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 Barack Obama - The 56th Inauguration of the 44th President - January 20, 2009
January 20, 2009

Inauguration Day Schedule and Inauguration Timeline of Events

Official Ceremonies of the 56th Inauguration of the 44th President


The inaugural ceremonies and festivities begin in Washington, DC at 10 AM (EST).

- Gates to the Inaugural Ceremony open at 8 a.m. The inaugural festivities are scheduled to start at 10 a.m. on the West
Front of the U.S. Capitol. They will include:

- Musical selections of US Marine Band, followed by the San Francisco Boys Chorus and the San Francisco Girls Chorus.
- Sen. Dianne Feinstein provides call to order and welcoming remarks.
- Invocation by the Rev. Rick Warren.
- Musical selection of Aretha Franklin.
- Biden will be sworn into office by Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.
- Musical selection of John Williams, composer/arranger with Itzhak Perlman, Yo-Yo Ma, Gabriela Montero and Anthony McGill.
- Obama will take the Oath of Office, using President Lincoln's Inaugural Bible, administered by Chief Justice John Roberts.
- Obama gives the inaugural address (Complete Inauguration Speech Text).
- Poem by Elizabeth Alexander.
- Benediction by Rev. Joseph E. Lowery.
- The National Anthem by The United States Navy Band "Sea Chanters."
- After Obama gives inaugural address, he escorts outgoing President Bush to a departure ceremony before attending a luncheon.
- The 56th Inaugural Parade will then make its way down Pennsylvania Avenue from the Capitol to the White House.

Later that day, The Presidential Inaugural Committee will host 10 official inaugural balls:

- Neighborhood Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center.
- Obama Home States (Illinois and Hawaii) Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center.
- Biden Home States (Pennsylvania and Delaware) Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center.
- Midwest Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center.
- Mid-Atlantic Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center.
- Western Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center.
- Commander in Chief's Ball at the National Building Museum.
- Southern Inaugural Ball at the National Guard Armory.
- Eastern Inaugural Ball at Union Station.
- Youth Inaugural Ball at the Washington Hilton.

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21 - The President, Vice president, and their families will participate in a service at the National Cathedral.

