Gilder Lehrman Center Teacher Resources
- Lincoln and the Meaning of Emancipation
The Gilder Lehrman Center and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, with funding from the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Foundation and the Mather Fund are pleased to announce a new teacher education initiative
- Middle Passages: A Shared History of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
Gilder Lehrman Center Hosts Teachers from Ghana in Summer Institute to Study the Transatlantic Slave Trade New Haven, CT.
- Citizens All: African Americans in Connecticut, 1700-1850
Follow the African American journey to citizenship and uncover paths that lead to current global issues and hometown stories of yesteryear. Visit the Citizens All website at http://www.yale.edu/glc/citizens/index.html.
- Connecticut National History Day
The Gilder Lehrman Center sponsors the New Haven regional competition for National History Day. For more information visit http://www.yale.edu/glc/nhd/.
- Slavery and Freedom in American History and Memory
The Gilder Lehrman Center, in partnership with ACES, the New Haven area's Regional Educational Service Center, has been awarded a three-year Teaching American History grant through the Department of Education to introduce New Haven area teachers to the history of U.S. slavery and its legacy. For program information and teaching resources, visit the program website.
- Online Features
The following online features are designed to introduce teachers and students to specific topics and documentary materials related to slavery and abolition.
- Document Library
A collection contains over 200 individual items, including speeches, letters, cartoons and graphics, interviews, and articles.
- Online Resources
A select, annotated list of useful online resources for teaching and research.
- PIER Outreach
The Programs in International Educational Resources (PIER) of the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies draw upon Yale University's extensive resources to develop and implement programs, services, and resources designed to advance understanding of international and world regional issues.