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William J Clinton - Forty-Second President of the United States
Learn all about William J. Clinton, the Forty-Second president of the United States.

Bill Clinton Biography - The 42nd U.S. President
Learn more about the 42nd president of the United States, Bill Clinton, from his childhood to his early career to his time as president and beyond.

Bill Clinton Fast Facts - Forty-Second US President
This article presents biographical fast facts about Bill Clinton who served as the forty-second president of the United States.

Stagecoach Mary Fields - African American Pioneer
Stagecoach Mary Fields was a African-American woman pioneer of her times that allowed nothing to hold her back.

President Rutherford B Hayes - Fast Facts
Biographical fast facts about Rutherford B Hayes. He served the nineteenth president of the United States from 1877 to 1881.

President Woodrow Wilson - Fast Facts
Biographical information about Woodrow Wilson, the twenty-eighth president of the United States, in office from 1913 to 1921.

Women's History
The courageous, the proud, and the strong; those that have created life, and have enhanced it far beyond the recognition we have given...Women.

Thirteen Colonies Profiles - Information about Each of the Thirteen Colonies
Here are profiles of each of the thirteen British colonies. Find out more about their founding, their significance, and important people associated with each.

Gerald Ford - Thirty-Eighth US President
Learn about the 38th president Gerald Ford including his childhood, his career before the presidency, his time as president, and his retirement.

Harriet Tubman | Abolitionist | Underground Railroad
Harriet Tubman was truly a courageous woman who helped free countless slaves through the Underground Railroad during the 1850s until the Civil War.

Plymouth Colony and the Pilgrims
Find out how the Pilgrims came to settle in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620 with this overview of the Plymouth Colony including descendants.

Dwight D. Eisenhower - Biography
Learn About Dwight Eisenhower, the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces during World War II and the 34th president of the United States.

Franklin Pierce Biography and Presidency
Learn more about Franklin Pierce, the fourteenth president of the United States, with these biographical fast facts about his time in office.

Presidents of the United States - US Presidents
Learn more about the US Presidents through these resources. Explore the lives of the presidents and find out more about each presidents words and actions.

Civil War Battles That Begin With the Letters A-B
Civil War Battles That Begin With the Letters A-B

Presidents of the United States: The First 10 - Overview
Biographical fast facts and links to more info about United States presidents 1 - 10, from George Washington to John Tyler.

Warren G Harding 29th US President Facts
Biographical fast facts about Warren G Harding, the twenty-ninth president of the United States. He served part of one term before dying in office.

Battle of Antietam - Outcome and Significance
Want the facts about the Battle of Antietam which resulted in over 23000 casulaties? Learn about the battle, its outcome, and its significance.

Civil War Battles That Begin With the Letters C-E
Civil War Battles That Begin With the Letters C-E

Second Battle of Bull Run - American Civil War
Want the fast facts about the Second Battle of Bull Run? Learn about the battle, its outcome, and its significance.

Civil War Battle of Chickamauga
Want the fast facts about the Battle of Chickamauga? Learn about the battle, its outcome, and its significance.

Biographies
The people who shaped the history of this country. Use these awesome resources to learn more about important historical figures including the Presidents. Access biographies, speeches, writings, diaries and all that the internet has to offer for each individual. This list is continually expanded

Biographies S through Z
Biographies and information about the people who shaped the history of the United States. This pages focuses on individuals whose last name begins with S through Z.

John Winthrop - Colonial America Scientist
Learn about John Winthrop, preeminent colonial America scientist who lived from 1714 and 1779. He was a keen scientist who supported the Revolution.

American History Timeline 1676-1700
Learn about what happened in the British colonies in America from 1675 and 1700 including King Philip's War and the Salem Witchcraft trials.

Historical Fun and Resources - Fun with American History
Use these resources, games, and activities to bring American History to life and test your knowledge.

American History Timelines
Use these American History Timelines to find the key events that happened in America's past.

James Polk 11th President Facts
Learn about the eleventh president of the United States, James K. Polk, with these fast facts. He presided over the period of manifest destiny

Key List of Supreme Court Cases
Want to learn more about key Supreme Court decisions? This list of cases provides a look at key decisions of the United States Supreme Court.

The Great Depression - Top Five Causes
What were the top causes of the Great Depression in the United States? Here is a list from the stock market crash of 1929 to widespread drought.

Thomas Jefferson - Third President of the United States
Learn all about Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States.

Thomas Jefferson and the Louisiana Purchase
This article takes a look at President Thomas Jefferson's motivations and the impact that the Louisiana Purchase had on the developing United States.

Top 10 Most Influential First Ladies in the U.S.
Learn more about the political and contributions of ten women of the White House, from Dolley Madison to Hillary Clinton.

American Revolution - Revolutionary War
The struggle for independence in the american revolution created a new nation founded on principles from the Enlightenment thinkers. Read the documents, learn about the people, experience the battles and explore the places that shaped the american revolution.

What Caused the American Civil War - Top Five Causes
What caused the Civil War? While slavery did have an important part to play, there were other causes that fed the fight between North and South.

Events Leading to the American Revolution Timeline
This timeline of the events leading to the American Revolution provides a comprehensive look at the causes of the Revolutionary War.

Causes of the American Revolution
Take A look at the colonial mindset and the actual events that led to the American Revolutionary War that was fought between 1775 to 1783.

Civil War - Battle of Chancellorsville
Want the facts about the Battle of Chancellorsville? Learn about the battle, its outcome and its significance including the death of Stonewall Jackson

Top 10 American Inventors During the Industrial Revolution
Here is a look at ten of the most significant American inventors during the 19th century including Thomas Edison (phonograph, light bulb, movies etc.)

Gouverneur Morris
Learn about Gouverneur Morris. He was one of the founding fathers of America. He was responsible for writing much of the US Constitution.

Colonial America - The Thirteen Original Colonies
The early forming of this great nation. France, England and Spain all influenced the formation of the New World. The colonies in America were diverse and cannot easily be categorized. Read about the daily life along with the individual histories of the first thirteen colonies.

United States Constitution - US Constitution
The US Constitution is one of the oldest written constitutions still in effect. Learn more about the US Constitution including frequently asked questions, study guides, and more.

Poor Richard's Almanack
Poor Richard's Almanack was a yearly publication written by Benjamin Franklin working under the pseudonym

Declaration of Independence Study Guide
The Declaration of Independence is arguably one of the most influential in the history of the United States. Learn about its history and significance.

Background of the Declaration of Independence
Here is an overview of the major events and actions that led to the creation of the Declaration of Indpendence. Page 2.

