The museum includes photographs and historical memorabilia from the Carter presidency (1977 - 1981).
Archivists can provide reference services for the unique historical material available for research in the Library's holdings.
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.
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All That Moves Us
Author Programs June 14, 2022-July 16, 2022
Wednesday, July 20th at 7:00 pm
Location: Carter Museum Theater
Pediatric neurosurgeon Jay Wellons discusses his book, All That Moves Us
Free and open to the public
In All That Moves Us, Dr. Jay Wellons pulls back the curtain to reveal the profoundly moving triumphs, haunting complications, and harrowing close calls that characterize the life of a pediatric neurosurgeon, bringing the high-stakes drama of the operating room to life with astonishing candor and honest compassion. Reflecting on lessons learned over twenty-five years and thousands of operations completed on some of the most vulnerable and precious among us, Wellons recounts in gripping detail the moments that have shaped him as a doctor, as a parent, and as the only hope for countless patients whose young lives are in his hands.
- All That Moves Us
The Bill of Rights Workshop for Elementary Educators
Education - Teacher Resources EducationWe Rule Civics For All of USEducation - Professional Development July 19, 2022
Kids have rights! This online workshop will explore how to engage young learners in the active exploration of primary sources that teach about the rights embodied in the Bill of Rights. Register Here
- The Bill of Rights Workshop for Elementary Educators
The Bill of Rights Workshop for Secondary Educators
Education - Teacher Resources EducationWe Rule Civics For All of USEducation - Professional Development July 21, 2022
Participants in this online workshop will study the history of the Bill of Rights by analyzing primary sources. Discussions will focus on how the Bill of Rights was developed into a charter of liberty, and the participants will consider the best ways to incorporate the study of the Bill of Rights in a civic education curriculum. Register Here
- The Bill of Rights Workshop for Secondary Educators