Remembering WWI is an iPad and Android app for exploring, collaborating, and engaging with an extensive collection of WWI photographs and moving images.
Teachers provided invaluable feedback for a new WWI app, set for release early this fall.
Interactive exhibits in Google Arts & Culture’s American Democracy collection tell the story of presidential elections in the United States.
Today's spotlight is on a photograph of the first fatal Wright Brothers flying machine crash.
Teachers used Historypin in a recent workshop to learn about the CCC and its lasting impact in their community.
Over 50 documents related to Ellis Island and immigration are now available thanks to teachers in our Primarily Teaching summer institute.
Students can reflect on the lives of soldiers during the Civil War by analyzing photographs taken by renowned photographer Mathew Brady in this new learning activity on DocsTeach.org. The holdings of the National Archives include over 6,000 photographs taken by Brady and his associates during the Civil War era; 16 are included in this activity. In … Continue reading The Civil War as Photographed by Mathew Brady, a New Teaching Activity
As a child of the 1980s, the 1970s have always been a mysterious decade to me. So, I get the appeal of the exhibition “Searching for the Seventies” now on display at the National Archives in Washington, DC, through September 8. “Searching for the Seventies” highlights the photographs of the Documerica project, a documentary project … Continue reading Searching for the Seventies in New York and New Jersey