Averill Earls, Mercyhurst University; Sarah Handley-Cousins, University at Buffalo; Marissa C. Rhodes, Niagara University; Elizabeth Garner Masarik, SUNY Brockport | May 5, 2021The resource is a narrative-driven, open access, and accessible digital history project bridging the worlds of popular and academic history with an explicitly feminist perspective.
National Women's History Museum
National Women's History Museum | Apr 30, 2021The resource is dedicated to preserving and telling the history of women as agents who transformed the United States.
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation | Apr 29, 2021The resource is the largest outdoor living museum in the country.
Black Lives Matter in the Past and Present
Sue Kozel, New Jersey Retirees' Education Association | Apr 28, 2021The resource explores various types of primary sources for studying New Jersey African American history in the American Revolutionary War period.
Getting Started with Primary Sources
Library of Congress | Apr 28, 2021The resource assists teachers in bringing primary sources to the classroom.
Colonial Society of Massachusetts Publications
Colonial Society of Massachusetts | Apr 28, 2021The resource hosts 91 volumes of Colonial Society publications made available to the public for use online or for free download.
Organization of American Historians (OAH) | Apr 28, 2021The resource is dedicated to exploring the process of doing history and the multifaceted ways of engaging with the US past.
Black Women Oral History Project Interviews, 1976–1981
Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University | Apr 28, 2021The resource features photographs, transcripts, and most audio recordings of 72 interviews of African American women from across the United States.
Teaching American History
Ashbrook Center at Ashland University | Apr 28, 2021The resource supports teachers of American history, government and civics by bringing the documents and debates of the United States’ past...