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Forty Years Ago: One Giant Leap for Mankind


It's been 40 years since man first landed on the moon. [...] »

Bookmark This! Teacher Resources at the Library of Congress


The Library of Congress expedites educator access to primary sources and professional development. [...] »

Bookmark This! History Sites on YouTube


History and art museums and archives join the YouTube communications field. [...] »

Remember the Ladies—But Not Just in March


Women's history should be integral to the total narrative of American history. [...] »

The Electronic Schoolhouse/LaEscuela Electronica: A Bilingual History Education Resource


New York State Archives offers lesson plans and materials about Hispanic history and culture in two languages. [...] »

Happy Presidents Day


What exactly is Presidents Day? [...] »

Register for Your Virtual Seat: Smithsonian Education Online Lincoln Conference


If you missed this two-day online event, watch the videos from the Abraham Lincoln: a Smithsonian Education Online Conference on the website. [...] »

The Great Depression and Today


Does the current financial crisis echo the Great Depression? [...] »

Flickr Update: The Commons


The Commons encourages public response to museum collections. [...] »

Teaching Resources for Constitution Day


Constitution Day is September 17. [...] »

 
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