2016-10-24T11:01:26ZCan the winner of the World Series predict who will become President of the United States? Until 1976, it appeared that it could. Read this article to find out more.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZWalk step-by-step through the presidential inauguration. Learn about the inaugural events and their history.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZHere are ten key facts to know about the thirteenth president, Millard Fillmore.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZThe 19th amendment gave women the right to vote. Read the text of the amendment and learn more.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZProfile of Samuel Adams. Samuel Adams was a leader in the revolutionary war movement in Massachusetts and one of America's founding fathers. This profile looks at his life and accomplishments.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZCheck out these quotes from Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZLearn about the historic duel in 1804 between Alexander Hamilton Aaron Burr including what caused it, its aftermath, and its significance.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZHere is an image of Harry S Truman along with information about his life and presidency. Page 32.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZLearn about the celebration of Thanksgiving with this list of facts including why some claim that the Plymouth celebration was actually not first.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZHere are biographical fast facts about Gerald Ford, the thirty-eighth president of the United States who took over after Nixon's resignation.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZHere is an image of John F Kennedy along with information about his life and presidency. Page 34.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZLearn about the key events in American History between the years 1783 and 1800.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZHere is a photograph of James Monroe, the fifth President of the United States. Page 5.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZThe 11th president of the United States from his early childhood through his career before the presidency to his time as president and his retirement.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZWoodrow Wilson, the twenty-eighth president of the US was the first to receive a PhD.He presided over World War I and won the Nobel Peace Prize.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZWhat is the majority opinion for the US Supreme Court? What is its significance?
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZHere is an image of John Quincy Adams, the sixth president of the United States, along with information about his life and presidency. Page 6.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZUse this chart of the First Ladies of the United States to learn more about each of the women who have been married to the US Presidents.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZThe 14th amendent was a key amendment in the history of civil rights.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZThis chart provides a convenient list of the major acronyms that were created through the New Deal Programs along with what they stood for.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZThis article provides biographical information about about the second President of the United States, who served from 1797 to 1801.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZHere are ten key facts to know about Theodore Roosevelt, the twenty-sixth president of the United States.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZHere is an image of Martin Van Buren along with additional information about his life and presidency. Page 8.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZBiographical fast facts about Warren G Harding, the twenty-ninth president of the United States. He served part of one term before dying in office.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZLearn the facts concerning and the significance of the Roe v. Wade court case.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZHere is the image of Millard Fillmore, the thirteenth president of the United States along with further information about his life and presidency. Page 13.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZWhat are the Bill of Rights? Find out in this Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) about the Constitution.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZBrief biographical information about the twenty-sixth President of the United States, who was in office from 1901 to 1909.
2016-10-24T11:01:26ZHere are ten key facts to know about the twelfth president, Zachary Taylor.