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Bring your students to the Library for guided, interactive programs that enrich classroom studies in American history, civics and language arts, and explore the events and issues of the early 1960s.
BOSTON – In celebration of Presidents’ Day, today Caroline Kennedy unveiled The President’s Desk, an interactive online module that allows students and other website visitors to sit virtually at President Kennedy’s Oval Office desk and explore several multi-media presentations of historic aspects of his life and administration.
The 50th Anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis, the 13 days that brought the world to the brink of nuclear war, is being marked with several new, interactive and online activities and programs aimed at reaching a younger audience, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library announced today.
BOSTON, MA – The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston, the official memorial to President John F. Kennedy, will observe the 50th anniversary of November 22, 1963 with a number of events that celebrate the legacy of the nation’s 35th President. Observances will include a ceremony webcasted by satellite from the Kenne...
This lesson brings the energy and excitement of the 1960 campaign and election into your classroom. Students explore primary sources located in the interactive exhibit The President's Desk to gather information about the key people in the 1960 election and identify the steps one takes in running for presidential office.
A feature of The Road to the White House lesson plan, this game board challenges students to collect information from the Campaign Button module in The President's Desk interactive exhibit.
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A feature of The Road to the White House lesson plan, this game board challenges students ...
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