Museum Visitors

Museum Visitors

The museum includes photographs and historical memorabilia from the Carter presidency (1977 - 1981).

Archival Research

Archival Research

Archivists can provide reference services for the unique historical material available for research in the Library's holdings.

Educator and Kids


Quality educational materials and experiences for students, educators, and the public.

The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum in Atlanta, Georgia houses U.S. President Jimmy Carter's papers and other material relating to the Carter Administration and the Carter family's life.


    • Professional Learning With The Presidential Libraries
      Education - Teacher Resources EducationEducation - Professional Development October 6, 2021-December 1, 2021

      The Carter Library is proud to join the Hoover and Truman Libraries in support of the University of Central Florida Lou Frey Institute’s Professional Learning With the Presidential Libraries series. These professional development programs will provide educators with lucrative resources to share with their students in understanding how our nation’s highest office has responded to domestic and international crises. To connect with these conversations, please complete the Online Registration Form.

      October 6th, 4:00pm EST

      Join Joshua Montanari, Education Specialist for the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum for his session:

      Going to the Sources: Jimmy Carter and the Camp David Accords

      On September 17, 1978 agreements between Israel and Egypt were signed at Camp David, leading to a peace treaty between the two countries the following year that remains intact today. This webinar will assist educators in contextualizing the circumstances of the Camp David Accords through the lens of U.S. History, American Civics and the primary sources of the Carter Library and National Archives.

      November 3rd, 4:00pm EST

      Join Elizabeth Dinschel, Archivist and Education Specialist for the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library Museum for her session:

      The Bonus March: How to Teach History with a Civics Lesson

      In 1932, World War I veterans boarded freight trains from Portland, Oregon, to Washington, DC, to lobby Congress for early payment of a bonus that was scheduled to be paid in 1945. On July 28th, 1932, the police, and later the military, put down a riot made up of nearly 60,000 Bonus Marchers. This webinar will show how to blend primary sources, historic narrative, and civics into an inquiry arc using the Bonus March.

      December 1st, 4:00pm EST

      Join Mark Adams, Education Director for the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum for his session:

      Presidential Power: Truman and the Steel Crisis

      During the Korean War, President Truman faced a dilemma. The steel industry mill owners and workers could not agree on wages and price controls. A strike seemed inevitable. Truman was concerned that a lack of steel during the Korean War would hinder the war effort. Truman reacted by seizing the steel mills and this led to a constitutional crisis. This event in American history involves all three branches of government and is a case study of presidential overreach.

    • The Contagion Next Time
      October 25, 2021

      Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 7pm

      Dr Sandro Galea, author of “The Contagion Next Time”

      Zoom link: free

      America was in poor health before COVID-19 appeared. Racism, marginalization, socioeconomic inequality—our failure to address these forces left us vulnerable to COVID-19 and the ensuing global health crisis it became. Had we tackled these challenges twenty years ago, after the outbreak of SARS, perhaps COVID-19 could have been quickly contained. Instead, we allowed our systems to deteriorate. Dr Sandro Galea, Dean at the Boston University School of Public Health, shows us what we need to do. He will be in conversation with WABE’s Rose Scott.

    • We Gather Together
      October 25, 2021

      Monday, Nov. 8 at 7pm

      Denise Kiernan, author of We Gather Together

      Zoom link:

      Denise Kiernan brings us a biography of an idea: gratitude, as a compelling human instinct and a global concept, more than just a mere holiday. Spanning centuries, “We Gather Together” is anchored amid the strife of the Civil War, and driven by the fascinating story of Sarah Josepha Hale, a widowed mother with no formal schooling who became one of the 19th century’s most influential tastemakers and who campaigned for decades to make real an annual day of thanks that we call Thanksgiving. Kiernan will be in conversation with author Kate Andersen Brower.


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Carter Presidential Library
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