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With over thousands of hours of history recorded, relive the moments that defined Nixon’s passionate and powerful presidency at the Nixon Library.

State of the Union 1971

State of the Union 1971

January 22, 1971: President Nixon gives the State of the Union Address.

President Nixon Congratulates #1 College Football Team in America

President Nixon Congratulates #1 College Football Team in America

On January 14, 1971, President Nixon made an appearance at the University of Nebraska to present its football team with …read more

First Lady Pat Nixon in Peru

First Lady Pat Nixon in Peru

June 28, 1970: On June 28, 1970, First Lady Pat Nixon flew to Peru where she aided those who had …read more

The Cambodian Decision

The Cambodian Decision

June 3, 2014: From the United States Information Agency, this film explains the American incursion into Cambodia and includes segments from …read more

President Nixon’s Cambodia Incursion Address

President Nixon’s Cambodia Incursion Address

April 30, 1970: President Nixon announces his plan to eradicate enemy sanctuaries along the Cambodia-South Vietnam border.

President Nixon on Apollo 13

President Nixon on Apollo 13

During a press conference on April 17, 1970, President Nixon remarks on the bravery of the Apollo 13 crew as …read more

State of the Union 1970

State of the Union 1970

January 22, 1970: President Nixon delivers the State of the Union Address.

The Great Silent Majority

The Great Silent Majority

November 3, 1969: President Nixon seeks to answer many of America’s questions regarding the war in Vietnam in this national …read more

Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir at the White House, 1969

Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir at the White House, 1969

September 25, 1969: President Nixon spoke on the South Lawn at the White House where Prime Minister Golda Meir was …read more

President Nixon Unveils the Family Assistance Program

President Nixon Unveils the Family Assistance Program

On August 8, 1969, President Nixon addressed the nation on his administration’s domestic program proposals. The focal point of his address …read more