Amira Dehmani, a 2022 Liljenquist Family Fellow at the Library of Congress, explores the use of opium during the Civil War for pain management and its impact on the soldiers that used it.
Did you know that you can use the National Library Service for the Visually Impaired and Print Disabled to support your students with dyslexia and other reading issues? Find out more from today’s blog post.
In this post by Amira Dehmani, a 2022 Liljenquist Family Fellow at the Library of Congress, Learn how the Civil War forced the Union and Confederate postal systems to evolve.
Use the songs, oral histories, poems and stories of Native Americans as part of activities for Native American Heritage month,
Learn about the importance of canals in U.S. transportation history.
Meet Caneisha Mills, the 2022-2023 Library of Congress Teacher in Residence.
This post is by Lee Ann Potter, the director of the Professional Learning and Outreach Initiatives office at the Library of Congress. In the September 2022 issue of Social Education, the journal of the National Council for the Social Studies, our “Sources and Strategies” article shared a spring 1787 exchange between George Washington and Henry Knox […]
Meet Jacqueline Katz, our 2022-2023 Albert Einstein Teaching Fellow and learn how she has used primary sources in her teaching.
Learn about the new resources on the Teachers Page and get reminders about some of the other beneficial resources available on the site.
Giselle M. Aviles, reference librarian in the Hispanic Reading Room presents some of the resources available to help spur learning about the Andean countries and its diaspora in the United States.