9 edition of Smithsonian Q & A: Presidential Families found in the catalog.
October 17, 2006
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
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Smithsonian Q & A: Presidential Families looks at the role of the first ladies, the children's struggles and accomplishments, and the influence of extended families on the office of the U.S. presidency. Find out the answers to: Which first lady said "I know what's best for the president, I put him in the White House".
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[Edith Mayo] -- Presents illustrated information on the family lives of presidents throughout American history in a question-and-answer format.
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Smithsonian Q & A: Presidential Families: The Ultimate Question & Answer Book (Smithsonian Q & A) First Ladies: Political Role, Public Image Similar Authors To Edith P. Mayo. Divided into 11 chapters, The Smithsonian Book of Presidential Trivia looks at every aspect of our heads of state and presidential history: Citizens, Officers, Heroes, and Saviors; Stumping: From Front Porch to Facebook; The Pledge and the Parties; Inside the Oval Office; The Perpetual Podium; Home, Hotel, Parlor, Playground; First Families.
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