Tips for Teaching Online During the Pandemic

At TAH, we know plans for the return to school this fall remain in flux…

Big Trouble in a Company Town: The Pullman Strike

Today we continue our exploration of Teaching American History’s two-volume document collection, Documents and Debates…

Special Webinar: What Can We Learn From the Election of 1980?

TAH.org's last of a three-episode series on pivotal presidential elections, tonight's focus was Ronald Reagan…

Votes for Woman! The 19th Amendment

On 18 August 1920 Tennessee became the 36th state to ratify the Nineteenth Amendment, the…

Saturday Webinar: Why Are Both the Constitution and Bill of Rights Necessary?

Why are both these documents essential to establishing and, hopefully, contributing to the maintenance of…

The Diminished Yet Necessary Role of Political Parties

With attention now turning to the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, we offer today an…

Saturday Webinar: Was the American Revolution Really a Revolution?

Our first Saturday Webinar for the 20-21 school year, and also the first in our…

Special Webinar: What Can We Learn from the Election of 1860?

If you missed our partner webinar with the Missouri Humanities Council, on 11 August 2020,…

Documents in Detail: Brutus II

Join us for the first Documents in Detail webinar of the 20-21 school year, and…

Chapter 3 Documents and Debates: Labor, Servitude and Slavery

Today's post is the latest in a series of articles highlighting the print and audio…

“The Starting Point” of the Abolitionist Movement: Morgan Godwyn’s Plea to Evangelize Slaves

Frederick Douglass, in one of his last speeches, drew attention to a little-known book published…

Special Webinar: What Can We Learn from the Election of 1800?

The first in our three-episode series of webinars about Presidential Elections and Campaigns, this episode…

Meet Our Teacher Partners: Lindsay Peterson

At Teaching American History, we focus on telling America's story through historical documents because history…