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20 Points of NH Military History at the NH State Veterans Cemetery 20 Points of NH Military History

2003 Civic Education Survey

American Councils for International Education

Arab Culture through Literature and Film - A Five Unit High School Curriculum

Ashbrook Center has compiled 50 Core American Documents

The Boston Fed provides economic education materials

California History-Social Science Project

Center for Civic Education

Center for European Studies, UNC - Europeana 1914-1918

Center for the Study of the American Constitution

Checks and Balances and the Three Branches of Government - article from National Juris University - National History Education Clearinghouse

Cohen Center for Holocaust Studies (Keene State College) Many links to curriculum, instruction, workshops, institutes, videos, and teacher resources.

Colonial Williamsburg - Tour the Town

Constitutionally Speaking

Council for Economic Education

Created Equal film sets

The Dirksen Congressional Center's Communicator -- a web-based e-newsletter providing educators with news and ideas to improve the understanding of Congress

Echoes and Reflections: Recommendations for Effective Holocaust Instruction

Edgenuity, a leading provider of online and blended learning solutions.

Enterprise City strives to improve college and career readiness in New Hampshire's youth through an innovative, 21st century experience focused on financial literacy and civic engagement. Students in grades 5-8 run their very own city after completing the cross-discipline (Math, Social Studies, and ELA) curriculum in the classroom.

EverFi - connecting learning to the real world by equipping users with the skills they need for success beyond the classroom.

Foundation for Teaching Economics (FTE)

Founders Online - This free online tool brings together the papers of George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison in a single website

The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History - History Now 38: The Joining of the Rails

Heifer International - Heifer International is a sustainable development organization, founded in 1944, that works to end world hunger and poverty and protect the earth.

JFK Presidential Library and Museum

Know Your Rights NH workshops

Landmark Cases of the Supreme Court

National Council for Social Studies - The main organization for the teaching of social studies. Many links to curriculum, instruction, and assessment issue

National Park Service’s Teaching with Historic Places (TwHP) - TwHP uses properties listed in the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places to enliven history, social studies, geography, civics, and other subjects. TwHP has created a variety of products and activities that help teachers bring historic places into the classroom.

New Hampshire Geographic Alliance

New Hampshire Historical Society

New Hampshire Institute of Politics


Pequot Museum, located in Mashantucket, Connecticut, is the largest Native American museum in the world and provides an enriching, hands-on journey through 20,000 years of Native and natural history. In fact, teachers who have brought students on field trips agree that the Museum is "a must see" and an "experience unlike any other" as it truly brings history to life.

Primary Source advances global education in schools.

Street Law - Street Law’s Supreme Court professional development programs help classroom teachers expand and improve instruction about the Supreme Court of the United States.

Teaching Tolerance project issued a guide designed to help teachers and school leaders ensure their lessons about the movement are robust and meaningful to students.

Transatlantic Outreach Program (TOP) - TOP is a public / private partnership that promotes education about Germany, fosters intercultural dialogue, and provides the opportunity for North American social studies educators, STEM educators, and decision makers to experience Germany.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum - The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is America's national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history, and serves as this country's memorial to the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust.

The U.S. Census Bureau organizes its history lesson plans ( into elementary, middle, and high school collections.

What So Proudly We Hail

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