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Explorers Theme Page. A set of links that provide instructional material covering curriculum content, tutorials, lessons, and basic information--all which are directly related to the study of explorers. First Americans for Grade Schoolers. First Nations Histories. Basic information on the history, culture, and language of each of the 48 Native American tribes.

Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad. Timeline, character sketches, quiz, crossword puzzles, and lots of activities about Harriet Tubman. Includes sections on spies, grief, patriotism, religion, education, petticoats on pedestals, music and poetry, hard times at home, refugees, Yankees at the doorstep, slavery and freedom, and the end of an era. Historic Valley Forge. The story of the six-month December 19, to June 19, encampment of the Continental army under the command of General George Washington.

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Innovative Teaching. Interactive Timeline of Colonial Era. Jamestown Online Adventure. Students assume the role of the Captain of the Jamestown Colony and have a copy of the London Company's Instructions to help guide them.

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Kid Info - The American Revolution. Lewis and Clark Expedition. Details the journey of Lewis and Clark including timelines, biographical information, and maps. Manifest Destiny: Clash of Cultures. The discovery of gold in Georgia led to a push to displace the Native people who lived there. Monticello, Home of Thomas Jefferson.

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National Park Service: Links to the Past. Explore America's cultural resources - buildings, landscapes, archeological sites, ethnographic resources, objects and documents, structures and districts. Native Americans in North Georgia. Oregon Trail. Pirates, Privateers and Buccaneers Theme Page.

This CLN Theme Page brings together curricular resources for students and instructional materials for teachers who are interested in learning more about this topic. Pony Express. Revolutionary War at History Central. Site offers information on the major events leading up to and continues through the course of the American Revolutionary War. Revolutionary Web Quest. Samuel Slater. Signers of the Declaration of Independence. Southeast: The Choctaw. Spy Letters of the American Revolution. Gallery of letters, stories of spies and letters, secret methods and techniques, people of the revolution, routes of the letters, and a timeline.

Tracks: Impressions of America. This lesson studies early United States territorial expansion and examines how westward movement of the pioneers affected the American Indians. Trail of Tears - North Georgia History. Between and the population of Georgia increased six-fold causing Georgians to take Native American lands and force them into the frontier. Underground Railroad: An Interactive Journey. National Geographic--interactive journey through the Underground Railroad, following the slave route, exploring hiding compartments, meeting slaves, and reviewing a timeline.

US Defense Department-Spies. Voyage of Exploration: Discovering New Horizons. A platinum ThinkQuest award winner, this web site includes a database of explorers, descriptions of types of navigation, as well as sections devoted to Discovering New Horizons and Why Explore? Westward Expansion. Multiple links to a wide array of sites that cover nearly every aspect of westward expansion in America. Women in the American Revolution. Glossary, resources, and activities dealing with the lives of 26 women who were influential people during the American Revolution. This area contains information pertinent to the role of women during WW II.

World War I Document Archive. An extensive archive of primary source documents oriented towards the political and military aspects of the war. Well organized by year and nation. World War II Documents. From Nazi-Soviet relations to the Pearl Harbor hearings, this site contains thousands of full-text government documents related to the war. Documents, histories, and narratives from the Holocaust that were used for identification in the trials.

December Holidays. Across Cultures--a collection of ten activities from Education World on holidays in December, all appropriate for middle school classrooms. Earth Calendar. This web site is intended to extend inspiration and education about the geographically diverse regions and cultures. Internet Public Library — Our World. KidLink MultiCultural Calendar. Included in the files are unique ways our KIDLINK kids are celebrating their country's holidays and festivals, including recipes for holiday foods, historical background, significance of the holidays, and the special ways in which holidays are observed.

Library of Congress. Multicultural Education and Ethnic Groups. An introduction to the resources on the Web concerning multicultural education and diversity. World Cultures and Geography. World History and Civilizations. Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. History Globe. You can identify your own choice of locations, add comments, create a map of them, and make it available on the Internet. Google Planimeter. Measures areas; click on three points on a map, and the planimeter connects them in a triangle and computes the area.

Click on additional points, and the triangle expands into a many-sided polygon and then recomputes the area. A Lesson in Topographical Maps. This lesson is designed to guide students through their observations and inferences, from concrete experiences using three- dimensional models to developing, interpreting, and evaluating topographic maps. From Geographic.

