Hypertext Docs: Teaching the Bonus March

July 28th marks the 88th anniversary of the clash that ended the U.S. veteran’s protest movement known as the Bonus Army, or Bonus March. Today, […]

Digital Resources for Independence Day

In the U.S., July 4 marks Independence Day, a holiday that celebrates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. The Declaration signaled a turning point […]

Digital Resources to Celebrate and Teach Juneteenth

June 19th marks Juneteenth, the day in on which, in 1865, Union General Gordon Granger landed in Galveston and announced that the Emancipation Proclamation was […]

Understanding This Moment through Civic Education

Educators of every kind work to equip their students with the knowledge and thinking skills they need to be happy, healthy, and to make positive […]

Presidents’ Day Resources for Every Classroom

The third Monday in February is celebrated each year across the U.S. in commemoration of the birth of George Washington. Sometimes called Washington’s Birthday, the […]

Digital Resources for MLK Day

Monday, January 20, is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a commemoration of the life of the civil rights leader on the occasion of his […]

Experiencing Early American History with Interactive Resources

Thanksgiving, despite not becoming a national holiday until the Civil War, is a time of year steeped in images of America’s colonial past. For educators […]

Celebrate Constitution Day with Free Digital Resources

America’s founding legal document, the Constitution, is a central element of American law and civics. It has been studied, debated, and celebrated since before its […]

Using Google Earth to Follow the Trail of Lewis and Clark

May 14th marks the 215th anniversary of the start of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The Corps of Discovery, as the group was known, set […]

History Club Celebrates Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month, the FLVS History Club has compiled a gallery of student work on their website managed by the club president. […]

Thursday Links Round Up: finding primary sources for history and art

Let Google bring the world to your students Primary sources? Yes please! As you delve into your various teaching units, why not take your students […]

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