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  1. The Ideals Guide to Presidential Homes and Libraries by Peggy Schaefer, 2002-06
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1. Hitchhiker's Guide To American History
Miscellaneous sites. Excellent sites that link to american history 102 1865 Present with primary sources relating to american presidential campaigns (including a wide variety of
Stanley K. Schultz, Professor of History
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Hitchhiker's Highlights

WWW sites sorted by their relation to topics covered in History 102 lectures
WWW sites sorted by their relation to identifications for History 102 exams
WWW sites sorted by general subject Add a Site to the Guide Online Books and Journals Miscellaneous Sites ... Subjects : Reconstruction, The "New South," The "Old West," The Gilded Age
: Labor Unions, Immigration, Great Migration, Populism
: The 1920s, Prohibition, Great Depression, New Deal, WWII
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: From Reconstruction to the Great Migration
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: From Populism to the Great Depression
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: From WWII to Vietnam African-Americans and Civil Rights Cultural and Intellectual Achievements Economics and Consumers Immigration and Urbanization ... Women and Feminism Hitchhiker's Highlights

2. Subject Research Guides: History - American And British: Sites Organized By Subj
access to presidential Libraries and other web links to sites dealing with presidentialElections and the Electoral College (american Memory project
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American Revolution via H-Net
- provides an online opportunity for interactive communications with scholars of the American Revolutionary period.

3. Kathy Schrock's Guide For Educators - American History
A categorized, annotated list of over 2000 sites to help educators, teachers, and parents enhance instruction and support the curriculum. Multnomah Country Library Homework Center american history sites information of songs to support the history curriculum arranged chronologically. presidential history Resources
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Abraham Lincoln Research Site

...a compendium of facts and snippets about the life of Abraham Lincoln
...a well-chosen list of links to support the teaching of American history; arranged by time period

Africans in America online documentary of "America's journey through slavery" including teaching resources
America in the 1930's

...a content-rich site that looks at the 1930's through films, radio, and many other forms of cultural expressions
American Civil War Home Page impressive number of links to Civil War information found on the Internet
American Cultural History: The Twentieth Century
...a fact-filled look at the culture of the 20th century with links to support the research process American Currency Exhibit ...view American currency by era, historical significance, artistry, and imagery American Experience: The Presidents ...a companion to the PBS series with extensive information about the 20th century Presidents American History Units ...links to sites to support the curriculum in the following areas

4. Web Sites For The History Profession | Organization Of American Historians
history Web Links. Journal of american history. Job Listings. Lectureship. Magazine of history. Mailing Lists Technological University history Site. The presidential Libraries IDEA
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5. Virginia History
documents, audio and video files, and other presidential sites are also List ofUS Presidents. but the town s prosperous period after the american Civil War
Virginia History Sites Colonial Civil War Miscellaneous Below is a list of Web sites about people, places, or events in Virginia's rich history. This list is by no means all that is out there. Many of these sites have links to other sites. Colonial Jamestown Society This site offers names of settlers of Jamestown, paintings depicting events there, a terrific quiz that can be taken online with immediate feedback. Great site! Monticello Home of Thomas Jefferson, our third president. Explore his daily life and his wide-ranging interests. Also, "A day in the life of Jefferson" Patrick Henry National Memorial Provides information about Patrick Henry, his home, and his legacy. Shirley Plantation Visit Shirley Plantation along the James River. Has a teacher resource that correlates to the Virginia Standards of Learning. Jamestown Rediscovery Project Jamestown Rediscovery is investigating the remains of 1607 Jamestown on the APVA property on Jamestown Island, Virginia. Find out what has been found, so far.

Today in history; american Treasures The The american Presidency Biographies -Grolier; POTUS - Presidents of the files, and other presidential sites are also

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7. Jensen's American Political History On-Line
recommended) american economic history by Harold Underwood Faulkner (1960), solid old textbook. presidential. Basic facts Guide to campus WWW sites and distribute it to students
American Political History On-Line
by Richard Jensen, June 2004
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    • Political Research Guide by Richard Jensen, but more general than this one
    • Search the WWW
    • GOOGLE recommended as best of the search engines; caches items that others have been erased
    • America: History and Life Abstracts of 400,000+ history articles from ABC-CLIO; 1950-present; campus subscription required (check with Librarian) recommended some of the major journals are available online in JSTOR or Project MUSE
    • Ingenta search (or purchase) scholarly articles recommended
    • Infotrac Searchable index and (often) full text of scholarly journals; campus subscription required
    • JSTOR complete text online of all articles; also includes major journals in political science, economics, demography; free access if your school subscribes. List of JSTOR schools
      recommended American Historical Review 1895-1996 recent issues online at History Cooperative ; American Quarterly 1949-1995; Journal of American History 1964-1996; recent issues online at History Cooperative ; Mississippi Valley Historical Review 1914-1964; Journal of Economic History 1941-1996; Journal of Military History 1989-1998; Military Affairs 1937-1988; Journal of Negro History 1916-1998; Journal of Southern History 1935-1996; Reviews in American History 1973-1994; William and Mary Quarterly 1892-1996 [coverage to 1820]; also American Journal of Political Science 1973-2000; Midwest Journal of Political Science 1957-1972; American Political Science Review 1906-1998; Journal of Politics 1939-1998; Political Science Quarterly 1886-1997 Journal of Political Economy 1892-2000;
  • 8. American History Before 1860
    the Presidents of the United States. Texts of Important presidential Speeches. EARLY COLONIZATION Civil War Papers sites. US Civil War Generals. american history Subject Guide 1860
    Kingwood College Library
    TABLE OF CONTENTS American Music to 1900 Collections General Info Historical Documents ... 1860 to Present
    IMPORTANT HISTORY COLLECTIONS The History Indexes selected here are similar to what we have done on this page. They represent 'links to the best links' selected by organizations or university libraries. They collect some of the best sites on the Internet - ones that give reputable information. The History Net

