•         HISTORY


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    Digital Collections & Services-Access to print, pictorial and audio-visual collections and other digital services

    Access to digital libraries on various historical topics 


    U.S. History Sourcebook - Online U.S. History Book. Includes: Colonial America, The Early Republic, Manifest Destiny and Slavery, The Civil War and the Rise of America and World War I
     Browse through a list of one hundred documents that represent milestones in the history of the United States from 1776 to 1965. When you select a document to examine you will have the opportunity to navigate the image and read about the history and significance of that document. You have the option of viewing the next document in the series or returning to the opening page to the interactive table of contents to make another selection. There is also a link that provides you with background information on the list and explains how it was compiled.
    This collection, Core Documents of U.S. Democracy, is made up of government documents that have been significant in the democratic process and important to the history of the United States. You can easily browse through the collection since the documents have been arranged by topics. You can look for cornerstone documents such as the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the United States of America, congressional documents including bills and laws, presidential documents, and judicial documents. There are also regulatory, demographic, and economic documents as well.  
    Congress.gov is the official website for U.S. federal legislative information 
     Conversations with History is a weekly series that nationally broadcasts intellectual interviews relevant to the time. The host, Harry Kreisler, interviews scholars, journalists, and policymakers from all parts of the world. This online companion allows you to access all of the Conversations with History interviews.
    The Website supports the First Amendment and builds an understanding of its core freedoms through education, information and entertainment. The center serves as a forum for the study and exploration of free-expression issues, including freedom of speech, of the press and of religion, and the rights to assemble and to petition the government. There are lesson plans as well.
    All you need to teach and learn American History including primary resources. 



    This is a great comprehensive site  for World History.While visiting the sites you may find videos, timelines, or articles reflecting on the different cultures. This site will truly prove to be worthwhile as you explore all it has to offer. 
    Use a timeline or index to search the Ancient History Encyclopedia. The timeline allows you to target a specific period in ancient history and choose from culture, civilization, cities, trade, religion, rulers, or war. You will find information about homes, migration, technology, calendars, and advancements in government and science. The index facilitates alphabetical searches of topics from Achilles to Zeus. Explore an interactive map of the ancient world including the Mycenaeans, Hittites, Persians, and Mayans.
    Includes articles, slideshows, interviews and transcripts on Nova documentaries 
     The Middle Ages began with the fall of the Roman Empire and lasted about 1,000 years. To find out what life was like in the Middle Ages, visit this web page. You will learn about the different classes of society during that time and find out how they lived. Life was very hard in the Middle Ages. The king had absolute power, and everyone else owed loyalty and service to someone else in exchange for land and protection. Find out about the government, education, medicine, and entertainment during this important period in European history.


    PBS Frontline video about child survivors 
    The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies maintains a vast resource library and provides links to educational websites, organizes workshops, arranges university speakers and lends expertise to help educators of grades k-16 better teach the Holocaust and other genocides in the classroom. 
    A living memorial to the Holocaust, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum inspires citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity. 
    The Holocaust Explained website has been created to help learners understand the essential facts of the Nazi era and the Holocaust, as well as its causes and consequences.It is designed with the British school curriculum for thirteen to eighteen year olds in mind, but it aims to be accessible to other users as well.
     At Facing History and Ourselves, we believe the bigotry and hate that we witness today are the legacy of brutal injustices of the past. Facing History’s resources address racism, antisemitism, and prejudice at pivotal moments in history; we help students connect choices made in the past to those they will confront in their own lives.


     This series examines the field of psychology field including the work of early contemporary theorists, practitioners, and researchers. The opening page presents you with many options. You can explore the history of psychology, research methods, the human brain, life span development, and approaches in practice. These explorations are made up of interactive activities and investigations. You can also watch a series of videos related to these topics that are accessible as well. There are twenty six videos and just as many topics.


Last Modified on August 30, 2021