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Inauguration Day - Photo and News Timeline - January 20, 2009
Early morning crowds fill the National Mall around the Washington Monument down to the Lincoln Memorial. Early morning crowds fill the National Mall around the Washington Monument down to the Lincoln Memorial. Early morning crowds fill the National Mall around the Washington Monument down to the Lincoln Memorial.
Early morning crowds fill the National Mall around the Washington Monument down to the Lincoln Memorial.
Security forces perform a sweep of Pennsylvania Avenue prior to Obama's Inauguration Parade. Early morning crowds fill the National Mall around the Washington Monument down to the Lincoln Memorial. The sun rises on the US Capitol as the world prepares for the inauguration of Barack Obama. Early morning crowds meander in the National Mall in preparation of Obama's inauguration ceremonies. Reporters settle into camera stand near the Capitol Building the early morning hours in readiness for ceremonies.
Security does a sweep of Pennsylvania Avenue as crowds head to National Mall and reporters settle into camera stand.
Michelle and Barack Obama leave Blair House for limousine to St. John's Episcopal Church across from the White House. Michelle and Barack Obama arrive at St. John's Episcopal Church across from the White House. Michelle and Barack Obama meet with Reverend Luis Leon at St. John's Church across from the White House.
Michelle and Barack Obama leave Blair House for limousine to St. John's Episcopal Church across from the White House.
Michelle and Barack Obama leave Blair House for limousine to St. John's Episcopal Church across from the White House. Michelle and Barack Obama arrive at St. John's Episcopal Church across from the White House. US Secret Service agent cleans the glass at podium at the Capitol Building in preparation for Obama's inauguration. Michelle and Barack Obama meet with Reverend Luis Leon at St. John's Church across from the White House Barack Obama winks as he leaves Blair House for limousine to St. John's Episcopal Church across from the White House.
Michelle and Barack Obama arrive at St. John's Episcopal Church across from the White House. Michelle and Barack Obama meet with Reverend Luis Leon at St. John's Church across from the White House
Michelle and Barack Obama meet with Reverend Luis Leon at St. John's Church while secret service agent details Obama podium.
Crowds of between 2-3 million expected, making Obama's inauguration the largest in US history. Crowds of between 2-3 million expected, making Obama's inauguration the largest in US history.
Crowds estimated at 2 million made Obama's inauguration the largest Washington crowd in history.
Satellite images show the huge crowds in front of the Capitol Building on January 20 2009, Barack Obama attracts a huge crowd on Capitol Hill for his Presidential Inauguration. Satellite images show the crowds around the Washington Monument on January 20, 2009.
Click on map for a larger image. Map of US Capitol Area for Inauguration Ceremony of President Barack Obama. The inauguration of President Barack Obama. President Barack Obama and his first 111 days as the 44th President. Begins with Barack Obama's Inauguration on January 20, 2009. Includes Obama news and Obama photos. Obama111.com - The 56th Presidential Inauguration and the first 111 days of the 44th US President.
Satellite images show the crowds in front of the Capitol Building, the Washington monument and the National Mall on January 20, 2009.
Satellite Images show the crowds in front of the Capitol Building, the Washington Monument and the National Mall.
The official Inauguration Ceremonies Map (center). Click on map for a larger image.
John McCain, Oprah Winfrey, Colin Powell, and other important personalities, politicians, and celebrities arrive for inauguration. John McCain, Oprah Winfrey, Colin Powell, and other important personalities, politicians, and celebrities arrive for inauguration. John McCain, Oprah Winfrey, Colin Powell, and other important personalities, politicians, and celebrities arrive for inauguration.
John McCain, Oprah Winfrey, Colin Powell, and other important personalities, politicians, and celebrities arrive for inauguration.
John McCain, Oprah Winfrey, Colin Powell, and other important personalities, politicians, and celebrities arrive for inauguration. Aside from Oprah, other notables spotted include Dustin Hoffman, Jesse Jackson, Jay-Z, Beyonce, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Aside from Oprah, other notables spotted include Dustin Hoffman, Jesse Jackson, Jay-Z, Beyonce, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Aside from Oprah, other notables spotted include Dustin Hoffman, Jesse Jackson, Jay-Z, Beyonce, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Aside from Oprah, other notables spotted include Dustin Hoffman, Jesse Jackson, Jay-Z, Beyonce, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Aside from Oprah, other notables spotted include Dustin Hoffman, Jesse Jackson, Jay-Z, Beyonce, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
John McCain and Ted Kennedy attended Inauguration John McCain and Ted Kennedy attended Inauguration John McCain and Ted Kennedy attended Inauguration, as did VP Dick Cheney, who was wheelchair bound due to back injury. John McCain and Ted Kennedy attended Inauguration Celebs_TedKennedy_AP.jpg (21081 bytes)
John McCain and Ted Kennedy attended Inauguration, as did VP Dick Cheney, who was wheelchair bound due to back injury.
George and Laura Bush meet Michelle and Barack Obama at the North Portico of the White House prior to ceremonies. George W. Bush gives Michelle Obama a kiss at the South Portico of the White House prior to inauguration ceremonies.
George and Laura Bush meet Michelle and Barack Obama at the South Portico of the White House prior to ceremonies.
Choir sings on the west front of the Capitol. Barack and Michelle Obama leave the White House and depart for Inaugural Ceremonies at the Capitol building. Barack and Michelle Obama leave the White House and depart for Inaugural Ceremonies at the Capitol building.

