U.S. Presidents

From 1789 to present America has had 44 leaders in the Executive Office. Our presidents have come from many different backgrounds and have held varied political beliefs. Though the world has changed from the days of George Washington, one important thing has remained the same: the President of the United States is elected by the will of the people and represents our nation to the rest of the world.

Explore the history of our presidents, the election process, and the duties of the executive leader with the resources available on this page.

Booklist:

U.S. President Booklist (includes biographies and information about the executive branch and election process)

Photo Board:

Gazette665 Posts:

Presidents

James Monroe & American Foreign Policy

William H. Taft: The President Who Want T Be A Judge

Harry S. Truman: The “Neighborly” President

The Texas President (Sam Houston)

The “Other” President: 1861-1865 (Jefferson Davis)

First Ladies

Dolley Madison: Creating The Role Of First Lady

Abigail Powers Fillmore: Promoting Literature & Education As First Lady

Edith Roosevelt: Creating A 20th Century Image For The First Lady

Mamie Eisenhower: Charming American As The First Lady

Politics

Their First Vote

Politics – Civil War Style

1864 Election Artwork

Civil War Politics @ The Movies!

 

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