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Presidents Day Learning Resources

Approximately 20,000 documents provide a window into President Abraham Lincoln's life. [...] »

This site examines Illinois history and the life of Abraham Lincoln in the years 1831 through 1860. [...] »

Follows Jefferson's life, political participation, and accumulation of scientific geographical knowledge from 1735 to 1804. [...] »

Presents detailed information on all 43 of the nation's presidents. [...] »

Profiles all 42 of the nation's completed presidencies. [...] »

Digitized versions of 20 volumes of Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, from 1992 to 2004. [...] »

Offers over 2,500 hours of White House recordings by six American presidents between 1940 and 1973. [...] »

Explore James Madison's life through his correspondence, personal notes, drafts of letters and legislation, and legal and financial documents. [...] »

More than 250 television commercials trace campaign issues and the selling of American presidential candidates. [...] »

Peruse more than 1,700 texts written by or to Thomas Jefferson—from correspondence to books and papers. [...] »

 
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