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The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History Web Links (2017)

  • The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

    100 Individual Titles
    • Adam Rome: Earth Day 1970: The Teach-In that Made the Green Generation
    • Alan Brinkley on Eleanor Roosevelt’s Role
    • Alan Brinkley on FDR’s Personal History and Influences
    • Alan Brinkley on the Impact of the New Deal
    • Allen Guelzo on Criticisms of the Emancipation Proclamation
    • Allen Guelzo on Lincoln’s Views on Slavery
    • Allen Guelzo on the Emancipation Proclamation
    • Andrew Robertson on Establishing an American Identify
    • Andrew Robertson on the American Revolution
    • Andrew Robertson on the Two American Revolutions
    • Anthony Badger on Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy
    • Anthony Badger on Non-Violent Protest
    • Anthony Badger on the Civil Rights Movement
    • AP United States History Study Guide: An Introduction
    • AP United States History Study Guide: Period Eight - 1945 to 1980
    • AP United States History Study Guide: Period Five - 1844 to 1877
    • AP United States History Study Guide: Period Four - 1800 to 1848
    • AP United States History Study Guide: Period Nine - 1980 to the Present Day
    • AP United States History Study Guide: Period One - 1491 to 1607
    • AP United States History Study Guide: Period Seven - 1890 to 1945
    • AP United States History Study Guide: Period Six - 1865 to 1898
    • AP United States History Study Guide: Period Three - 1754 to 1800
    • AP United States History Study Guide: Period Two - 1607 to 1754
    • Bruce Springsteen and the Promise of Rock ’n’ Roll
    • Carol Berkin on Federalists and Anti-Federalists
    • Carol Berkin on the Constitutional Convention
    • Carol Berkin on Women in the American Revolution
    • David Armitage on Independence
    • David Armitage on Jefferson’s Influences
    • David Armitage on the Declaration of Independence
    • David Blight on Frederick Douglass
    • David Blight on Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln
    • David Blight on the Underground Railroad
    • David Kennedy on the Causes of the Great Depression
    • David Kennedy on the Great Depression
    • David Kennedy on the Legacy of the Great Depression
    • Dred and Harriet Scott: A Family of Slavery & Freedom
    • Ed Ayers on Grant and Lee
    • Ed Ayers on Memory and the Civil War
    • Ed Ayers on the Civil War and the South
    • Eric Foner on 1866 and the Birth of Civil Rights
    • Eric Foner on Changing Views of Reconstruction
    • Eric Foner on Reconstruction and Its Legacy
    • Erika Lee on Recent Scholarship on Immigration
    • Gary Gallagher on Fascination with the Civil War
    • Gary Gallagher on the Lost Cause
    • Gary Gallagher on Why the Union Won the Civil War
    • Gordon Wood on George Washington
    • Gordon Wood on the Significance of the American Revolution
    • Gordon Wood on Washington’s Most Important Act
    • How Did Manifest Destiny Shape the American West?
    • How Did Slavery Begin in North America?
    • How Did the American Abolition Movement Begin?
    • How Did the Great Migration Change America?
    • How Did War Shape the Twentieth Century?
    • How Was North America Settled Before European Colonization?
    • Ira Berlin on Slave Culture
    • Ira Berlin on Slave Societies
    • Ira Berlin on Teaching About Slavery
    • Jack Rakove on Interpreting the Constitution
    • Jack Rakove on Madison and the Constitution
    • Jack Rakove on the Ratification of the Constitution
    • James Basker on American Antislavery Writings
    • James Horton on Slave Narratives
    • James Horton on Slavery and the American Revolution
    • James Horton on Slavery and the Constitution
    • James Oakes on Emancipation and the Question of Agency
    • Jill Lepore on The Story of America: Essays on Origins
    • Jill Szymanski, 2013 National History Teacher of the Year
    • Joshua Bill, 2012 National History Teacher of the Year
    • Larry Kramer on Federalism
    • Larry Kramer on Teaching the Constitution
    • Larry Kramer on the Constitution
    • Laurent Dubois on the Haitian Revolution
    • Letter from Amelia Earhart to Her Former Flight Instructor, Neta Snook (1929)
    • Lois Horton on Abolitionism
    • Lois Horton on Integration Versus Colonization
    • Lois Horton on the Fugitive Slave Act
    • Mae M. Ngai on Immigration Since 1965
    • March on Washington, The: A Virtual Tour
    • Matthew Pinsker on the Gettysburg Address
    • Michael Flamm on Consumerism in the 1920s
    • Michael Flamm on FDR’s Popularity
    • Michael Flamm on FDR’s Use of Radio
    • Michael Flamm on the Power of Radio in the 1930s
    • Mrs. Laura Bush, 2014 Gilder Lehrman Champion of History
    • Remembering Gettysburg: Lincoln and the Address
    • Richard White on the American West in the Great Depression
    • Richard White on the Urban and Rural West
    • Richard White on the West in the Twentieth Century
    • Richard White on World War II and the American West
    • The Men of Company E Confronting Freedom After the Civil War
    • Thomas Bender on 1848
    • Thomas Bender on Lincoln and the Nation
    • Thomas Bender on Post-Civil War Nationalism
    • What Are the Legacies of the Civil Rights Movement?
    • What Caused the American Revolution?
    • What Caused the Civil War?
    • What Did Jefferson Think About American Freedom?
    • What Would Lincoln Do: How Lincoln’s Legacy Is Used and Abused in Today’s Washington