Historic preservation provides the context for education and learning. — Eugene Cizek, "Why Historic Preservation?" 1997
Adding the study of local cemeteries to the school curriculum can provide students with new insights on many topics such as history, immigration, settlement patterns, social issues, architecture and design.
- Ann Palkovich, "Teacher's Corner: Exploring Historic Cemeteries" AnthroNotes, Volume 20 No. 2 Winter 1998.
- AnthroNotes: Museum of Natural History Publication for Educators.
- USGS Education Site
- Oregon Cemeteries Cemetery Education Month
- History Matters: Designed for high school and college teachers of U.S. History courses.
- Do History: A site that shows you how to piece together the past from the fragments that have survived.
- At the English Heritage site at http://www.english-heritage.org.uk, click on "Education" for new ideas for Kids programming.
- An Australian Site: http://www.teachingheritage.nsw.edu.au/
Opening quote: Eugene Cizek, "Why Historic Preservation?" Louisiana Buildings 1720 – 1940: The Historic American Buildings Survey. Poesch, Jessie and Barbara SoRelle Bacot, editors. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1997.