History Reference Center, published by EBSCO, contains
Under 'Browse Subject', the U.S. History link includes many articles devoted to specific U.S. presidents as well as political and social movements, often heavily influenced or initiated by U.S. presidents. These collections of articles include:
Gale Virtual Reference Library
The Gale Virtual Reference Library is comprised encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research, including very detailed entries. The History Collection includes useful resources for researching U.S. Presidents including:
American Decades - A Cross-disciplinary source for junior and high school students and teachers, public librarians and general researchers who need to document and analyze periods of contemporary American social history (1900-1999).
Gale Encyclopedia of U.S. History - Provides a broad overview of war throughout American history, with a special emphasis on how war effects, and is affected by, political, economic, and social change in American and global society.
Britannica E-Books (under Elementary School resources)
The American Presidency
The American Presidency. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc, 2010. PDF. http://eb.pdn.ipublishcentral.com/product/american-presidency
The American Presidency provides a rich journey through U.S. history. Meet the occupants of the nation's highest office from George Washington to Barack Obama. Each presidential summary includes a detailed biography, the president's signature, his vice president(s), a profile of the first lady, and timelines. Coverage of the presidential election process, the Cabinet, White House, election results, the presidential flag, and the presidential seal history is also included. (Grades 5-12; Reading Level Grade 7)
Britannica E-Books (under High School resources)
The Executive Branch of the Federal Government: Purpose, Process, and People
To get to Homework Help through the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library's website, visit http://www.hmcpl.org.
Under the 'Research' tab, click on 'Online Resources'. Under 'Resource Collections' select the A-Z search option. From here select H'. On the sceen that appears, scroll down to the 'Homework Alabama' and click on the link.
When you get to the 'Online Resources' page, under 'Resource Collections' under the 'Subject' tab, select 'Homework Help'. An alphabetical list of homework resources appears. Scroll down to 'Homework Alabama' and click on the link.
You will be taken to a Homework Alabama page containing information about Homework Alabama. Look for the sentence, '
Alabama residents only (http://homeworkalabama.org). Click on the link.