Declaration of Independence - Study Guide and Questions
Use this study guide and questions to help guide further study of the Declaration of Independence. Page 3.

Albany Congress
Learn about the Albany Congress that occurred in 1754 with seven colonies in attendance. This was the first major attempt at unifying colonies in America.

Profile of the Constitutional Convention
Here is a profile of the Constitutional Convention.

Founding Fathers of the United States: Top 10
Learn all about the ten most significant founding fathers of the United States who were part of the American Revolution and the founding of the nation

Stamp Act
Learn about the significance of the Stamp Act that would show the power of unified action by the colonists against the British government.

American History Timeline - 1726 - 1750
This American History timeline looks at what happened between 1726 and 1750. Learn about the key events during this pre-revolutionary era today.

George Washington | Frequently Asked Questions About the First President
George Washington is an enigmatic figure in American History. Here is a list of frequently asked questions along with answers about our first president.

William Howard Taft Fast Facts - 27th US President
Here are fast facts about William Howard Taft, the twenty-seventh president of the United States. He would later be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Overview of World War II
How did World War II begin? Why did America get involved? What were the major events in Europe, the Pacific, and in America at home during World War II? Read this overview to find the answer to thesse questions and more.

World War II - Fighting in Europe
World War II was fought on two fronts: Europe and the Pacific. Take a look at the major events that occurred during the War in Europe including early German victories, the North African campaign, Italy, France and the Normandy Invasion, the Battle of the Bulge, and the Battle of Germany. Page 2.

Overview of World War II - War in the Pacific
What happened in the Pacific during World War II? Here is an overview of the major campaigns and battles that led to allied victory in the Pacific during World War II including the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Page 3.

Overview of World War II - The Homefront
During World War II, life in America changed drastically. Here is an overview of the major events and sacrifices made at home during World War II including the draft, rationing, and the internment of Japanese-Americans. Page 4.

Which Presidents Were Republican?
Which presidents were Republican? Find out which American presidents were Republicans.

What are the Requirements to Become US President?
A natural born U.S. citizen who is at least 35 years old and has lived in the United States for at least 14 years (not necessarily consecutively)

Ronald Reagan - Fortieth President of the United States
Learn all about Ronald Reagan, the Fortieth president of the United States.

18th Century in American History
The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, Jefferson, Washington, and the origins of America as a united nation are just a few events that occurred in American History during the 18th Century.

Civil War Generals, Soldiers and Others
Those who fought in the most devastating war in our nation's history. It split us apart, and in the end, made us a nation.

Civil War Places
Non-Battle spots that are just as much a part of the history of the Civil War.

George Washington - First President of the United States
Learn all about George Washington, the first President of the United States.

Reconstruction Era - Healing a Divided Land
The period after the Civil War called Reconstruction was a time of rebuilding. It was necessary to heal the divisions based on sectionalism and race. However, the means to achieve this end were often in contention. Read about the people and events that shaped the Reconstruction era.

Fast Facts About the American Presidents
Biographical fast facts about the Presidents of the United States.

Left Handed U.S. Presidents
There have been eight left-handed presidents that we know of. However, this is not necessarily accurate because in the past left-handedness was discouraged.

George Washington's First Cabinet
Learn all about President George Washington's first cabinet including the four initial secretaries who met to advise America's first president.

Chart of the Presidents and Vice Presidents
Here is a chart showing all of the presidents and vice presidents of the United States along with their party affiliation and dates in office.

New Deal Acronyms
This chart provides a convenient list of the major acronyms that were created through the New Deal Programs along with what they stood for.

Benjamin Harrison - Twenty-Third President of the United States
Here is an image of Benjamin Harrison along with information about his life and presidency. Page 23.

Calvin Coolidge - Thirtieth President of the United States
Here is an image of Calvin Coolidge along with information about his life and presidency. Page 29.

Chester A Arthur - Twenty-First President of the United States
Here is an image of Chester A Arthur along with information about his life and presidency. Page 21.

Dwight D Eisenhower - Thirty-Fourth President of the United States
Here is an image of Dwight D Eisenhower along with information about his life and presidency. Page 33.

Franklin D Roosevelt - Thirty-Second President of the United States
Here is an image of Franklin D Roosevelt along with information about his life and presidency. Page 31.

Grover Cleveland - Twenty-Second and Twenty-Fourth President of the United States
Here is an image of Grover Cleveland along with information about his life and presidency. Page 22.

Harry S Truman - Thirty-Third President of the United States
Here is an image of Harry S Truman along with information about his life and presidency. Page 32.

Herbert Hoover - Thirty-First President of the United States
Here is an image of Herbert Hoover along with information about his life and presidency. Page 30.

James Buchanan - Fifteenth President of the United States
Here is a portrait of James Buchanan along with further information about his life and presidency. Page 15.

James Garfield - Twentieth President of the United States
Here is an image of James Garfield along with information about his life and presidency. Page 20.

Millard Fillmore - Thirteenth President of the United States
Here is the image of Millard Fillmore, the thirteenth president of the United States along with further information about his life and presidency. Page 13.

Theodore Roosevelt - Twenty-Sixth President of the United States
Here is an image of Theodore Roosevelt along with information about his life and presidency. Page 25.

Ulysses S Grant - Seventeenth President of the United States
Here is an image of Ulysses S Grant along with information about his life and presidency. Page 18.

Warren G Harding - Twenty-Ninth President of the United States
Here is an image of Warren G. Harding along with information about his life and presidency. Page 28.

William Howard Taft - Twenty-Seventh President of the United States
Here is an image of William Howard Taft along with information about his life and presidency. Page 26.

William McKinley - Twenty-Fifth President of the United States
Here is an image of William McKinley along with information about his life and presidency. Page 24.

Barack Obama - Forty-Fourth President of the United States
Here is an image of President Barack Obama, Forty-Fourth President of the United States. Page 43.

George H W Bush - Forty-First President of the United States
Here is an image of George H W Bush along with information about his life and presidency. Page 40.

Gerald Ford - Thirty-Eighth President of the United States
Here is an image of Gerald Ford along with information about his life and presidency. Page 37.

James Madison, Fourth President of the United States
Here is a portrait of James Madison, the Fourth President of the United States. Page 4.

James Monroe, Fifth President of the United States
Here is a photograph of James Monroe, the fifth President of the United States. Page 5.

Jimmy Carter - Thirty-Ninth President of the United States
Here is an image of Jimmy Carter along with information about his life and presidency. Page 38.

