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Presidents Day Learning Resources

How citizenship determines eligibility for the U.S. presidency. [...] »

Teaching Watergate? Introduce students to the Nixon tapes with more than 2,000 hours of recordings. [...] »

Can't travel to Monticello? Take your students on a virtual tour of Jefferson's estate with this website. [...] »

Surf an animated timeline of Abraham Lincoln's life and times. [...] »

Deepen your coverage of the late 19th century with the letters of Ulysses S. Grant, war-hero-turned-president. [...] »

President Polk, the fortunes of war, territory, and the ever-present compromises of history. [...] »

Economic policy during the Reagan Administration [...] »

How many presidents have applied for and received patents? [...] »

T Roosevelt: "Let us pay with our bodies for our souls' desire." [...] »

More than 5,700 documents related to Woodrow Wilson's life and presidency. [...] »