Google Arts and Culture now loaded with decades of awesome U.S. history
This Presidents’ Day, you can take a step back in time and learn about our former Commanders-in-Chief thanks to a handy new feature from Google.
Google Arts and Culture has partnered with institutions, libraries and museums across the United States to deliver presidential media directly on our screens. Some of the displays are definitely catered to the history buffs, like an exhibit of significant events in the path toward American democracy. But other sections can be enjoyed by casual observers, like the gallery of presidential pets.
Did you know that Theodore Roosevelt kept a lion cub, a bear, an antelope, a wallaby and a bobcat in the White House, alongside dogs and cats? Neither did we. Read more…