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Improve your historical analysis skills by learning about different types of causes and evidence. [...] »

This website by the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery will help students analyze artistic works. [...] »

Incorporate art into lesson plans with this resource from The Metropolitan Museum of Art. [...] »

Every town has a scattering of historical markers and statues. Discover what they really mean! [...] »

Looking for new ideas on how to teach with the historic places in your community? [...] »

Textbook illustrations are often overlooked as historical evidence. [...] »

Don't overlook song as a way of understanding the past. [...] »

Advertisements have surrounded us for years. How can you interpret them? Where can you find them? [...] »

Source and approach letters and diaries with historical thinking. [...] »

Quantitative data, although seemingly daunting and impersonal, can help you understand the past. [...] »