Learning Exercises

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In the 1960s Civil Rights was an explosive movement. The Mississippi Burning Trial represents the violence associated... see more

The Rosenbergs were convicted of giving to the Soviet Union the knowledge to built the atomic bomb. This site examines... see more

The American Flag has become a more important symbol to the people of the United States since the events of September 11,... see more

Socrates was one of the Ancient World's most famous philosophers. This site attempts to unravel the controversy... see more

Kwame Nkrumah was the first leader of modern Ghana. His tenure brought significant change to the former British colony... see more

This PBS website offers students the opportunity to better understand the circumstances which led to Great Britiain... see more

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

The Plymouth Archive is a collection of searchable texts including court records, colony laws, 17th century journals and... see more

This site contains information about the March 25, 1911, fire in the New York City factory of the Triangle Shirtwaist... see more

This site focuses on the arachaeological work at the Colonial Jamestown settlement as Virginia prepares for the 400th... see more

An engrossing web site that allows students to study artifacts found at Harappa in the Indus Valley in India. The site... see more

Lowell, Massachusetts was the site of the first textile mills constructed in the United States in the first half of the... see more

The site depends exclusively on Harper's Weekly for the material relating to the impeachment and trial of President... see more

An extensive collection of information in a range of categories about Great Britain during the Victorian Era. Course:... see more

An extensive collection of contemporary resources describing Britain during the Victorian Era. Course: Western... see more

Great Britain experienced two revolutions that would forever change that nation. The first was in agricultural and the... see more

In the 1920s the American textile industry moved south to avoid unions demanding higher wages, shorter hours, and better... 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 Middle Ages covers almost one thousand years of history. This site focuses on famous people of the period, warfare... see more

The circus was once a cultural icon of the United States providing an entertainment for both large and small communities.... see more

The Cultural Map of Hellas provides students with the opportunity to visually explore the culture of ancient Greece.... 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

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