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  • 13 Original Colonies
    The history of the original 13 colonies is a tangled tale indeed. There are many ways to view the events and, in hind sight, it is easy to think you understand.

  • American Memory
    Special collections of documents and images from the Library of Congress have been digitalized and organized into these online exhibits: The African-American Odyssey ;Baseball Cards ; Early Motion Pictures ; Lincoln manuscripts ; papers of Bell and Morse ; Presidential Papers; Spanish-American War motion pictures ; and many more being developed.

  • American Memory
    American Memory is a gateway to rich primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States.

  • American Memory
    American Memory is a gateway to rich primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States. The site offers more than 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical collections.

  • American Revolution.org
    American Revolution Educational History and Genealogy of the late 1700s.

  • America's Story
    America's Story from America's Library" wants you to have fun with history while learning at the same time. We want to put the story back in history and show you some things that you've never heard or seen before. The stuff you see comes from the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. The Library is the largest in the world and has millions of amazing things that will surprise you.

  • Americas Story
    Digital library and learn all about American history and culture.

  • Archiving Early America: Historic Documents from 18th Century America
    The main focus is primary source material displayed digitally. A unique array of original newspapers, maps, and writings come to life on your screen just as they appeared to our forebearers more than 200 years ago.

  • Aztecs for Children
    Learn about the proud Aztecs.

  • Ball Game.org
    An Online Journey into the ancient spectacle of athletes and gods.

  • California History
    Designed by a teacher for those interested in California history. All state facts with photos. Synopsis of history from sixteenth through nineteenth century and links to find more historical information on the history of the Gold Rush, missions, Transcontinental Railroad, redwoods, and other California history interest sites. Suitable for student reports.

  • Civil War for Kids
    Timeline, graphs, maps, biographies of Civil War leaders, and printable activity sheets.

  • Civil War in Louisiana
    Between April 17,1862 and May 18, 1864 20 major Civil War battles and engagements were fought in on Louisiana soil. Lives were upturned and destroyed. Tragedy and bravery gave way to bittersweet success and failure grand beyond imaginings.

  • Colonial Currency
    This site provides images and information about colonial currency.

  • ConstitutionFacts.com
    Get To Know The Most Important Legal Document Ever Created! At Constitutionfacts.com you'll see the entire text of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence - and much more! You'll find interesting insights into the men who wrote the Constitution, how it was created, and how the Supreme Court has interpreted the Constitution in the two centuries since its creation.

  • Discovery of Cinematography
    Complete History of the Discovery of Cinematography

  • Early American History
    Explore The Amazing World of Early America. Here at Archiving Early America, you will discover a wealth of resources -- a unique array of primary source material from 18th Century America.

  • Encyclopaedia of the Orient
    History, people, and country information from the Orient

  • Flagstaff History For Kids
    This exploration of Flagstaff history focuses on life from a child's perspective. Read and enjoy.

  • Florida History
    In 1540, Spain explored America for a northern passage to China to trade the gold plundered in Mexico and Peru. Trails were followed which we use as highways and railroads.

  • Fort McHenry
    Everything you want to know about Fort McHenry, its place in history, the national anthem, the flag, and more.

  • Froebel Foundation USA
    The Froebel Foundation USA was established as a 501c3 nonprofit organization in January 2001 to promote the educational ideas of Friedrich Froebel to the world at large and preserve the history the U.S. kindergarten movements.

  • Fun Social Studies
    This site aims to provide a child friendly environment for learning social studies.

  • Hall Kids History
    Find all Kid's Books on History, Historical Fiction, Reference Nonfiction, Exploration and Discoveries

  • Helping Your Child Learn History
    We hope to encourage children to love history and to enjoy learning about it. This booklet is a tool you can use to stimulate your children's active involvement in the history that surrounds them every day.

  • History for Kids
    Historyforkids! is a new service for kids, parents and teachers.

  • History Guide
    Provides a thorough guide for studying history. Includes transcripts of lectures in anicent, medieval, and modern European history as well.

  • History of the American Flag
    The flag is the symbol of our national unity, our national endeavor, our national aspiration. The flag tells of the struggle for independence, of union preserved, of liberty and union one and inseparable, of the sacrifices of brave men and women to whom the ideals and honor of this nation have been dearer than life.

