List of available additional digital research resources about the George W. Bush Presidency.
2018-0009-P: Textual Records on the Nomination and Appointment of Brett Kavanaugh as Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
Finding Aid 2018-0009-P: Textual Records on the Nomination and Appointment of Brett Kavanaugh as Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
This series consists of the official proclamations, denoted by a blue border, released by President George W. Bush. The Library kept three samples of each if possible, and the series includes copies of the vast majority of the Bush administration proclamations.
Finding Aid 2018-0263-F: Emails Processed in Response to Blumenthal v. NARA FOIA Litigation Request Information Emails responsive to this request are being released on a rolling basis in segments. Please check this page for updates. The materials in FOIA 2018-0263-F are a selective, not necessarily all inclusive, body of documents responsive to the topic of the FOIA. Researchers should consult the archivist about related materials.
Economic events during the George W. Bush administration include income tax cuts in 2001 and 2003 and a subprime mortgage crisis in 2007 - 2008 that led to a period known as the Great Recession. Some major themes of President George W. Bush's economy policy include economic stimulus, job creation, economic growth, and fiscal responsibility.
Established by President George W. Bush after the Septermber 11th Terrorist Attacks, the USA Freedom Corps oversaw the creation of an online database for volunteer opportunities known as the Volunteer Network. Potential volunteers used the database to identify positions that matched their skills and interests.
During the George W. Bush Administration, speeches were used to communicate important policies or actions taken by the United States government.
During his administration, President George W. Bush made 48 international trips to 73 countries (in addition to visiting the West Bank), visiting every continent except Antarctica.
Administration baseball cards, bookmarks, envelopes, information sheets, lithographs, response cards, stickers, and related items are contained within this series. All items in this series were presumably mailed to members of the public who wrote in to the White House.
This series includes speech drafts, correspondence, publications and web pages related to the arts created or received in the White House Office of Records Management during the administration of George W. Bush.
This series consists of materials pertaining to human and civil rights, ethnic minority groups, voting rights, and ideologies, including communications from the public expressing views or complaints about such matters. HU (Human Rights) is comprised of correspondence, memoranda, reports, fact sheets, and drafts. Materials relate to human and civil rights in the United States, alleged human rights violations in foreign countries, and humanitarian aid provided by the United States to foreign countries.
This series is divided into four subseries based on subcode: PA (Parks), PA001 (Cemeteries), PA002 (Monuments), and PA003 (Reservations). Correspondence includes letters to President Bush from members of Congress and the general public regarding the designation of lands as national parks or national monuments, etc.
This material contains correspondence and requests of the President, including those asking for support of bills or initiatives, with correspondence particularly related to recreation and sports.
Our Presidential Hats program is designed for students in grades 3 - 5. The Presidential Hats Program teaches students the many roles a U.S. President plays. Students learn using technology in a cooperative setting and are asked to read and discuss, comprehend, write, draw an illustration (another component of their worksheet), and construct. Additionally, all learning modalities are addressed: kinesthetic, auditory, visual, and tactile.