The Mountaintop Project is a multi-year effort to restore Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello as Jefferson knew it, and to tell the stories of the people—enslaved and free—who lived and worked on […]
On June 5, 2017, James Madison’s Montpelier opened The Mere Distinction of Colour, a groundbreaking exhibition on slavery. The culmination of nearly two decades of historical and archaeological research, this […]
The Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership (JTHG) has announced the creation of the National History Academy, a 5-week summer residential camp where high school students will have the opportunity to learn by experiencing American history in the places where it happened.
The National History Academy promises to be a life-changing experience for the high school students who participate. Our goal and expectation is that for the rest of their lives, participants […]
The National History Academy is an important initiative to address the current crisis in teaching and learning about American history. A recent report by the National Assessment of Educational Progress […]