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2021 NCHE Conference

April 8-11, 2021

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2021 NCHE Conference

Online Conference ~ April 8-11, 2021

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Blog Posts

Dolley and James - The Madison's as a Power Couple

A Second Blog About Dolley & James Madison By David Bruce Smith You enjoy writing about couples in history. How did the Madison’s marriage shape their lives and historical i…


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Getting to Know Dolley and James Madison

A conversation with David Bruce Smith National Council for History Education asked David Bruce Smith, Founder of the Grateful American Foundation, to blog about Dolley and James Madison. Smi…


Analyzing Presidential Primary Documents with the Library of Congress

On December 17th, Pete Souza provided NCHE members and guests with an engaging discussion of his iconic White House photographs, and what they mean for America. Pete’s photographs of the…