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Primary documents and historical analysis of 19th century Illinois, using the life and times of Abraham Lincoln.
Thomas Jefferson's home in Charlottesville, Virginia. Information about the house, plantation and grounds, the library, and biography.
|Truman Presidential Library and Museum|
Daily presidential appointments calendar, pictures from military and personal life, analyses of important decisions, oral histories, online documents, descriptions of archival collections, and exhibits.
|"I Do Solemnly Swear"...Presidential Inaugurations|
Collections from the inaugurations from Washington's in 1789 to Bush's in 2001. Includes diaries and letters of presidents and of those who witnessed inaugurations, handwritten drafts of inaugural addresses.
|Abraham Lincoln Papers|
Most of the items in this Library of Congress collection are from the 1850's through Lincoln's presidential years of 1860-1865. The entire collection spans 1833 to 1916.
Illustrates the nation's presidential elections in letters, sheet music, leaflets, buttons, and bumper stickers. Browsable by candidate and parties.
|American Experience: Truman|
Companion to a PBS program about Harry S. Truman, the 33rd U.S. president. Features biographical material, timeline, documents, and image gallery.
|American Presidency Project|
Searchable database of archives related to the American presidency. Includes public papers back to 1929, State of the Union messages, fireside chats, candidate debates, and political party platforms, election results for every presidential election.
|American Presidency, The: A Glorious Burden|
Includes background information on the presidency, the campaigns to achieve it, and the men who have been president with biographical sketches, lists of achievements.
|American President: An Online Reference Resource|
Collection of material about U.S. presidents, including essays about each President and information about the First Lady and cabinet officials of each administration.
|Calvin Coolidge: 30th President of the United States|
Historic material about "Silent Cal," including visual material related to President Coolidge, archive of his speeches, a chronology of his life and a research section outlining the location of various important primary materials.
|First Ladies: Political Roles & Public Image|
Companion to the traveling exhibition. Features a timeline, video clips, and a teacher's guide.
|Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum|
Includes biographies of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt, timeline, documents, photographs, research guide, puzzles, activities, tourist information.
|George Washington's Mount Vernon|
Virtual tour of Mount Vernon, biographical information on George Washington, and information about the gristmill and the outlying farms: Union Farm, Dogue Run Farm, Muddy Hole Farm, and River Farm. Visitor information.
|George Washington: A National Treasure|
Exhibit that focuses on the Lansdowne portrait of George Washington, painted by Gilbert Stuart in 1796. Includes biographical information, tour schedule, teaching section.
|Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library & Museum|
Features illustrated biographies of Ford and his wife Betty, bibliography of books about Ford, finding aids to the library collection, photos and documents and descriptions of museum exhibits.
Contains material on planning a visit to the home, upcoming events at the house, future programs, current exhibits, and the archaeological research in progress on the grounds, information on the former slave community.
|History of Televised Presidential Debates|
Include video clips, photos, headlines, and commentary on the US presidential debates on television from 1960-2000.
|Impeachment Trial of President Andrew Johnson, The|
Provides a record of the documents and debates for the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson. Includes an index to the document and links to other Library of Congress resources.
|James Madison Center|
A repository for information on Madison's life and times. The site features essays and excerpts from documents relating to Madison's life and work.
|James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library|
Includes a chronology of the life and times of James Monroe, images of selected personal objects, information about the 1823 Monroe Doctrine. Visitor information and calendar of special events.
Biographical material, timeline, and image gallery for the life and career of U.S. President Jimmy Carter.
|Jimmy Carter Library and Museum|
Contains historical materials documenting the life and presidency of Jimmy Carter and Federal government policies and programs during his Presidency (1977-81).
Collection of "Lincolniana" includes a gallery of busts, coins, memorabilia and a timeline of Lincoln's life.
|Nixon's China Game|
Explores the 1972 meeting between President Richard Nixon and Chairman Mao Tse-tung. Includes a timeline, maps, and recommended resources; profiles of Nixon, Henry Kissinger, Mao Tse-tung, and Chou En-lai.
