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Civic Season Guide For Students and Teachers

Civic Season Guide For Students and Teachers
Less than 30 minutes

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New American History

We support everyone engaging in the Civic Season! Join our team at New American History as we explore local museums and historical sites, share and engage in dialogues both face to face and online, and encourage others to become a part of America’s future via civic engagement and exploration of the past as we prepare for the future. For educators, more content is available here for use in classrooms and summer programs.

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A Bridge to the Past: Sangamon Historical Society

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Civics Unplugged Community Picks

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