"Presidential Powers with Documents from the National Archives" – a free distance learning program for grades 6-12 – kicks off the 2018 Presidential Primary Sources Project on Thursday, January 18! Join us at 11 a.m. ET or 2 p.m. ET to explore the executive branch and powers of the President through primary sources. We'll examine presidential appointments, pardons, … Continue reading Free Online Programs on Presidential Legacy Begin January 18th
Find National Archives and Presidential Libraries sessions at the 2017 NCSS conference.
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.
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.
A series of interactive videoconferencing programs for grades 5-12 will explore how different presidents in different eras have interpreted and exercised presidential powers.
Learn about ways in which to incorporate Native American and other ethnic materials into your Social Studies, History, or Language Arts curriculum.
Today’s spotlight document is the 1872 Yellowstone Park Act. This public law was an ingenious American invention, born from a desire to protect the natural wonders of the West.
Special congratulations to students who researched at the National Archives for their projects!
We have teamed up with other federal agencies and cultural institutions to provide digital content, including resources for teachers.