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This seminar considers difference and sameness as they have been conceived, e...

This digital collection presents primary sources from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libra...

Review of Virginia's past from 1000-1655

Presentation of 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th and 6th amendments Appreciation of how the U.S. Constitution prot...

Seminal work of Frederick Jackson Turner famed for the Western development as an explanation of Amer...

This is an archival film collection with feature films, documentaries, and animated stories. Educati...

Thesis written for employment by the great Machiavelli, treating foreign policy as his treatise.

The British Library App for Ipad allows readers to access material on the 19th Century.

Free textbook, available through Amazon, includes the US Constitution (no Amendments).

Divided into thirteen categories, the Jewish Virtual Library’s contents are an educational tool, pri...

College-level open source US History survey textbook. This site covers content from pre-Columbian...

This is an IPad application, not a web site, per se. It requires the user to download iTunes before...

This site includes seven education modules created by the Library of Congress. The material explores...

Thomas Carlyle's 1837 classic of the French Revolution, written for Kindle books—even without a Kind...

EyeWitness to History is a collection of articles, video, and audio clips for a range of different t...

The British Museum: Ancient India is a beautiful and informative site about the history, geography,...

Good site for social studies, history, and civics classrooms. It has lesson plans available, and tea...

This free, online textbook/course provides basic historical background to the French Revolution. It...

This website explains to students why studying religion is important, encouraging students to consid...

This app is a set of interactive “playlists” which allow the user to explore various themes in US hi...

Making of America is a database of digitized American journals and monographs that offer information...

The website www.teachinghistory.org is an interactive history website for students in elementary, mi...

This case study is part of the “Great Unsolved Mysteries of Canadian History” site. The exercise exp...

This multimedia presentation offers users information about Ancient China, drawing on the collection...