John Adams, Second President of the United States
Here is portrait of John Adams, the second President of the United States. Page 2.

John F Kennedy - Thirty-Fifth President of the United States
Here is an image of John F Kennedy along with information about his life and presidency. Page 34.

Lyndon Johnson - Thirty-Sixth President of the United States
Here is an image of Abraham Lincoln along with information about his life and presidency. Page 35.

Richard Nixon - Thirty-Seventh President of the United States
Here is an image of Richard Nixon along with information about his life and presidency. Page 36.

Ronald Reagan - Fortieth President of the United States
Here is an image of Ronald Reagan along with information about his life and presidency. Page 39.

Woodrow Wilson - Twenty-Eighth President of the United States
Here is an image of Woodrow Wilson, the 28th president of the United States. Page 27.

President Pictures | Images of US Presidents
Here are pictures of each of the presidents of the United States.

President Pictures | Images of US Presidents
Here are pictures of each of the presidents of the United States.

President Pictures | Images of US Presidents
Here are pictures of each of the presidents of the United States.

President Pictures | Images of US Presidents
Here are pictures of each of the presidents of the United States.

Bill Clinton - Forty-Second President of the United States
Here is an image of Bill Clinton along with information about his life and presidency. Page 41.

George W Bush - Forty-Third President of the United States
Here is an image of George W Bush along with information about his life and presidency. Page 42.

Inaugural Balls - Presidential Inauguration Inaugural Ball
The president's inauguration day ends with what has become numerous inaugural balls. Learn more about this tradition and the events that every new president participates in during his or her inauguration.

Inaugural Parade - Presidential Inauguration
After the president finishes the presidential luncheon, he is taken to the White House where he watches the inaugural parade. Learn more about this tradition and the events that every new president participates in during his or her inauguration.

History and Events of the Presidential Inauguration
Walk step-by-step through the presidential inauguration. Learn about the inaugural events and their history.

Morning Worship Service - Presidential Inauguration Step-by-Step
Since Franklin Roosevelt, the president-elect has attended a worship service the morning of his or her inauguration. Learn more about this tradition and the events that every new president participates in during his or her inauguration.

Procession to the Capitol - Presidential Inauguration Step-by-Step
The president and president-elect normally travel together to the Capitol for the Oath of Office. Learn more about this tradition and the events that every new president participates in during his or her inauguration.

Vice President Swearing-In Ceremony - Presidential Inauguration Step-by-Step
The vice president gets sworn in immediately before the president. Learn more about this tradition and the events that every new president participates in during his or her inauguration.

Presidential Oath of Office - Presidential Inauguration Step-by-Step
The new president gets sworn in using the oath of office listed in Article II of the constitution. Learn more about this tradition and the events that every new president participates in during his or her inauguration.

Presidents Inaugural Address - Presidential Inauguration Inaugural Address
After the president takes the oath of office, he traditionally gives an inaugural address. Learn more about this tradition and the events that every new president participates in during his or her inauguration.

Departure of the Outgoing President - Presidential Inauguration
After the president delivers his inaugural address, he escorts the outgoing president and first lady as they depart from the Capitol. Learn more about this tradition and the events that every new president participates in during his or her inauguration.

Inaugural Luncheon - Presidential Inauguration
After the outgoing president departs, the new president attends the inaugural luncheon at the Capitol. Learn more about this tradition and the events that every new president participates in during his or her inauguration.

10 Presidential Scandals You Should Know
Here is a list of the top 10 presidential scandals that occurred while a president was either running for office or serving as the president.

Top Six Key U.S. Presidential Foreign Policy Doctrines
A chronological list and explanation of the most important foreign policy doctrines in American History, from the Monroe Doctrine to the Bush Doctrine

The United States and the Early Struggle for Neutrality
Learn about the United States' early struggle for neutrality with France and England.

Essential and Interesting Information About Jamestown
Here are six essential facts you should know about the early settlement in Jamestown, Va., from its founding to the removal of its royal charter.

The Wade-Davis Bill and Reconstruction
Learn about the Wade-Davis Bill, the Radical Republicans answer to Abraham Lincoln's Reconstruction plans.

Timeline of Reconstruction
Follow the key events in US History during the years of Reconstruction, 1865-1877.

Ronald Reagan, the 40th President - Fast Facts
Learn key facts about the presidency of Ronald Reagan, the fortieth president of the United States and America's oldest president.

Ronald Reagan Biography - 40th U.S. President
Learn more about the 40th president of the United States, Ronald Reagan. This biography describes his early childhood through his career before the presidency to his time as president and his retirement.

Top 10 Things to Know About Ronald Reagan
These ten key facts about Ronald Reagan will help you learn more about the fortieth president of the United States.

President Ford winces at the sound of the gun during the assassination attempt by Sara Jane Moore on September 22, 1975 in San Francisco, California.
Image of President Ford wincing at the sound of the gun during the assassination attempt by Sara Jane Moore on September 22, 1975 in San Francisco, California. Page 16.

President Ford meets in the Oval Office with Secretary Kissinger and Vice President Rockefeller to discuss the American evacuation of Saigon.
Image of President Ford meeting in the Oval Office on April 28, 1975 with Secretary Kissinger and Vice President Rockefeller to discuss the American evacuation of Saigon. Page 13.

President Gerald Ford plays golf during a working vacation on Mackinac Island in Michigan.
Image of President Gerald Ford playing golf during a working vacation on Mackinac Island in Michigan. Page 15.

President and Mrs. Ford and Susan engage in a little family horseplay.
Image of President and Mrs. Ford and Susan engaging in a little family horseplay at Camp David. Page 12.

President Ford chats with Chief of Staff Donald Rumsfeld and Rumsfelds assistant Dick Cheney in the Oval Office.
Image of President Ford chatting with Chief of Staff Donald Rumsfeld and Rumsfelds assistant Dick Cheney in the Oval Office - April 28, 1975. Page 14.

President and Mrs. Ford offer each other comfort as they watch the election returns on November 2, 1976.
Image of President and Mrs. Ford offering each other comfort as they watch the election returns on November 2, 1976. Page 26.

As Bicentennial Administration Head John Warner looks on, President Ford rings the Bicentennial Bell in New York Harbor.
As Bicentennial Administration Head John Warner looks on, President Ford rings the Bicentennial Bell during the Operation Sail celebration in New York Harbor. The President viewed the Tall Ships from the flight deck of the USS Forrestal on July 4, 1976. Page 19.

