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Teaching About Haiti


Why is the history of Haiti and of America's relationship with that country important today? [...] »

Teaching About Dr. Martin Luther King


A day of service, commemoration, and evaluation. [...] »

The People Speak: To Zinn or Not to Zinn


Howard Zinn is controversial and he makes students think. [...] »

Primary Sources, Historical Reenactments, and Twitter


A new approach to leading your students through primary sources. [...] »

Bookmark This! World War II Interactive Collection: Free From Footnote (December only)


Digitized primary resources on World War II—free access during December! [...] »

Thanksgiving: The Real Backstory


Historians dispute the date of the first Thanksgiving. Is there a definite time and place? [...] »

Bookmark This! Google Scholar: Finding the Laws that Govern Us


Search for federal and state district, appellate and supreme court opinions—full-text and related cases. [...] »

Bookmark This! History and Headlines


This online magazine brings the perspective of history to today's events. [...] »

Teaching the Cuban Missile Crisis


Teaching about the Cuban Missile Crisis generally begins with the political and diplomatic perspective. [...] »

Bring "The National Parks: America's Best Idea" into the Classroom


The new PBS film series talks about fascinating people and places we often don't pay attention to. [...] »

 
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