Social Studies 3-5 a wide variety of social studies resources, with an excellent source of informationon africanamerican history canadian Museum of Civilization - Virtual Museum. http://www.teachers-connect.net/edres/ss3-5.htm
Extractions: Web Resources The web resources at this site are organized by grade level and matching curriculum areas. You may also find web resources by specific grade level and curriculum area in the Standard Course of Study - Curriculum Matrix Social Studies 3-5 Title Grade Description Mining Co. - Geography Not browser specific and no plug-ins required. This site contains a wide variety of social studies resources, with the emphasis on geography. It includes historical, physical, and political geography, along with current issues and interactive sites. The graphics are clear and easy to understand. The site is easy to navigate, very user friendly. It is useful for teacher research and planning, and students will find it helpful and interesting. National Geographic Lesson Plans Not browser specific and no plug-ins required. This site contains specific lesson plans, along with hand-outs, for use in elementary classrooms up to 8th grade. The National Geographic homepage is a wealth of activities and resources, including maps, interactive tours, and current issues. The graphics are attractive and easy to understand. The whole site is useful and entertaining for teachers and students alike. The Betsy Ross Homepage Not browser specific; no plug-ins required. This site includes the history of the flag, bio of Betsy Ross, tour of the Betsy Ross house in Philadelphia, flag laws and etiquette, pictures of the evolution of the American flag, flag trivia and timeline, and arguments about the validity of the claim that Ross made the first flag. There is an activity to show how and why the flag has five and not six-pointed stars. There are links to other sites about Betsy Ross and flags. This site is easy to navigate and includes everything kids need to know about their flag.
Index To Current Urban Documents connect to Database. covering approximately 500 US and canadian cities and Communitiesof Interest, africanamerican studies, Landscape Architecture, Architecture http://www.library.upenn.edu/resources/databases/about/icud.html
African American Studies Research Bibliography degrees by American and canadian degreegranting holdings in the ETC relevant to african-americanstudies. at the Database of african-american Poetry website. http://www.library.yale.edu/rsc/af-am/bibliography.html
Extractions: Black Americans Information Directory. Ed. Darren L. Smith. Detroit: Gale Research, 1995. A guide to approximately 5,300 organizations, agencies, institutions, programs and publications concerned with Black American life and culture, including associations, awards, honors, and prizes, colleges and universities, cultural organizations, government agencies and programs, industrial and service companies, libraries, museums, newsletters and directories, newspapers and periodicals, publishers, radio and television stations, religious organizations, research centers, scholarships, study programs, and videos.
Africana Studies 100: Issues In African-American Music Africana studies 100 Issues in African American Music Search strategy is a library term for the process of finding information in a logical, stepby-step manner. books covering American and canadian history from pre-history to from black journals. Black studies on disc is available at http://www.library.cornell.edu/okuref/afr100.html
Extractions: Remember-If You Need HelpAsk a Reference Librarian SEARCH STRATEGY Search strategy is a library term for the process of finding information in a logical, step-by-step manner. Using a search strategy ensures that you will find the information or material you need as quickly and efficiently as possible. A step-by-step tutorial on library research is available on the World Wide Web at http://campusgw.library.cornell.edu/newhelp/res_strategy/tutorial/tutorial.html Return to Table of Contents BACKGROUND INFORMATION The materials listed below are sources for finding background information and context. The authors of articles in reference books often provide bibliographies of selected books and articles for further study. HANDBOOKS AND ENCYCLOPEDIAS Cayton, Marx Kupiec, ed. Encyclopedia of American Social History . 3 vols. New York: Scribner's, 1992. (Uris Ref HN 57 .E56 1992; also Olin Ref) This encyclopedia uses the scholarship of historians, sociologists, geographers and anthropologists to present a different view of American history. The 3-volume set is divided into 14 sections focusing on various aspects of American social history, including periods of social change, patterns of everyday life, family history and science, medicine and technology.
African American Studies (UC Irvine Libraries) to all users, UC Irvine access only, How to connect from off How to find African AmericanStudies articles. and dissertations in United States and canadian history http://www.lib.uci.edu/online/subject/afamer.html
AmCS Resources - Journals American culture and the relationship between canadian culture and Political ScienceQuarterly connect online through JSTOR, Vols. African American studies. http://www.artsci.wustl.edu/~hbhist/amcs545/resourcesjournals.html
Extractions: JSTOR is a searchable electronic database that gives users access to articles and complete back issues of journals (3 to 5 years old) in a wide variety of fields including history, literature, political science, anthropology and sociology, among others. To browse the journals currently available on JSTOR click here. Project Muse Project MUSE is a searchable electronic database that gives users access to current articles and complete issues of over 100 scholarly journals in the fields of literature and criticism, history, the visual and performing arts, cultural studies, education, political science, and gender studies, among others. To see a list of journals currently available from Project Muse click here.
