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First Americans

First Americans is a site for grade school students and teachers about the Dine, Muscogee, Tlingit, Lakota and Iroquois Native Americans. The site is organized into four sections: Tribes, History, A...
4 of 5 4 of 5 Resource Type Research Resources, Online Activities

The Creative Connections Project

From the website: "The Creative Connections Project is a groundbreaking model of education that uses the arts and the Internet to build cross-cultural understanding and community by directly linking ...
4 of 5 4 of 5 Resource Type Teacher Tools and Information, Administrator Tools and Information, Student tools and information

Children in Urban America

From the website: "The Children in Urban America Project (CUAP) will seek to help students, teachers, and the general public discover how the urban experience shaped the lives of the children who gre...
4 of 5 4 of 5 Resource Type Online Library, Online Multimedia Library, Online Multimedia Presentation

Cycles: African Life Through Art

From the Indianapolis Museum of Art, this site provides a look at four areas in the cycle of life in Africa through artwork. Youth, Adulthood, Leadership and Ancestors are the four areas. Each conne...
4 of 5 4 of 5 Resource Type Research Resources, Teacher Tools and Information, Online Exhibit, Student tools and information

African Voices

This Smithsonian site shares multimedia information about Africa´s history and people. Organized into three areas: `Themes,´ `Focus Gallery,´ `History,´ the website provides rich resources for le...
4 of 5 4 of 5 Resource Type Student tools and information, Online Exhibit, Online Activities, Teacher Tools and Information, Research Resources

Brown vs. Board of Education 50th Anniversary Digital Archive

This searchable site shares a collection of documents, video, images, websites and major media coverage related to the 1954 Brown vs. the Board of Education case. "...this archive will contribute t...
4 of 5 4 of 5 Resource Type Research Resources, Online Multimedia Library, Teacher Tools and Information, Online Activities, Online Exhibit, Student tools and information

Remembering Jim Crow

Remembering Jim Crow is a site connected to the American RadioWorks documentary created in 2001. "Extensive online documentaries accompany all ARW radio projects, providing background, original photo...
4 of 5 4 of 5 Resource Type Online Unit, Research Resources, Online Multimedia Library, Teacher Tools and Information, Online Exhibit, Student tools and information

The Lost Museum

Visit mid-19th century New York City and discover issues and events of the time through this digital recreation of Barnum´s American Museum. From the website: "Using the American Museum´s many a...
4 of 5 4 of 5 Resource Type Research Resources, Teacher Tools and Information, Online Activities, Online Exhibit, Student tools and information, Virtual Tour

Ad* Access

Browse, search or view ads by timeline from 1911 to 1955 by using Ad*Access. From the website: "Ad*Access is a pilot project to make a selection of historical advertisements available for study ...
4 of 5 4 of 5 Resource Type Research Resources, Teacher Tools and Information

Imperial War Museum: Women

'No Job for a Woman' shares information on the effects of war on British womens lives in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Four chronological periods shape the site: pre 1914, First World Wa...
4 of 5 4 of 5 Resource Type Research Resources, Teacher Tools and Information, Student tools and information