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Women for President Issue Date: 11-06-2016

Cool Spots image Learn about those who paved the way for todayís women to run for our nationís highest office in First but Not the Last: Women Who Ran for President, tinyurl.com/ha42nl6. In 1870, Victoria Woodhull was the first female to declare herself a candidate for president, 50 years before the 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote. Read about her progressive platform. Belva Lockwood represented the National Womenís Equal Rights Party in 1884 and 1888. At the time, nothing in the Constitution would have prevented her election. Margaret Chase Smith was the first female presidential candidate of a major party.

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White House Memories Issue Date: 11-06-2016

Cool Spots image First lady Jacqueline Kennedy believed that the public deserved access to the history of Americaís official executive home. The White House Historical Association, whitehousehistory.org, provides an inside look into the lives of its former residents. Did you know that the original White House had to be rebuilt after a fire in 1814? Explore the Architecture and the work involved in creating the house we know today. Photographs of the homeís Interiors & Furnishings show how they have changed over the years. First Family Life looks at how presidents and their families spent holidays.

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Learn About Elections Issue Date: 11-06-2016

Cool Spots image Gallopade presents Elections for Kids, gallopade.com/client/electionsForKids/index.html. Barack Obama is our 44th president, but did you know that only 43 men have served as president of the United States? Learn why and read more fascinating election trivia in Fun Facts. Check out the Race to the White House to find out how many electoral votes a candidate needs to win. Meet the first family, the vice president and the first dog, Bo, at The White House. If your own classroom isnít already holding an election, you might enjoy using some of the reproducible ballots, campaign buttons and activities available in Teacher Resources.

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Yosemite Issue Date: 10-09-2016

Cool Spots image The Sierra Club introduces you to its founder, famous wilderness explorer, conservationist and author John Muir, vault.sierraclub.org/john_muir_exhibit. Considered the Father of National Parks, he was instrumental in moving Congress to establish the first one, Yosemite. In The Life and Contributions of John Muir, you will find articles written about his experiences, including his life in Scotland, Wisconsin, Yosemite and Alaska. In the Chronology of his life, youíll be amazed at his inventions and adventures from a very young age. From walking 1,000 miles at age 29 to climbing Mount Whitney at 35, he was always intrepid.

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National Parks Issue Date: 10-09-2016

Cool Spots image PBS presents The National Parks: Americaís Best Idea, pbs.org/nationalparks/history, a film by Ken Burns. Episodes include photographs, history and videos that would be useful in a presentation or research project. Adventurers, inventors, conservationists, authors and entrepreneurs were some of the people who worked to preserve this countryís beautiful scenery. In History Overview, see which natural wonders inspired the creation of parks for the public to enjoy. The National Parks Timeline gives a historical context to the establishment of our national parks system.

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