President Bush and VP Dick Cheney watch Obama take the Oath of Office.
Barack and Michelle Obama leave the White House and depart for Inaugural Ceremonies at the Capitol building. Barack and Michelle Obama leave the White House and depart for Inaugural Ceremonies at the Capitol building.
Aretha Franklin sings My Country Tis of Thee at Obama Inauguration. Barack and Michelle Obama leave the White House and depart for Inaugural Ceremonies at the Capitol building. Barack and Michelle Obama leave the White House and depart for Inaugural Ceremonies at the Capitol building.
Barack and Michelle Obama leave the White House and depart for Inaugural Ceremonies at the Capitol building.
Michelle Obama arrives for ceremonies with Lincoln's 1861 bible. Barack Obama arrives for swearing-in ceremony. Barack Obama arrives for his swearing in ceremony. Michelle Obama arrives for ceremonies with Lincoln's 1861 bible. Barack Obama arrives for swearing-in ceremony.
Michelle Obama arrives for ceremonies with Lincoln's 1861 bible. Barack Obama arrives for swearing in ceremony (middle).
Music by John Williams with Itzhak Perlman, and Yo-Yo Ma. Invocation by the Reverend Rick Warren prior to Oath of Office.
Invocation by the Reverend Rick Warren prior to Oath of Office. Music by John Williams with Itzhak Perlman, and Yo-Yo Ma.

Read the full text if the Invocation by Reverend Rick Warren.
Watch the Official White House YouTube of the Inauguration Invocation by Reverend Rick Warren
Watch the Official White House YouTube of the Inauguration Invocation by Reverend Rick Warren.Photo: Invocation by the Reverend Rick Warren prior to Oath of Office.
Watch the Official White House YouTube of Aretha Franklin at the Presidential Inauguration
Watch the Official White House YouTube of Aretha Franklin at the Presidential Inauguration. Photo: Aretha Franklin sings My Country Tis of Thee at Obama Inauguration.
Michelle Obama holds Lincoln Bible from 1861 Inauguration for swearing-in ceremony of President Barack Obama. Michelle Obama holds Lincoln Bible from 1861 Inauguration for swearing-in ceremony of President Barack Obama.
Michelle Obama holds Lincoln bible from 1861 Inauguration for swearing-in ceremony of President Barack Obama.
Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. swears in Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States. Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. swears in Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States. Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. swears in Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States. Michelle Obama holds Lincoln Bible from 1861 Inauguration for swearing in ceremony of President Barack Obama. Michelle Obama holds Lincoln Bible from 1861 Inauguration for swearing in ceremony of President Barack Obama.
Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. swears in Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States. Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. swears in Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States. Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. swears in Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States.
Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. swears in Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States.
Justice Roberts misplaced the word "faithfully" in the oath and did a re-swearing in at the White House on January 21, 2009.
Barack Obama is congratulated by Senator Feinstein, George W. Bush, and Vice President Joe Biden after oath. Barack Obama is congratulated by President George W. Bush after oath. 1_A_Hand_TakeOath_Reuters.jpg (10082 bytes) Barack Obama is congratulated by President George W. Bush after oath. Barack Obama is congratulated by President George W. Bush after oath.
Barack Obama is congratulated by Senator Feinstein, George W. Bush, and Vice President Joe Biden after oath. Bush and Cheney watch as Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. swears in Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States. Michelle Obama holds Lincoln Bible from 1861 Inauguration for swearing in ceremony of President Barack Obama. Barack Obama is congratulated by President George W. Bush after oath. Barack Obama is congratulated by President George W. Bush after oath.
Barack Obama is congratulated by Senator Feinstein, George W. Bush, and Vice President Joe Biden after oath on Lincoln bible.
Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural address in front millions in Washington and millions more on worldwide TV. Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural address in front millions in Washington and millions more on worldwide TV. Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural address in front millions in Washington and millions more on worldwide TV.
Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural address in front millions in Washington and millions more on worldwide TV.
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Inaugural Address - President Barack Obama

I stand here today humbled by the task before us, grateful for the trust you have
bestowed, mindful of the sacrifices borne by our ancestors. I thank
President Bush
for his service to our nation, as well as the generosity and cooperation he has
shown throughout this transition.

Forty-four Americans have now taken the presidential oath. The words have been
spoken during rising tides of prosperity and the still waters of peace. Yet, every so
often the oath is taken amidst gathering clouds and raging storms.

