A History Guide: Students can watch a short animated play that explores the use of the discipline known as "history".
Name: Freedom: A History of US Brief Description of the Site: Based on Joy Hakim's critically acclaimed book this PBS television series come with a remarkable web site to study American history. The site follows the series sequence and is divided into "Webisodes". Access to the book and the series would be nice
The History of Halloween A serious orange and black background complete with bats and jack-o-lanterns gives this site the proper feel. Students can explore the history of this holiday and also find out how it is celebrated in other countries. Ghost stories, historic haunts, cut outs, and recipes
TimeMaps uses map based timelines to guide users through world history. Included are maps for every nation, empire and civilization shown at a world, continental or regional level. A monthly newsletter contains complimentary lesson plans, history teaching resources, games, news,
A virtual look at a wide ranging mix of art and artifacts that visually represent Puerto Rico's culture and history. With thematic overviews of everyday life on the island, music, families, and religion along with many useful educational extras that
Stellar collection of U.S. history content, lesson plans, best practices
Dressed to the Nines, A History of the Baseball Uniform An exhibit from the Baseball Hall of Fame traces the evolution of the baseball uniform and accessories from the early 1800s. The site includes a searchable database of uniforms and teams as well as providing educational activities. National
Name: History of Jamestown Brief Description of the Site: The Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities provides this online history of Jamestown with information on topics from the Virginia Company to archeological research. It includes recent discoveries. In the Exhibits section, there is a