Learning Exercises

73-96 of 144 results for Learning Exercises by William Paquette

Crisis at Fort Sumter goes through the process followed by President Lincoln as he deceided whether or not to attack and... see more

Uncle Tom's Cabin created great controversy at the time of its publication arousing passions above and below the fabled... see more

The Valley of the Shadow offers a rich collection of primary sources associated with "The Eve of the War," "The War... see more

Africans in America traces slavery in the United States from 1450 to 1865, using historical narratives, images,... see more

This site provides an analysis of the French Canadian-Indian raid on Deerfield in 1704 from the perspective of five... see more

This site provides an introduction to the Salem Witch Trials. It includes materials (both print and video) about Salem,... see more

Brown v. Topeka is one of the most significant Supreme Court Cases in the 20th Century. Fifty years after the decision... see more

The site offers primary sources including photographs, audio recordings, and contemporary newspaper and magazine... see more

A study on the reasons why and the results of the Great Internal Migration of African-Americans from the South into... see more

The creative time known as the Renaissance flourished in Florence under the leadership of the Medicis. This site examines... see more

The Tudors reigned in England from 1485-1603. This was a time of many transitions in English history. The reigns of Henry... see more

The Middle Ages covers almost one thousand years of history. This site focuses on famous people of the period, warfare... see more

In the 1920s the American textile industry moved south to avoid unions demanding higher wages, shorter hours, and better... see more

This interactive site deals with a sensational 19th century ax murder by Lizzie Borden of her parents, Andrew Jackson and... see more

The site permits visitors to unwrap a virtual mummy. Viewers can choose procedure, reconstruction, or Quicktime Movies.... see more

An interactive site offers an introduction to Egyptian death rituals including how a mummy is made. Other features... see more

Provides a variety of resources to learn about aspect of Ancient Egyyptian Civilization. Course: Western Civilization see more

The Cold War dominated world politics from the end of World War II until the fall of Communism began with the tearing... see more

The Library of Congress "On the Homefront" offers original posters from World War II illustrating five different way... see more

Tradition stated that "the sun never set on the British Empire." Great Britain's colonial empire was the world's largest.... see more

Operation Overload, the invasion of Normandy by the Allies, led to the ultimate collapse of Nazi/Fascist Europe. see more

A recreation of an 1879 Karl Marx Interview with the Chicago Tribune. Course: Western Civilization/Russian History see more

Since the end of World War II, the Republic of South Africa has transformed from a white supremacist republic to a nation... see more

The Marshall Plan not only rebuilt Europe but stopped the spread of Communism. This assignment is based upon a Library of... see more