Archive for September, 2013
The National Archives, the NHD organization, experienced teachers, and experienced students will discuss strategies for success and how to use National Archives resources.
Posted by Stephanie on September 30, 2013, under National History Day, Professional Development.
Get your students involved in choosing which rights-related document will display in our new exhibition, “Records of Rights,” opening November 8 in Washington, DC.
Posted by Stephanie on September 30, 2013, under Exhibits.
As part of our American Archives Month activities, the National Archives at New York City is hosting the 4th Annual Archives Education Institute on October 12th, 2013. This daylong program brings together 35 K-12 educators, archivists, librarians, and museum professional to discuss strategies for incorporating primary source documents into the classroom. Now in its fourth […]
Today’s post comes from Joel Walker, education specialist at the National Archives at Atlanta. On December 31, 1942, the Counter Intelligence Section of the Seventh Naval District based in Jacksonville, Florida, distributed its monthly summary of subversive activities. On page two of the summary, under the heading “Activities Concerning Negroes,” was printed a small paragraph […]
Posted by Stephanie on September 25, 2013, under Document Spotlights, Teaching Activities & Lesson Plans.
Founders Online, a brand new online tool, is a searchable archive of the correspondence and other writings of six of the Founding Fathers.
Posted by Stephanie on September 18, 2013, under Online Tools.
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