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  1. Joseph Smith an American Prophet (Classics in Mormon Literature) by John Henry Evans, 1989-12
  2. The Dance of the Comedians: The People, the President, and the Performance of Political Standup Comedy in America by Peter M. Robinson, 2010-03-01
  3. The Mocking of the President: A History of Campaign Humor from Ike to Ronnie (Humor in Life and Letters) by Gerald C. Gardner, 1988-05
  4. Harry S. Truman's Musical Letters (Studies in American History) by Harry S. Truman, Thompson A. Brandt, 2000-08
  5. The Rants, Raves and Thoughts of George W. Bush: The President in His Words and Those of Others by On Your Own Publications, 2003-04-01
  6. The Rants, Raves & Thoughts of Bill Clinton: The President in His Words and Those of Others (The Rants, Raves and Thoughts) by Paul Roer, 2003-02-01
  7. Picking the Bones of Eleven Presidents and Others: By a Journalist with Presidential Credentials by Jerry Moriarity, 2008-12-24
  8. Articles, Interviews, and Book Excerpts (1976-2000) on Richard Nixon's Legacy (Studies in American History, 49)
  9. The other George W.: first in war and first in peace, our first President was far more complex than popular histories would have us believe, and perhaps ... An article from: Saturday Evening Post by Tait Trussell, 2006-01-01
  10. President Obama: In No Other Country on Earth - The Road to an American Dream by The McClatchy Company, 2009-02-03
  11. A Republic Without a President and Other Stories by Herbert Dickinson Ward, 2010-06-28
  12. President McKinley, War and Empire: President McKinley and America's "New Empire" (American Presidents) (Volume 2) by Richard Hamilton, 2007-07-18
  13. Presidents' Day (American Holidays) by Sandy Sepehri, 2007-01
  14. Presidents' Day (American Holidays) by Lynn Hamilton, 2004-09

21. Education World® - *History : By Region : North America : USA : Famous People :
Union, inaugural, farewell and other major speeches database of genealogical informationabout US presidents. Grolier Online The american Presidency Ranging

22. American History In Patriotic Sounds And Music
about Past american presidents and other Federal Heads of Grolier Online The americanPresidency Internet Public Inaugural Addresses of the presidents of the
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23. Education World® : Site Reviews Center : Archives : History
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24. Heroes Of History Lecturer Announced
help schools and universities improve their teaching of american history, government,and The papers of american presidents and other important americans
Washington, D.C. (Feb. 3, 2003) - Historian Robert V. Remini will deliver the first annual Heroes of History Lecture on Feb. 18 in Washington, D.C., the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) announced today. Remini, prize-winning biographer of Andrew Jackson, will speak on "Ordinary Heroes: Founders of Our Republic." The event will include the awarding of medals and cash prizes to six high school juniors for their essays on "The Idea of America." The grand prize will be $5,000; runners-up will receive $1,000 apiece. The Heroes of History lecture is part of an NEH initiative called We the People , which is designed to strengthen the teaching, study and understanding of American history and civics. The lecture will be an annual event and carry a $10,000 honorarium. This nationally published lecture by a noted scholar will provide an opportunity for the public to learn about the lives and deeds of our nation's heroes. "A knowledge of history is essential to understanding our present condition," says NEH Chairman Bruce Cole. "Understanding why our nation exists and what it stands for is vital to the state of our union." Under the NEH initiative, which was announced by President Bush in a White House Rose Garden ceremony last September, grant programs will support projects that help schools and universities improve their teaching of American history, government, and civics. The Summer Seminar and Institutes program will be expanded to offer teachers more opportunities to study significant texts. The papers of American Presidents and other important Americans will be made available, electronically, to all Americans.

25. President Bush Announces NEH American History Initiative
1990. other films include biographies of presidents Grant, TR, FDR,Ike and LBJ and Liberty! The american Revolution. NEH

26. Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Political History
Meet the presidents Profiles of our Nation's Leaders. First Ladies Gowns. TheodoreRoosevelt, Icon of the american Century. FAQs other Sites of Interest.

Smithsonian Links and Resources
The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden Hall of Presidents, National Portrait Gallery The Artful Presidency: Selections from the Archives of American Art ... "George Washington: A National Treasure," a historic tour from the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery , celebrates our nation's first president. George and Martha Washington: Portraits from the Presidential Years U. S. Presidential Historic Sites Meet the Presidents: Profiles of our Nation's Leaders First Ladies Gowns ... Nixon-Kennedy Debates from Photographing History: Fred J. Maroon and the Nixon Years, 1970-1974. Timeline of the Struggle for Equal Rights in America Spotlight: Biography, Founding Fathers Spotlight: Biography, Elections and Voting ... Spotlight: Biography, Labor Reformers
Other Sites of Interest
National Archives: the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights The White House The United States Senate The United States House of Representatives ...
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27. Internet Modern History Sourcebook: American Independence
At american Revolution; Inaugural Addresses of US presidents, 17891997 A defenseof slavery by an american Jesuit Links to files at other site are indicated by
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Other History Sourcebooks: African East Asian Indian Islamic ... Pop Culture See Main Page for a guide to all contents of all sections. Contents American Independence

