. Origins: Harry S. Truman, the 33rd President of the United States, came into the world on 8 May 1884. His parents, John Anderson Truman and Martha Ellen Truman, couldn't decide on a suitable name for their bouncing baby boy, and when the attending doctor finally registered the child's birth with the county clerk a month later, the infant still had no name. Eventually the Trumans chose to name their boy "Harry" after his maternal uncle, Harrison Young. Unable to decide between a middle name honoring Harry's maternal grandfather (Solomon Young) or his paternal grandfather (Anderson Shipp[e] Truman), John and Martha opted not to give little Harry a middle name at all and settled on something that could represent either grandparent: the letter 'S' by itself. (As Truman biographer David McCullough noted, using a single letter that stood for nothing specific was "a practice not unknown among the Scotch-Irish, even for first names.") Although the 'S' was not technically an abbreviation and therefore did not need to be followed by a period, Truman's full name was generally rendered as

    12. Urban Legends Reference Pages: History (A Turn Of The Head)
    The URL for this page is http//www.snopes.com/history/american/turnhead.htm. SourcesKlein, Harold A. presidential Seal Speaks of Peace. New York Newsday.
    http://www.snopes.com/history/american/turnhead.htm
    A Turn of the Head Claim: During wartime, the seal of the President of the United States is modified so that the eagle's head faces the opposite direction. Status: False. Example: [Collected on the Internet, 2001]
    Almost a year ago, the "West Wing" aired an episode where the United States was at war. An observation was made about the Presidential Seal during war time. The Presidential Seal, has a shield bearing bald eagle clutching olive branches in its right talons and arrows in its left. The eagles head is turned toward the olive branches. The "West Wing" mentioned that in times of war, the Presidential Seals are replaced with an eagle whose head is turned toward the arrows. Origins: The Great Seal of the President of the United States was fixed in its current form featuring a coat of arms similar to the one found on The Great Seal of the United States , with an eagle clutching thirteen arrows in one talon and an olive branch in the other well over fifty years ago, so most of us do not recall a time when it looked any different. Prior to 1945, however, the coat of arms of the presidential seal bore a marked difference to the coat of arms of the Great Seal the eagle on the presidential seal faced to the viewer's right, towards the talon with the arrows, while the eagle on the Great Seal faced the opposite direction:

    13. Grolier Online's The American Presidency
    A history of presidents, the presidency, politics and related subjects. Includes biographies for every Category Society history North America United States Presidents...... presidential Gallery Video and sound clips from important points in history. HistoricalElection Results Results of every american presidential election from
    http://gi.grolier.com/presidents/preshome.html
    Grolier is pleased to present The American Presidency , an exclusive history of presidents, the presidency, politics and related subjects. Select an encyclopedia set or a feature to begin. Help/Citations

    14. American Museum Of The Moving Image
    A history of presidential campaign commercials from 1952 to the present, from the american Museum Category Arts Television Commercials......THE LIVING ROOM CANDIDATE A history OF presidential CAMPAIGN COMMERCIALS,19522000 This exhibition requires RealPlayer or Windows Media Player.
    http://www.ammi.org/livingroomcandidate/
    This exhibition requires RealPlayer or Windows Media Player

    15. Presidential Proclamation For African American History Month, 2001
    Gateway, 1 February 2001. National African american history Month, 2001A Proclamation by the President of the United States of America.
    http://usinfo.state.gov/usa/blackhis/proc2001.htm
    Gateway 1 February 2001
    National African American History Month, 2001
    A Proclamation by the President of the United States of America
    In 1915, Carter Godwin Woodson, the father of Black history, founded the Association for the Study of African-American Life and History. Each February, the Association proposes a theme to guide the celebration of National African American History Month. For this year, the Association has chosen "Creating and Defining the African-American Community: Family, Church, Politics, and Culture." This month in particular, we remember the stories of those who have helped to build our Nation and advance the cause of freedom and civil rights. We remember the bravery of the soldiers of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment and the sailors of the USS MASON in service to our country. We remember those who marched on Washington, sat at whites-only lunch counters, and walked rather than use segregated buses. And we remember those, known only to each of us, who helped to build our families, places of worship, and communities. When we examine our Nation's history, we discover these and countless other stories that inspire us. They are stories of the triumph of the human spirit, tragic stories of cruelty rooted in ignorance and bigotry, yet stories of everyday people rising above their circumstances and the prejudice of others to build lives of dignity.

