Documents in Detail: Alexander Stephens’ “Cornerstone” Speech

Join us for another DiD webinar, on 17 FEB 2021 at 7pm ET, focusing on…

Documents in Detail: Andrew Jackson’s Bank Veto Message

Join us for another DiD webinar, on 20 JAN 21 at 7pm ET, focusing on…

Saturday Webinar: The Grimke Sisters

The first in our "Remember the Ladies" webinar series for the Spring Semester of 2021,…

Special Webinar: Reform and the Pulpit – The Role of the Church in the Post-WW2 Civil Rights Movement

TAH.org has partnered with the Missouri Humanities Council to present two special webinars about the…

Documents in Detail: John C. Calhoun’s Fort Hill Address

YouTube archive coming soon Our last DiD webinar for 2020, which aired live on 16…

Special Webinar: Reform and the Pulpit – Abolition and the American Church

 TAH.org has partnered with the Missouri Humanities Council to present two special webinars about…

Saturday Webinar: Did the New Deal End the Great Depression?

Youtube archive coming soon The was the final episode in our "Enduring American Questions" webinar…

Documents in Detail: Thomas Jefferson’s Letters to John Holmes and Henry Lee

 Our Documents in Detail episode for Wednesday 18 November 2020 will focus on two…

Saturday Webinar: How Did the Progressives Differ from the Founders?

  This episode in our "Enduring American Questions" Saturday Webinar series will air live on…

Documents in Detail: James Madison’s “Property”

Join us for our October episode of Documents in Detail, during which we'll discuss James…

Documents in Detail: Madison’s Speech on the Amendments to the Constitution

On 23 SEP 20 we looked at James Madison's Speech on the Amendments to the…

Saturday Webinar: Did Slavery Cause the Civil War?

Join teachers from across the country on Saturday, 3 October 2020 for our discussion of…

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…

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…

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…

Documents in Detail: Brutus II

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

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…

Fall Saturday Webinars: Open for Registration!

We’ve decided to do something different with our Saturday Webinars for this school year, splitting…

Special Webinar Series: Presidential Elections and Campaigns: What Can We Learn From History?

Join citizens and teachers from across Missouri as the Missouri Humanities Council and TeachingAmericanHistory.org present…

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…

Special Webinar: Heroes of American Business

Dr. Jeff Sikkenga, Professor of Political Science at Ashland University and Executive Director of the…

Special Webinar: Heroes of the American Founding

Join Dr. Jeff Sikkenga, Professor of Political Science at Ashland University and Executive Director of…

Special Webinar: Heroes of American Medicine

Dr. Jeff Sikkenga, Professor of Political Science at Ashland University and Executive Director of the…

Special Webinar: American War Heroes

Join Dr. Jeff Sikkenga, Professor of Political Science at Ashland University and Executive Director of…

American Heroes Special Webinar Series

Building on the success of our Insights from History series of special daytime webinars, we…

Ralph Ellison

The theme of this year’s Teaching American History Saturday webinars is American Minds. Prominent scholars…

Insights from History: The Power of the Pulpit in Times of Crisis: From the American Revolution to the Coronavirus

Examine the role of religion and religious activity during times of crisis through a series…

Insights from History: The American Family in Times of Crisis: Education, Health Care, and the Trade-offs of Coming Home

The fifth episode in our "Insights from History" webinar series, hosted by Dr. Jeff Sikkenga…

Insights from History: Fire in a Crowded Theater – Civil Liberties in Times of Emergency

As the current Coronavirus situation has continued, we are now faced with growing questions about…

Documents in Detail: Herbert Hoover’s Speech on the New Deal

Herbert Hoover's Speech on the New Deal (1932) was the focus of the 13 May…

Insights from History: Bad Medicine? The Effects of Economic Emergencies on Liberty, Democracy, and Prosperity

Join Dr. Jeff Sikkenga, Professor of Political Science at Ashland University and Executive Director of…

Saturday Webinar: Ralph Ellison

Live show aired at 11am, Saturday, 2 May 2020, exploring the life, letters, and legacy…

Insights from History: Presidential Leadership in Times of Crisis

History can give us real insight into the problems that face America. In this webinar,…

Special Webinar: The Flu Epidemic of 1918 – Lessons from History

TAH provided a special week-day webinar on a timely topic for teachers of history and…

Documents in Detail: Calvin Coolidge’s Speech on the 150th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence

Calvin Coolidge's Speech on the 150th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence was the focus…

Saturday Webinar: Douglas MacArthur

Live show aired at at 11am, Saturday, 4 APR 2020, exploring the truth and legend…

Jane Addams

The theme of this year’s Teaching American History Saturday webinars is American Minds. Prominent scholars…

Documents in Detail: Progressive Party Platform of 1912

The Progressive Party Platform of 1912 was the focus of the 25 MAR 2020 Documents…

Saturday Webinar: Jane Addams

Live show aired at 11am, Saturday, 7 MAR 2020, exploring the life, ideas, and impact…

Loser Wins: William Jennings Bryan and the Legacy of Populism

History teachers rarely focus on the losers of presidential elections. Yet two men stand out…

Documents in Detail: Plessy v. Ferguson

Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) was the focus of the 19 FEB 2020 Documents in Detail…

Saturday Webinar: William Jennings Bryan

The live show aired at 11am, Saturday, 1 FEB 2020, exploring the person and politics…

Documents in Detail: Abraham Lincoln’s Fragment on the Constitution and Union

Abraham Lincoln's short, powerful Fragment on the Constitution and Union (1861) was the focus of…

Saturday Webinar: Frederick Douglass

American Minds Webinar Live show aired at 11am, Saturday, 11 JAN 2020, exploring the ideas,…

Harriet Beecher Stowe

The theme of this year’s Teaching American History Saturday webinars is American Minds. Prominent scholars…

Documents in Detail: John C. Calhoun’s Speech on the Oregon Bill

Due to a technical failure, we were unable to record a significant part of the…

Saturday Webinar: Harriet Beecher Stowe

American Minds Webinar Our Saturday Webinar for 7 DEC 2019, explored the life, ideas, letters,…

Henry Clay: The Great Compromiser

The theme of this year’s Teaching American History Saturday webinars is American Minds. Prominent scholars…

Documents in Detail: The Webster-Hayne Debates

The Webster-Hayne Debates (1830) were the focus of the 20 NOV 2019 Documents in Detail…

Alexander Hamilton: Founding Father of the Commercial Republic

The theme of this year’s Teaching American History Saturday webinars is American Minds. Prominent scholars…
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