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Not Just For Social Studies Teachers

Today-in-History PAGE of SCOPE SYSTEMS. ..... HISTORIC EVENTS & BIRTH-DATES, The ANYDAY Page,  Link to page where you can select Any Date.

Lesson Plans for Social Studies Teachers ..... Dr. Marty Levine, Professor of Secondary Education, California State University, Northridge (CSUN), has gathered lesson plans and resources from the Internet which social studies teachers will find useful.

440 International ..... A "What Happened Today" site

Holidays on the Net ..... Your Source for Holiday Celebrations on the World Wide Web

Kentucky Atlas and Gazetteer ..... Find out anything you might need to know about KY..Take a virtual tour of the state.

Jalan, Your Virtual Tour of Japan ..... Glimpse the exquisite beauty of Japan's countryside. You can almost taste the salty ocean air or feel cherry blossom petals settle on your palm with JALAN's pictorial guide.

Geography & History Homework Helper ..... About fifty links with some of the best being the following:Geopediaź-(Geopedia Online contains key information on every country of the world. Each country profile provides facts and data on geography, climate, people, religion, language, history and economy making it ideal for students of all ages),USA History, The Postcard Geography Project, Geffrye Museum (Period room displays from 1600 to 1950), History & Geography Resources for Teachers,The Great Globe Library(this is great for science too),The History Net, The History Channel Classroom, Search Argos(The search engine of the ancient world) and The Ancient World

The Smithsonian Institution Home Page ..... Take a tour of the Smithsonian.

Discovery Online ..... Really not just for Social Studies teachers. There are many ever-changing links dealing with every subject.

World History:HyperHistory ..... 2'000 files covering 3'000 years of world history. Click at any button on the left Menu Panel.

Virtual Tourist Pre-Home Page ..... This is the Virtual Tourist, your geographical guide to the Web! VT was formerly two services, each serving a different purpose:The Virtual Tourist is a map-based directory of all the WWW servers in the world, operating in close association with W3C's Master Web Server Directory. The Virtual Tourist II was a map-based guide to local and regional information on the WWW. It is no longer in service, but the full content of VT2, including a new map-based interface, can now be found in City.Net.

Recalling the Twenties ..... This page was created as a class project for tenth graders in a U.S. Cultures II class at Eastern Lebanon County High School. The objective of this project was to develop a better understanding of the Roaring Twenties. The students were asked to write newspaper articles as if they were living in the Jazz Age. Students researched important topics of the 1920's, including the Red Scare, the Scopes "Monkey Trial," and the Flappers. This page contains the newspaper the students created and also includes many interesting links to other pages devoted to the Twenties.

U.S. State Facts ..... A quick and easy way to find each State's, capital, nickname, bird, flower and when admitted to the Union.

The Christian Catacombs of Rome ..... This site is intended for people who wish to deepen their knowledge of the Christian Catacombs of Rome and of the Church history in its origins. The site provides extensive material, in separate sections, dealing with this fascinating and largely unknown topic.

Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation ..... Founded by Steven Spielberg in 1994, Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to videotaping and archiving interviews of Holocaust survivors all over the world. Interviews are catalogued and archived using breakthrough digital technology and will be made available via on-line, interactive networks to museums, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations and through educational documentaries, books and CD-ROMs. Working with the world's leading Holocaust museums, educators, archivists, documentary filmmakers and with Holocaust survivors, the Foundation is compiling the most comprehensive library of survivor testimony ever assembled.

History Timelines on the Web ..... Many interesting sites. Includes: America, Places, Global, Cultural and Resource.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum ..... Get passes to the museum, Access Museum Resources, Learn about eh Holocaust and Learn about eh Museum are just a few of the links on this page.

Adventures in South America ..... This site is inspired by journeys to some of the most stunning places in the world. "Visit" Cuzco-Capital of the old Inca Empire, The Inca Trail-The sacred path to Machu Picchu, Machu Picchu-The most beautiful place on Earth, Tambopata-Hot wet jungle, monkeys and all, Lake Titicaca- A lake with some strange inhabitants

Martin Luther King Scavenger Hunt ..... This site allows students to learn about MLK through a scavenger hunt on the net.

VOTE.COM ..... A web site that lets you vote for things that you feel are important.

Traveler's Home Page ..... (A different Traveler than me.) A great site about Scotland .

Today in History-What happened on this date. ..... What happened on this date in history. What famous people are having birthdays today? Each day this site is updated to show what important things happened.



Ancient Egypt Links ..... A simple page with about twenty-five links to other pages dealing with Ancient Egypt

The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World ..... Although most people know that a list exists of the Seven World Wonders, only few can name them. The list of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was originally compiled around the second century BC. Find links, pictures and info about, The Great Pyramid of Giza, The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, The Statue of Zeus at Olympia, The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, The Colossus of Rhodes, and The Lighthouse of Alexandria. This site also has Forgotten, Modern and Natural Wonders.

Pompeii links ..... A number of links related to Pompeii, with lots of information and images, are available on the World Wide Web.


