Harvest of History - Developed by The Farmers' Museum, is an interactive website and interdisciplinary 4th-grade curriculum dedicated to agriculture and rural life in New York State."
BBC - History for Kids
Cradle Of Civilization - Chaldeans of Beth Nahreen
Iraqwho - Contains a
few hundred pages of history covering 7000 years of civilization,
a thorough study of Iraqi culture and heritage...
History as it Happens -
CNN Student News - News for students, resources for teachers.
Ben's Guide - U.S.
Government Web Sites for Kids.
of Rights - On April 30, 1789, George Washington was sworn
in as the first president of the United States.
Canku Ota - A free,
bi-weekly, online Newsletter celebrating Native America, its
traditions and accomplishments .
Rider - Paul Revere's House.
See, Hear and Sing - Watch a movie, hear a song, play a tune from America's past
- A history of newspaper and magazine ads from mainly
US sources from about 1911 to 1955.
in America - The years 1450-1750 brought enormous
changes to the North American continent. The native Americans,
or Indians, as the Europeans came to call them, first
encountered European explorers...
- African American History Month - February is African American History Month.
of Imperialism - History of the United States during
the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Experience - Lost in the Grand Canyon.
History - The National Museum of American History
is one of the Smithsonian Institution museums located
on The Mall in Washington DC.
Indians of the Pacific Northwest - This digital collection
integrates over 2,300 photographs and 7,700 pages of text
relating to the American Indians in two cultural areas
of the Pacific Northwest, the Northwest Coast and Plateau.
Library - From the Library of Congress - Congressional
Records, American History, Historical Research, Children's
stories, American facts and more.
Memory Home Page, The - A gateway to rich primary
source materials relating to the history and culture of
the United States.
Variety Stage: Vaudeville and Popular Entertainment, 1870-1920
- A multiformat collection of selected materials from
the popular stage and allied arts.
Visions with Robert Hughes - Web companion to the
1997 PBS and BBC Television series on American art and
- American West
-A Presentation of the History and Development of the American West.
- American West Images
- American West Digital Images - Denver Public Library.
Story from America's Library - This Web site is brought
to you from the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.,
the largest library in the world and the nation's library.
- Ben's Guide to U.S.
Government for Kids - A site for Kids on GPO Access
provides a basic introduction to the Federal Government..
Confederacies, The - El Centro College.
Indians -Facts for kids.
Indians, The - Of Texas.
Labor in America 1908-1912 - 60 photographs by Lewis
W. Hine the investigative photographer who worked for
the Child Labor Beareau.
- Colonial Williamsburg
- History Organization.
of the Dream: Farmhouses in the Heartland - The rise
and fall of Midwestern farmhouses, and the literature
Highways - The Interstate and the Transformation of
Adventures with the Automobile - The "horseless carriage"
made its debut at Chicago's Columbian Exposition in 1893.
Historical Society - An online guide to over 300 years
of California History.
- Eiteljorg Museum
- Unique, one of two museums east of the Mississippi with
both Native American and Western art.
the West from Monticello - An Exhibition of Maps and
Navigational Instruments, on View in the Tracy W. McGregor
Room, Alderman Library, University of Virginia.
Tunes of the Old Frontier - A multi-format ethnographic
field collection of traditional fiddle tunes performed
by Henry Reed of Glen Lyn, Virginia.
- Great American Speeches - One
of the most comprehensive on-line collections of speech
texts of contemporary American History.
- History Globe.com - Develops and serves history Websites for educational
History Timelines ... The History Beat.
- I Hear America
Singing - A comprehensive multimedia history of American
- Ipl2 Pathfinders - special collections.
of the NorthEast - Iroquois.
West: An Electronic Field Trip from Colonial Williamsburg.
- Joe Hill -
In commemoration of Labor Day 2000, PBS presented the
story of Joe Hill, a labor organizer executed by the state
of Utah in 1915.
- KET - Kentucky's Underground Railroad
- companion web site to KET's documentary on the fugitive
slave movement in Kentucky.
- Kids Democracy
Project - Where visitors can take a kids tour of government,
follow the President for a day, and decide which election
issues are most important to kids.
College Library - Research Guides.
Adventures in Citizenship - On this site, kids can
explore the intriguing history of New York, do activities
to learn more about the history of their own towns..
