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    C-SPAN Features Journal Divided on Class Episode

    “American History TV” on C-SPAN 3 featured an episode inside the classroom of House Divided Project co-director Matthew Pinsker. C-SPAN cameras followed Pinsker as he led a discussion about Abraham Lincoln and the election of 1860 for a class at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA. […]

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    Where can I find Images for Documentaries?

    Images are a critical part of any documentary. Listed below are several sites where you can find images to use in your documentaries. Selected Sites – Images for Documentaries Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Online Catalog – Visitors can quickly search the entire catalog […]

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    New Panel: What Would Lincoln Do?

    SPECIAL PANEL AT FORD’S THEATRE TACKLES QUESTION, “WHAT WOULD LINCOLN DO?”   October 15, 2013 Noted Lincoln historians and top-flight national policy experts debate how Abraham Lincoln gets used and sometimes abused by Washington policymakers as they invoke his legacy on behalf of their policy […]

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    Does House Divided have any sound effects available? (Updated)

    A key part of any documentary is the audio component. The following files are some of the sound effects from House Divided’s music library. This post provides an overview of other sites where you can download public domain music and sound effects. House Divided’s Music Library […]

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    Does House Divided have any public domain music available?

    A key part of any documentary is the audio component. The following files are part of House Divided’s music library. This post provides an overview of other sites where you can download public domain music.   House Divided’s Music Library Right click on the link […]

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    Where can I download music for Documentaries?

    While music is an important part to any documentary, it can be difficult to find free (and legal) music to download. Here are a few sites which have public domain music and sounds that you can download for free. Public Domain Music Musopen allows you to […]

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    Where can I upload a Video?

    Documentaries can be uploaded and shared from a number of different sites. While YouTube is the most popular, several other options are listed below. Uploading Video   TeacherTubeallows users to upload videos, documents, and photos for free. A FAQ is available here. Vimeo is a video […]

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    How can I edit the audio for Documentaries?

    A key part of any documentary is the audio component. While there are lots of free editing programs available , the House Divided project uses the two listed below. If you look for and download other free editing programs, be careful during the installation process to avoid […]

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    How can I create Documentaries?

    Documentaries can be a great multimedia project on a variety of subjects. There are a number of free programs available that make it relatively easy to put a video together, several of which are listed below. House Divided has created several documentaries that are online at […]

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    How Can I Use Internet Text Archives (Internet Archive)?

    The Texts section of the Internet Archive is a great resource for primary sources as they provide free access to books in the public domain that would not be in most library collections. This non-profit organization has partnered with a number of institutions, including Duke […]

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