President Ford and Jimmy Carter meet at the Walnut Street Theater in Philadelphia to debate domestic policy during the first of the three Debates.
President Ford and Jimmy Carter meet at the Walnut Street Theater in Philadelphia to debate domestic policy during the first of the three Ford-Carter Debates on September 23, 1976. Page 25.

President and Mrs. Ford with Susan and Liberty at Camp David on August 7, 1976.
President and Mrs. Ford with Susan and Liberty at Camp David on August 7, 1976. Page 21.

President Ford and Queen Elizabeth dance during the state dinner in honor of the Queen and Prince Philip at the White House.
Image of President Ford and Queen Elizabeth dancing during the state dinner in honor of the Queen and Prince Philip at the White House. Page 20.

President Ford meets with CIA Director-designate George Bush in the Oval Office.
President Ford meets with CIA Director-designate George Bush in the Oval Office. Page 18.

President Ford thanks former Republican candidate Ronald Reagan for his remarks on the closing night of the Republican National Convention.
Image of President Gerald Ford thanking former Republican presidential candidate Ronald Reagan for his remarks on the closing night of the Republican National Convention - August 19, 1976. Page 23.

President Ford skiing in Vail, Colorado.
President Ford skiing in Vail, Colorado. Page 9.

President Ford with Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft in the Oval Office.
image of President Ford meeting with Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft in the Oval Office. Page 4.

President Ford and Soviet General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev sign a Joint Communiqué following talks on the limitation of strategic offensive arms.
President Ford and Soviet General Secretary Leonid I. Brezhnev sign a Joint Communiqué following talks on the limitation of strategic offensive arms. It was signed in the conference hall of the Okeansky Sanitarium, Vladivostok, USSR - November 24, 1974. Page 6.

President Ford meet with George Harrison and Billy Preston in the Oval Office.
President Ford meet with George Harrison and Billy Preston in the Oval Office. Page 8.

President Gerald Ford in the Oval Office.
Image of President Gerald Ford in the Oval Office. Page 11.

President and Mrs. Ford, Vice Premier Deng Xiao Ping, and Dengs interpreter have a cordial chat during an informal meeting in Peking, China.
Image of President and Mrs. Ford, Vice Premier Deng Xiao Ping, and Dengs interpreter having a cordial chat during an informal meeting in Peking, China on December 3, 1975. Page 17.

President and Mrs. Ford at the Republican National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri - August 19, 1976.
Image of President and Mrs. Ford at the Republican National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri - August 19, 1976. Page 22.

President and Mrs. Ford hugging in the Oval Office.
President and Mrs. Ford hugging in the Oval Office. Page 7.

President Gerald Ford announces his decision in a televised address to pardon former President Richard Nixon.
President Gerald Ford announces his decision in a televised address to pardon former President Richard Nixon. Page 2.

Mike, Gayle, President Ford, Mrs. Ford, Jack, Susan, and Steve on the South Lawn of the White House on September 6, 1976.
Image of President Fords family: Mike, Gayle, President Ford, Mrs. Ford, Jack, Susan, and Steve on the South Lawn of the White House on September 6, 1976. Page 24.

Mrs. Ford reads President Ford's concession speech to the press. (l-r) Steve, President Ford, Susan, Mike, Gayle
Image of Mrs. Ford reading President Ford's concession speech to the press. (l-r) Steve, President Ford, Susan, Mike, Gayle - November 3, 1976. Page 27.

President Gerald Ford and his golden retriever, Liberty, in the Oval Office.
President Gerald Ford and his golden retriever, Liberty, in the Oval Office. Page 5.

President and Mrs. Ford read a Senate petition following Mrs. Ford's breast cancer surgery.
President and Mrs. Ford read a petition, uanimously signed by the U.S. Senate, in the President's Suite at Bethesda Naval Hospital following Mrs. Ford's breast cancer surgery. Page 3.

President Gerald Ford delivers the State of the Union address on January 15, 1975.
President Gerald Ford delivers the State of the Union address on January 15, 1975. Page 10.

Gerald Ford is being sworn in as President after Nixon's resignation.
Gerald Ford is being sworn in as the thirty-eighth president of the United States after President Nixon's resignation.

Pictures of Gerald Ford | Gerald Ford and His Presidency in Pictures
Here is a retrospective of President Gerald Ford's life in pictures.

Pictures of Gerald Ford | Gerald Ford and His Presidency in Pictures
Here is a retrospective of President Gerald Ford's life in pictures.

Pictures of Gerald Ford | Gerald Ford and His Presidency in Pictures
Here is a retrospective of President Gerald Ford's life in pictures.

The United States Presidential Election of 1912
The presidential election of 1912 is an example of when a third party can have a huge impact on the outcome of an election. Theodore Roosevelt represented the Bull Moose Party and split the vote with the Republicans leading to the election of Woodrow Wilson.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt Fact Sheet
Learn about Franklin D. Roosevelt, the thirty-second president of the United States, with these biographical fast facts about his time as president.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt Biography
The life and career and accomplishments of the 32nd president of the United States, who led America during the Great Depression and World War II.

President George Washington - Fast Facts
This article provides a brief biographical information about George Washington, the first President of the United States, who served from 1789 to 1797

Alexander Stephens - Vice President of the Confederate States of America During the Civil War
Alexander Stephens - Vice President of the Confederate States of America During the Civil War. Page 2.

People in American History
Learn about the famous people who helped shape American History.

The Hindenburg Disaster
Learn about the Hindenburg disaster. The airship burned up over New Jersey on May 6,1937 and killed 36 people.

The Hindenburg Disaster - Theories Behind Explosion
Here are the major theories of why and how the explosion on the Hindenburg dirigible occurred in 1937. Page 2.

The Hindenburg Disaster - Dr. Bain's Theory of What Happened
This article tells the story of the Hindenburg Disaster. Find out about the numerous theories that arose to explain this terrible tragedy. Also, discover the real reason why the fire occurred. Page 3.

Presidents Day Facts and Trivia
Presidents' Day is celebrated on the third Monday in February. It is officially the federal holiday of Washington's Birthday. Learn about its history.

Top 10 New Deal Programs of the Great Depression
Here are the top ten New Deal programs created to help deal with the Great Depression. Learn about the key points for each of these major programs.

Top 15 Presidential Campaign Slogans
Following is a list of the top 15 presidential campaign slogans.

Top 15 Presidential Campaign Slogans
Following is a list of the top 15 presidential campaign slogans.

