The Young Readers Center is excited to invite you to see the annual Puppet Show on the day after Thanksgiving on November 29, 2019. This year we are sharing Native American Folktales, with stories and poems from nations such as Cree, Seneca, Winnebago, and Navajo.
By examining the digitized correspondence of suffrage leaders including Miriam Florence Follin Leslie, asking questions, and exploring related collections, students can learn more about some of the lesser-known suffrage supporters.
November is hailed as National Aviation History Month to celebrate America’s contributions to - and future endeavors in - aviation. To celebrate the month, let’s explore two pioneers of flight: The Wright Brothers.
The story of women’s suffrage contains many smaller stories that can help us understand the larger movement more completely. The dress reform movement is a powerful lens through which to study and teach the story of the women’s suffrage movement.