An introduction to the new Teaching California beta website, now live at teachingcalifornia.org.
When exploring primary sources for our new Teaching California project, we came across two remarkable documents from our manuscripts collection that will soon be incorporated into our growing set of K-12 instructional materials.
A closer look at one of the primary sources digitized from the California Historical Society’s collections for Teaching California, a letter written by 12-year-old Elsie Cross during the 1906 earthquake and fire.
Questions to ask when you first look at a photograph, painting, or illustration—be it in the museum, or on your phone’s screen.
This post spotlights the important primary source-driven philosophy of our Teaching California project, and shares some of the great examples that we’ve been incorporating in our content development.