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Speeches Given by U.S. Presidents A-Z

This speech collection is organized in alphabetical order by last name of the U.S. president, then by year in which the presidential speech was delivered.


 

Adams, John

John Adams - Speech

Inaugural Address
March 4, 1797, delivered at Philadelphia, PA

     
     
     

Bush, George H.W.

George H.W. Bush - Speech

The Liberation of Kuwait
January 16, 1991, broadcast from Washington DC

     
     
     

Bush, George W.

George W. Bush - 9/11 Speech

9/11 Address
September 11, 2001, delivered at Washington DC

Freedom at War With Fear
September 20, 2001, delivered at Washington DC

     
     
     

Carter, Jimmy

Jimmy Carter - Speech

Tribute to Hubert H. Humphrey
December 2, 1977, delivered at Washington DC

Crisis of Confidence
July 15, 1979, broadcast from Washington DC

     
     
     

Clinton, Bill

Bill Clinton - Speech

First Inaugural Address
January 20, 1993, delivered at Washington D.C.

Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial Address
April 23, 1995, delivered at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Second Inaugural Address
January 20, 1997, delivered at Washington D.C.

Even Presidents Have Private Lives
August 17, 1998, delivered at Washington D.C.

     
     
     

Eisenhower, Dwight D.

Dwight D. Eisenhower - Speech

The Chance for Peace
April 15, 1953, delivered at Washington D.C.

Atoms for Peace
December 8, 1953, delivered at New York, NY

Farewell Address
January 17, 1961, delivered at Washington DC

     
     
     

Ford, Gerald R.

Gerald R. Ford - Nixon Pardon Speech 1974

Inaugural Address
August 9, 1974, delivered at Washington DC

The Pardon of Richard Nixon
September 8, 1974, delivered at Washington DC