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MERLOT II


    

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pretty interesting stuff

by Carol Hammond
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Description: This site includes a complete collection of historical documents that relate to the death of William Robinson in 1868. Robinson had settled on Salt Spring Island in the British colony of British Columbia a decade before his death as part of a contingent of Black Americans fleeing persecution and slavery in the years leading to the American Civil War. Visitors can look at the collection of archival documents to interpret the raw material of the past and to ask the larger questions like, how do we know what happened in the past?

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Edward S Curtis's North American Indian


Added 06/14/2007
Description: A digital collection of over 2000 images from The North American Indian by Edward S Curtis. Keyword searchable or browsable by subject. This collection of rare images could provide a starting point or contextual material for class discussions about racism, United States history, ethnic identity, etc.
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Computer Literacy


Added 06/15/2007
Description: A set of web based tutorials that cover the basics. A good supplement to a computer literacy course. Has some decent GIF animations, hands-on exercises, quizzes and a straightforward design.
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International News Links


Added 06/15/2007
http://www.inkpot.com/news/ online newspapers from around the world
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The Martha Ballard Case Study: A Midwife's Tale


Added 06/15/2007
Description: Based on a case of a tragic assassination of character in an 18th century New England town, this interactive site seeks to teach students how historians must piece fragmentray evidence together to reconstruct past events. It has them browse diaries, newspapers, and town records to decide for themselves what happened and with what justification. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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