American Flag History, Myths, and Facts
Learn about American flag history from 1777 to the present. This article takes a look at flag myths and legends along with legislation dealing with it

American History Timeline - 1701 - 1725
Use these American History Timelines to find the key events that happened in America's past. This timeline focuses on the years 1701-1725.

Biographical Profile of William Penn
William Penn was a leading Quaker who founded the Pennsylvania colony as a place of religious tolerance. Learn all about William Penn and his significance.

American History Timeline - 1651 - 1675
Use these American History Timelines to find the key events that happened in America's past. This timeline focuses on the years 1651-1675.

Anne Hutchinson - New England Religious Leader
This profile looks at religious reformer Anne Hutchinson who was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony and helped found Portsmouth, Rhode Island.

American History Timeline - 1783-1800
Learn about the key events in American History between the years 1783 and 1800.

Events and Eras in American History
American History can be divided into several eras with key events. Learn about the details, events, and people of each era.

William C. Quantrill - Confederate Soldier or Murderer?
William C. Quantrill is remembered infamously as being responsible for the Lawrence Massacre. Read about his deeds and decide for yourself.

William C Quantrill - Confederate Soldier or Murderer of Lawrence Massacre
William C. Quantrill is remembered infamously as being responsible for the Lawrence Massacre. Read about his deeds and decide for yourself. Page 2.

Quantrill, James, and the Centralia Massacre
William Quantrill was the leader of a band called Quantrill's Raiders. His group included Frank and Jesse James. Learn about their group and the terrible Centralia Massacre they perpetrated.

Andersonville Prison - Civil War Confederate Prison
Learn all about the history of the notorious Andersonville prison located in Confederate Georgia during the American Civil War.

Andrew Jackson - 10 Things to Know
A look at Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, from the Battle of New Orleans to the Indian Removal Act.

President Abraham Lincoln Fast Facts
Learn more about our sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln with this brief list of fast facts and links to further information.

Quotes from William Howard Taft
Check out these quotes from William Howard Taft, the twenty-seventh president of the United States.

Pennsylvania Colony - Significant Events
Learn more about the colony of Pennsylvania founded by William Penn including its significance and important people.

Rhode Island Colony
Learn more about the Rhode Island colony.

Industrial Revolution - America and the Industrial Revolution
The Industrial Revolution changed the course of human history. The United States used the power of this revolution to catapult itself into a world superpower. From the Cotton Gin to railroads to the automobile the Unites states lead the world in ingenuity.

Characteristics of the New England Colonies
What were the characteristics of the New England colonies? Learn about the major characteristics of New England during the American colonial era.

Overview of the Industrial Revolution in the US
Introduction to the historical background and important people, events, and inventions of the Industrial Revolution in the United States. Part 1 of 2.

Industrial Revolution - People - Inventions - Events
Here is an overview of the important people, inventions, and events of the American Industrial Revolution of the 19th century. Part 2 of 2. Page 2.

When States Seceded During the American Civil War
Here is a chart showing the order of secession from the Union. South Carolina was first on December 20, 1860. Tennessee was the 11th on June 8,1861

History of King Philip's War
An outbreak of violence that occurred between 1675 and 1678 in the New England colonies was called King Philip's War. Find out more about this war.

American System of Checks and Balances Explained
The government of the United States has three branches, each of which has checks and balances designed to ensure no branch gains too much power.

Learn American History on About.com
Meet the people, events, wars, and revolutions that shaped American history with informative articles, profiles, timelines, photos, and more.

10 Things to Know About Thomas Jefferson
Here are ten key facts to know about the third president, Thomas Jefferson who served as the third president of the United States from 1801–1809.

Overview of United States Government
Here is an overview of the US Government that explains the organization of the three branches and their interaction along with six founding principles

Mapp v. Ohio - Supreme Court Case Facts
Mapp v Ohio was a Supreme Court decision that decided what would be done with evidence found during an illegal search and seizure. Learn more.

U.S. Civil War: Major Events Leading to War
Here is a list of the top nine events in chronological order that led to secession and the American Civil War between the Union and Confederacy.

10 Things to Know About James Madison
Learn more about America's fourth president, James Madison, with these ten essential facts. about his life before, during, and after being president.

James Garfield - Twentieth President of the United States
Learn all about James Garfield, the Twentieth president of the United States.

All About the Massachusetts Colony
Learn about the founding and the significance of the Massachusetts colony in colonial America. Also learn about its role in the American Revolution.

US Presidential Assassinations and Assassination Attempts
Four United States Presidents have been assassinated, starting with Abraham Lincoln. Six have been the target of assassination attempts. Learn more.

10 Things to Know About President John Adams
Learn all about John Adams, the second president of the United States with these ten interesting facts. Adams served only one term from 1797 to 1801.

Biographies A through F
The people who shaped the history of the United States with last names starting A-F.

Andrew Carnegie - American Steel Magnate and Philanthropist
Andrew Carnegie was an American industrialist who grew his wealth through the steel industry. He was also a huge philanthropist focusing on education.

Overview of the Reconstruction Period in American History
What were the major events of reconstruction? What was reconstruction all about? Learn about this fascinating era in American History.

President John Quincy Adams - 10 Fascinating Facts
The sixth US president was the son of the second, and, after his presidency, both served in Congress and defended slave mutineers on the ship Amistad

James Buchanan Biography - 15th President of the US
Learn more about the 15th president of the United States, James Buchanan. This biography describes his early childhood through his career before the presidency to his time as president and his retirement.

James Monroe - 5th President of the United States
Learn more about the 5th president of the United States, James Monroe including his childhood, career before the presidency, and his time as president

Patrick Henry - American Revolution Patriot
Learn all about colonial orator and American Revolutionary War patriot, Patrick Henry who led the opposition against the Stamp Act in 1765.

John Adams - Second President of the United States
Learn all about John Adams, the second president of the United States.

President and Founding Father John Adams - Biography
The life and achievements of the second president of the United States, one of the Founding Fathers of the nation.

President Theodore Roosevelt Biography 26th President
Learn about the life, career and accomplishments of the 26th president of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt, from early childhood onward.

President George Washington Biography of 1st President
The life and career of the first president of the United States, and Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolution.

Great Depression & New Deal
The Great Depression and the New Deal, perhaps the most harrowing period of our nation's history; and the remarkable steps taken towards recovery.

President James Madison Biography - 4th US President
Learn about James Madison, fourth president of the United States and the Father of the US Constitution who was president during the War of 1812.

Military History
From the French & Indian War to the Gulf War, here is information covering our nation's military history from the beginning.

