Teaching American History is hosting three multi-day seminars this fall. Each promises to immerse teacher participants in a long weekend of discussion and exploration in a specific topic in American history. Topics and locations include: Religious Liberty and the American Founding, October 7-9 in Washington, D.C.; The American Sense of Identity in New England: Late Colonial to the Early Federal Period, October 28-30 in Plainville, Conn.; and The Cold War in American History, November 4-6 in Simi Valley, Calif. During each seminar, a small group of teachers discuss and consider a specific era of American history with the guidance of a discussion leader. Through generous grants, the seminars are offered at no cost to American history teachers. Meals, materials, double-occupancy rooms, and historical site visits are 100 percent covered. At the end of each course, participants receive a letter of participation for 15 contact hours and a $600 stipend to cover travel costs. Go here to learn more and apply.