In honor of this year’s Veterans Day, we bring you a number of educational resources for in and out of the classroom.
In the news this week, AHA President Laurel Thatcher Ulrich has won a prestigious award, the Gates Foundation has donated a significant amount to the African American History and Culture Museum, and a Russian historian has been detained for violating
In a recent post on the Library of Congress blog, Matt Raymond, the LOC’s director of communications, introduced the newly launched web portal for teachers. He notes that this is just the latest step to make materials from
In the news on Tuesday, the U.N. launched the World Digital Library, started four years ago by Librarian of Congress James Billington. Speaking of the Library of Congress, it’s extending the hours and dates of its Lincoln exhibit, due to
This Thanksgiving edition of What We’re Reading starts off with a number of useful links to Turkey Day related pages and posts. Take a look back to Thanksgiving in the 1700s with the Library of Congress, find out what was