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Presidents Day Learning Resources

Ask yourself: What did Coolidge do for our country? [...] »

What did Thomas Jefferson read? [...] »

Browse a wealth of memos from the Kennedy administration. [...] »

Do films capture your students' attention? Introduce them to Roosevelt in motion. [...] »

How has campaigning changed over the years? Need to know details on major campaign issues? [...] »

Explore popular vote distribution by state since 1860, as well as that in Virginia elections. [...] »

Unsure how to teach presidential history in an engaging manner? Try these activities and lessons. [...] »

Read letters and documents written by the first U.S. president. [...] »

Did you know that Kennedy considered softening the national platform on Cuba? [...] »

Take in the latest scholarship on the life of the first U.S. president. [...] »

 
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