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  1. WHITE HOUSE

    WHITE HOUSE

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    Just in time for the bicentennial of the White House in the fall of 2000, COBBLESTONE has devoted an issue to the famous American landmark. With articles on famous visitors to the White House, critical events that took place there, the causes that first ladies adopted, and a behind-the-scenes look at a formal state dinner, the issue explores how the White House fills a role as a home, an office, and a stage. We also have a cut-away that shows the layout of the rooms open to the public and a couple of activities. Don't miss this issue that celebrates the rich 200-year history of the White House. (We worked closely with the White House Historical Association on this issue.) /cob0009t Learn More
  2. HAIL TO THE CHIEF Part 2

    HAIL TO THE CHIEF Part 2

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    COBBLESTONE APRIL 2015 single back issue. Learn More
  3. Theodore Roosevelt: Larger than Life

    Theodore Roosevelt: Larger than Life

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    COBBLESTONE APRIL 2014 single back issue. Learn More
  4. HAIL TO THE CHIEF Part 1

    HAIL TO THE CHIEF Part 1

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    COBBLESTONE MARCH 2015 single back issue. Learn More
  5. MONROE PRESIDENCY

    MONROE PRESIDENCY

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    Meet Mr. James Monroe, an active participant in the events that shaped American history. A public servant, and a diplomat, he still considered himself primarily a farmer, father and family man. Governor of Virginia for four terms, before serving two terms as president, Monroe also acted as President Jefferson’s special envoy to complete the Louisiana Purchase. This issue includes easy to follow instructions for a simple paddle-wheel boat. Learn More
  6. JAMES and DOLLY MADISON

    JAMES and DOLLY MADISON

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    James and Dolley Madison's shared commitment to the new American nation is brought to light with personal profiles of America's fourth president and his first lady, and sections on The War of 1812, the friendship between Madison and Jefferson, and an archaeological excavation at Montpelier, the Madison home in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Learn More
  7. TEDDY ROOSEVELT

    TEDDY ROOSEVELT

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    He was a war hero, a governor, and the 26th president of the United States. Meet Teddy Roosevelt in this rough riding issue devoted to this remarkable man. From his beginnings as the asthmatic young “Teedie” to his hunting trips to the Badlands, his life at home and his government jobs, the boisterous Roosevelt accomplished much for the country and towards protecting its environment. Read about his older daughter, Alice, and hear what his granddaughter has to say about her special heritage. .cob9303t Learn More
  8. GEORGE WASHINGTON

    GEORGE WASHINGTON

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    Delve into Colonial and Revolutionary history and the life of Washington the man in this archival issue filled with activities, art work and educational illustrations. cob9204t Learn More
  9. A Visit to the White House Neighborhood

    A Visit to the White House Neighborhood

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    We don't usually think of the White House as being in a neighborhood. But since the early 1800s, after the President's House (as the White House was first called) was completed, it became the anchor of one of the earliest and mot desirable places to live in the capital. Heroes, public figures, diplomats, workers, and enslaved people all called the blocks around Lafayette Square, which faces the White House, home. Over time, the area became recognized for its remarkable history and that led to efforts to preserve it. Come take a tour of this unique neighborhood with us! Learn More
  10. Thomas Jefferson

    Thomas Jefferson

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    Thomas Jefferson was more than simply smart. He was interested in a wide range of things, and if he was curious about a subject, he educated himself by reading and corresponding with others to gain information.In this month's Cobblestone, we remember him as being "bold in the pursuit of knowledge"...and for many other reasons as well. Learn More

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