Audio Files For Wilson, Woodrow

  • Armistice Day - Wilson gives an address from his home on S. Street, Washington D.C. on November 10, 1923 to a gathering of admirers on Armistice Day.

  • Armistice Day - Wilson gives an address from his home on S. Street, Washington D.C. on November 10, 1923 to a gathering of admirers on Armistice Day.

  • Armistice Day - Wilson gives an address from his home on S. Street, Washington D.C. on November 10, 1923 to a gathering of admirers on Armistice Day.

  • Rights of American Indians - Wilson talks about the rights of the American Indians and very optimistically about their living conditions.

  • Rights of American Indians - Wilson talks about the rights of the American Indians and very optimistically about their living conditions.

  • Rights of American Indians - Wilson talks about the rights of the American Indians and very optimistically about their living conditions.

  • Tariffs as a Political and Economic Issue - Wilson speaks on the tariff as a political and economic issue.

  • Tariffs as political and economic issues - Wilson speaks on the tariff as a political and economic issue.

  • Tariffs as political and economic issues - Wilson speaks on the tariff as a political and economic issue.

  • The New Freedom - President of the United States, 1912-1920. Wilson makes a political address during the 1912 Presidential campaign in which he defines the nation's awakening, and speaks about democratic principles and the new freedom.

  • The Third Party - Woodrow Wilson talks about the new Progressive Party, criticizing Theodore Roosevelt and his methods of supporting the small business man.

  • Woodrow Wilson campaign speech - Wilson gives a campaign speech in which he talks about the interests of labor and compares his views with those of the third party.