The Miller Center is an excellent source of informational essays on each president, with access to important speeches.
American-Presidents-History.com has lots of facts about American presidents, but may be most useful for its access to speeches by the presidents. There are links to the inaugural addresses of each president.
Get all the facts on the U.S. Presidents, including interesting articles, pictures, videos and more. Find out more about the nation's history on History.com.
whitehouse.gov has information on past presidents and events in US history.
Khan Academy has study section for AP US History. The sections I've reviewed are pretty straight forward and understandable. Scroll down to find the present, era, or event and a description of it and its significance.
ThoughtCo is an online encyclopedia that has information about your president and the times the president lived in. This may be useful for in depth information on an event or situation your president dealt with that is still unclear to you.
Everything you need to know about each President of the United States of America - in just 60 seconds! Fun, quick snapshots that may help you understand strengths, weaknesses, and the times the president governed in.
MLA (Modern Language Association) style is most commonly used to write papers and cite sources within the liberal arts and humanities. This resource, updated to reflect the MLA Handbook (8th ed.), off
ed1stop is resource provided by the county office of education. For our purposes, the World Book Encyclopedia could be helpful, as well as the Discovery Streaming service. You need to log in: username is walnutcreekint_stu; password is squires.