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More Resources for Teaching about Elections

Online resources help integrate elections into history and social studies curriculum. [...] »

Learn About Mexican American History

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

Objects and Memory: Making Sense of Catastrophe

What is it about a piece of paper, an ID card, or a teddy bear that evokes powerful memories? [...] »

Teaching 9/11

The Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) will sponsor two webcasts on what students should know about 9/11. [...] »

National Museum of American History

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

Bringing National Parks into the Classroom

The National Park Service offers traveling exhibits, media-on-loan, and in-class speakers. [...] »

Teaching about Presidential Elections

A wealth of historical material exists on the web to support teaching about presidential elections. [...] »

Picturing America: Round Two

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) recently announced that a second round of applications for Picturing America would be accepted online through October 31, 2008. [...] »

Organization of American Historians: Highlights of the August Newsletter

A report from the Third Annual Teaching American History (TAH) Symposium and a discussion of how donors shape museum exhibits are among newsletter highlights. [...] »

From Medieval Europe to Colonial America

What did Colonial America and Medieval Europe have in common? [...] »

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