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This is a free textbook that is offered by Amazon for reading on a Kindle.  Anybody can read Kindle books—even without a... see more

This unique interactive website works with maps and globes to transform pupils’ understanding of the world. Winner of a... see more

A multi-media presentation of three key Medieval thinkers, Anselm, Aquinas, and Roger Bacon.

Bruce Hartzler (Agora Excavations) has delivered from Athens a stunning set of additions to his ongoing electronic... see more

Mission US is a multimedia project that immerses players in U.S. history content through free interactive games aimed at... see more

This site presents a collection of materials on British cultural history in the Victorian period with a focus on the... see more

A multi-media primary source website embodying and explaining the work papers of nineteenth century seafarers on British... see more

This site offers a spectrum of resources on Social Studies topics. It can be used to motivate students interest on... see more

Fully interactive site designed for teachers and students to teach US and World History. Site includes quizzes, puzzles,... see more

This online textbook contains short articles on each major deity, hero, monster, etc., in Greek mythology. The text is... see more

This website was designed as a guide to a PBS series on Napoleon. It is probably most useful to teachers, as it contains... see more

This is an extraordinarily rich collection of primary sources that deal with various aspects of U.S. foreign relations... see more

NebraskaStudies provides students, teachers, and others interested in the history of the Great Plains region access to... see more

This is an extensive and important portal site for medieval studies. It lists sites under the following headings:... see more

This site provides an introduction to the Great Depression of the 1930s and the New Deal. It includes lesson plans, ideas... see more

NewseumED is a K-12 (Standards-aligned/Common Core) cross-disciplinary resource for (History-Journalism-First Admendment)... see more

This is an online edition of Scottow’s popular tract, published in Boston in 1691, based on the first edition. Later... see more

This site is a compendium of original materials and links to outside resources, "written and maintained by medieval... see more is an ever-growing website on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) US history, produced... see more

The Paris Codex is a digitally reproduced version of an ancient Maya book. Pre-Columbian Maya texts are called codices or... see more

Based on a rare book exhibit at the Canadian National Library, this site presents an account of the the human side of the... see more

In the field of history, the Web and other technologies have become important tools in research and teaching of the past.... see more

This site presents the history of postwar Germany through famous pictures and brief English explanations of four... see more

A collection of World war II posters from the National Archives and Records Administration