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The American Presidency Project (americanpresidency.org) was established in 1999 as a collaboration between John Woolley and Gerhard Peters at the University of California, Santa Barbara. These archives contain 87,406 documents related to the study of the Presidency.
Includes public papers, executive orders, proclamations, addresses, and press conferences covering all the Presidents.
An extensive collection of digital documents relevant to the fields of law, history, economics, politics, diplomacy and government covering time periods from pre-18th Century to the 20th Century. Links to supporting documents are also provided. Documents include charters, constitutions, declarations, diplomatic documents, papers, speeches and treaties.
A wealth of information on the Constitutional Convention, Continental Congress, and Congress provided by the American Memory site at the Library of Congress. It also contains specialized information on the impeachment trial of President Johnson, Indian land cessions, Journals of the Confederate Congress, the evolution of the conservation movement 1850-1920 and links to related databases.
From Richard Henry Lee's Resolution of 1776 to the Voting Rights Act Act of 1965, this site includes images, text, and other information for 100 milestone documents drawn from the National Archives and Records Administration.
"Between 1940 and 1973, six American presidents from both political parties secretly recorded just under 5,000 hours of conversations. This site is designed as a service to the research community by making freely available all of the presidential recordings, along with relevant research materials, so that scholars, teachers, students, and the public can hear and use these remarkable tapes for themselves."
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