Society History By Region North America United States Presidents Wilson, Thomas Woodrow Speeches and Writings
This category houses historical documents penned by Woodrow Wilson, including private letters, public documents, and speeches.
The First Lusitania Note to Germany
Sent after the May 7, 1915, sinking of the Lusitania by a German submarine, with a loss of more than 1,100 passengers and crew, including 124 Americans.
President Wilson's Declaration of Neutrality
Congressional address in which Wilson said the U.S. must remain neutral in the conflict that would become World War I.
President Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points
World War I speech delivered in Joint Session, January 8, 1918, in which Wilson enunciated what he considered the basic premises of a just and lasting peace.
Thomas Woodrow Wilson
Short biography from Infoplease.com.
Woodrow Wilson: First Inaugural Address
Complete text of first speech given Tuesday, March 4, 1913. Includes background information.
Woodrow Wilson: Second Inaugural Address
Complete text of first speech given Monday, March 5, 1917. Includes background information.
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