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Library of Congress - Geography and Map Division. Map Collection. Quality resources for both teachers and students: image library, online lessons, revision notes, and even geographical jokes. Map Machine. Maps that Teach. Free comprehensive set of maps and map games to help students learn US and world geography, including a variety of interactive maps that show the countries and capitals of a continent or region--Asia, Africa, South America, Austronesia, Europe, Middle East or Central America.

National Atlas. National Geographic Index of Map Resources. Map Puzzle. World Gazetteer. Provides a comprehensive set of population data, summary maps, national flags, and related statistics. World Time Zone Map. Compass Tag. Lesson in which children play a game using the cardinal directions to locate different objects around the classroom. Planning a Road Trip. State Regions - Fact Monster. Backpacking Through Europe.

An eight week unit designed for elementary students to learn about about England, France, Germany, and Italy. Enchanted Learning - Geography. A collection of geography pages, printouts, and activities for students listed by continent and other geography topics. Kids Click! Stately Knowledge. These web pages will help students find out the basic facts of any state in the Union, including Washington, D. Library of Congress Country Studies. Series presents a description and analysis of the historical setting and the social, economic, political, and national security systems and institutions of countries throughout the world.

Six Billion Human Beings. From the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, an online presentation and a student interactive learning experience on the impact of continued population expansion on our planet. Tracks Tracks. A multimedia learning resource to help students explore American history and geography as they travel through time and across the country.

America's Library. Around the World. Designed for grades 3 - 5, this lesson helps students learn that the world is made up of regions that are very different from each other in terms of climate, geography, animal life, and culture. Glacier National Park. Language of the Land. The exhibit's four regional sections feature the voices of writers deeply rooted in a particular place. Great Lakes. While not free, the resources offered here are extremely well suited to the required curriculum of intermediate level students.

Designed for collaborative or independent learning, the 35 activities cast the students as researchers who use geography to solve real-world problems. Education World. Five Themes of Geography and Current Events. Students will use the five themes of geography: 1 location, 2 place, 3 human interaction and the environment, 4 movement and communication, and 5 regions and any media source--TV, radio, newspaper, magazines, etc.

Basic facts about the relationship between people and their environment or how they work together. African American Periodicals, African American Periodicals, , features more than periodicals by and about African Americans. African History and Culture, Imprints from the Library Company of Philadelphia Includes fully cataloged and searchable books, pamphlets, almanacs, broadsides and ephemera covering the history, peoples, and social and economic development of the African continent from the 16th century to the early 20th century.

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Works are in English or in English translation. Covering a wide range of topics from slavery and abolition to love and death, this collection provides a unique portrait of early America through the reflections of African-American poets during the 18th and 19th centuries. Afro-Americana Imprints, Afro-Americana imprints, is a searchable collection of over 12, works, including books, pamphlets and broadsides, and many lesser-known imprints, and presents a record of African American history, literature and culture. Age of Exploration is available to authorized IU Bloomington users on or off campus.

Ageline is available to authorized IU Bloomington users on or off campus. Ageline An online database containing detailed summaries of publications about older adults and aging, including books, journal and magazine articles, research reports, dissertations, and videos. Agricultural and Environmental Science Database Collection of resources related to environmental science, engineering, biotechnology, bacteriology, atmospheric science, ecology, and biology.

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America in World War Two Digital access to oral histories, correspondence, diaries, photographs, artifacts, and military records relating to military personnel and civilians during the Second World War. America's Historical Imprints This resource offers more than , early American books, pamphlets, broadsides and rare printed materials. America's Historical Newspapers Digital archive of 1, American newspapers published between and , representing every state in the U.

American Broadsides and Ephemera, Series I, Full-color digital facsimiles of 18th- and 19th-century American ephemeral publications broadsides, ballads, programs, sermons, libretti, etc. American Drama is available to authorized IU Bloomington users on or off campus. American Drama Contains more than 1, dramatic works from the early eighteenth century up to the beginning of the twentieth century.

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American Poetry Features works of more than American poets, along with six landmark anthologies of American poetry. The database gathers the works of the most influential American poets as well as lesser known poets, from the Colonial period to the early twentieth century. American Slavery Collection, is available to authorized IU Bloomington users on or off campus. American Slavery Collection, This collection include books, pamphlets, graphic materials, and ephemera; among them are a large number of Southern imprints relating to the topic of American slavery.

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