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State Humanities Councils

List of All State Humanities Councils

Selected Fellowship Opportunities

First Step Humanities Job Search Resources

Teaching Resources

  • Resources for studying the Mid-Atlantic region
  • Bibliography for New Jersey
  • Bibliography for New York
  • Bibliography for Washington, DC
  • Bibliography for Delaware
  • Lesson Plans from MARCH Summer Institute, 2004
    • Women’s Suffrage in New Jersey
      • lesson plan 1
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      • lesson plan 4
      • lesson plan 5
      • lesson plan 6
    • Walt Whitman
      • lesson plan 1
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      • lesson plan 3
      • lesson plan 4
      • lesson plan 5
      • lesson plan 6
      • lesson plan 7
      • lesson plan 8
    • Sense of Place
      • lesson plan 1
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      • lesson plan 3
    • Edgar Allen Poe
    • New Jersey
      • lesson plan 1
      • lesson plan 2
      • lesson plan 3
      • lesson plan 4

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