Use the links below to help you in your research. Links are arranged alphabetically.
All of these links will direct you away from the Clinton Library’s website.
Created by the University of California at Santa Barbara this project provides documents relating to the American Presidency. The documents include links to the Public Papers of the Presidents, State of the Union addresses, inaugural addresses, radio addresses, press conferences, executive orders, and much more. The website also contains various statistical data including the Presidents’ relations to Congress, their popularity, and their public appearances; Presidential election data; and an audio/video archive from Presidents Hoover to George W. Bush.
Center for International & Security Studies at Maryland – National Security Council Project
Access Clinton National Security Council oral histories, directives, staff lists, and organizational charts.
The Central Intelligence Agency’s FOIA Reading Room
A collection of documents made available through the Freedom of Information Act and other CIA release programs.
The Foundation formed by President Clinton in 2001 works to strengthen the capacity of governments and individuals to alleviate poverty, improve global health, strengthen economies, and protect the environment.
Clinton School of Public Service – University of Arkansas
On the grounds of the Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service offers a Master of Public Service (MPS) degree.
David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History
The Center, named for former Senator David H. Pryor and his wife Barbara, documents Arkansas history through moving image resources and oral histories.
Department of Defense Online Archives
Resources include: Department of Defense histories, publications, oral histories, annual reports, Quadrennial Defense Reviews, National Security Strategies, National Military Strategies, National Defense Strategies, and more.
Office of the Historian
The Office of the Historian of the State Department website provides links to foreign relation information from 1945-1976, travels of the President (Teddy Roosevelt to Barack Obama), travels of the Secretary of State, visits from foreign heads of state, foreign country information and history, and much more.
Department of State Archived Website 1990-1997
This site, Electronic Research Collections, contains Department of State electronic archives for information on briefings and statements, consular and travel information issues, declassified documents, country and region reports, treaties and legal issues, economic and business issues, and democracy and human rights issues among others.
Department of State Archived Website 1997-2001
This archived website contains information released online from the Department of State from January 1, 1997 to January 20, 2001.
An educational resource for teachers, students, and the public, DocsTeach provides access to primary documents on U.S. History, including maps, photographs, and charts, dating from the 18th century. DocsTeach is sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).
Information on Presidential Libraries
The Office of Presidential Libraries, located in Washington, D.C., is part of the National Archives and administers all 12 presidential libraries located around the country.
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
The National Archives and Records Administration was established to preserve and document governmental and historical records of the USA while providing public access to those documents and records.
The Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States
Presidents’ statements, speeches, remarks, executive orders and press releases officially released by the Office of the Federal Register.
Senate Oral Histories
Senate historians have interviewed individuals with a unique perspective on Senate history from 1976 to the present.
United Nations – Documents
This site includes documents, speeches, press releases, etc. made in the General Assembly and the Security Council as well as the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), the Secretariat, and the International Court of Justice.
University of Arkansas Special Collections – Diane D. Blair Papers
Diane D. Blair (1938 – 2000), friend of Bill and Hillary Clinton, was a political science professor at the University of Arkansas. She was a senior researcher in the 1992 campaign, and served as senior advisor in the 1996 campaign.
University of Virginia’s Miller Center of Public Affairs – The Presidency
The Miller Center’s Presidential Studies comprises oral histories of presidential administrations since Jimmy Carter, and transcriptions of recordings made by Presidents Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon. President Clinton’s are available here.
The Virtual Library of the Clinton Administration
The White House Virtual Library provides a searchable archive of White House documents, including Executive Orders, press briefings, radio addresses and other White House publications released between January 20, 1993 through mid-January, 2001.
White House Transition Interviews
White House staffer interviews from the Richard M. Nixon through William Jefferson Clinton on the transitions between the presidential administrations.
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