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Lynne Cheney hosts Constitution Day 2004 "Telling America’s Story," with 200 third grade students from Fairfax County Public Schools at Gunston Hall Plantation, the historic home of George Mason, in Mason Neck, Va., Friday, Sept. 17, 2004. This year's Constitution Day highlights Founding Father George Mason, who did not sign the U.S. Constitution 217 years ago because it lacked a bill of rights. White House photo by Tina Hager.
Lynne Cheney hosts Constitution Day 2004 "Telling America’s Story," with 200 third grade students from Fairfax County Public Schools at Gunston Hall Plantation, the historic home of George Mason, in Mason Neck, Va., Friday, Sept. 17, 2004. This year's Constitution Day highlights Founding Father George Mason, who did not sign the U.S. Constitution 217 years ago because it lacked a bill of rights.


Lynne V. Cheney Remarks

Remarks by Lynne V. Cheney, National Hispanic Leadership Summit, July 13, 2004
 
Mrs. Cheney Hosts "Ask the White House", June 18, 2003
"Service: An Enduring American Strength" -- United Way Summit on Women in Philanthropy, Atlanta, GA, May 16, 2003
 
"Family Stories" - Washington, DC, May 5, 2003
 
"Constitution Day" - Fairfax County (VA) Public Library, Sept. 17, 2002
 
“Why History Shouldn't Be a Mystery” – National Press Club, July 2, 2002
 
“Teaching for Freedom” – Princeton University, Nov. 29, 2001
 
“Women and the West” -- National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 2, 2001
 
“Teaching Our Children About America” – Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, Dallas, Texas, Oct. 5, 2001
 
Lynne Cheney Biography Lynne V. Cheney has spent much of her professional life writing and speaking about the importance of knowing history and teaching it well.
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Vice President Residence Tour
Join Lynne Cheney as she takes you on a personal tour of the Vice President's Residence.

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Easter Egg Roll 2003
Mrs. Cheney hosted the 2003 White House Easter Egg Roll and was joined by U.S. military families from all branches.
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The Constitution
Lynne Cheney, the wife of Vice President Dick Cheney, celebrated the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787.
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Number One Observatory Circle
The house was "taken over" in 1974 when Congress turned "Number One Observatory Circle" into the official residence of the Vice President.
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