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front page of Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness TAH project

Looking for a rich repository of lesson plans across the U.S. History curriculum and grade levels? Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness offers teachers outside of Connecticut valuable online resources. [...] »

Sheet music cover, The International Rag, E. H. Pfeiffer, NYPL Digital Gallery

Just how has the U.S. impacted and been impacted by other nations? [...] »

Photo, October 11 Century of Progress. . . , 2011, Century of Progress, Flickr

Need to know more about the Mexican-American War? Check. How to use your iPad in class? Check. Answer your content and technology questions in one place. [...] »

Illustration, Americans, all, let's fight. . . , 1943, Leon Helguera, UNT

Social history for the entire school populace—ELL and special education included. [...] »

Glass negative, Pearson's return home. . . , 1937, Harris & Ewing, LoC

Start small. Help students see how the history in their own neighborhoods reflects national change. [...] »

Photograph, Sam the Juvenile, 2007, laihiu, Flickr, cc

History is for everyone—including students in alternative education settings. [...] »

Teachers discussing Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address at a workshop

Ford's Theatre Society's Sarah Jencks leads teachers through Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address and follow-up activities, in this example of on-site TAH professional development. [...] »

Homepage, detail

Serving a geographically far-flung group of teachers? [...] »

Tranparency, ". . . Boy Scout. . . ," John Rous, 1941, LoC, Flickr Commons

With increasing emphasis on accountability, how can you conduct an effective evaluation? [...] »

Photo, "Totem grave," 1916?, Library of Congress

From literature and Native American perspectives to local history, this site covers a wide variety of ground. [...] »

 
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