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@GWBLibrary and @SixthFlrMuseum are partnering to open a new special exhibition from the National Archives, Amending America: The Bill of Rights, which explores the origins of the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution and how each protects U.S. citizens. The exhibit, on display at The Sixth Floor Museum beginning January 24, commemorates the 225th anniversary of the ratification of this...
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#Inauguration Did you know George Washington was the only president to be inaugurated in 2 different cities? Find out where and why: goo.gl/jxGmxT
Happy Birthday to Muhammad Ali, who sadly passed away last June.

President George W. Bush presented Ali the 2005 Presidential Medal of Freedom with the citation, “One of the greatest athletes of all time, Muhammad Ali produced some of America's most lasting sports memories, from winning the Gold Medal at the 1960 Summer Olympics to carrying the Olympic torch at the 1996 Summer Olympics. As...
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#MLKDay Accompanied by President George W. Bush, Mrs. Laura Bush, and his wife, Alma, Secretary of State Colin Powell received the John Thompson Legacy of a Dream Award in Jan 2005 from Georgetown University during the University's "Let Freedom Ring" celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

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#MLKDay #HonoringHeroes Proclaiming a holiday in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., President George W. Bush received a portrait of the civil rights leader from his wife and children in Jan 2002. Photographed from left to right are Coretta Scott King, the President, Rev. Bernice King, and Martin Luther King III.

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#Inauguration #Trivia Lady Bird Johnson was the 1st First Lady to have an active role in the inaugural ceremony. She held the family Bible during the presidential oath of office.

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#Inauguration #Trivia Ronald Reagan’s 1st and 2nd inaugurations both hold records related to the weather. His first inauguration, on Jan. 20, 1981, holds the record for being the warmest inauguration day at 55°. His second inauguration, January 21, 1985, is the coldest on record at 7° and was held inside the U.S. Capitol rotunda.

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President George W. Bush greeted shuttle astronauts from right, Peggy Whitson, Stephanie Wilson, John Grunsfeld, and Ellen Ochoa at NASA headquarters in Washington, D.C. On this day in 2004, the President committed the United States to a long-term human and robotic program to explore the solar system, starting with a return to the Moon that would ultimately enable future exploration of Mars...
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What would you do? The interactive Decision Points Theater @GWBLibrary puts you in the president’s shoes to consider various options to the issues President George W. Bush faced during his Administration. The time-lapse scenarios include declaring war on Iraq, Hurricane Katrina, the troop surge in Iraq, and America's financial upheaval.

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#Fashion #FLOTUS_Friday President George W. Bush and Laura Bush danced for the crowd during the '05 Constitution Ball held at the Washington Hilton, Washington, D.C. Mrs. Bush’s silver and blue embroidered tulle long evening gown was designed by Oscar de la Renta.

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#Fashion #FLOTUS_Friday Mrs. Laura Bush chose 3 American designers to create gowns and suits for the events celebrating the 55th Presidential Inauguration in 2005: Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, and Peggy Jennings.

For the Texas State Society "Black Tie and Boots" Inaugural Ball, Mrs. Bush’s evening gown was a raspberry awning-striped, silk taffeta shirtdress designed by Carolina...
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Meeting with students in 2002, President George W. Bush visited the One-Stop Career and Youth Opportunity Center in Portland, Oregon. More great photos: goo.gl/bI2nPs
#Teachers Looking for a unique, engaging education opportunity to challenge your students?

#TheSituationRoomExperience places students in key White House roles managing a high-stakes national crisis. When time is up, U.S. history and government, critical-thinking, communication skills, team-building, and problem-solving have all fused to create an unforgettable learning experience....
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President George W. Bush took a few moments in ’03 on the South Lawn to enjoy the snow with First Dog Barney. More great #WaggingWednesday photos: goo.gl/FjnVRf
Barney and Miss Beazley played with their soccer ball in the snow on the South Lawn of the ’07 White House. More great #WaggingWednesday photos: goo.gl/FjnVRf
Why is Inauguration Day always on January 20? The date has changed over the years…goo.gl/GA3Z3J

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#Teachers - #Inauguration Day is next week! Sign up your class for our fun, interactive "Presidential Hats" Program today! Email PresidentialHatsBush43@gmail.com
Happy Birthday to the late President Richard M. Nixon, born today 1913, Yorba Linda, CA.

Learn about Presidential history with the National Archives: goo.gl/9xgq6P or

Nixon was elected the 37th U.S. President (1969-1974) after previously serving as a U.S. Representative and a U.S. Senator from California. After successfully ending American fighting in Vietnam and improving international...
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#LawEnforcementAppreciationDay #ThankYou #HonoringHeroes
After placing a wreath to commemorate the 20th Annual Peace Officers' Memorial Service in ’01 at the Capitol, President George W. Bush shook the hand of a police officer from Flagstaff, Arizona. More great photos: goo.gl/bI2nPs