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Bookmark This! Teacher Resources at the Library of Congress


The Library of Congress expedites educator access to primary sources and professional development. [...] »

When Did July 4 Become the Fourth of July?


Even Thomas Jefferson got his dates mixed up. [...] »

John Brown, Harpers Ferry, Students, History and Technology


Middle school students interpret history at Harpers Ferry. [...] »

Summer Reading: Clearinghouse Staff Recommendations, Part I


Clearinghouse staff recommend books for summer reading. [...] »

The Supreme Court: Connections Between Past and Present


The judicial system is perhaps the least understood and most complicated among the three branches of U.S. government to explain and to teach. [...] »

Bookmark This! Beneath the Surface of Wikipedia


A tool for teaching analytical thinking or classroom pariah? [...] »

Resources: Asian Pacific American Heritage Month


The term Asian Pacific American covers millions of people, thousands of cultures, and dozens of countries. [...] »

Interactive Exhibit from the American Art Museum


Against the backdrop of the Great Depression, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's administration created the Public Works of Art Program. [...] »

New Visitor's Center Opens at Monticello


What would Thomas Jefferson Say? [...] »

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