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is an online teaching tool from the US National Archives for teachers to find and create interactive learning activities with primary-source documents that promote historical thinking skills in 21st century classroom.
The mission of the Florida Memory Program is to provide free online access to digitized materials that illuminate significant events and individuals in the state's history, and help educate Floridians and millions of other people around the world about Florida history and culture.
The Library of Congress offers classroom materials and professional development to help teachers effectively use primary sources from the Library's vast digital collections in their teaching. PreK - 12
TAH.org sponsors a variety of resources, courses, and programs to help classroom teachers improve their knowledge of American history, government, civics, and ideas through the use of primary documents.