- Legend of Steamboatin'
the Grand Old South - Enjoy the nostalgia of the Mississippi
paddlewheel steamboats and the Grand Old South.
- Lewis and
Clark - The companion Web site to the Ken Burns film,
'Lewis and Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery.
Village - A Mohawk Iroquois Village: An Exhibit at
the New York State Museum.
Historical Society: What I Did for My Summer Vacation.
- National Congress of
American Indians - Official site.
- National Museum of
the American Indian - Smithsonian Institution.
- National Women's History
Project,The - National Women's History Project: Originator
of Women's History Month.
American Nations - Information on individual native
Bark Canoes - The widespread Algonquian-speaking peoples
produced bark canoes in many shapes and sizes.
- NebraskaStudies.org - a resource for teacher, students and adults interested in Nebraska, its history, geography, culture and people.
- New Perspectives
on the West - The West offers the opportunity to take
a guided tour through the history of the American West...
China Game - Details the diplomatic breakthrough in
1972 that broke two decades of silence between the United
States and China.
For Ourselves Alone - Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan
B. Anthony helped to change the opportunities for women
in the 1800s, 1900s and today.
- Order in the
Court - An Electronic Field Trip from Colonial Williamsburg.
International Exposition - Images and descriptions
of the fabulous 1915 San Francisco worlds fair.
Photographs Collection - Contains approximately four
thousand images featuring American cityscapes, landscapes,
and group portraits. These panoramas offer an overview
of the nation...
- PBS Online: Yellowstone
- A Virtual Tour
- The True Story of the Baby on the Sacagawea Dollar.
- American Presidents: Life Portraits.
The - An index to the biographies of all presidents
of the United States of America, from 1789 to present.
- Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United
- By Popular Demand: Portraits of the Presidents and First
Day - Students across the county learn about the achievements
and contributions of the Presidents of the United States
Day - An Educational Virtual Museum for Primary Students.
of the United States - Office of.
Map Collection - Reconstruction and Expansion.
American Odyssey - Reconstruction and Its Aftermath.
Scare - An image database about the period in the
history of the United States immediately following World
War I. The dates are approximately from the Armistice
in November of 1918 to the collapse of hyper-inflation
The Overland Stage - Mark Twain begins his journey
in St. Joseph, Missouri, the starting point for the overland
route to Sacramento, California.
America's Treasures - Save America's Treasures is
a public-private partnership between the White House Millennium
Council and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Civil War Photographs - 1861 - 1865, collection contains
1,100 Civil War encampments, battlefields, and portraits
as captured by Mathew Brady and other photographers.
the Art of Knowledge - The skillful art of storytelling
is passed down from one generation to another by chosen,
recognized or hereditary storytellers.
American Experience - WayBack: US History for Kids.
Includes bios, games, quizzes...
- The Balch Institute
for Ethnic Studies - The Balch Institute for Ethnic
- The Border
- A new PBS series examining the history along the U.S.-Mexico
Oregon Trail - .Welcome to "The Oregon Trail"
web site--the award-winning story of the great western
journey. Enjoy the adventure!
- The New Jersey
Pilgrims' Route to Santiago through La Rioja. Spain
Kid Page - Here are some quick questions and answers
about the Timucua Indians.
- Today in
History - American Memory - Each day an event from
American history is illustrated by digitized items from
the Library of Congress American Memory historic collections.
- U.S. Army Center
of Military History - The Center of Military History
(CMH) is responsible for the appropriate use of history
throughout the U.S. Army.
- United States of America, USFlag.org -
A website dedicated to the Flag of the United States of
- US Mint's Site
for Kids - Designed to be a fun, educational tool
-- for students and teachers -- that generates interest
in coins, the Mint, and U.S. history.
History Place - U.S. Civil War 1861-1865 A Nation
Divided: an easy to use annotated Timeline of the Civil
War with many photos, historical documents, and interesting
Underground Railroad @ nationalgeographic.com
- U-505 | On-Line Activities
- Virtual Marching Tour of the American
Revolutionary War - The Philadelphia Campaign of the
American Revolutionary War.
Fargo - A history of this Old West company.
Fargo History Pages - Parts of Wells Fargo's heritage:
stories and art; documents and treasure boxes; and, of
- World History
- Find famous people, significant places and important
events in world history.
- PBS -
New Perspectives on THE WEST.
Women in History