HISTORY at Home

HISTORY at Home

HISTORY at Home provides an opportunity to catch up on timely history topics over the summer.

HISTORY at Home: Lessons & Activities

Check here Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings to see what new celebrity presenters can teach you about history, and be sure to download our “lesson plan” worksheets to test your knowledge after watching each video.

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Pandemics Through History

Explore how pandemics have influenced societies over millennia and ways medical workers and scientists have worked to halt the spread of infectious diseases.

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Black History Timeline

Black History Timeline

Learn about key milestones in African American history, including movements that have pushed back against the racist legacy of slavery in the United States—from the Underground Railroad to Black Lives Matter.

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The 19th Amendment

In 1920, women in the United States gained the right to vote—but only after a struggle that lasted more than 70 years. Learn how suffragists fought for the 19th amendment.

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Presidential Elections

As the United States approaches the election of 2020, see how past presidential elections have unfolded and learn the history behind how we vote.

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The End of World War II

The party began after Japan surrendered, and included an iconic kiss in New York’s Times Square.

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HISTORY Vault: Free Trial

As social distancing and virtual classrooms become a necessity, we're committed to educational entertainment.

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HISTORY This Week

This week, something momentous happened. Whether or not it made the textbooks, it most certainly made history. Join the HISTORY This Week podcast as we turn back the clock to meet the people, visit the places and witness the moments that led us to where we are today.

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