Education Spotlight
Primary Sources

Primary sources are the raw materials that bring history to life and help develop skills like careful observation and critical thinking. Our collection will engage students of all ages. Below, we also highlight exceptional books, apps, and iTunes U courses relevant to the 150th anniversary of the Civil War and other historic events.
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Leaders and Revolutionaries
All this month, we've featured a collection of books, audio, and video about groundbreaking women in history. With inspiring firsthand accounts of these women's lives, these resources will enrich your lessons year-round.
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Women's History Month

Sally Ride
Lynn Sherr
Coco Chanel
Lisa Chaney
Last Flight
Amelia Earhart
Selected Letters of Martha Gellhorn
Caroline Moorehead
A Civil War Mystery
With Ripped Apart, the Smithsonian Institution lets students of American history step into a curator's shoes and try to piece together a mystery dating back to the Civil War. This terrific app gives players multiple perspectives on that historic conflict, which ended 150 years ago on April 9.
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Interactive History

NYPL Biblion: World's Fair
Ken Burns
Today’s Document
Timeline WW2 with Dan Snow
University Content by Subject
Organized by the most common majors, our content collection for university students brings together some of our favorite apps, books, courses, and collections for different subjects. Plus, we've just updated this feature to cover more than twice as many majors.
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Courses on U.S. History

The West Point History of the Civil War
United States Constitution
The Road to Civil Rights
Social Justice: Leadership Lessons
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