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How do textbooks from different countries treat the War of 1812? [...] »

Earlier this year, we looked at what historic sites were doing to celebrate the bicentennial of the War of 1812. But how can you teach the bicentennial in your classroom? [...] »

How much do your students know about the War of 1812? Find resources on the bicentennial of this often-overlooked war. [...] »

A great way for students to learn more about the War of 1812 and our nation's emblem: the Star-Spangled Banner. [...] »

Eighth-grade American history educator Eric Langhorst introduces an interactive Smithsonian website on the Star-Spangled Banner. [...] »