Timeline of American Involvement in Wars
This chart provides a handy guide to the major wars in which Americans fought ranging from the colonial days to the current war in Afghanistan.

Chart of the Thirteen Original Colonies
Here is a chart that shows the founding of the thirteen British colonies in North America. Find information about the years settled and founders.

John Tyler Fast Facts - Tenth President of the United States
Here are a number of key Biographical fast facts about John Tyler, the Tenth President of the United States. He oversaw the annexation of Texas.

President Richard Nixon - Fast Facts
Here are fast facts about Richard Nixon, the thirty-seventh president of the United States. His presidency was marred by the Watergate Scandal.

President John F Kennedy - Fast Facts
Here is a set of facts about John F Kennedy, the thirty-fifth president of the United States. He served only a short time before being assassinated.

Industrial Revolution Inventors Chart
Here is a chart of the major inventors and their inventions during the Industrial Revolution that had significant ramifications in America.

World War I - The Great War
The first Great War was to be the war to end all wars. This conflict changed the landscape of Europe. Find out about the people, places, battles and events of World War I.

Early American Aircraft Development and World War I
Learn all about the early development of aircraft for military use in American and its mediocre use by the USA during World War I.

U.S. President William McKinley - Fast Facts
Take a look at these biographical fast facts about William McKinley. He served as the twenty-fifth president of the United States from 1897-1901.

Facts About James Buchanan the 15th President
Biographical fast facts about James Buchanan, the fifteenth president of the United States. He was the last president before the Civil War began.

President Theodore Roosevelt - Fast Facts
Brief biographical information about the twenty-sixth President of the United States, who was in office from 1901 to 1909.

George H. W. Bush - Biography
Life and career of the 41st president of the United States, George H. W. Bush, from early childhood through to his presidency and retirement.

American Explorers
Read about the brave souls who explored the American continent.

Biography of Explorer Christopher Columbus
Christopher Columbus was an Italian explorer who made historic voyages to the Americas for Spain. Learn more about this famous explorer.

Andrew Johnson Fast Facts - 17th President
Biographical fast facts about Andrew Johnson, the seventeenth president of the United States.

Ethan Allen - Revolutionary War Hero
Learn all about Revolutionary War figure, Ethan Allen who led the Green Mountain Boys and fought at Fort Ticonderoga with Benedict Arnold.

James Garfield - 20th President of the United States
James Garfield was the twentieth president of the United States. Learn about his childhood, career, his brief time as president, and his assassination

John Quincy Adams 6th President of the US Biography
Learn more about the 6th president of the United States, John Quincy Adams from his childhood through his time as president and beyond.

Calvin Coolidge Biography Thirtieth President of the US
Learn about the 30th president, Calvin Coolidge. with this biography that talks about his childhood, career, presidency, retirement, and death.

Zachary Taylor - Twelfth President of the United States
Learn all about Zachary Taylor, the Twelfth president of the United States.

Zachary Taylor Biography - 12th President of the United States
Learn more about the 12th president of the United States, Zachary Taylor. This biography details his childhood through his time as president.

Benjamin Harrison Biography - 23rd President of the U.S. Biography
Learn more about Benjamin Harrison. This biography describes his early childhood through his presidency and his retirement.

Rutherford B Hayes - Nineteenth President of the United States
Learn all about Rutherford B. Hayes, the Nineteenth president of the United States.

John Tyler - Tenth President of the United States
John Tyler was the 10th president of the United States. Take a look at Tyler's childhood, early career, and time as president with this biography.

Rutherford B. Hayes Biography - 19th President of the US
Learn more about the 19th president of the United States, Rutherford B. Hayes. This biography describes his life and time as president and beyond.

Presidential Elections - Electing the President
Take a fascinating look at the way in which Americans choose their presidents through overviews and in depth discussions of Presidential elections.

Judicial Branch
The highest court in the land has produced a wonderful, rich history for this nation. Learn about the Supreme Court and all parts of the judicial branch in American including famous cases.

Legislative Branch
America's legislative branch at work. Congress consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives which has produced some of the most interesting characters in out nation's history.

Executive Branch
The Presidency and the rest of the executive branch in all its glory. From Washington to Clinton, as well as the first ladies, their VP's, their burial spots, and more.

Government and Politics
Explore the history and events of the government and the politics that have shaped America. Learn more about elections, the executive branch, legislative branch, and the judicial branch amongst other key topics.

The History of Political Parties in America - Poltical Parties in the US
American politics has a tradition of being a two-party system. This spans all the way back to the Federalists and Anti-Federalists battling it out over the Constitution. Read about the different parties that rose and fell over time including the third parties that never 'made it'.

World War II - Allies vs Axis Powers
World War II, a watershed in the history of the world, from which no country remained the same. World War II was the war to end aggression by ruthless dictators. The allies fought for humane treatment of all people. This war is characterized by extremes. People remember the heroes with fondness and the perpetrators of the Holocaust with hatred.

US Secretary of State - Chart of Every US Secretary of State
Here is information about the United States Secretary of State including their duties along with a chart listing every Secretary of State since 1789.

The Manhattan Project Timeline
Learn about the development of the atomic bomb with this detailed timeline of the top secret Manhattan Project that was created in 1941.

Top Ten American History War Movies
These ten movies based on wars from America's past are excellent and cover the Revolutionary War, Civil War, World War II, Vietnam, and more.

Top Six Civil War Movies
Check out these six picks for the best Civil War dramatic movies ever made. From Glory to Shenandoah, these films capture different aspects of the war

Virginia Colony in Colonial America
Learn more about the Virginia Colony founded by the London Company in colonial America. It started as Jamestown in 1607 before becoming a royal colony

McCulloch v. Maryland, 1819 (Implied Federal Powers)
McCulloch v Maryland was a historic court case that established the federal government has implied powers not spelled out in the U.S. Constitution

Wars and Warfare
American History has been punctuated by numerous wars and conflicts. Explore the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Civil War, the Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, the Korean Conflict, the Vietnam Conflict, the Persian Gulf Wars, along with other conflicts that included American involvement. Also learn more about American diplomatic efforts.

The Sinking of the Lusitania and America's Entry into World War I
Learn about the impact the Lusitania's sinking as well as the continuation of unrestricted submarine warfare had on America's entry into World War II.

New York Colony - Significant Events
Learn more about the New York colony. This colony, founded in 1664, was the location of the Albany Congress, the first attempt to unite the colonies.

Alexander Hamilton | American Patriot Alexander Hamilton
Alexander Hamilton was one of America's founding fathers and extremely influential in the early formation of the United States. This profile looks at his life and accomplishments.