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Watch the Official White House YouTube of the Presidential Oath of Office and Inaugural Address.
Watch the Official White House YouTube of the Presidential Oath of Office Given by Justice Roberts and the Inaugural Address. Photo: Michelle Obama holds Lincoln Bible from 1861 Inauguration for swearing in ceremony of President Barack Obama.
Barack Obama delivers a powerful 18 minute speech declaring change will happen immediately but results may not be quick. Barack Obama delivers a powerful 18 minute speech declaring change will happen immediately but results may not be quick. Barack Obama delivers a powerful 18 minute speech declaring change will happen immediately but results may not be quick. Barack Obama delivers a powerful 18 minute speech declaring change will happen immediately but results may not be quick. Barack Obama delivers a powerful 18 minute speech declaring change will happen immediately but results may not be quick.
Barack Obama delivers a powerful 18 minute speech declaring change will happen immediately but results may not be quick.
Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural Address in front of millions. Many watched from over over two miles away. Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural Address in front of millions. Many watched from over over two miles away.
Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural Address in front of millions. Many watched from over over two miles away.
After Oath of Office by John Roberts, President Barack Obama delivers a rousing speech on Capitol Hill in his first speech as US President. President Barack Obama delivers a rousing speech on Capitol Hill in his first speech as US President. President Barack Obama delivers a rousing speech on Capitol Hill in his first speech as US President. President Barack Obama delivers a rousing speech on Capitol Hill in his first speech as US President. President Barack Obama delivers a rousing speech on Capitol Hill in his first speech as US President.
President Barack Obama delivers a rousing speech on Capitol Hill in his first speech as US President.
President Barack Obama delivers a rousing speech on Capitol Hill in his first speech as US President.
Barack Obama's daughters and President George W. Bush congratulate Obama after his Inaugural speech. Barack Obama's daughters and President George W. Bush congratulate Obama after his Inaugural speech. Barack Obama's daughters and President George W. Bush congratulate Obama after his Inaugural speech. Barack Obama's daughters and President George W. Bush congratulate Obama after his Inaugural speech. Barack Obama's daughters and President George W. Bush congratulate Obama after his Inaugural speech.
Barack Obama's daughters and President George W. Bush congratulate Obama after his Inaugural speech.
Watch the Official White House YouTube of the Benediction at the Inauguration of the President
Watch the Official White House YouTube of the Benediction at the Inauguration of the President
After Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural Address he sings the Star Spangled Banner, then escorts Bush to helicopter. After Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural Address he sings the Star Spangled Banner, then escorts Bush to helicopter. After Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural Address he sings the Star Spangled Banner, then escorts Bush to helicopter. After Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural Address he sings the Star Spangled Banner, then escorts Bush to helicopter. After Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural Address he sings the Star Spangled Banner, then escorts Bush to helicopter.
After Barack Obama delivers his Inaugural Address he sings the Star Spangled Banner, then escorts Bush to helicopter.
Barack and Michelle Obama escort George and Laura Bush to their waiting helicopter for a flight to Andrews Air Base. Barack and Michelle Obama escort George and Laura Bush to their waiting helicopter for a flight to Andrews Air Base. Bush helicopter leaves Inauguration.Barack and Michelle Obama escort George and Laura Bush to their waiting helicopter for a flight to Andrews Air Base. Barack and Michelle Obama escort George and Laura Bush to their waiting helicopter for a flight to Andrews Air Base. George and Laura Bush say goodbye from helicopter on a flight to Andrews Air Base.
Barack and Michelle Obama escort George and Laura Bush to their waiting helicopter for a flight to Andrews Air Base.
Barack and Michelle Obama escort George and Laura Bush to their waiting helicopter for a flight to Andrews Air Base. Barack and Michelle Obama, and Joe and Jill Biden say farewell to George and Laura Bush at Capitol Hill. Barack and Michelle Obama escort George and Laura Bush to their waiting helicopter for a flight to Andrews Air Base. Barack and Michelle Obama, and Joe and Jill Biden say farewell to George and Laura Bush at Capitol Hill. Bush helicopter leaves Inauguration.Barack and Michelle Obama escort George and Laura Bush to their waiting helicopter for a flight to Andrews Air Base.
Barack and Michelle Obama, and Joe and Jill Biden say farewell to George and Laura Bush at Capitol Hill.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama pray at the Inaugural Luncheon at Statuary Hall at the US Capitol. The first course of the Inauguration Luncheon is be served on replicas of Lincoln china selected by Lincoln's wife Mary Todd Lincoln. Barack Obama received a Lenox crystal bowl as an Inauguration gift on January 20, 2009 in Washington, DC. Click on the image for a larger image. President Barack Obama is introduced by First Lady Michelle Obama at the Inaugural Luncheon at Statuary Hall at the US Capitol. The first course of the Inauguration Luncheon is be served on replicas of Lincoln china selected by Lincoln's wife Mary Todd Lincoln.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama toast at the Inaugural Luncheon at Statuary Hall at the US Capitol. The first course of the Inauguration Luncheon is be served on replicas of Lincoln china selected by Lincoln's wife Mary Todd Lincoln.