Academic Info CATALOG RECORD To connect to this SITE INCLUDES Subject Index African American HistoryAfrican Area studies Australian studies canadian studies China studies http://www.unl.edu:2020/alpha/Academic_Info.html
Library Research Workshop: African-American Theater SCHOOL OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN studies EÖTVÖS LORÁND UNIVERSITY BUDAPEST, HUNGARY ACADEMIC GUIDE TO ENGLISH AND AMERICAN studies 20012002 EÖTVÖS LORÁND UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN studies (SEAS) ELTE Angol-Amerikai Intézet http://www.library.yale.edu/humanities/theater/instruction/afamtheater.html
Extractions: Table of Contents: The Research Workstation and Subject Guides Locating Secondary Sources (catalogs, bibliographies, indexes and other reference sources) Locating Plays and Primary Source Material People and Places to know about in the Yale Library ... Web sites about African American theater 1. The Research Workstation and Subject Guides Yale University Library Research Workstation Yale University Library Subject Guides 2. Locating Secondary Sources (catalogs, bibliographies, indexes, and other reference sources)
Extractions: A B C D ... Z Total 661 records ABOUT CONNECT AAP 1997 Red Book: Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases, 24th ed. ABOUT CONNECT Academic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology ABOUT CONNECT ACLS History E-Book Project ABOUT CONNECT Ad Spotlight ABOUT CONNECT African American Artists on Disc ABOUT CONNECT African American Poetry 2 Database ABOUT CONNECT African American Poetry Database ABOUT CONNECT African Publishing Companion ABOUT CONNECT Afterglow or Adjustment? Domestic Institutions and Responses to Overstretch ABOUT CONNECT Agenda for Africa's Economic Renewal ABOUT CONNECT Agricultural Outlook Forum ABOUT CONNECT Agriculture Network Information Center (AgNIC) ABOUT CONNECT AHFS Drug Information ABOUT CONNECT Alex Catalog of Electronic Texts ABOUT CONNECT All movie Guide ABOUT CONNECT Allergy: Principles and Practice, 5th ed.
Extractions: the MSU Canadian Studies Centre and the MSU Libraries ***UNDER CONSTRUCTION*** Chronology Primary Sources Secondary Sources Web Sites Primary Sources Black abolitionist papers, 1830-1865 [Microform Set]. Sanford, N.C. : Microfilming Corporation of America, 1981. 17 microfilm reels. MICROFORMS Microfilm 21950 Black abolitionist papers Volume II: Canada, 1830-1865 . Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1986 560 p. MAIN E449 .B624 1985 v.2 Drew, Benjamin.. A north-side view of slavery. The refugee: or, The narratives of fugitive slaves in Canada. Related by themselves, with an account of the history and condition of the colored population of Upper Canada. Boston, J.P. Jewett and Company. SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Rare Books Four fugitive slave narratives. Reading, Mass., Addison-Wesley Pub. Co. 
Yale University Library: Canadian Studies Major topics include africanamerican studies, ethnic racial organizing, ecology,labor studies, social theory of American and canadian History, covering http://www.library.yale.edu/humanities/canstud/canada.html
Extractions: People and Places to know about in the Yale Library Locating Secondary Sources Tools such as catalogs bibliographies general indexes subject specific indexes , and other reference sources are secondary sources of information that serve to point the user to materials on whatever subject is being researched. Together, Orbis and Morris (the Law Library catalog) constitute the Yale University Library online catalog. In Orbis, OPAC contains materials from 1977 to the present. Use OPAC to determine what materials Yale owns (books, journals, etc.) and where they are located. For materials published prior to 1977 that do not appear in OPAC check in the card catalog in Sterling Memorial Library. More than half of the Library collection is represented ONLY in the card catalog. EUREKA offers easy-to-use online access to the Research Libraries Group's RLIN bibliographic database of more than 22 million titles. Use EUREKA to uncover a wealth of resources in almost any area of study, or to locate items in specific libraries and research collections. EUREKA provides catalog records for books, journals, maps, sound recordings, musical scores, films, archives, and computer files held in research, corporate, and public libraries, as well as museums, archives and historical societies. All searches may be easily printed, downloaded or e-mailed directly to you. Use Eureka to locate materials outside of Yale.