28. American History - 1930-1939
The presidents of the 1930s were Herbert Hoover american Education The MetropolitanExperience 18761980, history of other titles by Lawrence A. Cremin may be
FACTS about this decade.
Population: 123,188,000 in 48 states
Life Expectancy: Male, 58.1; Female, 61.6
Average salary: $1,368
Unemployment rises to 25%
Huey Long proposes a guaranteed annual income of
Car Sales: 2,787,400
Food Prices: Milk, 14 cents a qt.; Bread, 9 cents a loaf; Round Steak, 42 cents a pound
Lynchings: 21
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American Cultural History
B y the 1930s money was scarce because of the depression, so people did what they could to make their lives happy. Movies were hot, parlor games and board games were popular. People gathered around radios to listen to the Yankees. Young people danced to the big bands. Franklin Roosevelt influenced Americans with his Fireside Chats. The golden age of the mystery novel continued as people escaped into books, reading writers like Agatha Christie, Dashiell Hammett, and Raymond Chandler.
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T he purpose of this web and library guide is to help the user gain a broad understanding and appreciation for the culture and history of the 1930s. In a very small way, this is a bibliographic essay. While there is no way we can link to everything, we have attempted to find areas of special interest and to select information that we hold dear today - movies we watch, songs we sing, events that move us, people we admire. T o see the whole picture, we encourage users to browse all the way through this page and then visit the suggested links for more information on the decade. We feel the best way to immerse oneself in a topic is to use both Internet and the library. The real depth of information is best read in books. More photographs, more information, more depth. Then, there is information that will be found only on the Internet; a journal from someone, photographs like those on our pages. If you can add a valuable site or information to this page, we invite you to

29. National Museum Of American History: Events
Celebrate presidents Day. Rosalind Russell, Joel Grey, Judy Garland, and other significantentertainers Through Filipino american Eyes 100 Years of history and
Films, music, family days, lectures, discussions, meet the author programs, and special events are featured regularly at the Museum. Programs, hands-on learning centers, tours, and demonstrations are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Inquire at the information desk upon arrival for daily tour schedules. Special accommodations for visitors with disabilities: call 202-357-1481 (voice) or 202-357-1563 (TTY). For more information on upcoming programs call 202-357-2700 (voice), 202-357-1729 (TTY), or 202-633-9126 (Spanish). Programs are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Some events require paid admission or advance registration. All events take place at the National Museum of American History unless otherwise noted.
From the New Director: Brent Glass
The National Museum of American History will start off the New Year with a full roster of exciting, engaging, and educational programs for visitors of all ages. Among the highlights are a conference on the Underground Railroad that includes performances and activities for families; a series of classical concerts featuring our rare Stradivarius and Amati instruments; documentary films on the Filipino and Chinese American experience; and conversations about the first female graduates at West Point. Programs enhance the educational value and public enjoyment of the collections, exhibitions, and research interests of the Museum. As the Museum's new director, I look forward to attending many of the programs. I hope you'll join me here!

30. National Museum Of American History: Press Releases
other Smithsonian Web sites About presidents. Archives of american Art— TheArtful Presidency Selections from the Archives of american Art at www
Oct. 31, 2000 Media only:
Mary Combs (202) 357-2627 ext. 121
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.

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32. American History Links
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American History back to social studies link index American Revolution Civil Wa r / Roaring 20s To Kill a Mockingbird Depression Presidents ...
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    Abraham Lincoln Research site - Very complete with easy links and graphics yet still has great data.
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    Harlem Renaissance - revisit a brief, shining moment between theGreat War and the Great Depression Black Quest - African-American History, Culture, and Black Studies Resources. An extensive list of links that deal with African Americans.
    American Civil War Home Page American History Student Project An example of Student Production American Family Immigration Center : Ellis Island American Civil War Resources on the Net American Presidents - POTUS (Presidents of the United States) Comprehensive site on the American presidency includes biographies, speeches and writings, election results, odd facts and presidency highlights.
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    African Americans in Early American Military History African American Freedom Fighters: Soldiers for Liberty America's Freedom Documents with pictures of and texts of the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution. American Revolution Online American Revolution a timeline with links to people events and documents, very detailed lots of primary source documents

