Presidential Inaugurations

Busse Library provides these titles and websites for students and faculty interested in the United States Presidential Inauguration.

The Event

History

Infomation About the Presidency

Trivia

Busse Library Resources

  • Congressional Quarterly. The Presidents and the public. C1990 JK518 .P7488 1990 q
  • Cronin, Thomas E. and Michael A. Genovese. The paradoxes of the American presidency. 1998. JK516 .C73 1998
  • Fields, Wayne. Union of words: a history of presidential eloquence. C1996 JK518 .F54 1996
  • Hess, Stephen. Organizing the Presidency. c. 1988 JK518 .H46 1988
  • Jones, Charles O. Passages to the presidency: from campaigning to governing. eBook.
  • Kernell, Samuel. Going public: new strategies of presidential leadership. C1997 JK518 .K46 1997
  • Levy, Leonard Williams and Louis Fisher. Encyclopedia of the American Presidency. c1994 JK511 .E53 1994, Ref.
  • Mari, Christopher and Paul McCaffrey. The American Presidency. 2008. JK516 .A68 2008
  • Nelson, Michael. Congressional Quarterly’s guide to the presidency. c. 1989 JK516 .C57 1989 Ref.
  • 1961 Inaugural Committee (U.S.). Official program, inaugural ceremonies of John F. Kennedy, thirty-fifth President of the United States and Lyndon B. Johnson, thirty-seventh Vice President of the United States. Washington, D. C., January 20, 1961. 1961 F200 .W3 1961q
  • United States Congress Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies. Inaugural address of the Presidents of the United States from George Washington 1789 to George Bush 1989. J81 .C89
  • Warshaw, Shirley Anne. The domestic presidency: policy making in the White House. C1997 E839.5 .W35 1997
  • Washington D.C. Inaugural Committee, 1961. Threshold of tomorrow: the Great Society; the inauguration of Lyndon Baines Johnson, 36th President of the United States and Hubert Horatio Humphrey, 38th Vice President of the United States, January 20, 1965. 1965 F200 .W33 1965 q

 

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