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TPS Quarterly - Feature Article, Fall 2009, Library of Congress.
The Living Legacies Historical Foundation presents an oral history curriculum for high schools and middle schools involving students with their families and communities.
RT @publichistorian: The @mnhs's special site http://t.co/56JmNLCe is an excellent resource for history and primary documents on the US-Dakota War.
University of Nevada, Reno; Knowledge Center; Primary Sources include original documents, creative works, and relics or artifacts, while Secondary Sources are interprative or analytical works, such as encyclopedias or criticism;...
RT @teachinghistory: Looking for #primarysources?
This website contains links to other websites besides Library of Congress for teachers to find more primary sources to use in their lesson planning.