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Teaching About Dr. Martin Luther King


A day of service, commemoration, and evaluation. [...] »

A Roundup of Resources


What's new at AHA, NEH, LOC and Gilder Lehrman? [...] »

Bookmark This! Google Scholar: Finding the Laws that Govern Us


Search for federal and state district, appellate and supreme court opinions—full-text and related cases. [...] »

Teaching Native American History: I is for Inclusion


How can I tell good books about Indians from bad ones? [...] »

Veterans, Oral History, and the Library of Congress


Veteran oral history projects relate the classroom to real people and real life. [...] »

Primary Sources: 100 Milestone Documents


Consolidated access to pivotal diplomatic, legal, and political primary source documents. [...] »

Teaching the Constitution


Teach the Constitution on Constitution Day (or all year 'round)! [...] »

Bookmark This! Teaching Mexican American History with the Bracero Program


A resource for bilingual (Spanish-English) materials for teaching 20th century American history. [...] »

August 1945: Hiroshima and Nagasaki


The age of nuclear warfare began on August 6, 64 years ago. [...] »

 
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