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George Washington became President—reluctantly—at a critical time in the history of the United States. [Read More]
By exploring Hurston's own life history and collection methods, listening to her WPA recordings of folksongs and folktales, and comparing transcribed folk narrative texts with... [Read More]
Starting the research process for a National History Day project can be daunting—what topic will be most exciting to explore? [Read More]
Students analyze Jacob Lawrence's The Migration of the Negro Panel no. [Read More]
Esperanza Rising is a story filled with dichotomies—wealth and poverty, rose gardens and hard labor, faith and doubt, memory and thinking ahead. [Read More]
In this lesson students learn how Birth of a Nation reflected and influenced racial attitudes, and they analyze and evaluate the efforts of the NAACP... [Read More]
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The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) invites institutions impacted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma to apply for fast-track emergency grants to p... [Read More]
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) will award up to $1 million in emergency grants to preserve humanities collections and help restore operati... [Read More]
For seasoned teachers as well as the newly minted—whether elementary or secondary—here are some ways you can enrich visits to museums by structuring them in... [Read More]
This lesson plan will survey the nature of what Winston Churchill called the Grand Alliance between the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union... [Read More]
The National Parks encompass more than their physical components: mountains, rivers, canyons, forests. They also encompass history: stories, ideas, and values. The National Parks and... [Read More]
Looking at historic maps of the West, students can begin to appreciate the immensity and mystery of the mission Lewis and Clark accepted. [Read More]
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