December 8, 2022

Latest News, Events, Opportunities, Resources & PD from the Library & TPS Consortium
Latest News, Events, Opportunities, Resources & PD from the Library & TPS Consortium
Collections Spotlight: Mabel Ping-Hua Lee
Collections Spotlight: Mabel Ping-Hua Lee
Analyzing Primary Sources: Exploring Broadsides, Flyers, and Posters
Analyzing Primary Sources: Exploring Broadsides, Flyers, and Posters
Primary Source Spotlight: Ida Tarbell & Standard Oil
Primary Source Spotlight: Ida Tarbell & Standard Oil
Today in History: Elizabeth Keckley
Today in History: Elizabeth Keckley
Primary Source Spotlight: Black Hawk War of 1832
Primary Source Spotlight: Black Hawk War of 1832
Primary Source Learning: Thanksgiving
Primary Source Learning: Thanksgiving

Latest News, Events, Opportunities, Resources & PD from the Library & TPS Consortium

News From the Library Jason Reynolds: Closing Celebration Jason Reynolds will close his tenure as the 2020-2022 National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature by celebrating his GRAB THE MIC: Tell Your […]

Collections Spotlight: Mabel Ping-Hua Lee

Chinese Girl Wants Vote New-York Tribune (New York [N.Y.]) 13 April 1912 | Curator’s note China Past & Present – The Economic History of China by Mabel Ping-Hua Lee The New […]

Analyzing Primary Sources: Exploring Broadsides, Flyers, and Posters

In “Spreading the Word for a Cause” from the Teaching with with the Library of Congress blog, Teaching with Primary Sources intern Haleigh Reutershan provides examples of primary sources that […]

Primary Source Spotlight: Ida Tarbell & Standard Oil

Ida Tarbell image set The crusaders 1906 political cartoon Books by Ida Tarbell Anna E. Dickinson letters to Ida Tarbell The Documents of Ida M. Tarbell Allegheny College Select sources […]

Today in History: Elizabeth Keckley

Today in History–November 15–the Library of Congress features Elizabeth Hobbs Keckley, whose emancipation deed was signed on this date in 1855. Although best known for her role as confidante and […]

Primary Source Spotlight: Black Hawk War of 1832

Black Hawk 1832 historical newspaper coverage Indian Wars of the West 1833 Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak, or Black Hawk, and Scenes in the West: a National Poem in Six Cantos 1849 The Great Indian Chief […]

Primary Source Learning: Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving primary source set with teacher’s guide Primary Source Learning: The Wampanoag, the Plimoth Colonists & the First Thanksgiving Teaching Now: Separating Myths from History Thanksgiving with Richard Blanco’s “América” […]

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