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2 edition of Presidential Landmarks found in the catalog.

Presidential Landmarks

David Kruh

Presidential Landmarks

by David Kruh

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Published by Hippocrene Books .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9431373M
ISBN 100870521675
ISBN 109780870521676


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Presidential Landmarks by David Kruh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Amazing information of presidential sites a "must have" for president buffs!. Everything compiled in this book, with a bit of history background for each location mentioned.

In the back of the book are the locations broken down by each state. In the book, it's organized by each president, starting with George Washington/5(18).

From birthplaces to museums, from personal libraries to retirement homes, Presidential Landmarks provides a thorough study of the sites significant to the presidency, as well as the Oval Office and how it has evolved throughout history.

Each of the forty-one presidents has a separate entry. Included within is a shortPages: Get this from a library. Presidential landmarks. [David Kruh; Louis Kruh] -- This detailed guide gathers together Presidential Landmarks book complete listing of the American landmarks dedicated to our chief executives--from George Washington to George Bush.

From birthplaces to museums, from personal. Basic chronological data are provided for each president. Appendices list colleges attended by the presidents and presidential sites by state and country. A bibliography lists the most useful books available on presidential sites.

The book is the most complete, readily accessible, and convenient-to-use directory available on presidential sites.5/5(4). Listing of more than Presidential places to visit and tour including national historic sites, libraries, museums, statues, birthplaces, gravesites, monuments, memorials.

Most comprehensive listing of historic sites related to the U.S. Presidents. 3. In groups, research and analyze American presidential landmarks to determine their value to American history and how they have been preserved over time.

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Save ePub» [PDF] Sid's Nits: Set An example of a presidential living memorial is the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Located in a wing of the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C., the Wilson Center has a small exhibit concerning President Wilson's life and work, but it is best known for its work to unite the world of ideas with the world of policy by.

Presidential landmarks bring history to the traveler Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Library Walk the very halls of the former Texas School Book .