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View Resource American Experience: Jimmy Carter

Chronicling the life and times of former President Jimmy Carter is a formidable task, but the American Experience Web site established to complement the new documentary about his life offers a valuable introduction to this former peanut farmer turned global humanitarian and peace maker. Not surprisingly, the site contains a substantial amount of coverage about the Camp David Accords and the...

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/films/carter//
View Resource The Carter Center

After their tenure as chief executive of the United States, some presidents retire from public life, some become Supreme Court justices, and many of them continue their dedication to public service. The Carter Center at Emory University is testimony to Jimmy and Rosalynn's Carter commitment to public service. Established in 1982, the Carter Center is "committed to advancing human rights and...

https://www.cartercenter.org/index.html
View Resource Jimmy Carter Library and Museum

Administered by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum was opened in 1986. For the benefit of researchers and others who cannot make it to Atlanta, this website provides access to some of the speeches and letters of President Carter, along with biographical information about members of the Carter family. First-time visitors will want to start...

https://www.jimmycarterlibrary.gov/
View Resource Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum: Teacher Resources

This page of teaching resources from the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum offers 19 units across the topics of US History, Civics, Geography, Energy & Environment, Human Rights, US Foreign Policy, Science & Health, Current Events, Middle East, Segregation & Civil Rights, and Character Education. The units are designed for a range of ages, from early elementary school to late high school....

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