Past Conferences

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  • 1995 – Colonial Williamsburg
    • The Future of the Past
  • 1996 – The Library of Congress, Washington, DC
    • Advancing History Education in American Schools
  • 1997 – Lake Geneva, WI
    • Preparing Knowledgeable and Effective History Teachers
  • 1998 – The National Museum of American History, Washington, DC
    • Kids Learning History
  • 1999 – The National Museum of American History, Washington, DC
    • Kids Learning History II
  • 1999 – Cincinnati, OH
    • The 3rd Kids Learning History Conference
  • 2000 – Sacramento, CA
    • New Ideas in K-16 History Education
  • 2001 – The National Museum of American History, Washington, DC
    • Teaching the Presidency in History
  • 2002 – Saratoga Springs, NY
    • Discovering History: Peoples, Places, Documents, and Artifacts
  • 2003 – Los Angeles, CA
    • History & Biography: The Individual and Historical Changes
  • 2004 – St. Louis, MO
    • Exploring in World History: Commemorating the Anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
  • 2005 – Pittsburgh, PA
    • Conflict and Cooperation in History
  • 2006 – Austin, TX
    • The Americas in World History
  • 2007 – Colonial Williamsburg
    • Expanding Horizons: Individuals and Their Encounters with the New
  • 2008 – Louisville, KY
    • Leadership in History
  • 2009 – Boston, MA
    • Revolutions in History
  • 2010 – San Diego, CA
    • Crossroads of Peoples and Places Over Time
  • 2011 – Charleston, SC
    • The Causes and Consequences of Civil Wars
  • 2012 – Kansas City, MO
    • Reading the Past: Literature and Literacy in History
  • 2013 – Richmond, VA
    • Emancipation & Human Rights in History
  • 2014 – Albuquerque, NM
    • New Frontiers
  • 2015 – St. Augustine, FL
    • Encounters in History
  • 2016 – Niagara Falls, NY
    • Crossing Borders
  • 2017 – Atlanta, GA
    • Histories Seen and Unseen
  • 2018 – San Antonio, TX
    • Myth, Memory, and Monuments
  • 2019 - Washington, DC
    • Exercising Power: Individuals and Institutions in History


About NCHE

The National Council for History Education provides professional and intellectual leadership to foster an engaged community committed to the teaching, learning, and appreciation of diverse histories.