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A herd of wildebeests races across the grasslands of the Serengeti.

Photograph courtesy National Geographic Television

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Genographic Project Education
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Genographic Project Education

Find educator resources related to human origins, ancient and modern human migrations, where our early human ancestors came from, and how genetic markers are used to reconstruct the routes by which different groups of humans migrated around the world.

  • Best for: Grades 6+ (ages 11+)
  • Concepts: cultural legacy, dna, genes, genetic markers, genographic project, haplogroups, human migrations, human origins, indigenous cultures, mutations, national geographic explorers, preservation
Genographic Project: Educator Discount
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Genographic Project: Educator Discount

Find information about the educator discount for National Geographic's Genographic Project Public Participation Kit. Trace your and your students' deep ancestry—the ancient genetic journeys and physical travels of your distant relatives.

  • Concepts: cultural legacy, dna, educator discount, genes, genetic markers, genographic project, haplogroups, human migrations, human origins, indigenous cultures, mutations, preservation
Irish Diaspora
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EDUCATION

Irish Diaspora

The Irish Diaspora stretches from Newfoundland to New Zealand. Trace the community's complex history with this lovely map.

  • Best for: Grades 3-12 (ages 8-18)
  • Concepts: 19th century, human migrations, ireland
First Wagon Train Sets Off on the Oregon Trail
Historic Article
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First Wagon Train Sets Off on the Oregon Trail

On May 16, 1842, a group of more than 100 pioneers left Elm Grove, Missouri, on the 3,500-kilometer (2,200-mile) Oregon Trail.

  • Best for: Grades 4-11 (ages 9-17)
  • Concepts: human migrations, missouri, old west, oregon, oregon trail, routes