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Inaugural Words - 1789 to the Present - Interactive Graphic
Destroy all the Evidence After his death, Mrs. Harding burned every scrap of paper she could find that had anything to do with Warren Harding or his presidency. 20th Century Presidents Quiz 20th Century Presidents Quiz
20th Century Trivia
History Tours - Home New to History Tours New tours from Southern Columbia AP European History students on the World History page I am happy to report that History Tours was named the #1 Google Earth tool for teachers by highdefteacher.com! You can read the article here. What is the History Tours Project? History Tours - Home
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National Archives Experience
Stories of America Stories of America Theodore Roosevelt was campaigning in Milwaukee, WI on October 14, 1912 on the Bull Moose ticket. A man made his way through the crowd and shot T.R. in the chest. Roosevelt rather calmly checked his mouth for blood. Finding none, he realized the bullet did not pierce a lung. He made his way to the podium and gave a 90 minute speech with blood dripping from his shirt. The speech began with, "Ladies and gentlemen, I don't know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot; but it takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose."