The Presidents Were Here: A State-by-state Historical Guide
This is a state-by-state historical survey of places visited by United States presidents (and Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Texas President Sam Houston)--universities, hotels, homes, churches, birthplaces, battlefields, vacation spots and more in each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. An appendix covers places visited in England.
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Acknowledgments vn Preface
Presidents of the United States
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