History Sites To Use With Students

  1. American Memory Project- This rich collection of primary source material from the Library of Congress incorporates documents, audio, video, maps, and photographs into forty online exhibitions.
  2. Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids- Ben Franklin serves as your guide to the Federal government--how to make laws, the branches of government, famous buildings, links to Federal Agencies and more!
  3. DoHistory.org- A site that shows you how to piece together the past from the fragments that have survived.
  4. Education 4 Kids- Offers on-line social studies drill games.
  5. Greatest Places Online- A virtual look at the most culturally and geographically diverse places in the world.
  6. History Net- Features articles and resources on world and American history, including eyewitness accounts, interviews, historic homes, and military history.
  7. National Geographic's Underground Railroad- Go back 150 years for an interavtive adventure on the underground railroad.
  8. The History Channel- Exhibits, discussion, and speeches.
  9. The National Women's Hall of Fame- Provides biographies of famous American women.
  10. TIME: The 100 Most Important People of the 20th Century- Leaders & Revolutionaries, Artists & Entertainers, Builders & Titans, Scientists & Healers, and Heroes & Inspirations.