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Teaching the Cuban Missile Crisis


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

Veterans, Oral History, and the Library of Congress


Veteran oral history projects relate the classroom to real people and real life. [...] »

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. [...] »

Teaching about Columbus Day: Mythbusters


Will the REAL Cristoforo Colombo please stand up. [...] »

Primary Sources: 100 Milestone Documents


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

Bookmark This! Free Maps!


If all you need are basic maps for classroom exercises, this may be the place! [...] »

Especially for Secondary School Teachers: American History on Facebook


History and art museums, archives, and libraries share information and resources via Facebook. [...] »

Bookmark This! Gilder Lehrman's History Now


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

Online Professional Development through the Library of Congress


Library of Congress professional development for teachers emphasizes a self-paced look at resources and methodologies. [...] »

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