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Andrew Johnson Impeachment - Andrew Johnson was impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives on February 24, 1868. Johnson is the first U.S. President in History to be impeached. Senate acquitted
Franklin Roosevelt Japanese Internment - Franklin Roosevelt signed executive order 9066 resulting in the relocation of people with American Japanese heritage to internment camps
Hillary Clinton Timeline - A Timeline of life and political events of Hillary Rodham Clinton, First Lady, Senator, Secretary of State
Barack Obama State of the Union Address 2016 - President Obama delivers his final State of the Union to the country and Congress
17th Amendment ~ to the U.S. Constitution was ratified by the states on April 8, 1913. 17th Amendment changed the election of U.S. Senators to a direct election by the American people.
Presidential Assassinations - Presidential assassination attempts and their assassins. From the 1st assassination attempt of Andrew Jackson to the most recent assassination attempt of Ronald Reagan
Ranking the Presidents - If running in the 2016 Presidential Election, what former President would you Vote to send back to the White House?
Presidential Portraits - Official Presidential Painted Portraits, A list of Presidents from George Washington to 44th President Barack Obama
American Vice Presidents - List, facts, biography of all the U.S. Vice Presidents From John Adams to Joseph Biden and the American Presidents they served
Alexander Graham Bell - Biography Timeline of events, facts and inventions of Alexander Graham Bell, physicist, american inventor, and teacher of the hearing impaired
Missouri Compromise - In American History of slavery, was Signed 5th U.S. President James Monroe on March 6, 1820, An Act to authorize Missouri to form a constitution and state government
Theodore Roosevelt Valentines Day, February 14, 1884 diary entry "The Light has gone out of my life." tragedy strikes when both his mother and beloved wife died on Valentines Day just hours apart.
Bill Clinton Impeachment - Facts and Timeline of events for the second U.S. President in American History to be impeached.
Federalist Paper 51- The Federalist Papers 51 by James Madison or Alexander HamiltonThe Structure of the Government Must Furnish the Proper Checks and Balances Between the Different Departments
Barack Obama Presidency - Second Term Timeline, 2015 Major events and Facts in the news, for Barack Obama the 44th U.S. President
White House History - Although President George Washington oversaw the construction of the white house, 1800, when the White House was nearly completed, President John Adams and Abigail
ruman Doctrine - A doctrine implemented by President Harry S. Truman to financially aid the countries of Greece and Turkey
Mexican American War - U.S. President James Polk decides to wage war with Mexico when U.S. troops are attacked on April 25, 1846. Polk gets an official Declaration of War by Congress on May 13, 1846.
January 30, 2015, Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican Presidential nominee announced this morning to supporters in a conference call that he will not be running in the 2016 Election.
"I Feel that it's critical that America elected a conservative leader become our next President, you know that I wanted to be that President. But I do not want to make it more difficult for someone else to emerge who may have a better chance of becoming that President" ~Mitt Romney
3 Branches Of Government - The Presidents Executive Branch, Congress Legislative branch and the U.S. Supreme Court Judicial branch have "Separation of Powers" with "Checks and Balances" on each other
Hillary Clinton Facts - Facts about American First Lady Hillary Clinton (1993-2001); Secretary of State and Presidential candidate 2008
Barack Obama State Of The Union Address 2015 - On January 20, 2015, President Obama delivered his 6th annual State of the Union speech in a joint session of Congress
President Obama 2014 State of the Union Address, Barack Obama delivered the speech to the nation and Congress on January 28, 2014.
Thomas Jefferson Secret Message - A confidential letter to Congress regarding the Lewis and Clark expediton
On This Day In History - August - United States Presidents timeline of events Today in History. Presidential History Key timeline of dates and events during the month of January
Herbert Hoover Inauguration - Commenced on March 4, 1929, where the 31st U.S. President Hoover delivered his Inaugural Address
Theodore Roosevelt Inauguration - Commenced on March 4, 1905
James Garfield Inauguration - Commenced on March 4, 1881. 20th U.S. President Garfield was assassinated early in his first year.
Edith Roosevelt Facts - Facts about American First Lady Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt, Husband of President Theodore Roosevelt. She served from (1901-1909)
Franklin Roosevelt Pearl Harbor Speech - The day after Pearl Harbor, FDR addresses the U.S. Congress to ask for a declaration of war on Japan. Delivering his famous "Day of Infamy" Speech
Gettysburg Address - Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address during the American Civil War
Ronald Reagan Veterans Day Speech November 11, 1985 at the wreath laying ceremony at Arlington Cemetery
Wartime Presidents - American Presidents and their wars. The wars they served and the wars they presided over as Commander-in-Chief.
George Washington gave the first Thanksgiving Day Proclamation in American History on October 3, 1789
Ronald Reagan D-Day 40th anniversary - 1984 speech in Normandy, France in tribute of the 40th anniversary of D-Day, World War II invasion, lead by General Dwight D. Eisenhower.
On This Day In History - May - United States Presidents timeline of events Today in History. Presidential History Key dates and events during the month of May.
James Monroe Timeline - A lifetime of events for the 5th American President of the United States James Monroe Facts. born April 28, 1758. Family, Education, Military, Presidency, death on July 4, 1831
Facts about James Monroe the Fifth American President of the United States. Born April 28, 1758. family, education, political life, Presidency, elected 1816 and1820, Monroe Doctine
Abraham Lincoln Assassination - Facts about and timeline of events for the conspiracy to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln.
Thomas Jefferson Inauguration was commenced on March 4, 1801 in the Senate Chamber, Washington D.C.
Thomas Jefferson Timeline - Timeline of events for the 3rd American President Thomas Jefferson
Harry Truman Biography - Biography of Harry Truman theThirty-Third American President of the United States
I Have A Dream - Dr. Martin Luther King delivered his famous "I Have A Dream" speech on August 28, 1963 at the civil rights march on washington
Dr. King was just 39 years old when he was gunned down by escaped convict and convicted assassin James Earl Ray. Though conspiracy theories still surround the assassination of Dr. King, Ray was sentenced to serve 99 years in prison after confessing to the murder and he died in 1998.
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr...We present this fantastic documentary of the 1963 civil rights March on Washington, directed by James Blue and King in his own words delivering the famous "I Have A Dream" speech, in front of tens of thousands of people at the Lincoln Memorial.
Marshall Plan - President Harry S. Truman implemented an economic recovery act on April 3, 1948 to financially aid in the rebuilding of European cities destoryed by World War II
Warren Harding Inauguration - Warren G. Harding gave his Inaugural Address on March 4, 1921, the first President to do through loud speakers
John Adams Inauguration - John adams gave his Inaugural Adress on March 4, 1797. Having the longest sencetence of 737 words.
Calvin Coolidge Inauguration - Calvin Coolidge Inaugural Address March 4, 1925, the first to be broadcast Nationally by radio
George Washington Inauguration commenced on April 30th 1789. Previous to the execution of any official act of the President the Constitution requires an oath of office. This oath I am now about to tak
AMERICAN PRESIDENTS OATH OF OFFICE
"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of the President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States."
~United States Constitution, Article II, Section I, Clause 8