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NEW– Practicing Democracy: Early American Authors in 21st Century Communities by Pattie Cowell, Colorado State University Recently published in Early American Literature, Volume 40, Number 2, 2005 (Reprinted here with permission of the author.) Click here for article (100 K PDF)
Jane Addams and the Origins of Service-Learning Practice in the United States by Gary Daynes, Brigham Young University, and Nicholas V. Longo, University of Minnesota Fall 2004, Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Click here for article (72 K PDF)
Capitol Commentary: A Cornucopia of “Traditional” American History Initiatives by Bruce Craig November 2003, Organization of American Historians Newsletter Click here for Article ( >> OAH website)
Integrating OurDocuments.gov into the Classroom by Lee Ann Potter November 11, 2003 Click here for Article ( >> Our Documents website)
Our Documents Teacher Sourcebook www.ourdocuments.gov a Click here for Publication ( >> Our Documents website)
Promoting Civic Education – A Presentation to the White House Forum on American History, Civics, and Service by Charles N. Quigley May 1, 2003 Click here for Article ( >> PDF file from Center for Civic Education website)
History Education Concerns Us All by John W. Carlin February 2003, Organization of American Historians Newsletter Click here for Article ( >> OAH website)
White House Initiative on American History by Ira Berlin and Lee W. Formwalt November 2002, Organization of American Historians Newsletter Click here for Article ( >> OAH website)
National History Project by Richard Bennett August 2002, Organization of American Historians Newsletter Click here for Article ( >> OAH website)
History and Civic Participation: An Example of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning by Gerald E. Shenk and David Takacs April 2002, Perspectives Click here for article ( >> AHA website)
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