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History alive!

National Museum of American History

Doing history

National Museum of American History

Living history

National Museum of American History

History Lessons

Smithsonian American Art Museum

History Explorer 2.0

National Museum of American History

American history 2.0

National Museum of American History

Dedication to history

National Museum of American History

Collecting bracero history

National Museum of American History

Natural history

Smithsonian Libraries
Maps with v. 1 and 2 folded in pocket.

Preface to v. 1-4 signed: E. Ray Lankester; v. 5, Sidney F. Harmer; v. 6, L. Fletcher.

Vol. 1 edited by L. Fletcher; 2-6, by F. Jeffrey Bell.

Synopsis and Classified summary of the contents of vols. I-VI: v. 6, p. [xi]-xvi.

Hometown History

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Teacher's guide for use on a field trip to a fort or other historic site. After a reading of The Flag Maker, students will visit a historic fort and use guiding observation questions to connect their experience to the events that inspired the National Anthem at Fort McHenry during the War of 1812. Adaptable to other historic sites. Part of the resource, 'Making the Star-Spangled Banner.' Targets grades 3-5.

American History Jam

National Museum of American History

Hiroshi Sugimoto: History of History

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Online exhibit featuring contemporary Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto discussing how his artwork reflects ancient art in an interview and written description. He muses on contemporary and ancient art, the nature of history, and Japanese religious history.

History Film Forum 2015 - Diversity in History Filmmaking

National Museum of American History
Scholars, filmmakers, artists and journalists discuss how the lack of diversity in Hollywood filmmaking affects how and what history is presented on the screen. The session will feature the debut of several new history-based projects by Every Single Word. Speakers Moderator: Kelley L. Carter, ESPN The Undefeated Dylan Marron, Artist and creator Every Single Word Elizabeth Clark-Lewis, Historian, Filmmaker, and Director of Public History, Howard University Laurens Grant, Filmmaker Soledad O’Brien, Journalist and producer

American History (After Hours) 2015: Brewing Up History

National Museum of American History
How are today’s brewers inspired by history? Bluejacket brewery’s Greg Engert and beer historian Mike Stein discuss the art and science of brewing, moderated by Susan Evans, Program Director of the American Food History project. Greg and Mike share their story of creating new beers inspired by beer styles of the early 19th century and explore the connections between Washington, DC’s craft beer scene today and the DC beer world of the past. January 23, 2015

History in the making

National Museum of American History

History Halloween how-tos

National Museum of American History

The history of leprosy

National Museum of American History

History in 140 characters

National Museum of American History

Sitting in with history

National Museum of American History

Rubbing elbows with history

National Museum of American History

Calculating History

Smithsonian Magazine

Judi's History

National Museum of American History

Calculating History

Smithsonian Magazine
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