In this post, 2014 Teacher-in-Residence Kathryn Notarpole discusses how she teaches controversial subjects like the conspirators trial and executions.
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In the following post, Education Programs Coordinator Alexandria Wood shares some of her favorite moments from the first session with our Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation Civil War Washington Teacher Fellows.
Today, open office plans have become a trend—and have garnered increasing amounts of controversy. But the photo of workers in the former Ford’s Theatre space shows that working in an open office is not just a product of the Google age.
While citizens across the country mourned after Lincoln’s assassination, the president’s funeral procession made its way down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, April 19, 1865. What did Pennsylvania Avenue look and feel like in 1865?
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