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Screencapture, FDR Memorial, National Park Service homepage

Lesson plans, essays, multimedia, activities, and artifacts of U.S. heritage. [...] »

Poster, Buffalo Bill's Wild West, Col. W.F. Cody, 1890, Alick P.F. Ritchie, LoC

Allow students to "meet" their favorite historical figures. [...] »

Ink on paper, Kodak advertisement, c. 1942, National Postal Museum

When going postal is actually a good thing! Explore the Museum's extensive online resources, including 15 exhibits. [...] »

Photo, Old man (with many hands) teaching Finnish sign language, gak, Flickr, cc

Are you a special education educator? Teach in an inclusive classroom? [...] »

Screencap, Peace Corps Challenge game, Peace Corps

Explore world and U.S. history simultaneously through universal development issues. [...] »

Photo, victorian homes post office, 2006, laurascudder, Flickr, cc

Preserve America is a White House initiative uniting the work of 11 federal agencies to support community efforts to preserve America's cultural and natural heritage. [...] »

Photo, The President walks alone along the. . . , 2009, Pete Souza, White House

The White House offers historic photos and biographies of its past and current occupants. [...] »

Lithograph, Don't wait for the draft--Volunteer, 1917, Library of Congress

Did you know that the draft was used in times of peace, as well as war? [...] »

Lithograph, Wall Street bubbles; - Always the same, 1901, Udo J. Keppler, LoC

What is the FAR? Looking for copies of small business laws? Well, you have come to the right place. [...] »

Negative, Dinsmore, Frances. Of Smithsonian. . . , 1915, Harris & Ewing, LoC

What can 19 museums, nine research centers, and the National Zoo offer your students? [...] »

 
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