The first course of the Inauguration Luncheon was served on replicas of Lincoln china selected by his wife Mary Todd Lincoln. Click on the image for a larger image.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the Inaugural Luncheon at Statuary Hall at the US Capitol.
The first course of the Inauguration Luncheon is served on replicas of Lincoln china selected by Lincoln's wife Mary Todd Lincoln.
George W. Bush glances over the Capitol area from military helicopter as President Obama prepares to lead Inaugural Parade. Under heavy security President Obama's high-tech GM Cadillac limousine leads the Inaugural Parade from the Capitol Building to the White House.
George W. Bush glances over the Capitol area from military helicopter as President Obama prepares to lead Inaugural Parade.
President Obama prepares to lead Inaugural Parade. President Barack Obama leads the Inaugural Parade from the Capitol Building to the White House. President Barack Obama leads the Inaugural Parade from the Capitol Building to the White House. President Barack Obama leads the Inaugural Parade from the Capitol Building to the White House. President Barack Obama leads the Inaugural Parade from the Capitol Building to the White House. President Barack Obama leads the Inaugural Parade from the Capitol Building to the White House.
President Barack Obama leads the Inaugural Parade from the Capitol Building to the White House.
A Police Motorcycle Escort Group rumbles down Pennsylvania Avenue as the Inaugural Parade proceeds to the White House. A Police Motorcycle Escort Group rumbles down the parade route as the Inaugural Parade proceeds to the White House.
A Police Motorcycle Escort Group rumbles down Pennsylvania Avenue as the Inaugural Parade proceeds to the White House.
President Barack Obama leaves his hi-tech Cadillac limousine for a walk down the parade route with First Lady Michelle Obama. President Barack Obama leaves his hi-tech Cadillac limousine for a walk down the parade route with First Lady Michelle Obama. President Barack Obama leaves his hi-tech Cadillac limousine for a walk down the parade route with First Lady Michelle Obama.
President Barack Obama leaves his hi-tech Cadillac limousine for a walk down the parade route with First Lady Michelle Obama.
Vice President Joe Biden and Second Lady Jill Biden enjoy their time with thousands of supporters along the parade route. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama enjoy their time with thousands of supporters along the parade route. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama enjoy their time with thousands of supporters along the parade route. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama enjoy their time with thousands of supporters along the parade route. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama enjoy their time with thousands of supporters along the parade route.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama enjoy their time with thousands of supporters along the parade route. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama enjoy their time with thousands of supporters along the parade route.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama enjoy their time with thousands of supporters along the parade route.
Secret Service agents stay close to the President and the First Lady on their walk down Pennsylvania Avenue. Secret Service agents stay close to the President and the First Lady on their walk down Pennsylvania Avenue.
Secret Service agents stay close to the President and the First Lady on their walk down Pennsylvania Avenue.
The presidential family arrives at the reviewing stand in front of the White House to watch the Inaugural Parade. The US Military Honor Guard, in revolutionary attire, are one of many military marching bands in the Inaugural Parade.
The presidential family arrives at the reviewing stand in front of the White House to watch the Inaugural Parade.
President Obama gestures as representatives from his home state of Hawaii go by the Presidential review stand. The US Military Honor Guard, in revolutionary attire, are one of many military marching bands in the Inaugural Parade. President Obama gestures as representatives from his home state of Hawaii go by the Presidential review stand.
President Obama gestures as representatives from his home state of Hawaii go by the Presidential review stand.
The US Military Honor Guard, in revolutionary attire, are one of many military marching bands in the Inaugural Parade. 
First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama enjoy the parade with family and friends. The US Military Honor Guard, in revolutionary attire, are one of many military marching bands in the Inaugural Parade.
First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama enjoy the parade with family and friends.
Officers of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) salute the President as his motorcade passes by the Canadian Embassy. Onlookers watch the Presidential Inauguration Parade from the top of the Canadian Embassy. Montana Crow nation members parade by the Presidential review stand. Onlookers watch the Presidential Inauguration Parade from the top of the Canadian Embassy. Cowboys on horse parade by the Presidential review stand.
Officers of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) salute the President as his motorcade passes by the Canadian Embassy. The US Military Honor Guard, in revolutionary attire, are one of many military marching bands in the Inaugural Parade. Officers of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) enjoy the Inaugural parade as it passes by the Canadian Embassy.
Officers of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) salute the President as his motorcade passes by the Canadian Embassy.
Cowboys, Montana Crow nation members, and Revolutionary War bands parade by the Presidential review stand.
First Lady Michelle Obama at the Youth Inaugural Ball at the Washington Hilton. In the final hours of January 20/09 Barack and Michelle attended Inaugural Balls.
The Presidential Inaugural Committee hosted 10 official Inaugural Balls:

