Learn more about Gerald Ford and other United States Presidents by reading books included in this bibliography.

The Gerald R. Ford Library has several very interesting and useful document collections, which can be used for classroom activities, research papers, and History Day projects. These include material on Vietnam, the Ford Cabinet, National Security Council, and Presidential elections. Material related to Vice President Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, and Alan Greenspan is also available on-line for study.

Extremely comprehensive official web site for the PBS series,The American President. Includes biographies, lesson plans focusing on American presidencies and Election 2000, interactive games, a magazine written for students by students, and an interactive polling booth where students can voice their opinions.

Explore the entire Gerald R. Ford Library website, including photographs, documents and other information.

156 photographs and portraits of the Presidents and First Ladies from the Library of Congress.

Learn about the White House, past Presidencies, kids and pets in the White House, and a White House newsletter for kids. Write the President, Vice President, First Lady, and Mrs. Gore.

The first virtual library dedicated exclusively to America's first ladies. Includes links to biographical sketches of each first lady.

Features Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, and Ronald Reagan. Offers detailed information about their early careers, administration, and education resources.

A list of all the presidential libraries and links to their web sites.

Great site for learning about history of the White House; many learning activities from grades K-12.