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History Resources


Unfortunately, Google discontinued their Timeline search (much to the dismay of many teachers!) however you can used the advanced search to limit time periods (as well as search for media, .pdfs, .docs, etc.). Enter your search term into Google, then click on the cog > Advanced Search to enter your terms.   I also found this while looking around: http://www.historyworld.net/timesearch/ 




Primary Sources and Research



Canadian History





Sources of Images






To Categorize

American History Lessons lessons that use primary sources developed by local teachers

National Archives gateway for resources about primary sources, activities and training for educators and students
American Memory from the Library of Congress catalogs maps, manuscripts, movies, photos and more
Not for Ourselves Alone: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony- classroom activities, articles, historic documents, and web links
EASE History is a rich online environment that supports the learning and teaching of US History. Hundreds of historical videos and photographs are currently available in EASE History
National Museum of American History- Smithsonian's History Explorer is a Web site being developed by the National Museum of American History in partnership with the Verizon Foundation to offer free, innovative online resources for teaching and learning American history.
In Motion: The African-American Migration Experience- This exhibit was created by the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture at the New York Public Library. For each migration there are background resources, images, articles, maps and detailed lesson plans. Flash is required.
The Avalon Project- A good source for Primary Sources.
The New York Times Teacher Connections- offers lesson plans and educational news
Animated Atlas - Traces the growth of the United States
C-Span Classroom
Holocaust Movie Clips produced by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology
It's No Laughing Matter: Analyzing Political Cartoons from Library of Congress
Historical Maps from Perry-Castaneda Library
Remembering Pearl Harbor from the National Geographic website


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