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Explore the humanities online with this collection of websites, apps, and digital projects supported by NEH grants.
Twenty-five short films on great works of American art, based on the NEH Picturing America series
Read, watch, and hear testimony from those who witnessed World War II from the battlefield and the homefront, and explore teacher resources and lesson plans built around Ken Burns' documentary series
Explore Shakespeare’s many ties to America, from The Tempest's possible reference to a storm off the coast of Jamestown, to his writings’ influence on American politics, racial identity, and
The monument that changed how America remembers war.
An online resource of educational materials and modules for teaching the history of women in the world.
Louisa May Alcott hobnobbed with Emerson and Thoreau, wrote pulp fiction, and persuaded Dorothea Dix to waive a ban on single women working as Civil War nurses before writing Little Women.
Map the journey of African-American families before and after the Civil War with this online database of genealogical records from Albemarle County, Virginia.
Search and view newspaper pages from 1836-1922.
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