October 14, 2011 •
Highlighted Site of the Week – The Presidential Libraries
The National Archives and Records Administration has a great website for learning about the presidential libraries. Since 1939, the National Archives have been setting up libraries in order to preserve documents and historical materials of each president since Herbert Hoover.
There are 13 libraries in the NARA system, and other libraries that have been established under foundations or state governments. The National Archives site supplies information for visiting the presidential libraries and opportunities to research the presidential documents. You can even listen to the voices of the presidents in these podcasts.
Wikipedia offers the following list of links to the websites of the presidential libraries:
- Presidential Libraries at the National Archives & Records Administration site
- Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum
- Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
- McKinley Presidential Library & Museum
- Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library
- Calvin Coolidge Presidential Library and Museum
- Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum
- Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
- Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum
- The Eisenhower Presidential Library & Museum
- John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
- Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library and Museum
- Nixon Presidential Library
- Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum
- Gerald Ford Library at the University of Michigan
- Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum
- Ronald Reagan Library and Museum
- George Bush Presidential Library and Museum
- Clinton Presidential Center
- George W. Bush Presidential Center and Library
Have a terrific weekend, everyone!
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