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Remembering Ford

Given that most feds have the day off for the national day of mourning, there are some government sites featuring information on former President Gerald Ford.

* FirstGov pulls together some Ford info.
* Check out the Ford presidential library.
* The National Archives, which runs the presidential libraries, pulls together information about the 38th president. It also has a special display here in Washington.
* The Navy highlights Ford's service.
* Did you know that Ford was the only president to serve as a park ranger? Yes, it's true.
* The Library of Congress has a special Ford page, which includes a link to photos and stuff. Check out Ford as The Fonz.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jan 02, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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