The White House website has a section on history and the Presidents.
History.com has a written article about each president.
American Presidents History has a list of facts about each president, but may be most useful for locating some speeches by the president. There are links to the texts of inaugural addresses.
The Miller Center has an excellent website with informational essays on each president, and access to presidents’ speeches.
Inside Gov has an interesting feature: you can select presidents for side by side comparison. They also explain and give examples of domestic policy (issues within the U.S.), legislation, and foreign policy. (this is a touchy website - it doesn't always allow us to look at)
ThoughtCo is an online encyclopedia that has information about your president and the times your 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.
ed1stop by CCCOE is personal portal to free educational educational websites that may help you with research and projects. For our purposes, this is where you can access World Book Encyclopedia Online for specific information. It is also the place to log in to BrainPOP. BrainPOP has several president videos, and information on political parties and other US history events and ideas. Log in info: username: balbaugh_stu password: albaugh
For MLA citations - remember to keep track of as much information from a website that you can. This is a link to the basics of what you should keep track of to cite your electronic sources properly.