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Of the People: Art and History of the White House

Of the People: Live from the White House, took students to Washington, D.C. for a behind-the-scenes look at the art and history of the magnificent residence that our nation's Presidents and their families have called home for over 200 years. White House curator William Allman described priceless artifacts from the White House and the stories behind them. He also answered students' questions from around the country. 

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About the Of the People Event Series

Broadcast live from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Of the People: Live from the White House, will take students to Washington, D.C. for a behind-the-scenes look at the people, places and issues that shape and inform our world.
 
Hosted by students and featuring White House personnel, this Virtual Field Trip series transports young learners beyond the walls of their classrooms to inquire, explore and discover.

 

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