Last updated: October 18, 2017
Iolani Palace: TwHP Lesson
Why did Hawaii become part of the United States? How did Native Hawaiians respond?
Mary Ann Shadd Cary: TwHP Lesson
Were free African Americans, living in the United States before the Civil War, truly “free”?
African Burial Ground: TwHP Lesson
How do Americans show respect for the bodies and memories of the deceased?
San Antonio Mission: a TwHP Lesson
What is less well known outside the Southwest is that the Mission San Antonio de Valero--the Alamo--was only one of a chain of missions...
Forts at Old San Juan: A TwHP Lesson
These massive masonry defenses today exist as the oldest European style fortifications within the U.S.
War Relocation Centers: a TwHP Lesson
This lesson plan covers the war relocation centers that were set up under President Roosevelt during WWII.
Trail of Tears: a TwHP Lesson
The Trail of Tears National Historic Trail commemorates the removal of the Cherokee and the paths that 17 Cherokee detachments followed west
Brown v. Board: a TwHP Lesson
On May 17, 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court proclaimed that “in the field of public education ‘separate but equal’ has no place.”
Tonto National Monument: a TwHP Lesson
From about A.D. 1050 until approximately 1450, the Salado culture thrived in this valley where the Tonto Creek joins the Salt River.
Selma to Montgomery: a TwHP Lesson
This lesson explores some of the methods the State of Alabama used to prevent African Americans from exercising their right to vote.
Frederick Douglass Homes: a TwHP Lesson
By examining Douglass's life and three of his homes, you can discover how Douglass grew from an enslaved youth to an empowered statesman.