Teachers gather at the Byrne-Reed House for the Austin workshop. Workshop participants at the Region 14 Education Service Center in Abilene. Teachers gather at the Region 2 Education Service Center in Corpus Christi. Workshop participants at the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. Workshop participants at Region 7 Education Service Center in Kilgore. Michael Les Benedict, professor emeritus of history at The Ohio State University, speaks about Reconstruction in Corpus Christi. Benedict also participated in the Abilene, Austin, Dallas, and Kilgore programs. Michael Les Benedict leads a discussion in Dallas of political cartoons and historical documents related to Reconstruction. Daina Ramey Berry, associate professor of history at The University of Texas at Austin, speaks in Corpus Christi about slavery. She also presented at the Austin program. Daina Ramey Berry and a group of teachers in Austin analyze documents such as the Three-Fifths Compromise and the Fugitive Slave Act of 1793. H. W. Brands, the Dickson, Allen, Anderson Centennial Professor at The University of Texas at Austin, discusses the Civil War at the Byrne-Reed House. H. W. Brands leads a discussion about the Emancipation Proclamation. Albert S. Broussard, professor of history at Texas A&M University and a former Humanities Texas board member, shares insights on slavery. Broussard participated in the Dallas and Kilgore programs. Albert S. Broussard shares historical documents, such as runaway slave advertisements, with a group of teachers in Kilgore. Daniel Feller, professor of history at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, discusses secession in Corpus Christi. Feller also served on the faculty of the Abilene, Dallas, and Kilgore workshops. Daniel Feller and a group of teachers discuss sections of the Constitution related to slavery at the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. George B. Forgie, associate professor of history at The University of Texas at Austin, speaks in Austin about secession. George B. Forgie analyzes texts related to secession, such as Texas's Declaration of Secession and Lincoln's First Inaugural Address, with teachers in Austin. Donald S. Frazier, professor of history at McMurry University, speaks in Abilene about the Civil War. Donald S. Frazier and workshop participants examine a letter written by a Civil War soldier. Carey H. Latimore, associate professor of history at Trinity University, shares insights on slavery at the Abilene program. Carey H. Latimore and a group of teachers in Abilene analyze speeches given by African Americans in the nineteenth century. Eric Walther, professor of history at the University of Houston, discusses the Civil War at the Houston program. Eric Walther leads a discussion of the Gettysburg Address and Lincoln's Inaugural Addresses. Jennifer L. Weber, associate professor of history at the University of Kansas, discusses the Civil War in Dallas. Weber also participated in the Corpus Christi workshop. Jennifer L. Weber leads a group of teachers in analyzing the Emancipation Proclamation and other important documents of the Civil War.