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Passage of the 1924 Immigration Act

On May 26, 1924, President Calvin Coolidge signed the Johnson-Reed Act, the first federal law in American history designed to establish permanent, comprehensive restrictions on

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MAHG Qualifying Exam Tips | Teaching American History

Summer has arrived! And that means the pinnacle of TAH’s professional development for teachers has arrived as well: our Master of Arts in American History

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A Pageantry of Power: Planning Washington’s First Inauguration

This blog post, written by faculty member Sarah Morgan Smith, was first posted on January 19, 2021. An online resource guide at Library of Congress, U.S. Presidential

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What’s Your Summer Reading? | Teaching American History

Summer’s here! Time to do that reading you put off during the school year. We asked teacher friends what they plan to read during the

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Brett Van Gaasbeek’s Students Talk about Preserving Self-Government

Recently I emailed a question to teacher friends who are graduates of the Master of Arts in American History and Government (MAHG) program. “How do

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The 80th Anniversary of D-Day, June 6, 1944

Assault landing, one of the first waves at Omaha. The Coast Guard caption identifies the unit as Company E, 16th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division. Photo

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Joseph Postell on How Congress Actually Works

Today’s blog is an edited excerpt from the introduction to TAH’s CDC volume, Congress, edited by Joseph Postell, available in our bookstore for free download

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John Muir Founds the Sierra Club

On May 28, 1892, a group of university professors and interested citizens met in the San Francisco law office of Warren Olney to found what

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Professional Development or Summer Camp for Teachers? MAHG is both!

Join us this summer for the best professional development TAH offers! We still have room in some graduate classes—both online and on campus. Our summer

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Prepare for Fall Multi Day seminars!

Discussion of primary documents. A supportive and engaged group of educators. Historic locations. Free professional development. What more could you ask for? Applications open soon