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U.S. Constitution, NARA

Communication and performance-based evaluation characterize this Washington State Teaching American History (TAH) grant. [...] »

Photo, Student, CHNM

This grant emphasizes use of local primary sources and locations to connect national and local history. [...] »

Photo, classroom, bringinghistoryhome.org

What do carpentry and history have in common? [...] »

Lithograph, "Declaration of Independence. . . ," 1835-1856, N. Currier, LoC

Contextualize those founding documents—without context, they are little more than aged sheets of paper. [...] »

Painting, of the house and shop of David Alling, New Jersey Historical Society

You are General George Washington, outnumbered, and don't know where the British will strike next. [...] »

Woodcut theatrical poster, "The Professor," A.S. Seer Print, 1881, LoC

Implementation is key. How can you incorporate ideas from TAH workshops into your classroom practices? [...] »

 
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