Learn about the treaties between Native American nations and the United States government.
Consider how a canister of “bread raising material” can bring chemistry, math, design and history into your classroom.
Explore how a political cartoon can help students learn more about the impact of aviation at the start of the 20th century.
Learn about the Pecan Shellers strike of 1938 and how images provide information about the reasons for the strike.
Go beyond the Veterans History Project to learn more about the experience of United States veterans.
Learn about the new Living Nations, Living Words Teachers Guide which support the website highlighting Native American writers.
Looking for resources to help celebrate Native American Heritage Month? This blog post will lead you to a variety of resources for your students.
Explore how an oral history can bring a different point of view to a major event in history.
Explore the spooky stories that are part of the Library of Congress collections.
Explore the human and creative part of mathematics and how it can help students look at math in different ways.