important faces of Mexican Independence and Mexican Revolution

Audiolibros Niños 2010

A collection of audiobooks, including music and text. Early intermediate students and younger native-speaking students. Content pertains to the Mexican Revolution and the Mexican Independence, which celebrated their Bicentennial and Centennial in the year 2010.

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Natural stone arch in Utah

Utah History Encyclopedia

A resource from the Utah State Historical Society to learn about the history and culture of the state—spanning its early geography through present day. It incorporates historical images, viewpoint essays and historical entries.

Three Sami women

Indigenous Literary Perspectives In Global Conversation

This resource from the University of Montana, Missoula campus, covers topics in Native American studies including curriculum suggestions from NEH Summer scholars.

JAM Jazz poster featuring Ella Fitzgerald

Jazz Appreciation Month 2017: Ella Fitzgerald and Women in Jazz

Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM) was created by the National Museum of American History back in 2002 to celebrate the extraordinary heritage and history of jazz. Each year the museum picks a major musician to commemorate. This year honors Ella Fitzgerald, who would have turned 100 this month, and JAM programs will shine a spotlight on women in jazz.

Jefferson Memorial framed by cherry blossoms

Rites of Spring in the Nation’s Capital

Planning to visit the U.S. Capital in person this spring? If so, the official National Park Service app for the National Mall and memorial parks can be used to explore 70 of the most cherished cultural and historical sites in the United States.

map of Middle East

Teaching the Middle East

Discover the great currents of continuity and change throughout Middle Eastern history. Scholars from the University of Chicago include scholarly essays and lesson plans for your classroom.

Photograph of Ralph Waldo Emerson ca.1857

Teaching American Philosophy

Teaching American Philosophy is a one of a kind resource for high school teachers looking for ways to introduce students to the philosophical ideas and debates that are central to American history, literature, political science, and science.

Students learning about Ute cultural artifact

National Native American Heritage Month

November is National Native American Heritage month. What better way to celebrate it than to sample the culture and explore the history of some groups within the 4.3 million people who identify themselves as Native American in the United States?

Smithsonian Museum African American History and Culture building

Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

Located on the National Mall in Washington DC., this Smithsonian museum hosts a collection of over 30,000 artifacts that provide a record of the experiences and contributions of African Americans to our nation’s history and culture.