• Library of Congress: World War I

    Library of Congress | Jul 20, 2021

    The resource offers classroom materials and professional development to help teachers effectively use primary sources from the Library’s vast digital collections in their teaching.
  • The Mexican Museum

    The Mexican Museum in Association with the Smithsonian Institution | Jun 23, 2021

    The resource voices the complexity and richness of Mexican, Chicano, Hispanic, Mexican-American, and Latino experiences throughout the Americas.
  • The Land Divided, The World United: Building the Panama Canal

    Linda Hall Library | Jun 23, 2021

    The resource offers a brief history of the building of the Canal as seen through the eyes of A.B. Nichols,...
  • Keagle Photograph Library

    University of Chicago | Jun 23, 2021

    The resource is comprised of photographs taken during World War II in India by American serviceman, Robert Keagle.
  • Goldberg Center, OSU

    History Department, Ohio State University | Jun 22, 2021

    This website links to resource-rich sites such as eHistory, a collection of primary sources and documentary material, and Outreach which...
  • Teaching About the Holocaust Online

    US Holocaust Memorial Museum | Jun 17, 2021

    The resource offers a wide range of robust online educational resources
  • Elizabeth Blackwell’s Legacy

    National Library of Medicine | Jun 17, 2021

    The resource allows students to explore diverse careers and accomplishments of more than three hundred American women physicians.
  • Impacts of the 1964 Rubella Epidemic

    National Library of Medicine | Jun 17, 2021

    The resource explores the medical and social dynamics of the American epidemic.
  • Rubella Mothers as Moral Pioneers

    Ashley E. Bowen | Jun 17, 2021

    The resource has four classes in which students explore how the 1964 rubella epidemic reshaped cultural expectations about the “ideal” American family.
  • Yellow Fever in 1793 and Today

    National Library of Medicine | Jun 16, 2021

    The resource invites students to examine the 1793 yellow fever outbreak in Philadelphia in light of treatment today.

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