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Extractions: Teaching American History FY 2003 application update! The Teaching American History Grant program is a discretionary grant program funded under Title II-C, Subpart 4 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. The goal of the program is to support programs that raise student achievement by improving teachers' knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of American history. This page last modified November 29, 2002 ( sbw
Teaching The JAH Current Feature Nick Cullather , Damming Afghanistan Modernization in aBuffer State, Journal of american history 89 (Sept. 2002), 51237. http://www.indiana.edu/~jah/teaching/
Extractions: W. Fitzhugh Brundage, "Meta Warrick's 1907 'Negro Tableaux' and (Re)Presenting African American Historical Memory," Journal of American History, 89 (March 2003), 1368-1400. As the twentieth century began, African American artists and intellectuals struggled with the challenge of how to portray black life in the United States without giving in to either sentimentality or racial stereotypes. W. Fitzhugh Brundage, in our featured article, looks at how one black sculptor, Meta Warrick, took on this challenge by creating a set of historical tableaux for the Jamestown Tercentennial Exposition in 1907. In this installment of "Teaching the JAH
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Extractions: 1997 and will remain under major construction for quite a long time... These pages of (mostly) song lyrics owe their existence to an American Studies class taught by Dr. Heiner Bus at Johannes-Gutenberg- University , Mainz, Germany in the mid-1970s. While going through my collected papers these days, I was struck by the sheer number of song lyrics pertaining to the various stages of American history which had been collected by Dr. Bus and ourselves (his students) at that time and since a lot of these papers became yellowed and faded over the last 20 years, I decided to preserve them, transcribe them into HTML-format and eventually include them all on these pages. All material on these pages is presented for the purpose of study, research, and critical analysis, only.
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Extractions: The art and science of cryptology has driven the work of NSA since its inception. The Center for Cryptologic History (CCH) is responsible for NSA's Cryptologic History Program, the object of which is to preserve the institutional memory of NSA and to document the role of cryptology in American history. The CCH has produced many informative publications about American cryptologic history. It has also gathered significant original documents from the VENONA project and the Cuban Missile Crisis which have been declassified and released. The Center holds a biennial symposium on Cryptologic History, inviting academia and historians to present papers and panels on a wide range of cryptologic history topics. Follow the Drinking Gourd Cryptology has always been part of the fight to preserve freedom. One of the most inspiring stories is the creation of slave quilts in the early and mid-1800s. Secret messages embedded in the quilts assisted slaves from the South in their efforts to escape to freedom in the North. Also see African-American Cryptologists SIGSALY Secure Digital Voice Communications in World War II Korean War 50th Anniversary (1950-1953) Commemoration (2000-2003) In honor of the commemoration of the Battle of Midway, June 3-6 1942, NSA has prepared a new brochure describing the contributions of cryptology to the success at Midway.
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Extractions: African Americans in the Sciences The Past: "What Has Happened Before?" Profiled here are African American men and women who have contributed to the advancement of science and engineering. The accomplishments of the past and present can serve as pathfinders to present and future engineers and scientists. African American chemists, biologists, inventors, engineers, and mathematicians have contributed in both large and small ways that can be overlooked when chronicling the history of science. By describing the scientific history of selected African American men and women we can see how the efforts of individuals have advanced human understanding in the world around us. Alphabetical Index to the Profiles Listed in "The Faces of Science: African Americans in the Sciences"
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Extractions: Welcome to the AAED Web site! This is a unique organization comprised of distinguished individuals from virtually every facet of the dental profession. Our members are educators who share a common interest in esthetics and excellence in the quality of patient care. Some of them are dedicated to academics full-time, while others are involved in continuing education, research and development. This diverse, multidisciplinary group meets once each year to share ideas and learn from one another. It is a collegial and friendly atmosphere underscored by mutual respect and admiration. AAED in the Media: See Dr. Ronald Goldstein's interview given at the 2002 Joint Meeting. Click here to view the videostream of the interview. Notice AAED makes no warranty, guarantee or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information posted herein, and AAED assumes no responsibility or liability regarding the use or misuse of such information. Nevertheless, AAED retains the right to remove posted messages or other materials that it believes are not in the best interests of the AAED.
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