The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History is pleased to present the second issue of HISTORY NOW, an exciting new online journal for history teachers and students, now available on the Web at www.historynow.org.
HISTORY NOW features articles by noted historians as well as lesson plans, links to related websites, bibliographies, and many other resources. In each issue, the editors bring together historians, master teachers, and archivists to comment on a single historical theme.
Don't miss the current issue of HISTORY NOW, which examines the history of slavery in the U.S. through primary sources. Eric Foner takes a look at the Reconstruction Amendments as social history, Douglas Egerton analyzes the material culture of slavery, David Blight discusses slave narratives, and Annette Gordon-Reed compares document-based history with oral history.
Visit www.historynow.org and explore our lesson plans and interactive features. Also, visit www.gilderlehrman.org for updates on our latest online exhibits, programs, and resources for students and teachers.
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