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Looking for primary sources to use in your classroom? FRASER™, the Federal Reserve’s digital archive and library, has a large collection of primary documents with activities and lessons to bring history to life. For example, our new Great Migration lesson, aligned to C3 standards, allows students to view primary source survey materials from different perspectives.
Learn from this webinar how to access historic letters, maps, and government documents to illustrate specific events or larger trends. We will demonstrate how you can use FRASER in your classroom and introduce ready-made lessons.
The webinar is free, but registration is required by Oct. 18.
Questions? Email Scott Wolla at firstname.lastname@example.org.