Learn about the connection between jazz, civil rights, and the Cold War in this NEH-funded film.
Study two artistic renderings of Paul Revere: one by John Singleton Copley, from before Revere's famous ride, and one by Grant Wood, from well over a century after.
Learn about artistic representations of Native people created by both Native and non-Native artists.
Learn about the history of slavery in the colonial north with this interactive documentary from Historic Hudson Valley, funded in part by the NEH.
This media resource features three videos that address a series of questions about The Papers of the War Department, a collection that provides insight into a broad range of issues, events, and…
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Students will learn how the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution was shaped by historical events and how it reflected the fundamental values and principles of a newly independent nation.