October 15, 2020

Primary Source Spotlight: Autumn

Autumn images Fall season images Autumn song recordings Autumn sheet music Books and other texts related to Autumn The Sparkling Diamond: Fall Season 1880 Autumn: U.S. historical newspapers "Autumn" poem by Helen Keller, 27 October 1893 Free to Use and Reuse primary source set: Autumn and Halloween Articles & blog posts related to Autumn Caught Our Eyes: Autumn in Russia Picture This September 28, 2017 Falling for Autumn Inside Adams September 24, 2010 … [Read more...]

Looking Back: Fall 2017 Resources

TPS-Barat fell back into the school year by creating resources for students preparing for National History Day (NHD) projects and by sharing lots of great Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources content. Below are links to posts through November, 2017. NHD 2018 Conflict & Compromise Topic Ideas European History Prior to 1500 European History 16th Century European History 17th Century European History 18-19th Centuries U.S. History Prior to 1800 U.S. History … [Read more...]

Primary Source Spotlight: Helen Keller

Helen Keller from America's Library "Autumn" poem by Helen Keller, 27 October 1893 An Ode to Autumn by a Writer in the Spring of Her Career Teaching with the Library of Congress October 19, 2017 Hellen Keller correspondence The World I Live in by Helen Keller 1908 The Song of the Stone Wall by Helen Keller 1910 The Girl Who Found the Blue Bird: A Visit to Helen Keller by Georgette Leblanc 1914 Blue? Hellen Keller Isn't The Seattle Star. (Seattle, Wash.), 04 Oct. … [Read more...]

Looking Back: Fall 2014 Resources

TPS-Barat fell back into the school year by creating resources for students by creating National History Day (NHD) projects and by sharing lots of great Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources content in online workshops as well as through this teaching resource blog. September Teaching & Learning Literature Links My Daniel – Hunting dinosaurs in Nebraska Featured Sources Each includes guided primary source analysis activities At School photograph Monopoly Brothers … [Read more...]

Today in History: John Keats

Today in History–September 19–the Library of Congress features poets and the seasons. On this day in 1819, English poet John Keats, wrote "To Autumn," a three-stanza ode to the splendor, bounty, and melancholy of fall. Find out more poems and poets by visiting the Today in History section, then click the links below to access 19th-century periodical articles written about Keats. John Keats Wrote Ode "To Autumn" from America's Library John Keats poems The Poetical Works of John Keats The … [Read more...]