Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921)

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VICE PRESIDENT:

Thomas R. Marshall
Thomas R. Marshall

FIRST LADIES:

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Ellen Wilson
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Edith Wilson

OVERVIEW:

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Miller Center (UVA)
American Presidents (C-SPAN)
Woodrow Wilson (PBS)
History Channel

FIRST LADIES:

National First Ladies’ Library
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White House Historical Association
First Ladies (C-SPAN)

 

 

National First Ladies’ Library
White House
White House Historical Association
First Ladies (C-SPAN)

PAPERS/ RESOURCES:

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Wilson Presidential Library and Museum
Public Papers  (American Presidency Project)
Books by Woodrow Wilson (University of Pennsylvania)
Selected Addresses and Public Papers

1912 ELECTION:

William H. Taft
William H. Taft
Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt

 

 

 

 

 

Results
Library of Congress Resources
Newspaper Articles

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1916 ELECTION:

Charles E. Hughes
Charles E. Hughes

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Library of Congress Resources

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INAUGURATIONS:

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1913 Address (Transcript, Wilson’s Typed  and Shorthand Copies)
1917 Address (Transcript)
1917 Inauguration Program
Library of Congress (1913, 1917)
Joint Congressional Committee  (1913, 1917)

SUPREME COURT NOMINEES:

Louis Brandeis
Louis Brandeis

John Clarke (1916)
Louis Brandeis (1916)
James McReynolds (1914)

CABINET/ APPOINTMENTS:

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Vice President:
Thomas R. Marshall

Secretary of Agriculture:
Edwin T. Meredith (1920–1921)
David Franklin Houston (1913–1920)

Secretary of Commerce:
Joshua W. Alexander (1919–1921)
William C. Redfield (1913–1919)

Secretary of the Interior:
John B. Payne (1920–1921)
Franklin K. Lane (1913–1920)

Attorney General:
Alexander Mitchell Palmer (1919–1921)
Thomas W. Gregory (1914–1919)
James C. McReynolds (1913–1914)

Secretary of Labor:
William B. Wilson (1913–1921)

Secretary of the Navy:
Josephus Daniels (1913–1921)

Postmaster General:
Albert S. Burleson (1913–1921)

Secretary of State:
Bainbridge Colby (1920–1921)
Robert Lansing (1915–1920)
William Jennings Bryan (1913–1915)

Secretary of the Treasury:
David Franklin Houston (1920–1921)
Carter Glass (1918–1920)
William G. McAdoo (1913–1918)

Secretary of War:
Newton Diehl Baker (1916–1921)
Lindley M. Garrison (1913–1916)

Chairman of the Federal Reserve:
Charles S. Hamlin (1914-1916)
W.P.G. Harding (1916-1922)

CONGRESS:

House Rules Committee 1.24.16

Speaker of the House:
James B. “Champ” Clark (1911-1919)
Frederick H. Gillett (1919-1925)

HISTORIC SITES:

Woodrow Wilson House (Washington, DC)
Woodrow Wilson Birthplace (Virginia)
Boyhood Home (Georgia)
Presidential Library and Museum (Virginia)

ARTICLES:

At Princeton, Woodrow Wilson, a Heralded Alum, Is Recast as an Intolerant One (NYT)

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