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What messages are hidden in art and architecture? Explore the Library of Congress's Jefferson Building in this online activity. [...] »

Integrate these two guides into your curriculum to help students develop visual and textual analysis skills. [...] »

In this series of exercises, students are presented with Native American masks and must contextualize them. [...] »

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

Discover historic landscapes with this guide to reading the land produced by the University of Wisconsin at Madison. [...] »

Transform film from a source of entertainment to a piece of historical evidence. [...] »

Learn how to teach your students historical thinking with this informative video from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. [...] »

Explore the SOCC analysis technique with this great website. [...] »

So you don't live near Gettysburg or the Alamo—can you still teach with historic place? Of course! [...] »

See this Flash movie for a peek at how historians read and question sources. [...] »