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History

History Links that Help Support the Nebraska K-12 Social Studies/History Standards

General History Resources
Civil War Resources

The Trail of Tears and the Forced Relocation of the Cherokee Nation

Raid on Deerfield

http://www.unl.edu/HumanR/teach/

Irish Potato Famine

The New Americans

Teaching With Historic Places

This Day in History

Women’s History Project

 

Civil War Resources

The Gettysburg Address

United States Civil War Center

Civil War Photographs

A Nation Divided: U.S. Civil War

Civil War Leaders

Civil War Biographies

Smithsonian – Civil War

United States History
World History Resources

Homestead Quarter

Homestead National Monument

A Chronology of US Historical Documents

Archiving Early America

The Constitution of the United States

Declaring Independence

Exploring the West from Monticello

The Federalist Papers

From Revolution to Reconstruction

Honest Abe

Historical Documents

Jamestown Rediscovery

Links to Lewis and Clark Resources

National Archives and Records Administration

Standing Bear’s Footsteps: Meaning of Home

 

World Mapper

Asian Education Media Service (AEMS)

Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library

AskAsia

Archaeology Magazine

BRASS/El Pilar Program

The Historical Text Archive

The Labyrinth:Resources for Medieval Studies

Theban Mapping Project

The Viking Network

 

Nebraska Studies Resources
Holocaust

Homestead National Monument

Homestead Quarter

Links for Nebraska History

Nebraska Judicial Branch

Nebraska Judicial Branch for Students and Teachers

Nebraska State Historical Society

Standing Bear’s Footsteps: Meaning of Home

 

IHE url: http://ihene.org/

Yad Vashem’s: http://www.yadvashem.org/

Jewish Virtual Library: http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/

Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center: http://www.illholocaustmuseum.org/

Teaching Tolerance: http://www.tolerance.org/?source=redirect&url-teachingtolerance

 

Collections of Civic Rights Resources
 

http://www.uen.org/core/socialstudies/civil/

http://www.msde.maryland.gov/msde/divisions
/instruction/rfl_museum_md.htm

http://sheg.stanford.edu/cold-war-culture-civil-rights