    16. Presidential Proclamation For African American History Month, 2000
    Gateway, 31 January 2000. National African american history Month, 2000A Proclamation by the President of the United States of America.
    http://usinfo.state.gov/usa/blackhis/proc2000.htm
    Gateway 31 January 2000
    National African American History Month, 2000
    A Proclamation by the President of the United States of America
    Each year during National African American History Month, as we explore the history and culture of African Americans, we discover a new a treasure of stories about the triumph of the human spirit, inspiring accounts of everyday people rising above the indignities imposed by prejudice. These stories are not only an important part of African American history, but an essential part of American history. We are awakened to such stories through the power, beauty, and unflinching witness of poets and writers like Maya Angelou, Gwendolyn Brooks, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Langston Hughes, James Weldon Johnson, Toni Morrison, and Alice Walker. We find them in the lives and voices of Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, Booker T. Washington, and others who, rising above slavery, brutality, and bigotry, became great American champions of liberty, equality, and dignity. We see them written in the achievements of civil rights leaders like Daisy Bates, James Farmer, John Lewis, Martin Luther King, Jr., Thurgood Marshall, Mary Church Terrell, Roy Wilkins, and Whitney Young. The theme of this year's African American History Month is "Heritage and Horizons: The African American Legacy and the Challenges of the 21st Century." It is a reminder that the new century on which we have just embarked offers us a unique opportunity to write our own chapter in the history of African Americans and of our Nation. We can use this time of extraordinary prosperity and peace to widen the circle of opportunity in America, to recognize that our society's rich diversity is one of our greatest strengths, and to unite around the fundamental values that we all share as Americans. We can teach our children that America's story has been written by men and women of every race and creed and ethnic background. And we can ensure that our laws, our actions, and our words honor the rights and dignity of every human being.

    17. TP: Images Of American Political History
    Map of the presidential Election of 1968. { Top of Page }. Images of AmericanPolitical history. All images are believed to be in the public domain.
    http://teachpol.tcnj.edu/amer_pol_hist/_browse_maps.htm
    Images of American Political History
    browse and search
    using the collection
    Select a New Teaching Politics Destination Images of American Political History Conference Papers Book Reviews Virtual Conference The Guide to Teaching Multimedia Resources H-Teachpol Discussion List The Web Crawler About Teaching Politics Teaching Politics Home Page Maps of Growth, Population, and Elections Legend for maps of territorial growth.
    Map of northern colonies, 1768.

    Map of territorial growth, 1775.

    Map of territorial growth, 1790.
    ... Top of Page Images of American Political History. All images are believed to be in the public domain. Teaching Politics is published by William J. Ball ( ball@tcnj.edu

    18. TP: Images Of American Political History
    Map of the presidential Election of 1948. { Top of Page }. Images of AmericanPolitical history. All images are believed to be in the public domain.
    http://teachpol.tcnj.edu/amer_pol_hist/_browse1950.htm
    Images of American Political History
    browse and search
    using the collection
    Select a New Teaching Politics Destination Images of American Political History Conference Papers Book Reviews Virtual Conference The Guide to Teaching Multimedia Resources H-Teachpol Discussion List The Web Crawler About Teaching Politics Teaching Politics Home Page
    Browse Images by Era
    William McKinley.
    Map of the Presidential Election of 1900.

    Map of territorial growth, 1900.

    Legend for maps of territorial growth.
    ... Top of Page Images of American Political History. All images are believed to be in the public domain. Teaching Politics is published by William J. Ball ( ball@tcnj.edu

    19. African American Pamphlets - Time Line
    A time line of African american history (1852-1880) from the Library of Congress.Category Society Ethnicity African African-american history...... McLeod Bethune, educator, government official, and Africanamerican leader, was knownas The Father of Black history, was born A close presidential election.
    http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/aap/timeline.html
    Time Line of African American History, 1852-1880
    The following works were valuable sources in the compilation of this Time Line: Lerone Bennett's Before the Mayflower (Chicago: Johnson Publishing Co., 1982), W. Augustus Low and Virgil A. Clift's Encyclopedia of Black America (New York: Da Capo Press, 1984), and Harry A. Ploski and Warren Marr's The Negro Almanac (New York: Bellwether Co., 1976). Timeline: 1881-1900
    Timeline: 1901-1925
    Daniel A. P. Murray born. Born in Baltimore on March 3. Murray, an African-American, was assistant librarian of Congress, and a collector of books and pamphlets by and about black Americans.
    Publication of Uncle Tom's Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel, published on March 20, focused national attention on the cruelties of slavery.
    Lincoln University chartered. Initially known as Ashmun Institute, Lincoln University was chartered in Oxford, Pennsylvania, on January 1. It was one of America's earliest Negro colleges.
    Booker Taliaferro Washington born. Born in Franklin County, Virginia, on April 5, Washington was the first principal of Tuskegee Institute (1881), and was the individual most responsible for its early development. Washington was considered the leading African-American spokesman of his day.
    Supreme Court rules on the Dred Scott case.

    20. Web Sites For The History Profession
    Omohundro Institute of Early american history and Culture; Oral history Association;Politics and history Page, UCLA; Rutherford B. Hayes presidential Center;
    http://www.oah.org/announce/links.html
    Click here for . . . About OAH Advertising Announcements Committees Contact Us History Web Links Journal of American History Job Listings Lectureship Magazine of History Mailing Lists Meetings Membership Member Benefits and Services OAH Newsletter Publications Recent Scholarship Search Talking History Teaching Resources
    Links for the History Profession
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