    History and Historiography from Carnegie Mellon U

    Yahoo - Social Science:History:Indices
    Other Library Guides from Kingwood and Montgomery Colleges
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    History from the Revolution to 1900 History of the U.S. of America Time Line of U.S. History American Memory Search Screen ... U.S. Census Bureau Home Page
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    Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States.

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    OTHER presidential AND history sites. Offering a variety of courses,lectures, and special events that complement The american Presidency. .

    An educational institution in the United States devoted to the study of the presidency, government, and politics. The Avalon Project at the Yale Law School
    Provider of digital documents relevant to the fields of law, history, economics, politics, diplomacy, and government.
    Constitutional amendments concerning the Presidency:
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    25th Amendment UVA Miller Center A non-partisan research center at the University of Virginia that studies the national and international policies of the United States, with a special focus on American presidents and the presidency. THE PRESIDENT'S JOB Executive Orders (Dwight D. Eisenhower to William J. Clinton)

    10. DeskRef: Sources For Quick Answers: Biography_and_History/History/American_Histo
    for the Study of american history Arranged by The following biographical sketchesof America s founding fathers files, and other presidential sites are also
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    • AMDOCS: Documents for the Study of American History - Arranged by era and sorted by author. pop (Added: 24-Apr-1999 Hits: 949 Rating: 7.40 Votes: 5) Rate It
    • Colonial Hall: Biographies of America's Founding Fathers - The following biographical sketches of America's founding fathers are taken from the 1829 book, Lives of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence, by the Rev. Charles A. Goodrich. Some editing has been done including an effort to modernize the spelling. (Added: 24-Apr-1999 Hits: 300 Rating: Votes: 0) Rate It
    • Founding Fathers: Delegates to the Constitutional Convention - For a short biographies of each of the Founding Fathers who were delegates to the Constitutional Convention, select the names or the states below. ( * indicates delegates who did not sign the Constitution) (Added: 26-Apr-1999 Hits: 339 Rating: Votes: 0) Rate It
    • POTUS: Presidents of the United States - In this resource you will find background information, election results, cabinet members, notable events, and some points of interest on each of the presidents. Links to biographies, historical documents, audio and video files, and other presidential sites are also included to enrich this site.

    11. African American History Month Presidential Proclamation 2002
    NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE W. BUSH, President of the United States of two, and of theIndependence of the United States of America the two Visit Our Other sites.
    Help Celebrate African American History Month and the Legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. For Immediate Release
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    February 2, 2002 National African American History Month Proclamation
    National African American History Month, 2002
    By the President of the United States of America
    A Proclamation During these extraordinary times, America looks forward to new challenges and opportunities with a reinvigorated sense of unity and common purpose. We are a strong and vibrant Nation, thanks to the creativity, fortitude, and resilience of people of every race and background. During National African American History Month, we celebrate the many achievements and contributions made by African Americans to our economic, cultural, spiritual, and political development. In 1915, Dr. Carter Godwin Woodson founded The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. Through that Association, he began pressing for the establishment of Negro History Week as a way to bring national attention to the accomplishments of African Americans. He hoped to neutralize the apparent distortions in Black history and to provide a more objective and scholarly balance to American and World history. Dr. Woodson's dream became a reality in 1926. He chose the second week of February for the observance because of its proximity to the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass, two individuals whom Dr. Woodson felt had dramatically affected the lives of African Americans. And in 1976, the Association succeeded in expanding the observance, which then became Black History Month.

