Library of Congress in Selective ColorImage by kimberlyfaye via Flickr

Searching the Library of Congress has been a frustrating experience for me. This session was an introduction to their new search tools. They have added browse by topic on the site to make searching easier. There are some specific subjects to begin with to see certain collections. Visit the teacher's page to begin your adventure. Start with a search going to Themed Resources/Baseball below the picture click on Primary Source Sets. Now you have a wealth of resources for this topic. At the top of this baseball page, there is a teacher's guide which provides some lesson plan ideas as well. If you have not visited this site in a while, it would be worthwhile to try again.
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