History Sites To Use With Students
- American Memory Project-
This rich collection of primary source material from the Library of Congress
incorporates documents, audio, video, maps, and photographs into forty
- 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!
- DoHistory.org- A site that shows
you how to piece together the past from the fragments that have survived.
- Education 4 Kids- Offers on-line
social studies drill games.
- Greatest Places Online-
A virtual look at the most culturally and geographically diverse places
in the world.
- History Net- Features articles
and resources on world and American history, including eyewitness accounts,
interviews, historic homes, and military history.
- The History Channel- Exhibits,
discussion, and speeches.
- The National Women's Hall of Fame-
Provides biographies of famous American women.
- TIME: The 100
Most Important People of the 20th Century- Leaders & Revolutionaries,
Artists & Entertainers, Builders & Titans, Scientists & Healers, and Heroes