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First Ladies

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Eleanor Roosevelt: American Visionary features photos and artifacts from the life of one of the most dynamic and controversial First Ladies in U.S. history. She was the first First Lady to hold regular press conferences...  (National Park Service)
Dolley Madison Project is devoted to the life, letters, and legacy of the wife of our fourth president. As First Lady, Dolley Madison grew famous for her social graces and courage. By 1900 her name was...  (The Dolley Madison Project, University of Virginia, supported by National Endowment for the Humanities)
First Lady to the World: Eleanor Roosevelt at Val-Kill is a curriculum-oriented guide to the work of the active First Lady. The site uses a retreat she built on her husband's estate as a focus but gives readings and suggested school...  (National Park Service, Teaching with Historic Places)
Memories of Montpelier: Home of James and Dolley Madison describes the setting, main house, and grounds of the home of our fourth President and the "father" of the Constitution. It also provides insights into daily life in the 19th century...  (National Park Service, Teaching with Historic Places)
By Popular Demand: Portraits of the Presidents and First Ladies is an online illustrated reference aid displaying 156 portraits depicting every American president and most first ladies...  (Library of Congress)
Turn of the Century First Ladies... Who's That Lady? is an online "bowl event" where teams of students compete by naming First Ladies who appear in a slideshow...  (Library of Congress)
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