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Resource Spotlight: A New Nation Votes: Election Returns from 1787 to 1825

A colleague brought to my attention a terrific online resource called A New Nation Votes. It is a searchable collection of election returns from 1787 to 1825. 75 more words

Preservation and Decoding Civil War telegrams

The Huntington Library in San Marino, CA is working on a project of huge historical significance. They are working on decoding and digitizing 15,971 telegrams from the Civil War that were found hidden in a wooden foot locker for more than a century. 195 more words


Letters For Black Lives...

There’s a website/resource I stumbled across several months back aptly titled “Letters for Black Lives” that I found to be not only interesting, but also quite useful, and so I thought I’d share it here as well. 449 more words

Letters For Black Lives

American Antiquarian Society Online Resource: The News Media and the Making of America, 1730-1865

The role of the media in this year’s presidential elect cycle has received quite a bit of attention. For educators and citizens who are interested in exploring how the news and public information have influenced the public and private lives of the American people from 1730 through the Civil War, … 40 more words

Are You Creative?

David Kelley, founder of IDEO explores the idea of creative confidence: do you have what it takes to be creative? IDEO is a nonprofit that currently has several projects underway to solve global education problems through a design-centered process. 9 more words