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Presidents Day Learning Resources

How many "yeas" and "nays" on the path to being a Supreme Court justice? [...] »

During the 1840s, Manifest Destiny remained an effusive spirit rather than an agenda for empire. [...] »

Apportionment in the House of Representatives and pay raises for Congress fell by the wayside—at least temporarily. [...] »

Is it all right to make up stories about real people to teach children about honesty? In the 19th century, some people thought so. [...] »

Accounts of Abraham Lincoln's dream of a presidential assassination vary, and so do the interpretations. [...] »

The White House offers historic photos and biographies of its past and current occupants. [...] »

Through oral history interviews, audio files, texts, and other primary sources, learn about life and presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson. [...] »

Photographs, audio clips, documents, and more preserve the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt. [...] »

From Herbert Hoover to George W. Bush—discover the public messages, statements, and speeches of the presidents. [...] »

Government documents, oral histories, photographs, and political cartoons trace Harry S. Truman's presidency. [...] »

 
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