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Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

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The Education Department of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library strives to cultivate a passion for history and to stimulate reflection and discussion about important historical issues. We are committed to reaching out into our community and to the world at large with history programming that preserves Woodrow Wilson's legacy and ideals of international cooperation, world peace, and informed citizenship.

2016-2017

 

Programs by Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

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Over There...Over Here. The Great War

This epic period in history comes alive as the Museum Educator uses artifacts and primary resources to tell the story of the Great War. Learn about...

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Professor, President, Peacemaker; Woodrow Wilson

Contributions made by Woodrow Wilson are still with us today.  As Professor, he created the liberal arts curriculum still used today.  He is the...

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Military Helmets in World War 1

As military technology has evolved, so have the helmets used to protect troops.  We will look at helmets used in World War l, from the British Mk.1...

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Woodrow Wilson and Slavery

World War I, the Federal Reserve, and… slavery?  When one thinks of Woodrow Wilson, slavery is rarely a part of the conversation, but did you know...

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More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Arts/Cultural/Museum

Contact

Emily Kilgore   ekilgore@woodrowwilson.org
20 N Coalter St
Staunton VA 24401
5408850897 x122
United States

Primary Disciplines

The programs of Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum cover:

Community Interests
Social Studies/History
Leadership
Collaboration

Awards, Quotes, Testimonials

"My students have a blast learning through the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library. The information is fun, engaging, and truly educational."