    33. Presidental Temperament
    some have been recognized by history as heroic Certain american presidents mightremind us of foxes, wily other presidents have been more reminiscent of beavers
    Presidential Temperament
    Excerpted from Presidential Temperament , by David Keirsey and Ray Choiniere
    The year 1912 was a presidential election year, and former President Theodore Roosevelt was again campaigning for the nation's highest office. By the evening of October 14 his campaign had carried him to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he was to deliver a speech in the city's public auditorium.The time was nearing for him to speak, so he strode from his hotel onto the sidewalk outside, where a car was waiting to take him to the auditorium. As Roosevelt walked toward the car a man suddenly stepped up to him and pointed a pistol at his heart. The gunman pulled the trigger and a bullet burst from the pistol and smashed its way into Roosevelt's chest. His shirt was suddenly spattered with red, and more blood immediately began seeping from the ugly hole. The bullet had come to rest against his rib cage, a mere half inch from his lungs. "He pinked me!" shouted Roosevelt, as bystanders rushed to subdue the gunman, John Shrank. They wrestled Shrank to the ground and then, seeing Roosevelt's bloody clothing, prepared to rush him to the hospital. But they found Teddy Roosevelt a more difficult man to deal with than the would-be assassin. "TR" adamantly refused to go for help. "You just stay where you are!" he thundered. "I am going to make this speech and you might as well compose yourself." Teddy Roosevelt was as good as his word that October evening. Still wearing his torn and red-stained shirt, he had himself driven to the auditorium and there, Shrank's bullet lodged in his chest, he pulled out his blood-spattered notes and gave his speech. "I have a message to deliver," he declared to the stunned audience, "and I will deliver it as long as there is life in my body."

    34. History
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  • Colonial Williamsburg Home Page History of the 18th centurt capital of Virginia, life for colonial citizens, slaves, tradesmen, and children. Includes biographies of early political figures, a colonial dateline, and electronic field trips and lesson plans.
  • Abraham Lincoln Online
  • Adventures of Wells Fargo Authentic stories from the historical archives of Wells Fargo of the days of the Gold Rush and Western Frontier.
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  • Library of Congress: American Memory Documents, photographs, movies, and sound recordings that tell America's story. Resources for Educators: The Learning Page.
  • The U.S. Presidents: Welcome page
  • Presidents of the United States: Internet Public Library Comprehensive informationon the U.S. presidents with links to biographies, historical documents, audio and video files, and other presidential sites
  • The BRITANNICA Guide to Black History Arranged by time periods, this site contains biographies, audio- visuals, definitions, and text to represent Black History from 1619 to the present, bibliography available.
  • 35. Related Sites And Links
    Internet Public Library presidents of the US. other Presidential Libraries. RiponCollege american presidents. Cold War International history Project.

    36. Lloyd Benson's Past Connections
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    37. History's Home On The Internet
    Over 500 Primary documents in american history including important treaties firsthand accounts and inaugural address of all of the presidents. other Sections
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    39. International Relations Committee - Democratic Office - Committee Origins And Hi
    the Colonies and obtaining any other information which Throughout its history thecommittee has been composed Two american presidents have served on it James K
    Committee Origins and History The Committee on International Relations traces its origins to November 29, 1775. It was on that date that the Continental Congress by resolution created a committee "for the sole purposes of corresponding with our friends in Great Britain, Ireland, and other parts of the world." The members chosen for this committee were Benjamin Franklinwho served as chairman and guiding spirit Benjamin Harrison, Thomas Johnson, Jr., John Dickinson, and John Jay. Known as the first Committee of Correspondence, the committee itself soon changed its name to the Committee of Secret Correspondence. That committee was the first institution created to represent the United States in the foreign affairs field. The Committee on International Relations (as well as the Senate foreign Relations Committee) is a lineal descendant of the Committee of Correspondence. Franklin's committee quickly entered into communication with various persons in Europe for the purpose of ascertaining sentiment there towards the Colonies and obtaining any other information which might be useful in the struggle with England. It even designated its own secret agents abroad. By the spring of 1777, the specialized nature of the committee's work had been recognized and its title changed to "Committee for foreign Affairs." Special problems in foreign relations, however, were sometimes dealt with by select or temporary committees appointed for the purpose.

    40. Recollecting The Presidents
    In the case of some presidents, like Washington and On the other hand, Chester A.Arthur’s list at the National Museum of american history, planners studied
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    The American Presidency
    Archives of American Art Recollecting the Presidents An election year exhibition proudly hails the chiefs Back in the old days, when the political conventions still chose the Presidential candidates, Smithsonian curator Herbert Collins would cruise the littered aisles and floors, alert for relics to take home to immortality in the Smithsonian’s collections. Several generations of dedicated curators have gathered such objects for what is today the National Museum of American History’s political history collection. Here reside mementos of the Presidents of the United States beginning with George Washington. The Smithsonian’s Presidential connection also includes the immensely popular collection of gowns of the First Ladies, many worn at inaugural balls, which have themselves often been held in Smithsonian buildings. And it was former President John Quincy Adams, elected to the House of Representatives after his single term in the White House, who played a leading role in the creation of the Smithsonian in 1846. After the Smithsonian’s own inauguration, people wasted little time bringing Presidential items to the Institution. But the accumulation of relics has not always been evenly spread across those who served. In the case of some Presidents, like Washington and Lincoln, the collections are strong. On the other hand, Chester A. Arthur’s list includes a fishing reel, a cartoon and little else.

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