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

Find the National Archive's worksheets for analyzing a variety of primary sources. [...] »

These worksheets from the Library of Congress help students analyze primary sources. [...] »

Analyze art in the classroom with these resources from the Picturing America initiative. [...] »

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

Use the Stanford History Education Group's curriculum to teach historical investigation. [...] »

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

Use this guide developed by PBS and the Antiques Roadshow to teach about material culture. [...] »

National Park Service lesson plans, teaching materials, and vibrant images reveal what historical objects tell us about history. [...] »

 
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