- Neighborhood Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center.
- Obama Home States (Illinois / Hawaii) Inaugural Ball at the Washington CC.
- Biden Home States (Penn. / Delaware) Inaugural Ball at the Washington CC.
- Midwest Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center.
- Mid-Atlantic Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center.
- Western Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center.
- Commander in Chief's Ball at the National Building Museum.
- Southern Inaugural Ball at the National Guard Armory.
- Eastern Inaugural Ball at Union Station.
- Youth Inaugural Ball at the Washington Hilton.
President Barack Obama at the Youth Inaugural Ball at the Washington Hilton.
The President and First Lady begin their night of Inaugural Balls at the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball at the Convention Center. The President and First Lady begin their night of Inaugural Balls at the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball at the Convention Center. The President and First Lady begin their night of Inaugural Balls at the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball at the Convention Center.
The President and First Lady begin their night of Inaugural Balls at the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball at the Convention Center.
Beyonce performs for Barack and Michelle Obama at the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball. Beyonce performs for Barack and Michelle Obama at the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball. The President and First Lady begin their night of Inaugural Balls at the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball at the Convention Center. The President and First Lady begin their night of Inaugural Balls at the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball at the Convention Center.
President Obama and the First Lady at the Obama Home States (Illinois and Hawaii) Inaugural Ball. The Obamas join Vice President Biden and Second Lady Jill Biden at the Biden Home States (Penn. and Delaware) Inaugural Ball. President Obama and the First Lady at the Obama Home States (Illinois and Hawaii) Inaugural Ball.
Beyonce performs for Barack and Michelle Obama at the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball and then the Obamas move on
to the Obama Home States (Illinois and Hawaii) Inaugural Ball.
The Obamas join Vice President Biden and Second Lady Jill Biden at the Biden Home States (Penn. and Delaware) Inaugural Ball. The Obamas dance at the Biden Home States (Penn. and Delaware) Inaugural Ball. The Obamas dance at the Biden Home States (Penn. and Delaware) Inaugural Ball. First Lady Michelle Obama glows in her inaugural gown at the Biden Home States (Penn. and Delaware) Inaugural Ball. The Obamas dance at the Biden Home States (Penn. and Delaware) Inaugural Ball.
The Obamas join Vice President Biden and Second Lady Jill Biden at the Biden Home States (Penn. and Delaware) Inaugural Ball.
The President and First Lady arrive at the Midwestern Regional Inaugural Ball. The President and First Lady dance at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Inaugural Ball. The President and First Lady dance at the Western States Inaugural Ball.
The President and First Lady leave the Mid-Atlantic Regional Inaugural Ball.
On to the ... Midwestern Regional Inaugural Ball, Mid-Atlantic Regional Inaugural Ball, and the Western States Inaugural Ball.
President Obama salutes at the Commander In Chiefs Inaugural Ball at the National Building Museum in Washington. First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama wow the cameras and attendees as they dance on the Presidential Seal at the Commander In Chiefs Inaugural Ball at the National Building Museum in Washington.
First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama wow the cameras and attendees as they dance on the