Photojournalist Fred J. Maroon's "account of President Richard Nixon's years in office," including the Watergate Senate investigation, House impeachment hearings, and Nixon's resignation. Includes audio files of comments from Maroon.
|President Benjamin Harrison Home|
Museum in Indiana located in the former home of the 23rd President. Features illustrated essays, a virtual tour of the museum and online exhibits.
|Presidential Elections From 1860-1884|
Features cartoons from Harper's Weekly, especially by Thomas Nast. Contains biographies, explanations of the issues, campaign overviews.
|Prosperity and Thrift|
"The Coolidge Era and the Consumer Economy 1921-1929." Documents the widespread prosperity of the Calvin Coolidge years, with materials related to merchandising, advertising, consumer activism, consumerism.
Companion site to PBS documentary covering Ronald Reagan's life. Features interviews, text of some of Reagan's speeches, video clips, book excerpts, photos, a timeline.
|Reagan Years, The|
Information on Reagan's years in the movies and his political rise, defining moments of his presidency, his words and images.
|Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center|
Includes biography of Hayes, family history, information about his library, museum, and homes.
|Theodore Roosevelt: His Life and Times on Film|
Contains films which record events in Roosevelt's life from the Spanish-American War in 1898 to his death in 1919. Also includes sound recordings, biographical timeline, and essays.
|Thomas Jefferson Digital Archive|
Includes letters, manuscripts, and public papers, manuscript documents related to the construction of the University of Virginia, biography, quotations, links to other Jefferson collections and organizations.
|Upset! Truman's Whistle Stop Campaign Remembered|
Exhibit compiles the memories and memorabilia of the November 2, 1948 election.
Offers biographies of every American President. Also includes information on the presidency and links to related resources.
|White House Tapes|
Makes available presidential recordings from Roosvelt, Truman, Eisenhour, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon. Includes relevant research materials from the Miller Center of Public Affairs.
|Abraham Lincoln Library|
Includes information about this Springfield, Illinois, facility and its architecture, background information about Lincoln, material about Lincoln's family, selections of Lincoln's wit, a chronology, a bibliography.
Collection of manuscript pages of the letters and diaries of generations of Adams husbands, wives, and children including John Adams, Abigail Adams, John Quincy Adams.
Offers biographical details, information on staff and advisers, key events, images, links, and articles on the presidents.
|American Warriors: Five Presidents in the Pacific|
Reconstructs the roles of five Presidents in the Pacific Theater based on interviews with more than one hundred World War II veterans and on primary sources such as action reports, ships' logs, war diaries,
|Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum|
Iowa museum and archive features photos and information about Hoover and his wife Lou Henry Hoover
|John Quincy Adams: One President's Adolescence|
Includes documents, tips on using documents in research, biographical sketches of the Adams family, and a Chronology comparing John Quincy Adam's youth with America's growth.
|McKinley Assassination Ink|
Selection of full-text primary source documents relating to the 1901 assassination of President William McKinley and the immediate aftermath of that event.
|Medical History of American Presidents|
Doctor Zebra lists illnesses of American presidents and other notable people.
|My Life: Bill Clinton|
Bill Clinton's biography including excerpts, audio clips, and photo gallery.
|On the Stump: Theodore Roosevelt in Stereographs|
Includes samples of stereographic photographs of Roosevelt that helped shape his political image.
|POTUS: Presidents of the United States|
Includes background information, election results, cabinet members, notable events, and some points of interest on each of the presidents.
|Remember Ronald Reagan|
Features testimonials and a form for submitting memories about Ronald Reagan.
|Tall, Slim & Erect|
Photographs by Alex Forman of miniature presidents, from George Washington until Richard Nixon. Including a brief description of their characters.
|Th. Jefferson Encyclopedia|
Trustworthy information on Thomas Jefferson and his world by Monticello researchers and respected Jefferson scholars. Search, or browse by topics such as agriculture and gardening, legends, Sally Hemings, science and exploration, and slavery.
|Theodore Roosevelt: Icon of the American Century|
Features a chronology of the public career of Roosevelt, and annotated images of artwork of Roosevelt as a Rough Rider, U.S. president, big game hunter,
|Thomas Jefferson Papers: An Electronic Archive|
includes high resolution scans (some with transcriptions) of Thomas Jefferson's manuscript copy of the Declaration of Independence, Farm Book, Garden Book, 1783 Catalog of Books, 1789 Catalog of Books, and Architectural Drawings.
|We'll Sing to Abe Our Songs|
Sheet music about Lincoln, Emancipation and the Civil War. From the American Memories, Library of Congress.
|Writings of George Washington|
Papers from John C. Fitzpatrick's "The Writings of George Washington from the Original Manuscript Sources, 1745-1799."