SNEAK PEEK @ The American Revolution: Core Documents

On July 4, 2020, The American Revolution—the latest volume in Ashbrook’s Core Document Collections—will be…

Documents and Debates: Reconstructing the South

South Carolina became the first state to secede from the Union when a convention in…

Until This Day: Juneteenth and the End of Slavery in the United States

The hour was late when Frederick Douglass rose to speak to more than fifty African-American…

Documents and Debates: Chapter 1: Early Contact

Frequent visitors to Teaching American History.org tell us we are their go-to site for primary sources. We…

Presenting U.S. History in the words of those who ARGUED it!

My high school American history students loved class debates. Their parents told me it was…

Federalism and Pandemics: A National Teachable Moment

“Emergencies are crucibles that contain and reveal the daily, slower burning problems of medicine and…

Beyond the Amistad: The antislavery legislative career of John Quincy Adams

On February 21st, 1848 Representative John Quincy Adams rose on the House floor to vote…

Resources for Teaching Online: Webinars on Great Speeches

Speeches, orations, and addresses hold a special and central place in American political culture, and…

Resources for Teaching Online: Webinars on Political Principles and Problems

Born of ideas and ideals, the American system of government was, and still is, unique…

Resources for Teaching Online: Civil Rights Webinars

To truly understand the Civil Rights Movement in America, you have to also study the…

Resources for Teaching Online: Foreign Affairs Webinars

Now, perhaps more than ever, we see that the global community is surprisingly small. Americans…

Classroom Resources: Primary Source Readers and Discussion Questions

We have gathered copies of the document packets and discussion questions for several of our…

Teacher Interview: Transitioning to Different Forms of Online Teaching and Learning

Julia Fuette, 2012 graduate of our MAHG program, took some time to talk with Jeremy…

Planning Online Lessons for Students Working From Home—A Veteran Teacher’s Advice

When the school officials around the country began responding to COVID-19 concerns by proposing extended…

Resources for Teaching Online: Top 10 Archived Webinars

Are you looking for content-rich resources to share with your students in “suddenly-online” courses? Did…

The Long Controversy Over Alger Hiss

When Alger Hiss was convicted of perjury on January 17, 1950, it was, in one…

The Contested Understanding of Religious Liberty In Supreme Court Jurisprudence: An Interview with Ken Masugi

Bill of Rights Day is celebrated on December 15, the anniversary of the day in…

The Attack on Pearl Harbor in Two Documents

December 7th, 1941, marked the forced entry of the United States into World War II.…

Core Documents Collection: Causes of the Civil War

Teaching American History's latest Core Documents Collection, Causes of the Civil War explains the political,…

The Constitutional Convention Online Exhibit – A Great Resource for Teachers and Students

In anticipation of Constitution Day (September 17), TAH invites you to take a look through…

The Atomic Bombs in the Context of World War II

On 6 August 1945, the B-29 bomber Enola Gay, piloted by Colonel Paul Tibbets, dropped…

Core Documents Collection: Women’s Voices in Religion in American History and Politics

While women have historically made up an overwhelming percentage of America’s religious practitioners, their roles…

Core American Documents: The Bill of Rights

TeachingAmericanHistory.org is excited to share another resource for American history,  government, civics, and social studies…

Core American Documents: The Executive Branch

"[The concept of executive power]...in our system of government, which subscribes to the rule of…

Constitution Day Lecture: “The Least Dangerous Branch”

Professor Gordon Lloyd gave the attached address at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library as part…

Core American Documents: Reconstruction

"Reconstruction is one of these times in American History where you can learn the limits…

Washington’s letter to the Hebrew Congregation at Newport: Full Reading

"...to bigotry no sanction..."  After receiving congratulations from people and groups from across America upon…

Teaching America’s Founding

How do you make a country from scratch? Leaders during the American Founding, the  period…

The Declaration of Independence: Full Reading

TAH.org is doing a trial run of making recorded readings of essential original documents available…

Teaching the Civil War and Reconstruction

The country was divided. A “nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that…

Core Documents Collection: Religion in American History and Politics

"You can't understand American History without understanding the role of religion in our history and…

Core American Documents: World War 2

[podcast] Today's podcast includes an interview with Dr. Jennifer Keene, of Chapman University and president of the…

Core American Documents: The Constitutional Convention

The best way to study the advantages and disadvantages of compromise is to study the…

Teaching the American Founding and the Constitutional Convention

Over the course of 100 days in 1787, American history would be made in a…

Core American Documents: The American Founding

The American Founding, which took place from 1776-1791, is book-ended by the Declaration of Independence…

Core American Documents: Great Depression and New Deal

The Great Depression and New Deal can be more easily understood by thinking of it…

TAH.org Podcasts Now Available on Stitcher!

The TAH.org podcast, already available through iTunes and our RSS feed, and now with over…

Talking Politics and Religion in the American History Classroom

In today’s national conversation, which lately seems more like a countrywide schoolyard brawl with citizens…

Core American Documents: Documents and Debates

The latest volumes of our Core American Documents Collections – Documents and Debates – are…

Core Documents: 2 Volume “Documents and Debates” now available

The latest volumes of  our Core American Documents Collections – Documents and Debates – are…

Core American Documents: The Cold War

Today's podcast includes a conversation with David Krugler, Professor of History at the University of…

Fifth Volume of Core Documents Collection – The Cold War Now Available!

The latest volume of  our Core American Documents Collections – the Cold War – is…

Core American Documents: Series Introduction

TAH.org is publishing over 40 individual volumes in our Core American Documents series, with four…

Fourth Volume of Core Documents Collections – World War II Now Available!

The fourth volume of the American History and Government Core Documents Collections – World War…

Core American Documents – Sign Up for Early Access to New Volumes!

TeachingAmericanHistory.org is excited to share another resource for American history,  government, civics, and social studies…

Third Volume of Core Documents Collections – The Constitutional Convention OUT NOW!

The third volume of the American History and Government Core Documents Collections – the Constitutional…

Second Volume of Core Documents Collections Now Available – The Great Depression and the New Deal!

Recently, TeachingAmericanHistory.org launched the first volume in the new 35-volume document collection. The second volume…

Find Free Resources for Your American History Classroom!

If you’re like most teachers, you can’t help but put your students first. In fact,…

Bill of Rights Anniversary

The Bill of Rights was adopted on 15 December, 1791, and is made up of…

New Resource: First Volume of Core Documents Collection Now Available!

TeachingAmericanHistory.org is excited to share another resource for American history,  government, civics, and social studies…
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