U.S. Presidents

Encyclopedias: Use these first - Search for the name of your President. Read the articles then use the web links provided with the article on your subject.

Grolier Online: Enter keywords into the search bar to find your topic. Pay attention to the web links and fast facts tabs. (Access at home - log in using the userid: tjmiddle and thepassword: tiger.) 

World Book:  Go to World Book advanced for more features.  Create login under My Research in order to save citations and links to information.  (Access in school & at home - log in using the userid: jefferson1 and the password: 07410.) 



Facts On File: Use American History Online -  Select the U.S. Presidents Directory and select your President to learn more.

American History:  Enter keywords into the search bar to find your topic.


Web Links:

Ducksters: Biographies of the presidents of the United States. Learn the life story and biography of these great leaders of the US.

Fact Monster: Find image index and biographical information on all of the U.S. Presidents, from 1789 to the present.

The Presidents: Meet the 44 Presidents of the United States of America from George Washington to Barack Obama.

Internet public Library: Presidents of the United States (POTUS)

The Miller Center (UVa.): American President: A Reference Resource.

American Presidents - History.com: The History Channel (A&E Television Networks) maintains this multimedia resource on American presidents, with time lines, biographies, image galleries, and video clips from History Channel documentaries.

The American Experience- Presidents: Part of a PBS presidential biography series, watch documentary footage and films. In addition to the complete online video, there is an extended textual biography, interviews with historians, and primary sources.

Biography: Learn more about the 43 U.S. presidents, 



CNN News Gallery

Constitution Facts


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Be sure to check the validity and reliability of the authors of different websites. Check several websites for the same information to compare information for accuracy. Don’t simply trust the first website you check! You should fact check specific information regarding your president.