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  1. Full texts of all U.S. Inaugural Addresses at Bartleby.com Historical Inauguration Speeches at YouTube from C-SPAN , 12 videos, spanning 1933 through 2013 Corpus of Political Speeches Free access to political speeches by American and other politicians, developed by Hong Kong Baptist University Library

  2. 03/07/2017 · The Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents: 1977-2009 The Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents: post-2009 Our archives also contain data related to Midterm Elections , U.S. Party Platforms (from 1840), Statements of Administration Policy , White House Press Briefing Transcripts , Presidential Debate transcripts .

  3. Though inaugural celebrations may last way past midnight, the swearing-in ceremony begins at 11:30 a.m. sharp. Following introductory band music, an invocation, and on occasion a poetry reading, the vice president-elect is sworn in first. At noon the president-elect is sworn in and then addresses the crowds and nation in his or her inaugural ...

  4. President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama attended the Commander-In-Chief's Ball held for members of the U.S. military and attended the Inaugural Ball, an invitation-only public gala held as a unified celebration for all Americans. Both inaugural balls were held on January 21 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.

  5. Prepared by the Department of Education and Public Programs, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum Poetry and Power: John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address On January 20, 1961 a clerk of the U.S. Supreme Court held the large Fitzgerald family Bible as John F. Kennedy took the oath of office to become the nation’s 35th president ...

  6. Dr. Jill Biden listens in at a rally in support of Democratic presidential nomineee U.S. Sen. Barack Obama October 12, 2008 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Sen. Joseph R. Biden Jr. Kissing wife Jill's forehead after announcing his bid for 1988 Democratic presidential nomination.

  7. 07/12/2021 · President Lincoln's First Inaugural Address was meant to assure the Southern states that slavery would be maintained as the status quo. In this lesson, explore a summary and analysis of President ...