The Presidential Primary Sources Project is offering new programs, beginning January 2021! These classes are free, interactive, and aimed for students in grades 4-12. Below you’ll find a list of all the courses being offered. We hope you’ll join us!
All programs will take place at 11 a.m. ET and 2 p.m. ET on their scheduled day.
- January 19, The Constitution and Presidential Powers
- January 21, The Symbiotic Relationship of Slavery and Indian Removal, Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage
- January 26, Washington and the Whiskey Rebellion, George Washington’s Mount Vernon
- January 28, A Young Theodore Roosevelt
- February 2, Planning for the Future: President Carter and the Energy Crisis
- February 4, Pioneer Life in Indiana
- February 9, The Great Communicator
- February 11, Women of Kansas: Beyond Dorothy
- February 16, Black Americans and the Great Depression
- February 18, Exploring President Kennedy’s New Frontier Today
- February 23, From “Accidental President” to Political Powerhouse: Comparing the First 100 Days of Theodore Roosevelt’s First and Second Terms
- February 25, America’s Presidents Through Portraiture
- March 2, Nothing to Fear But Fear Itself: Roosevelt’s First Inaugural
- March 4, Lincoln in his own Words: A Close Look at the Gettysburg and Second Inaugural Addresses
- March 9, 7th Street Challenge: Lincoln’s Commute
- March 11, Daughters of Freedom! Rise of the Women’s Rights Movement
- March 16, President Clinton’s Public Diplomacy in Northern Ireland
- March 18, Life and Legacy of Ulysses S. Grant: History and Significance of General Grant National Memorial
- March 23, The Peanut Brigade
- March 25, Truman’s First 100 Days
Program links will be provided following registration. Sessions will also be live-streamed on Facebook from the Presidential Primary Sources Project.