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    13. American History From 1865
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    • Alexander Graham Bell
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      • Leonard Bernstein Collection
        This collection "makes available a selection of 85 photographs, 177 scripts from the Young People's Concerts, 74 scripts from the Thursday Evening Previews, and over 1,100 pieces of correspondence." Part of American Memory
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    The Gulf War Panama and Nafta 1992 presidential Election Afterword A Outlineof american history Contents. Links to other internet sites should not be
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    15. White House Studies: Abraham Lincoln Historic Digitization Project - Features: "
    (Features presidential sites ). with voters over a century ago, his experiencescan shed new light upon this important period in american history as well.
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    ABSTRACT The Abraham Lincoln Historical Digitization Project produces Lincoln/Net (, a free-use World Wide Web site that presents primary source materials from Lincoln's Illinois years together with interpretive materials discussing his life and context. OVERVIEW In 1860, Lincoln's Republican Party handlers presented him to the American people as a "representative man" who had shared experiences like westward migration, manual labor, and limited schooling with a majority of American voters. Just as Lincoln's life resonated with voters over a century ago, his experiences can shed new light upon this important period in American history as well. Lincoln/Net uses Lincoln's remarkable biography as a lens through which to examine and interpret social, cultural, and political life in his Illinois surroundings during the decades before the Civil War. This period informed Lincoln's presidency. As a resident of a northern state with a large population of southern-born citizens and southern sympathizers, Lincoln brought a finely honed appreciation for the delicacy of sectional politics to Washington. As an early member of the Republican Party, he brought a keen awareness of the abolitionists' agenda and impatience along as well. As a native of a border state, he aimed his wartime policy toward keeping states like Kentucky, Missouri, and Maryland in the Union and out of the Confederacy. As an attorney and Whig, Lincoln brought an abiding, and almost mystical, love of the Union to the White House.

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    american history links to historical sites, presidential homes, reenactments,and history links from the Revolutionary War to the Civil War.
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    American History links to historical sites, presidential homes, reenactments, and history links from the Revolutionary War to the Civil War. Polls, Historical non fiction and fiction, Kids' Korner, newsletter. Submitted by: historyauthor (Added: Sun Sep 29 2002 Hits: 64 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0) Visit this link Add to Favorites Rate Modify... Try your search for History Comes Alive at: Search Chat Clubs Events News ... LOGIN Help build the largest Christian directory on the web. Submit a Site P R A I Z E Become an Editor Sponsors: Audio/Video Bible Books Church ... Praize Shopping Mall - Christian music, books, videos, gifts and more... Address Book Auctions Bookmark Books ... Contact Us New on Questions or Comments?

    17. USCWC -- Index Of Civil War Information Available On The Internet
    of the USA and CSA presidential Documents Forts Historical Parks Historic sites Managementand and Learning The Gilder Lehrman Institute of american history.
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    To read about the Civil War, go to Civil War Information. To find indexes, databases, and other resource material to find information, go to Civil War Resources. Civil War Information Abolition and Slavery
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    18. The American Civil War Homepage
    contains photos of many battle sites) David Rumsey of the Confederacy Images of AmericanPolitical history Map of the 1864 Union presidential Election Gettysburg
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    "Fellow citizens, we cannot escape history."
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    Music of the Civil War Era
    2nd South Carolina String Band
    Band Music from the Civil War Era (from the Library of Congress)
    Music of the American Civil War
    The Civil War Music Site
    Poetry and Music of the War Between the States
    Historic American Sheet Music: 1860-1869 (from Duke University)
    Civil War Poetry and Music
    The Civil War Music Store
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    19. Presidential Celebrations
    Point Presentations on the two presidents are available on individual computers. Two highly awarded sites created by american history teacher, Roger
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    updated for the web February 25, 2000
    February is the month we celebrate presidential birthdays and begin looking at AMERICA’S ROAD TO THE MILLENNIUM. Each president played a role in shaping America’s history. Studying their lives and times gives a panoramic view of America as it grew from a colony to agricultural nation to world power. The following sites will highlight some of the events and decisions that helped shape the journey.
    *** PRESIDENT’S DAY: An Educational Virtual Museum For Primary Students
    Sheila Simmons, Penryn Elementary School District, designed this wonderful easy to read, illustrated Washington and Lincoln virtual museum site for elementary students. Teachers will find President’s Day Activities , recommended books ( Literature ) , and a Bibliography . Power Point Presentations on the two presidents are available from the author " to be shown to a whole class, utilized in a computer lab, or viewed on individual computers." Two highly awarded sites created by American History teacher, Roger Norton, on Lincoln can be reached using Student Activity-One: Comparing Washington and Lincoln . Scroll down to An Overview of Lincoln or to Abraham Lincoln A Timeline to locate detailed information on Lincoln’s life and extensive information on his death. If you are studying Abraham Lincoln or the Presidential Assassinations these are MUST sites. Middle school students can use these sites independently. Younger students may need some help.*** (This site was revised February 25,2000. There are some changes. However, they appear to be minor and should not create a navigation problem ).

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    source documents on Presidents and the american Revolution. websites for teachingUS history and social and video files, and other presidential sites are also
    Contents BMHS Catalog MVLC Catalog Databases Curriculum links ... Famous Speeches Assignments Student resources Teacher Resources Billerica Memorial High School LMC Social Studies and History updated March 8, 2004 General curriculum links for your research in Social Studies, government and history courses at BMHS. Sources include primary source documents, audio and video clips. Making of America A digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction. The collection is particularly strong in the subject areas of education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science and technology. The collection currently contains approximately 8,500 books and 50,000 journal articles with 19th century imprints. History Virtual Library at U Kansas U.S. History overview. General world history and U.S. History links.

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