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Slavery in America
Archaeology - North America
Native American Studies
African American History
American Women's History
Africans in America
"America's journey through slavery is presented in four parts. For each era, you'll find a historical Narrative, a Resource Bank of images, documents, stories, biographies, and commentaries, and a Teacher's Guide for using the content of the Web site and television series in U.S. history courses."
American History - A Biographical Portrait Gallery - (dead link)
"It is a collection of over 500 Early American Historical Portraits with biographical text for students and teachers. All portraits are available for student download and in black and white format for easy printing for school / research reports."
By Thomas H. Frederiksen
Mexico Student Teacher Resource Center
Massachusetts Historical Society
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
- The Slave Trade Archives Project
"is concerned with the access to and preservation of original archive materials relating to the slave trade...The countries foreseen as participating in the project at this stage are: Angola, Benin, Brazil, Cameroon, CÙte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, HaÔti, Mozambique, Nigeria, Republic of Congo, Senegal, and Togo."
University of Michigan Clements Library
"...houses original resources for the study of American history and culture from the fifteenth to the early twentieth century."
Created and hosted by the Independence Hall Association in Philadelphia.
Feature sites include: America's Most Historic Mile ; The Electric Franklin ; Betsy Ross House ; Liberty Bell ; Valley Forge ; Brandywine Battlefield ; Revolutionary War 1777.
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