Presidents’ Month!

 

Mount Rushmore, morning light

Introducing our February history topic here on Gazette665:

“Presidents of the United States”

Later this month, we’ll celebrate Presidents’ Day. Most of us know about George Washington (1st President) and Abraham Lincoln (16th President), but what about the other 42 men who have been in the executive office?

We won’t have time to study all of them, but I’ll share 4 of my favorite presidents on the Fridays of this month. Also, look for some bonus posts about Americans who were presidents of countries other than the USA…should be some interesting trivia.

Facebook

On our Facebook page I’ll add extra photos, links to articles, and other cool stuff…so LIKE the Facebook page, if you haven’t already!

U.S. Presidents Resource Page

And finally…here it is: U.S. Presidents Resource Page. (My “Happy Presidents’ Month” gift to all of you.) I’ve compiled a booklist of biographies for all 44 United States Presidents, collected photos on a Pinterest Board, and searched for some of the best websites with additional information about our presidents.

One More Thing…

There’s one thing that would make my February even happier: leave some comments on the blog posts. Drop a line on the Facebook page, and let us know which president you’re reading about.

Hey, you could start right now! Leave a comment and tell us who is your favorite U.S. President and why.

Your Historian,

Miss Sarah

P.S. If you watched the Super Bowl, I hope y’all enjoyed it. Tonight I’m getting a head-start on blog stuff for the month and might begin some Valentine’s Day crafts! I’m not a huge football fan…and, folks, “I cannot tell a lie.”

About Sarah Kay Bierle

I’m Sarah Kay Bierle, historian, living history enthusiast, and historical fiction writer. When sharing history, I try to keep the facts interesting and understandable. History is about real people, real actions, real effects and it should inspire us today.
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