Learning Exercises

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The movement of Indian civilization from the Indus River Valley to the Ganges River marked a distinctive shift in the... see more

William Dean Howells and Mark Twain were two of the Gilded Age authors of the greatest importance. Howells was related to... see more

The Cave of Chauvet-Pont d'Arc offers the user insight into the prehistory of France and the people who lived there. see more

This site explores both the traditional and contemporary versions of the Japanese art know as Ukiyo-E. see more

Susan B. Anthony was a leader in the movement to get women the right to vote. She was placed on trial because of her... see more

Andrew Johnson was impeached for breaking laws established by a Radical Republican Congress that opposed Johnson as... see more

The events at Haymarket are a major event in the movement for Unionization. This site examines the positions for both... see more

The Triangle Fire was a shocking event that stunned the nation and forced employers to review safety conditions in... see more

Ancient Athens changd the function and meaning of a city. Four main functions became the norm for western cities. These... see more

Alger Hiss worked for the State Department. He was arrested for spying for the Soviet Union during the Truman pesidency.... see more

The Scope Trial dealth with the issue of teaching evolution in public schools. The issue remains unresolved. Course: U.S.... see more

The Democratic Convention in Chicago in 1968 became a violent encounter between Anti-Vietnam War protesters and the... see more

The My Lai Trail represents circumstances in which American soldiers went to far against a perceived enemy. This site... see more

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

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

The Parthenon Marbles are the subject of international controversy because of the ownership question. Do they belong to... see more

In the 19th Century Lord Elgin removed the Marbles atop the Parthenon on the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. The Marbles are... 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

Joan of Arc was and remains a figure of historical curiosity. She was not canonized until the 19th century. France had... see more

Martin Luther, a priest, defied the Pope and demanded clerical reforms to save Catholicism. This site deals with his... see more

The Trial of Giordano Bruno raised the question of whether the Roman Catholic Church during the era of the Reformation... see more

Charles I of England, Scotland, and Ireland was a strong believer in the Divine Right of Kings and came into conflict... see more