Cleveland Museum of Art Rosetta Stone Exhibit ..... We have a lot of cool things for you to do here, from pages to color to making a cutout figure of a Pharaoh. We even have a little quiz - nah - it'll be fun. For example, did you know some Pharaohs were women? There are a lot of other things to learn - like what they did to make mummies and how they built the pyramids.

Exploring Ancient World Cultures ..... An Introduction to Ancient World Cultures on The Web.

Online Medievel and Classical Library ..... The Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL) is a collection of some of the most important literary works of Classical and Medieval civilization.

NOVA Online/Pyramids ..... The Inside Story

K. Douridas ..... Regions of GREECE: MAPS

Ancient Greece ..... Twenty to Thirty links about Ancient Greece. Includes Myths, Philosophers, Guide to Athens and more.

Medieval Sourcebook ..... A very well organized page all about the Middle Ages.

Link to Egypt ..... Includes History of Egypt,Monuments, Rulers, Mythology and a virtual Musuem of Egypt.


History Happens ..... Stories from America History on Music Video.

The History Place ..... An ever changing site with great links.
Some of the links found are:
The Presidents Trivia Game ..... After playing the game, be sure to also see ,He Said What?, Chronological List of Presidents, The Job of the President by Kenneth Mayer,and National Renewal

The Presidents of the United States ..... Bio's on every President.

American Memory From the Library of Congress ..... American Memory consists of primary source and archival materials relating to American culture and history. These historical collections are the key contribution of the Library of Congress

The Atomic Duty of Bill Bires ..... This is a short history of Pvt. Bill Bires' military duty with Co."A" 231st Engineer Combat Battalion from Ft. Lewis, Washington. Co. "A" was assigned temporary duty at the Atomic Test Series, Buster-Jangle in the Nevada desert, in the fall of 1951.

The History Net-Where History Lives on the Web ..... Features a site of the week but also has Archives to search. Archives broken up into : World History, American Histroy, Civil War, Personality Profiles, Great Battles and more!

Siege and Battle of the Alamo ..... A short article telling the events of The Alamo.

REmember the Alamo ..... This is page introduces some of the people who fought in the Battle of Alamo.

Remember the Alamo (Chapter Book) ..... 18 chapters that you can read online.

Westward HO! ..... Load those wagons........kiss the kin goodbye.........get ready for adventure, drama, comedy, tragedy, and fantastic learning as we hit the Oregon Trail and head out west! Back for its ninth year, this simulated journey allows classes to travel the trail as part of the Westward HO! Wagon Train. In classrooms across the country, collaborative families, based on real families from America's past, make daily decisions (travel and fate scenarios are provided by the project moderators) that will influence their safe arrival in Oregon.

The 1920's Experience ..... It was a time of conservatism, it was a time of great social change. From the world of fashion to the world to politics, forces clashed to produce the most explosive decade of the century. It was the age of everything, and you'll find [almost] everything here.

The American Revolution Project ..... This project is the result of 7th grade students learning to use the Internet as both a resource tool and as a publishing medium

My Histoy is America's History ..... Welcome to our front porch, where you can exchange family stories, explore the nation's past, and make your story part of the American heritage we all share.

The American Memory Page ..... From the Library of Congress contains a number of exhibits pertaining to American history.

American Presidents ..... Grolier's look at American presidents and the presidency. Very complete, well-organized, lots of good information.


Abraham Lincoln Online ..... Links about Lincoln include: Lincoln This Week, Monthly Quiz, Speeches/Writings, Historic Sites, Lincoln Resources, Lincoln's Thinking, News and Events, Lincoln Mailbag, Index to Links, Lincoln Book Talk, and Lincoln Bookshelf

The History Place-US Civil War 1861-1865 ..... Civil War Timeline and Photos
Jump To: Fort Sumter Attacked - First Bull Run - Shiloh - Second Bull Run - Antietam - Fredericksburg - Chancellorsville - Gettysburg - Chickamauga - Chattanooga - Cold Harbor - March to the Sea - Lee Surrenders - Lincoln Shot

Welcome to the U.S. Civil War Center! ..... The goals of this site is to "To locate, index, and / or make available all appropriate private and public data regarding the Civil War." and "To promote the study of the Civil War from the perspectives of all professions, occupations, and academic disciplines"

Selected Civil War Photographs Home Page ..... Photos by Mathew B. Brady also A Time Line of the Civil War.

Virginia's Civil War From Page One Inc. ..... Over twenty links to pages dealing with the war in Virginia.

Lincoln's War Cabinet ..... Explore each of Lincoln's Cabinet member plus links to many other Civil War pages.
Civil War @ Charleston ..... A site devoted to the history and heritage of the American Civil War in and around the City of Charleston, SC

Gone with the Wind ..... GONE WITH THE WIND is a historical epic film of the War Between the States and Reconstruction. If you're a teacher who is interested in using this film and you would like these pages to edit and print as your own, they are all available here.

American Civil War Resources page. ..... The American Civil War Homepage gathers together in one place hypertext links to the most useful identified electronic files about the American Civil War (1861-1865).


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