E-Dossier: Six Nations Appeal to the League of Nations: 1922-31

In the 1920s, the Six Nations (Haudenosaunee or Iroquois) Confederacy appealed to the League of Nations for assistance against an invasion by Canada. Today we publish an e-dossier of documents on the appeal from League, Canadian & Six Nations sources. It is available at http://historybeyondborders.ca/?p=189

ANN: E-dossier of Six Nations appeals to the League of Nations, 1922-31

In the 1920s, the Six Nations (Haudenosaunee or Iroquois) Confederacy appealed to the League of Nations for assistance against an invasion by Canada. Today we publish an e-dossier of documents on the appeal from League, Canadian & Six Nations sources. It is available at http://historybeyondborders.ca/?p=189

Teaching with primary sources during a pandemic: A digital cabinet of curiosities

Jason Nargis, Special Collections Librarian for Instruction & Curriculum at Northwestern University, explains how he planned a session for a creative non-fiction class:

"Teaching with primary sources during a pandemic: A digital cabinet of curiosities,: Northwestern Libraries, May 13,2020, https://sites.northwestern.edu/northwesternlibrary/2020/05/13/teaching-with-primary-source...

Online Teaching Resources from the Washington Library at Mount Vernon

The Washington Library at Mount Vernon has created a new webpage featuring curated resources from the estate's digital collections and several from our partners for use in online learning, teaching, and research. The page is designed to serve the needs of primary and secondary schools as well as students and faculty at the collegiate level. It is divided into four sections:

Online Teaching Resources from the Washington Library at Mount Vernon

The Washington Library at Mount Vernon has created a new webpage featuring curated resources from the estate's digital collections and several from our partners for use in online learning, teaching, and research. The page is designed to serve the needs of primary and secondary schools as well as students and faculty at the collegiate level. It is divided into four sections:

Online Resource: Map of Essex 1777 (UK)

Map of Essex 1777 (map-of-essex.uk) is an online resource containing a high-resolution version of the Map of the County of Essex 1777 by John Chapman & Peter André. This open access version supports all modern web browsers, platforms and devices for the benefit of students, teachers, historians, researchers and other interested people.

USHMM NEW DIGITAL PRIMARY SOURCES: Everyday Life and the Holocaust

Experiencing History, the US Holocaust Memorial Museum's digital portal for primary sources on the Holocaust, has launched a new section of content. "Everyday Life: Roles, Motives, and Choices During the Holocaust" examines how the rise of Nazi Germany and the onset of the Holocaust changed the conditions of everyday life for millions of people.

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