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  1. Hats in the Ring: An Illustrated History of American Presidential Campaigns by Evan Cornog, Richard Whelan, 2000-09-12
  2. History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-2008
  3. History of American Presidential Election 1789 - 2001 (History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-2001)
  4. History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-1984 (Vol 1) by Arthur Meier Schlesinger, 1986-06
  5. A Statistical History of the American Presidential Elections: With Supplementary Tables Covering 1968-1980 by Svend Petersen, 1981-10-27
  6. A statistical history of the American presidential elections by Svend Petersen, 1963
  7. History of American Presidential Elections: Election Years, 1960-1968
  8. History of American Presidential Elections: Election Years, 1912-1924
  9. A Statistical History of the American Presidential Elections. Introduction: Our National Elections, by Svend, Petersen, 1968-06
  10. History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-1968: Election Years, 1872-1888
  11. History of American Presidential Elections 1789-1968: Volume 1-4 Complete by Jr. Arthur M. Schlesinger, 1971
  12. History of American Presidential Elections. Vol 2 1848-1896 by Arthur ( editor) Schlesinger, 1971
  13. History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-1984: Supplemental Volume, 1972-1984 by Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Fred L. Israel, 1986-04

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    6. American History Timeline: 1780-2005
    This timeline shows US history from 1780 to 2010, with parallel developments in politics, presidents, popular, Native American, planetary, technology, and culture.
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    7. Frederick Jackson Turner - Conservapedia
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    Jump to: navigation search Frederick Jackson Turner (1861 – 1932) was one of the two most influential American historians of the early 20th century. Turner is best known for his 1893 Frontier Thesis (also called the Turner Thesis ), as well as his his theories of geographical sectionalism, his many PhD students, and his leadership of the history profession. The Turner thesis asserts that the American frontier helped create a solid American identity and gave birth to many of the democratic traditions that created the American political system as we know of it today. The frontier which moved ever westwards created a rugged breed of American who were united in the common love for and freedom. In recent years western history has seen pitched battles among "Turnerians," "antiTurnerians," "neoTurnerians," and "postTurnerians," with the only point of agreement being his enormous impact on historical scholarship and the American mind.

    8. Presidential Elections, 1789–2008 —
    For the original method of electing the president and the vice president (elections of 1789, 1792, 1796, and 1800), see Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution.
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    9. NASW Centennial Collection Donation Celebration -- Josephine Nieves
    Dr. Josephine Nieves NASW Executive Director. Thursday, November 12, 1998 National Museum of American History Presidential Reception Room Smithsonian Institution

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    Smithsonian Institution Good afternoon! I also thank all of you who came here to be with us today. Our National board members, the NASW Pioneers, our members, our staff, and especially our donors and their guests. May I ask our donors to rise? We celebrate you for your foresight in preserving these items and for your generosity in sharing them with NASW and with the Smithsonian Institution. Many many thanks! How gratifying that is to know, but how hard to capture! And as we capture and revere our history, we also search it for clues to the future. And what do we learn? One thing is clear there will be a need for professional social workers for the foreseeable future. I think every social worker was advised in training, "your job is to work yourself out of a job." Our job isn’t done. Social work’s past meets social work’s future. Social workers were activists in the labor movement and the result was the 40-hour week and a minimum wage, unemployment insurance and social security. But today’s working families, even those with two and three jobs, continue to be poor. The demographics of an aging population and political proposals to "privatize" make Social Security’s fate insecure. Social work’s past meets social work’s future.

    10. Interview With Mr. Don Wetzel
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    L to R: Dr. Spencer Crew, Director, National Museum of American History; Mr. Don Wetzel, co-patentee of the Automatic Teller Machine, and G. Henry Mundt III, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mastercard Cirrus. They are standing with an early NCR ATM at the presentation of the artifact to the Smithsonian Institution. Cirrus coordinated the donation of the object by Keycorp of Dayton, Ohio, and provided funding for the video history and transcription documenting Mr. Wetzel's involvement in the creation of the ATM.
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    Ronald L. Feinman Ronald Feinman specializes in 20th Century American History, with emphasis on Political and Diplomatic History. He has taught courses on America, 1900-1945, FDR and the New Deal Era, US 1945 to the Present, and America in the 1960s. Additionally, he has taught broad survey classes in American Diplomatic History, American Political History, American Constitutional History, and American Immigration and Ethnicity. Dr. Feinman is the author of a book on the New Deal era, entitled Twilight of Progressivism: The Western Republican Senators and the New Deal (Baltimore:The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1981). Additionally, he is the author of an article in the journal Mid-America, and has published book reviews in the following journals: The American Historical Review, The Journal of American History, Reviews in American History, Presidential Studies Quarterly, Political Science Quarterly, and The Historian. Feinman has also done research on the Presidencies of Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan in his constant quest to improve his knowlege and expertise on recent American history. He is a member of the following scholarly organizations: The American Historical Association, the Organization of American Historians, Phi Alpha Theta, and The Center for the Study of the Presidency. He has been a faculty member in the History Department since 1989.

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