Presidential Seal at the Commander In Chiefs Inaugural Ball at the National Building Museum in Washington.
President Obama dances with US Army Sgt. Margaret Herrera. First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama wow the cameras and attendees as they dance on the Presidential Seal at the Commander In Chiefs Inaugural Ball at the National Building Museum in Washington. First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama wow the cameras and attendees as they dance on the Presidential Seal at the Commander In Chiefs Inaugural Ball at the National Building Museum in Washington. First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama leave the Commander In Chiefs Inaugural Ball at the National Building Museum in Washington. First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama wow the cameras and attendees as they dance on the Presidential Seal at the Commander In Chiefs Inaugural Ball at the National Building Museum in Washington.
First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama wow the cameras and attendees as they dance on the Presidential Seal at the Commander In Chiefs Inaugural Ball at the National Building Museum in Washington. President Obama speaks to the crowd at the Commander In Chiefs Inaugural Ball at the National Building Museum in Washington.
President Obama speaks to the crowd and dances with the First Lady then later dances with US Army Sgt. Margaret Herrera.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the Southern Regional Inaugural Ball at the National Guard Armory. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the Southern Regional Inaugural Ball at the National Guard Armory. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hold hands at the Southern Regional Inaugural Ball at the National Guard Armory. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama kiss at the Eastern Inaugural Ball at Union Station.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the Southern Regional Inaugural Ball at the National Guard Armory. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the Eastern Inaugural Ball at Union Station. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama kiss at the Eastern Inaugural Ball at Union Station.
President Barack Obama speaks at the Eastern Inaugural Ball at Union Station.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama end their evening at the Southern Regional Inaugural Ball at the
National Guard Armory, the Eastern Inaugural at
Union Station, and the Youth Inaugural Ball at the Washington Hilton.
On January 20/09 at 12 PM (EST) the White House web site was changed to President Barack Obama. President George W. bush leaves a folder in the Oval Office of the White house: A note from Bush to Obama reads: From 43 to 44.
In the early hours of January 21 the sun rises on the White House reflecting a new era of change and hope. Click on White House Photo for a large image. On January 20, 2009 at 12 PM (EST) the White House web site was changed to President Barack Obama. In the early hours of January 21 the sun rises on the White House reflecting a new era of change and hope.
On January 20/09 at 12 PM (EST) the White House web site was changed to President Barack Obama (right).
President George W. bush leaves a folder in the Oval Office of the White house: A note reads: From 43 to 44 (left).
In the early hours of January 21 the sun rises on the White House reflecting a new era of change and hope (bottom).
President Barack Obama and family inspect the 1861 Lincoln Bible after the swearing-in ceremony on Capitol Hill on January 20, 2009. President-elect Barack Obama and Vice President-elect Joe Biden appear on Barack Obama's web site banner. The Inauguration of the 44th President on January, 20, 2009 in Washington, DC.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the Southern Regional Inaugural Ball at the National Guard Armory.
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