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

Educators/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.

EVENTS & EXHIBITS

    • Larry Smith - “Six Words: Fresh Off The Boat”
      Author Programs May 23, 2018

      Lecture/Booksigning

      Carter Presidential Library & Museum

      Free and Open to the Public

      “Fresh Off the Boat” is one of Larry Smith’s successful Six-Word Memoirs . This one focuses on stories of immigration, identity, and coming to America. It could not be more timely.

    • John Crocker - “Following Fifi”
      Author Programs May 30, 2018

      Lecture/Booksigning

      Carter Presidential Library & Museum

      Free and Open to the Public

      As a young student, John Crocker embarked on the adventure of a lifetime, spending eight months in the Gombe forest working with Jane Goodall. He followed families of wild chimpanzees from sunrise to sunset and learned the fundamental behavioral traits of these chimps as they raised their offspring. “Following Fifi” raises thought-provoking questions about the evolution of human behavior, the importance of patience and strong family bonds, and provides a greater understanding of what it means to be human.

    • Keri Leigh Merritt - “Masterless Men: Poor Whites and Slavery in the Antebellum South”
      Author Programs June 5, 2018

      Lecture/Booksigning

      Carter Presidential Library & Museum

      Free and Open to the Public

      Though impoverished whites were never subjected to the daily violence and degrading humiliations of racial slavery, they did suffer tangible socio-economic consequences as a result of living in a slave society. ​ Historian Keri​ Leigh Merritt examines how these ‘masterless’ men and women threatened the existing Southern hierarchy and ultimately helped push Southern slaveholders toward secession and civil war.

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