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All of the links in this section are open education resources that SNN has visited and reviewed. Most of the links are from federal government agencies and nonprofit organizations that manage libraries, museums, and galleries throughout the country. There are also international organizations included in the database, a database that will continue to expand as SNN reviews additional educational resources.

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Hampton History Museum
Hampton History Museum in Hampton, Virginia where NASA's Langley Research Center is located

Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum
Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri

Hawaii
official portal for the state of Hawaii; Honolulu (capital)

Heads Up - concussion prevention by the CDC
Heads Up concussion prevention by the CDC

Healthy Pets, Healthy People - CDC
Healthy Pets, Healthy People by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Heart Health
Heart Health - Go Red for Women (American Heart Association)

Heart Truth
The Heart Truth (National Institutes of Health)

Heinz History Center
Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan

Herb Block Foundation
The Herb Block Foundation - honoring the work of Herb Block, political cartoonist

Hermione Frigate 2015
Hermione Frigate - replica of French ship that brought Lafayette to the United States to assist George Washington in the Revolutionary War

High Museum of Art
High Museum of Art - Atlanta, Georgia

Hildene - Robert Todd Lincoln home
Hildene - Robert Todd Lincoln home - located in Vermont

Hispanic Access Foundation
Hispanic Access Foundation based in Washington D.C.

Hispanic Heritage Month
National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15- Oct. 15)

Hispanic Heritage Month (federal government)
National Hispanic Heritage Month website by agencies of the federal government

Historic Landmarks
National Historic Landmarks Program (National Park Service)

Holocaust Memorial Museum
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C.

Holocaust Museum Houston
Holocaust Museum in Houston, Texas

Homestead Act (primary source doc)
Homestead Act of 1862 enacted during Lincoln's first term in office to promote western settlement

Honey production
March 2016 report on honey production by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Hoover Dam
Hoover Dam - U.S. Department of the Interior

Hubble Space Telescope
Hubble Space Telescope - NASA and the European Space Agency, ESA

Hubble Space Telescope 25th Anniversary
Hubble Space Telescope 25th Anniversary

Hubble Space Telescope history
history of the Hubble Space Telescope, launched on April 24, 1990 (NASA)

Hungry Pests curriculum
Hungry Pests curriculum on 18 invasive species - U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, USDA

Hurricanes in history
Notable hurricanes in history beginning with the 1900 hurricane that devastated Galveston, Texas

Hyde Park - Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt
Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site in New York on the Hudson River (National Park Service)

   
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  • Remembering the people of D-Day as 75th anniversary nears Remembering the people of D-Day as 75th anniversary nears
    Jan. 11, 2019 - The 75th anniversary of D-Day is June 6, 2019. Student News Net will be posting a series of stories honoring people of D-Day. Fred Bahlau was a paratrooper with the 101st Airborne. He "dropped" behind enemy lines on D-Day.
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  • Rare 1943 copper penny could bring $200,000 Rare 1943 copper penny could bring $200,000
    Jan. 9, 2019 - In 1942 and 1943, copper was needed to make war materials. World War II (1939-1945) was raging. In the United States, millions of pennies were made by coating steel with zinc. The pennies were called steelies. A small number of copper pennies were made in error. In 1947, Don Lutes, Jr., a sixteen year old student in Massachusetts, received one. It was in his change after purchasing lunch at his high school cafeteria. That coin will go up for auction Thursday by Heritage Auctions. It could fetch more than $200,000.
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