The Great Depression and TodayOct 13 2008Does the current financial crisis echo the Great Depression? [...] »
Flickr Update: The CommonsOct 8 2008The Commons encourages public response to museum collections. [...] »
Black Americans in CongressOct 6 2008Since 1870, a total of 123 African Americans have served as U.S. Representatives or Senators. [...] »
Lincoln BicentennialOct 1 2008Media presentations and events are underway for the 200th anniversary of Lincoln's birth, February 12, 2009. [...] »
Preserve America Announces 44 Grant AwardsOct 1 2008More than $4.3 million distributed to 24 states. [...] »
Presidential Campaign Commercials 1952-2008Sep 20 2008Take a look at the political arguments intrinsic to 20th-century campaign commercials. [...] »
Civil Rights History Project: A New InitiativeSep 19 2008Proposal for endeavor encompasses two phases. [...] »
Showcasing Student Work on the U.S. Constitution Sep 12 2008Five students from Woodbridge High School in California took an in-depth look at the U.S. Constitution [...] »
Teaching Resources for Constitution DaySep 11 2008Constitution Day is September 17. [...] »
More Resources for Teaching about ElectionsSep 11 2008Online resources help integrate elections into history and social studies curriculum. [...] »
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