Historic Annapolis hosts Teachers’ Night Out throughout the year. Visit our sites and our partner sites to learn more about the history of Annapolis and Maryland. Past programs have included visits to the Museum of Historic Annapolis, William Paca House and Garden, Hogshead, Annapolis Maritime Museum, and Banneker-Douglass Museum.
Please contact Mary-Angela Hardwick, Vice President of Education and Interpretation for more information about these events at email@example.com.
Little Known Facts about the Declaration of Independence
Flag of the USA – Thirteen Colonies, John Shaw Flag, modern Flag
Founding Freedoms Curriculum Guides – How have the founding documents shaped the United States of America
"Find the Founders" Map Activity
Our Beginnings: 1650-1800
Colonial Williamsburg Historic Trades
Constitution Center – Interactive Constitution
George Washington’s Mount Vernon
George Washington’s Mount Vernon: Intertwined Podcast
Museum of the American Revolution: Revolution Around the World
Reginald F. Lewis Museum: Freedom Bound Exhibit
Changing Times: 1800-1900
The American Civil War Museum: Walk Through the War
Banneker Douglass Museum: Virtual Tour
National Museum of Civil War Medicine
United States Naval Academy Museum
Toward Equal Justice: 1900-1970
Anne Arundel County African American Heritage & History
National Center for Civil and Human Rights: Virtual Tour
National Civil Rights Museum: Resources for Exploring and Understanding Civil and Human Rights
The Power of Change: 1970-Present
Annapolis Maritime Museum: Virtual Resources
National Park Service Chesapeake Gateway
United States Naval Academy Museum: Ability, Not Gender
Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College
Chesapeake Crossroads Heritage Area
Maryland Center for History and Culture
National Museum of African American History and Culture Learning Lab
National Park Service: Junior Ranger Online
Teachers, we hope you will connect with us so we can assist you in providing an enriching education for your students.
Join us for our popular Virtual Lecture Series! Historic Annapolis brings history into your living room with this Zoom webinar series offering a wide range of topics and lecturers.
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For questions and inquiries, please contact Mary-Angela Hardwick, Vice President of Education and Interpretation at firstname.lastname@example.org.