Special Webinar: D-Day+76 Years and the Liberation of Europe

Ashbrook and TeachingAmericanHistory presented  another special webinar, this time about Operation OVERLORD, more widely known…

On the 65th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education II: Implementing a Sweeping Change

This year’s high school seniors understandably feel cheated by the cancellation of graduation ceremonies and…

Cholera in 19th Century America: Lessons for the Current Pandemic?

When Rebecca McGinnis chose the recurrent cholera epidemics of the nineteenth century as the focus…

How the West Was Settled: Remembering the Homestead Act

On May 20, 1862 President Abraham Lincoln signed the Homestead Act. This piece of legislation…

Introduce Your Students to the TAH Experience Through our Summer Academies

Did you know that Teaching American History's home institution, the Ashbrook Center at Ashland University,…

Female Education in the Early Republic

Although May and June are often seen as  the "end" of the school year in…

1688: The Germantown Quakers Protest Slavery

While the seventeenth century is in the news again this week thanks to the 1619…

How MAHG Made Me a Better Teacher—Even During a Pandemic

Teachers enroll in our Master of Arts in American History and Government (MAHG) program to…

The 75th Anniversary of VE Day

8 May 1945 was declared "Victory in Europe Day," after the remaining leaders of Nazi…