William Henry Harrison Fast Facts
Here are biographical fast facts about William Henry Harrison, the Ninth President of the United States. He would serve the shortest time in office.

Battle of Gettysburg - Facts and Figures
Want the facts about the Battle of Gettysburg, the turning point in the American Civil War? Learn about the battle, its outcome, and its significance.

U.S. Constitutional Convention: Key Compromises
A list of the main compromises by the founding fathers to create the US Constitution, including how each state would be represented in Congress.

North Carolina Colony - Significant Event
Learn more about the North Carolina colony which was founded 1663 by eight Lord Proprietors who were recognized by King Charles II of England.

Herbert Hoover Biography and Presidency
Learn biographical fast facts about Herbert Hoover, the thirty-first president of the United States who served at the start of the Great Depression.

Barack Obama Biography - President of the United States
Learn about Barack Obama, the forty-fifth president of the United States. Read about his childhood, his career pre-presidency, and his time in office.

Age of Exploration in the Americas - Exploring the New World
Read about the French, Spanish and English explorers that traveled across the Atlantic and explored the New World. From Columbus to Lewis and Clark, find biographies, routes, archaeological sites and more.

Columbus Day - History, Celebrations, Critics
The second Monday in October commemorates Christopher Columbus' first voyage in 1492. Learn about the origins of this controversial holiday.

History of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates
The Lincoln-Douglas Debates were important for getting Abraham Lincoln noticed by the Republican Party. Learn more about this key debates in 1858.

Spanish American War Essentials
Learn more about the Spanish American War that occurred between April and August 1898 including its roots in yellow journalism and its aftermath.

Ranking the Top 10 Most Influential Presidents
Who were the most influential Presidents of the United States, having affected the nation to the greatest extent? This top ten list includes my picks.

Chester A. Arthur - Biography of the 21st US President
Learn more about the 21st president of the United States, Chester A Arthur including his childhood, time as president, and brief retirement.

William Howard Taft Biography
Learn more about the 27th president of the United States, William Howard Taft including his childhood, early career, time as president, and retirement

Millard Fillmore - Thirteenth President of the United States
Learn all about Millard Fillmore, the Thirteenth president of the United States.

American History Timelines - War of 1812
Learn about the causes and events of the War of 1812, also known as the Second American Revolution, with this detailed timeline.

U.S. President Millard Fillmore - Biography
Learn more about the 13th president of the United States, Millard Fillmore, with this biography including the passage of the Compromise of 1850.

Ten Bloodiest U.S. Civil War Battles
The Battle of Gettysburg resulted in 51,000 casualties, the most during the Civil War. The second bloodiest was the Battle of Chickamauga.

U-2 Spy plane Incident - Gary Powers
Read about the event that increase tensions during the Cold War and provided the example for future relations between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R.

Transcription of the Mayflower Compact
Read the actual transcription of the original Mayflower Compact as transcribed by William Bradford.

19th Century in American History
The 19th Century, the Monroe Doctrine, the Mexican War, the Civil War, and so much more.

Eras of American History
Take your time as you explore the eras that comprise the history of the United States. Learn more about important eras including Colonization, the Civil War era, Reconstruction, and the Progressive Era.

War of 1812 - The Second War for Independence
The fledgling United States needed to flex its muscle one more time to convince Great Britain it was truly independent. Read about the people, places, battles and events that proved to the world America was here to stay.

Impressment and the Chesapeake-Leopard Affair
Learn about the British Royal Navy practice of impressment and the Chesapeake-Leopard Affair which was one of the eventual causes of the War of 1812.

Duel Between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr
Learn about the historic duel in 1804 between Alexander Hamilton Aaron Burr including what caused it, its aftermath, and its significance.

Tecumseh's Curse and U.S. Presidents Who Died in Office
Every president from William Henry Harrison to John F. Kennedy who was elected in a year ending with a zero was assassinated or died in office.

Miranda v Arizona - Supreme Court Case
Read the details of Miranda v Arizona, a Supreme Court decision that decided whether confessions made without the accused being informed of their fifth amendment rights were admissible.

10 Things to Know About John F. Kennedy
Learn ten important things that you should know about John F. Kennedy. He served as the thirty-fifth president of the United States.

The Mexican War and Manifest Destiny
Learn more about the Mexican-American War and its role in America's quest to span from the Atlantic to the Pacific in this overview.

Thanksgiving
Learn more about the first Thanksgiving and the celebration of Thanksgiving in America.

Paul Revere
Learn all about Paul Revere. This famous silversmith was also a member of the Sons of Liberty and a Revolutionary War hero.

Benjamin Franklin Biography - Founding Father
Learn about Benjamin Franklin's life and his significance as a scientist, writer, politician, elder statesmen, and diplomat in the history of America.

Major Utopian Movements in American History
In the early part of the 19th century, over 100,000 people joined the Utopian movements to live in separate 'communities'. Learn about these movements

Science and Technology in American History
Explore the innovations, inventions, and discoveries that have made the United States a leader in science and technology.

United States Space Program and Exploration
The United States Space program is run through the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Learn more about the history of US Space Exploration.

All About the Space Race
Learn about the Space Race that occurred during the 1960s between the United States and the U.S.S.R. that resulted on the moon landing in 1969.

Supreme Court Cases - Profiles and Information About Supreme Court Cases
Here are numerous profiles of key Supreme Court cases that have occurred in America's past.

Court Case of Korematsu v United States
Korematsu v United States was a Supreme Court decision that upheld the right of the government to intern Japanese-Americans during World War II.

The Great Awakening (U.S. Religious Revival) - Overview
A period of individual spiritual awakening in colonial New England. Learn more about the history, the individuals involved, and its significance.

Commonwealth v Hunt - Massachusetts Supreme Court Case
Commonwealth v. Hunt was a key court case from 1842. It looked at labor unions and the legality of strikes. Learn more with this profile now.

Fast Facts: Presidents of the United States 11-20
Biographical fast facts about United States Presidents 11 - 20, from James K. Polk to James Garfield including Lincoln, Johnson, Grant, and more.

Fast Facts: Presidents of the United States 21-30
Biographical fast facts about United States Presidents 21 - 30, from Chester to Calvin Coolidge including Cleveland, McKinley, Roosevelt, Taft, and more.

Fast Facts: Presidents of the United States 31-40
Biographical fast facts about United States Presidents 31 - 40, from Herbert Hoover to Ronald Reagan including Roosevelt, Truman, Kennedy, Nixon, and more.

