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Browse Blog - primary sources

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Primary Sources: 100 Milestone Documents


Consolidated access to pivotal diplomatic, legal, and political primary source documents. [...] »

Bookmark This! Gilder Lehrman's History Now


It's all about the American Revolution. [...] »

Hispanic Heritage Month


September 15 marks the independence day for five Latin American countries and the start of Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States. [...] »

Bookmark This! Our Courts Especially for Middle School Students


Is it possible to excite and engage your students in learning about the judicial system? [...] »

Bookmark This! New and Improved Websites and Lesson Plans


Don't miss this new website on the the aftermath of emancipation and new materials on EDSITEment. [...] »

Lincoln Bicentennial: A Teachable Moment (updated February 24)


An ongoing reference to exhibits, events, lectures, reenactments, ceremonies, and other tributes commemorating the significance of Lincoln's life and his presidency during this 200th-year anniversary. [...] »

Teaching Resources for Constitution Day


Constitution Day is September 17. [...] »

Learn About Mexican American History


This website weaves the voices of Mexican Americans into the history curriculum. [...] »

National Museum of American History


On November 21, 2008, the Smithsonian Museum of American History (NMAH) reopens its doors. [...] »

 
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