GED Online Testing System

May 26

Our Presidents: “Q: Why do you guys only do things about the past 82 years?” -

ourpresidents:

Good question. The short answer is that the 82 year time frame of “Our Presidents” corresponds with the 13 administrations from Presidents Herbert Hoover through George W. Bush.

The longer answer starts some time around 1939. During Franklin D. Roosevelt’s second term in…

(Source: stanleyhighschool.com)

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Celebrating the life of Betty Ford, April 8, 1918 - July 8, 2011
First Lady Betty Ford and daughter Susan share the President’s chair in the Oval Office. December 8, 1974.
-from the Ford Presidential Library and Museum

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Celebrating the life of Betty Ford, April 8, 1918 - July 8, 2011

First Lady Betty Ford and daughter Susan share the President’s chair in the Oval Office. December 8, 1974.

-from the Ford Presidential Library and Museum

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Remembering Betty Ford.  April 8, 1918 - July 8, 2011.
First Lady Betty Ford greets newly-arrived Vietnamese children at the Camp Pendleton Refugee Camp in California.  May 21, 1975.  
-from the Ford Presidential Library and Museum

ourpresidents:

Remembering Betty Ford.  April 8, 1918 - July 8, 2011.

First Lady Betty Ford greets newly-arrived Vietnamese children at the Camp Pendleton Refugee Camp in California.  May 21, 1975. 

-from the Ford Presidential Library and Museum

ourpresidents:

Happy birthday to all who share the same birthday with Gerald R. Ford!  On July 14, 1913 the 38th President of the United States was born in Omaha, Nebraska.
Here’s a young Gerald, around 3 years old, with his pet Boston Terrier.  Different sources identify the dog as either Spot or Fleck. Circa 1916.
-from the Ford Presidential Library

ourpresidents:

Happy birthday to all who share the same birthday with Gerald R. Ford!  On July 14, 1913 the 38th President of the United States was born in Omaha, Nebraska.

Here’s a young Gerald, around 3 years old, with his pet Boston Terrier.  Different sources identify the dog as either Spot or Fleck. Circa 1916.

-from the Ford Presidential Library

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On this day in 1960, Lyndon B. Johnson accepted the nomination as John F. Kennedy’s running mate for Vice President of the United States at the Democratic National Convention.
-from the Johnson Presidential Library

ourpresidents:

On this day in 1960, Lyndon B. Johnson accepted the nomination as John F. Kennedy’s running mate for Vice President of the United States at the Democratic National Convention.

-from the Johnson Presidential Library