Links for The President's House
Park Service Resources
City of Philadelphia Resources
Ad Hoc Historians Press Packet 9/03
Archaeology for the public from the Society for American Archaeology
ATAC Avenging the Ancestors Coalition A broad-based coalition of African historians, activists, attorneys, elected officials, religious leaders, media personalities, and other tax-paying voters formed in response to the President's House controversy.
The Devil in the (Liberty Bell's) Belfry [PDF An address presented by Richard Rabinowitz at the MARCH Forum on the President's House controversy, May 16, 2003]
Frontline Report: The Private Lives of George Washington's Slaves by Mary V. Thompson, a research specialist at Mt. Vernon
Kelly/Maiello, Architects & Planners, Inc.
The Liberty Bell on ushistory.org
Ona, Runaway Slave of George Washington During May of 1796, Ona Judge Staines, a slave belonging to the First Family, escaped from the Philadelphia house.
The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography
Philadelphia Inquirer Extensive coverage of the archaeological dig and discussion of discoveries, challenges, and issues
The President's House Site Marker
Representing Slavery: A Roundtable Discussion by Karen E. Sutton. "The challenge of representing eighteenth-century black chattel slavery is to strike a balance between being truthful and being tasteful..."
Robert Morris whose house this was.
Slave Lists from The Papers of George Washington
Slavery in Pennsylvania
WHYY Radio has a series of streaming archives of their radio programs relating to the President's House
Blogs, Newsgroups, Newsletters
Websites of the Semi-Finalists