A bulletin board inspired by The Stanford History Education Group and their Reading Like a Historian Curriculum. The bulletin board features the historical thinking skills.

A bulletin board inspired by The Stanford History Education Group and their Reading Like a Historian Curriculum. The bulletin board features the historical thinking skills.

The Historian. If you want a GOOD vampire book, this is it. It's all about history, and really, the only vampire mentioned is Vlad the Impaler. I love history, especially creepy, horrifying history like the true story of Vlad.

The Historian

The Historian. If you want a GOOD vampire book, this is it. It's all about history, and really, the only vampire mentioned is Vlad the Impaler. I love history, especially creepy, horrifying history like the true story of Vlad.

<p><strong>By Rachel Garner, Staff Writer</strong><br /> Before suggesting historian-approved ways of actually finding the information you need (next blog post) and exploring philosophies of writing historical fiction (third blog post), I want to explain what the discipline of studying history is and why, when answering writers’ questions, I constantly want to say, “You’re asking this question incorrectly.”</p>

<p><strong>By Rachel Garner, Staff Writer</strong><br /> Before suggesting historian-approved ways of actually finding the information you need (next blog post) and exploring philosophies of writing historical fiction (third blog post), I want to explain what the discipline of studying history is and why, when answering writers’ questions, I constantly want to say, “You’re asking this question incorrectly.”</p>

by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich From admired historian—and coiner of one of feminism’s most popular slogans—Laurel Thatcher Ulrich comes an exploration of what it means for women to make history. In 1976, in an obscure scholarly article, Ulrich wrote, “Well behaved women seldom make history.” Today these words appear on t-shirts, mugs, bumper stickers, greeting cards, and all sorts of Web sites and blogs. Ulrich explains how that happen...

Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History

by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich From admired historian—and coiner of one of feminism’s most popular slogans—Laurel Thatcher Ulrich comes an exploration of what it means for women to make history. In 1976, in an obscure scholarly article, Ulrich wrote, “Well behaved women seldom make history.” Today these words appear on t-shirts, mugs, bumper stickers, greeting cards, and all sorts of Web sites and blogs. Ulrich explains how that happen...

In ancient Egypt, cats were domesticated and revered as gods. Downloads as a PDF. Use pattern transfer paper to trace design for hand-stitching.

In ancient Egypt, cats were domesticated and revered as gods. Downloads as a PDF. Use pattern transfer paper to trace design for hand-stitching.

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