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Battlefields Educators

Make History Your Students' Favorite Subject

Explore our library of FREE resources to engage your students in American history like never before.

Become a Battlefields Educator

As an educator, you can make a big impression in leading young Americans to care about the history of the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, and the Civil War as well as the fate of the battlefields associated with these conflicts.

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Create your FREE Battlefields Educators account today. Use it to bookmark all of your favorite resources–keeping them just a click away when you need them. Visit your library anytime to access materials, create your own playlists to share them with others and more. Sign up for our monthly Battlefield Bulletin email series to stay in the loop on new classroom materials too. Click here to learn more about creating a Battlefields Educators account.

Events & Programs

Discover a wealth of resources to elevate your teaching journey and inspire your students’ passion for history. From major educator events to a grant program to unlock enriching field trip funding possibilities and so much more, explore the events and programs designed to bring more history to your classroom.

Screenshot of the animated map of 1865 conflicts
Women's History Month 2022 Social
A still from When Washington Walked Away from Power
Flag of the 4th USCT
Drummer at Camden Generations event
This is an image of Civil War Era currency.
Students on a field trip in Baltimore

Recommended Resources

Discover some of the latest and most valuable educator resources from the Trust's collection. Explore innovative tools, lesson plans and materials designed to enrich your teaching experience and captivate your students’ curiosity about history.

Ancestor Civil War Research
Naval Battle Between the United States & The Macedonian on Oct. 25, 1812, by Thomas Birch, 1813
Colorized image of Ulysses S. Grant