  • History Timeline
    History timelines of America in the 20th century. Has many pictures, events, and summaries for each decade in the twentieth century.

  • Holiday Origins in America
    Holidays are days people can spend time together, commemorate notable occasions, and celebrate joyous events. Americans are unique from the rest of the world in several ways with regards to holidays.

  • HyperHistory
    HyperHistory presents 3'000 years of world history with a combination of colorful graphics, lifelines, timelines, and maps.

  • Introduction to Colonization
    Learn about the hardships the colonists faced and how the three groups of colonies progressed!

  • Jamestown Colony Timeline
    A fourth-grade class displays their history timeline of the settlement at Jamestown with their own illustrations.

  • Kids British History
    Great British history Website suitable for kids.

  • Kids History
    A place for kids to explore and learn about American History.

  • Links to the Past
    America's culture resources landscapes, archeological sites, objects and documents, structures and districts.

  • Massachusetts Historical Society
    The Massachusetts Historical Society (MHS) is a major research library and manuscript repository. Its holdings encompass millions of rare and unique documents and artifacts vital to the study of American history, many of them irreplaceable national treasures.

  • Mayan Culture, Oddities and Games
    Mayan Culture, Oddities, and Games

  • Mr. Lincolns White House
    The Tours of Mr. Lincoln's White House deal with specific historic events or recurring activities at the Executive Mansion. Future tours will deal with events such as President Lincoln's Second Inauguration and activities such as a Presidential levee.

  • My History Is America's History
    My History Is America's History contains a variety of links to other websites and references to resources available through government, nonprofit, and commercial entities.

  • Native Americans
    Grade schoolers work puzzels and play cards to learn about Navajo, Creek, Tlingit, Sioux and Iroquois.

  • Nebraska Studies
    Nebraskastudies.org is a resource for teacher, students and adults interested in Nebraska, its history, geography, culture and people. We feature lesson plans, video, and primary source historical documents.

  • Pages through the Ages
    Eplore the geography, government, daily life, religion and technology of ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome.

  • Pennsylvania Civil War Discovery Trail
    The Pennsylvania Civil War Discovery Trail is one of the experiences that lets your family share a spirit of history, learning, and exploration. Discover the battlegrounds of Gettysburg, where some of the most important turning points of the Civil War took place.

  • President's Day
    The original version of the holiday was in commemoration of George Washington's birthday in 1796 (the last full year of his presidency). Washington, according to the calendar that has been used since at least the mid-18th century, was born on February 22, 1732.

  • Revolutionary War Documents
    Revolutionary War Documents - these links lead to historical maps, letters and other documents

  • Revolutionary War Sites
    Revolutionary War Sites - These links lead to Revolutionary war historical sites.

  • RMS Titanic. Destination . . . Cyberspace
    The Titanic departed from Southampton, England, on her first and only voyage Wednesday, April 10, 1912. She was the largest ship ever built at the time, reaching three football fields in length and twelve stories high. Visit this site to learn as much as you can.

  • Schools History
    This site provides Online History lessons, easy to access background material, GCSE revision tasks and downloadable resources for teachers.

  • Social Studies for Kids
    Social studies articles, illustrated and easy-to-read, facts and games...

  • The American Revolution
    Short lessons complete with timelines, activities, and related quizzes.

  • The HistoryNe
    The HistoryNet - Where History Lives on the Web.

  • The History Place
    U.S. and World history. Historical places listed by state. Pictures of Presidents.

  • The Library of Congress
    The Library of Congress Home Page provides information about United States history, culture and more.

  • The Oregon Trail - History
    Welcome to "The Oregon Trail" web site--the award-winning story of the great western journey. Enjoy the adventure!

  • Today in History
    Each day an event from American history is illustrated by digitized items from the Library of Congress American Memory historic collections.

  • Uncle Sam
    The American symbol, its origin, and history in US culture.

  • US Flags
    The 50 states and their capitals and a lot more information about US State's.

  • Welcome to Chinese-American History
    Timeline of and information on Chinese-Americans from 1848 through 1995, including a number of original historical documents.

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  • History Happens
    History Happens is a collection of music videos about American history for teachers, students and family education and entertainment.

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