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Unit Study Supplement: John F. Kennedy, U.S. 35th President

Although President John F. Kennedy’s life was tragically cut short, he is one of the most remembered presidents in U.S. history. His young family and charisma were well liked by the public, and his years in office were marked by a combination of both success and failure. Usually referred to as JFK, and known to […]

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Unit Study Supplement: George H.W. Bush, U.S. 41st President

Starting when his father became a U.S. Senator, George H.W. Bush and his family have been politically active. The 41st President has been heavily involved in U.S. history and politics since he first joined the Navy at the young age of 18. Since he is the oldest living President and Vice President, there are a […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Harry Truman, U.S. 33rd President

What was Harry Truman known for? Most notably, Truman is associated with the dropping of an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan at the end of World War II. He was ultimately quite an unpopular president, but he is credited with some major accomplishments during his tenure, including creating new divisions of the Armed Services, combatting […]

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Unit Study Supplement: James Buchanan, U.S. 15th President

Historians have long called James Buchanan the worst president in U.S history. Primarily, this is because of his role leading up to the Civil War.He refused to take a stand against the issue of slavery during his tenure, preferring to let each state decide whether to accept slavery or not. His own Democratic party was […]

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Unit Study Supplement: James Monroe, U.S. 5th President

Following the War of 1812, America was more united, politically, than they had been in many years. It was in this time of relative stability that Monroe came to power in the U.S. His presidency was one of immense growth for the country, although it was not without growing pains. As a war veteran, previous […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Thomas Jefferson, U.S. 3rd President

A study of our third president, Thomas Jefferson, lends itself to a wide variety of educational topics: the American Revolution, slavery, international trade, Westward expansion, foreign languages, and many more. There is enough content to keep students busy for weeks! No single American Presidents unit study could teach you everything you’d like to know about […]

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Unit Study Supplement: John Tyler, U.S. 10th President

If William Henry Harrison had not died soon after taking office, it’s very likely that most Americans would know very little about a man named John Tyler. That’s because Tyler, who was Harrison’s running mate, had already decided that he was going to take a low key approach to the vice presidency and let Harrison […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Grover Cleveland, U.S. 22nd President

Holding an unprecedented spot in history as the only president to serve two, non-consecutive terms, Grover Cleveland was known for his honesty and hard stance against corruption. Cleveland was considered a political reformer, being one of two Democrats to be elected during a time when Republicans dominated the political scene. Prior to becoming president, Cleveland […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Andrew Jackson, U.S. 7th President

Andrew Jackson is often called “the first populist president,” because his was the first political campaign to appeal directly to the American public. Jackson was a farmer, a pioneer, a lawyer, a judge, a military hero, a politician and a president of the United States. To help, we’ve created an American Presidents unit study that […]

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Unit Study Supplement: George Washington, U.S. 1st President

George Washington, the father of our country, is arguably the most important figure of American history. From taking the reins and leading the continental army during the American Revolution, to forging and creating the mold for the American Presidency, many of the views and values of today’s America can be attributed to George Washington. And, […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Ronald Reagan, U.S. 40th President

Having been a radio host, sportscaster, and actor in his career, it is no surprise that President Ronald Reagan is often called “The Great Communicator.” It is said that his soothing tone of voice and his natural charm had total strangers quickly feeling like they were old friends. He took command of any stage and […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Abraham Lincoln, U.S. 16th President

On February 12 of each year, we stop to remember the life and accomplishments of our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. Sometimes called “The Great Emancipator,” Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, which eventually led to the freeing of all slaves in the USA. Although his birthday is not a federal holiday, states such as Connecticut, Illinois, […]

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Unit Study Supplement: William McKinley, U.S. 25th President

While William McKinley accomplished a great deal in his Presidency, not a lot is commonly known about the 25th President of the United States. Even the $500 bill in which he was featured has been discontinued. So as some may say, out of sight, out of mind. However, although not many people know much about […]

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