Migrate to the Common Core with Courage In the Time of Butterflies. Follow the turbulent life events of the Mirabal sisters who fought one tyrant and became international models for women fighting injustice! Read more »
National History Day offers students opportunities to employ academic skills on year-long research projects. Find out how they can use historic digitalized newspapers to qualify for NEH-supported special prizes in June. Read more »
America’s long civil rights struggle is told through online versions of four state-of-the-art documentaries: The Abolitionists, Slavery By Another Name, Freedom Riders, and The Loving Story. With classroom resources from EDSITEment and the Gilder Lehrman Institute. Read more »
In preparation for the day when schools and colleges must teach about the U.S. Constitution, we offer our many relevant resources in one place. Read more »
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Visual Culture of the American Civil War
Explore multimedia presentations by humanities scholars with archival images, primary source documents, and online resources for your history and art history classroom. Read more »
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The National September 11th Memorial
Pay tribute to the men, women, and children killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, and February 26, 1993, with inspirational new mobile videos that can be experienced wherever you are. Read more »
A digital treasure trove of archaeological information; animations; geography; history; time lines; legends and myths; and teaching and learning resources about the legendary city of Troy. All in an engaging format. Read more »
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