Saturday Workshop – Shaping the Past: Women and Historical Sculpture

Gain insight into the women that create contemporary artwork and consider how you can use sculpture to help students study the past.

Classroom Resources from the National Portrait Gallery

If you are seeking ways to explore the presidents and the role of the presidency in the United States with your students, visit the National Portrait Gallery’s Classroom Resources.

November is American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian heritage Month

November is a time to celebrate the diverse cultures, traditions and histories of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians.

We Are Still Here: Indigenous Peoples in the Caribbean

Examine Taíno history, culture, identity, and legacy at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.

Pizza & PD: Teaching the Second Amendment

Using NY Historical Society’s collections, explore strategies for teaching students the history of the Second Amendment and how ideas about this right have changed over time.

Explore the history of Brooklyn in World War I

Immerse yourself in poems, political cartoons, NYC landmarks, and journals written by a Brooklyn-based soldier dispatched to the western front.

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