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Visiting History: A Guide for Professional Development


Summer's around the corner . . . time to go visiting history! [...] »

Joe Jelen: Old Newspapers Find a Home in New Technology


Newspapers are alive and well in the U.S. history classroom. [...] »

An Ear for the Past: The National Jukebox


Catchy primary sources? You bet! With the Library of Congress's National Jukebox, get your students humming history. [...] »

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month 2011


Scratch the surface of Asian Pacific American history this May, and keep digging. [...] »

Joe Jelen on the New York Public Library Digital Gallery


This digitized photographs contained in this collection can be incorporated into lesson plans in a variety of exciting ways. [...] »

Presidents in the Library


Happy Presidents Day! What better place to turn to for presidential history resources than libraries dedicated to the presidents? [...] »

Patents as Primary Sources


Patents as primary sources? These documents can give your students clues to development of U.S. science, technology, business, and social concerns. [...] »

The Smithsonian Commons: Vast, Findable, Shareable, Free


Chime in on the development of the Smithsonian's newest resource. [...] »

Teaching about Vietnam


The topic is broad and multifaceted; online materials abound. [...] »

Teaching African American History: Do We Still Need a Black History Month?


Black History Month is as important now as when Carter Woodson first thought of it. [...] »

 
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