Register for one or both of our fall webinars in a new series for educators featuring resources for locating and using Federal records related to Native Americans and Alaska Natives.
As part of our document spotlight series, today we bring you primary sources related to the Battle of Little Bighorn. One hundred and forty-one years ago, from the evening of June 25, 1876, to dusk on the 26th, General Armstrong Custer and his troops engaged in battle with the Sioux and Cheyenne at the Battle of Little … Continue reading Native Warriors on Both Sides of the Battle of Little Bighorn
We've developed lessons to help students grasp the necessary steps for understanding and dealing with conflicting opinions.
Join us to learn about incorporating the Honoring Tribal Legacies Handbook into your curriculum on June 5th.
Join us April 6th to learn about bringing Native American viewpoints and primary sources into your lessons.
Join us for workshops and special events as part of the National Council for the Social Studies Conference in Washington, DC, in December 2016.
A petition created by Alaska Native women during World War II can help students understand the right of the people to “petition for redress of grievances.”
Learn about ways in which to incorporate Native American and other ethnic materials into your Social Studies, History, or Language Arts curriculum.
Educators in our Primarily Teaching summer institute in Seattle scanned documents on Native American land and fishing rights in the West.
We are now accepting applications for Primarily Teaching—our summer institute for educators on using historical documents in the classroom. Learn more and apply online. Summer 2015 workshops will be held at our locations in: Atlanta (Morrow, GA) June 22–26 Chicago, June 22–26 Seattle, July 6–10 Washington, DC, July 6–10 West Branch, IA, July 20–24 All workshops will have a national theme—Exploration, … Continue reading Open Registration for Summer Professional Development