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Introduction to Archives (Key Stage 4)

Introduction to Archives (Key Stage 4)

Introduction to Archives (Key Stage 4)

Are you teaching the history of the British labour movement, including the suffragettes, World War I and the birth of the NHS?  If so, why not visit the Labour History Archive & Study Centre and access over 6,000 boxes of unique archive material.

Book an introductory workshop for your class to teach them how to use archives to research their coursework.

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