Warren G. Harding - 29th President of the United States
Learn more about the 29th president of the United States, Warren G. Harding from his early childhood through his time as president.

Eight Points of the Atlantic Charter
The Atlantic Charter signed by President Franklin D Roosevelt and Winston Churchill established eight points to be followed in their vision of a post-World War 2 world.

Text of the 2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution
The 2nd amendent. American History.

Text of the 7th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution
The 7th amendment protects the right to a jury trial. Read the text of the 7th amendment here.

Text of the 25th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution
This amendment was ratified on February 10, 1967. Its purpose was to clarify presidential succession in case of death, resignation, or disability.

Text of the 22nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution
This amendment was passed by Congress on February 27, 1951. It limited the number of terms anyone could serve as president to two.

Text of the 21st Amendment in the US Constitution
The 21st amendment repealed the 18th amendment which had outlawed alcohol. Read the text of the 21st amendment here.

The Life of Powhatan Indian Pocahontas
Pocahontas was a Powhatan Indian princess who became famous for saving Captain John Smith's life and marrying John Rolfe. Learn more about this fascinating woman through this profile.

Text of the 17th Amendment in the US Constitution
The 17th amendment, which created the provision for direct election of senators. American History.

Text of the 10th Amendment in the Bill of Rights
The 10th amendment was the last of the Bill of Rights. It reinforced the idea of federalism. Read the text of the 10th amendment and learn more.

Text of the 1st Amendment in the Bill of Rights
The 1st amendment guarantees freedom of religion, speech, the press, the right to assemble, and the right to petition the government.

12th Amendment Text in the US Constitution
The 12th amendment was created to solve the problems that arose during the Election of 1800. Read the text of the amendment to learn more.

Facts and Significance of Roe v. Wade
Learn the facts concerning and the significance of the Roe v. Wade court case.

Civil War Battles of Robert E Lee
Robert E Lee was the most famous general of the Confederacy. He commanded the Army of Northern Virginia through much of the Civil War. Read about the battles of the Civil War in which Robert E Lee was the principal commander of the Confederacy.

10 Key Facts About George Washington
George Washington was commander of the Continental Army and the first president of the United States, unanimously elected. Here are 10 interesting facts.

Jimmy Carter- Facts on the 39th President
Biographical fast facts about Jimmy Carter, the thirty-ninth president of the United States.

The Cotton Gin in American History
The cotton gin was invented by Eli Whitney on March 14, 1794. This page looks at the background, historical significance, and interesting facts about the cotton gin.

Facts About Mount Rushmore
Learn all about Mount Rushmore, a

What is the History of Veterans Day?
What is the history behind veteran's day? When is it and when did it originate? The answer to these and other questions can be found in this article.

Franklin Pierce - 14th President of the United States
Learn more about the 14th president of the United States, Franklin Pierce. This biography describes his early childhood through his career before the presidency to his time as president and his retirement.

New England Confederation in 1643
What was the New England Confederation and why was it important in American colonial history? Find out here.

Top 10 Significant Presidential Elections
What presidential elections have been the most significant? Here is a list of the top ten presidential elections in American History.

CREEP - Watergate Scandal
What was CREEP and how was it involved with the Watergate scandal? Learn about this committee and its dirty tricks that led back to the Oval Office.

Historical Figures in American History - Important People
Read about the fascinating people and historical figures that have helped shape American History including details about each president and more.

John Adams' Last Words
Learn more about this important figure in American history, as well as his relationship with Thomas Jefferson.

Order for Ratification of the Constitution
What was the order for ratification of the Constitution? Find out in this Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) about the Constitution.

Pre-War and Secession
Sites concerning events before the Civil War that helped to influence the conflict, as well as the Southern Secession crisis.

Compromise of 1850 (Slavery and the U.S. Territories)
The Compromise of 1850 was a group of five bills that were intended to stave off sectional strife that would eventually lead to the United States Civil War.

10 Things to Know About President John Tyler
Learn ten important things that you should know about John Tyler, the tenth president of the United States.

Fast Facts - Gunfight at the OK Corral
Read about the gunfights of the old west.

Fast Facts: Terrorism - Embassy Bombings
Read about the terrorist attack on the US Embassy bombing in east Africa.

U.S. Election of 1800 – Thomas Jefferson vs. John Adams
A look at the key issues and basic facts about this significant election in American history.

Jonathan Edwards - Colonial Clergyman of the Great Awakening
This biography takes a look at the life and significant impact of colonial clergyman and Great Awakening preacher Jonathan Edwards.

Gerald Ford - Thirty-Eighth President of the United States
Learn all about Gerald Ford, the Thirty-Eighth president of the United States.

Jimmy Carter - Thirty-Ninth President of the United States
Learn all about Jimmy Carter, the Thirty-Ninth president of the United States.

Lyndon B Johnson - Thirty-Sixth President of the United States
Learn all about Lyndon B. Johnson, the Thirty-Sixth president of the United States.

Richard Nixon - Thirty-Seventh President of the United States
Learn all about Richard Nixon, the Thirty-Seventh president of the United States.

Information About Abraham Lincoln - Abraham Lincoln Assassination and More
Read about one of the greatest presidents and humorists in American history. Also, find in depth information about the assassination conspiracies surrounding Lincoln's death.

Andrew Johnson - Seventeenth President of the United States
Learn all about Andrew Johnson, the Seventeenth president of the United States.

Benjamin Harrison - Twenty-Third President of the United States
Learn all about Benjamin Harrison, the Twenty-Third president of the United States.

Calvin Coolidge - Thirtieth President of the United States
Learn all about Calvin Coolidge, the Thirtieth president of the United States.

Chester Arthur - Twenty-First President of the United States
Learn all about Chester Arthur, the Twenty-First president of the United States.

Dwight D Eisenhower - Thirty-Fourth President of the United States
Learn all about Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Thirty-Fourth president of the United States.

Franklin Pierce - Fourteenth President of the United States
Learn all about Franklin Pierce, the Fourteenth president of the United States.

Franklin D Roosevelt - Thirty-Second President of the United States
Learn all about Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Thirty-Second president of the United States.

Grover Cleveland - Twenty-Second and Twenty-Fourth President of the United States
Learn all about Grover Cleveland, the Twenty-Second and Twenty-Fourth president of the United States.

Harry S Truman - Thirty-Third President of the United States
Learn all about Harry S Truman, the Thirty-Third president of the United States.

Herbert Hoover - Thirty-First President of the United States
Learn all about Herbert Hoover, the Thirty-First president of the United States.