African-American History Resources dissertations on US and canadian History more detailed description; click here toconnect. Information Resources on African American studies Produced by the http://www.lib.msu.edu/unsworth/american/aah/
Extractions: the MSU Library Last updated : November 1, 2002 Page Editor: Michael Unsworth Databases Web Sites Databases List of All the History Databases Available to the MSU Community List of All the Ethnic Studies Databases Available to the MSU Community (some overlap with the History Databases) ***Essential*** Index to articles, books, and dissertations on U.S. and Canadian History. ***Other Databases*** African American Newspapers: The 19th Century Digitized editions of the following newspapers: Title City Dates Freedom's Journal New York, N. Y. Colored American/Weekly Advocate New York, N. Y. North Star Rochester, N.Y. National Era Washington, D.C. Provincial Freeman Chatham, Ontario Frederick Douglass Paper Rochester, N.Y. Christian Recorder Philadelphia, Pa. American Periodical Series A compilation of American periodicals and journals from colonial times to 1900 . It is available in the following formats: Microform the entire set is avaible in the Microforms Library at MICROFILM 313 . A Web-based index (under construction) is available.
Internet Resources -- Anthropology/Cultures Almanac your internet resource for africanamerican history ; Cybernauts; AsianAmerican Network; Asian canadian site; Best on the Net Multicultural studies . http://wally.rit.edu/internet/subject/cultures.html
Extractions: Catalog Keywords Catalog Title Catalog Author Connect NY Catalog GOOGLE this Site GOOGLE the RIT Site Ancient Mesoamerican Civilizations: Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, and Aztec Maintained by Kevin L. Callahan, U. Minn. Dept. of Anthropology Anthro.Net maintained by Eric J. White, Department of Anthropology, U. Cal, Santa Barbara Anthropological Index Royal Anthropological Institute Anthropology Internet Resources Western Connecticut State U. Anthropology Online Wadsworth Anthropology Resource Center Anthropology Tutorials Palomar College Anthropology Virtual Library Yale U. Bibliographies for Anthropological Research part of Tennessee Archaeology Net part of ArchNet: WWW Virtual Library on Archeology from the Archaeological Research Institute at Arizona State University Ethnology, Ethnography and Anthropology part of the Social Science Information Gateway Feminist Anthropology essay by Angela Bratton National Anthropological Archives Smithsonian Institution Resources in Ethnographic Studies American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
Internet Resources -- History Division, Library of Congress published by africanamerican authors and officialweb site; Bucknell Russian studies Page; canadian Encyclopedia online http://wally.rit.edu/internet/subject/history.html
Extractions: History AMDOCS: documents for the study of history U Kansas Avalon Project the Yale Law School has provided access to over 150 digital documents pertinent to the fields of history, economics, law, politics, diplomacy and government. Classics of American Colonial History selected scholarly books and articles on American colonial history that appear to be of continuing interest. created by Dinsmore Documentation. Douglass: Archive of American Public Address This site is a dynamic collection of American speeches organized by speaker, by title, chronologically, and by controversy/movement. There are also links to other relevant websites and to information on Frederick Douglass. From Marx to Mao fundamental texts and documents from these two major figures From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1824-1909 presents 397 pamphlets from the Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress published by African-American authors and others who wrote about slavery, African colonization, Emancipation, Reconstruction, and related topics. Great American Speeches : 80 years of Political Oratory from PBS Historic Audio Archives from Webcorp Historical Text Archives mixture of books, articles and weblinks containing texts
UCL: History - Library Resources History and Life US and canadian history, area American studies Web; American RevolutionResearch Page; Resources for Students of africanamerican History and http://www.lib.uconn.edu/subjectareas/hist.htm
Global Youth Connect - Steering Committee the nation's second largest African American newspaper, has work in the Asia/Pacific,canadian, and domestic she studied Latin American studies and Education. http://www.globalyouthconnect.org/Pages/committee.html
Extractions: The Steering Committee spent more than two years planning and working to develop Global Youth Connect. GYC would like to thank these amazing activists for their hard work and dedication to human rights and social justice. The following section contains brief bios for each of the Steering Committee members. (Please note that this Steering Committee is no longer operational.) If you would like to contact one of these activists, please send an e-mail to email@example.com Hafsat Abiola is a Nigerian human rights activist whose father, the elected president of Nigeria, died recently while imprisoned by the ruling military elite. In 1996, her mother was assassinated, apparently by agents of the military. Hafsat graduated from Harvard in 1997 and has established an institute memorializing her mother's life, called the Kudirat Institute for Nigerian Democracy. For the past three years, Hafsat has been the president of the African Students Association and currently works for the Special Olympics in Washington, D.C. Tina Choi is currently the coordinator of the Global Teaching and Learning Project at the United Nations, which offers educational materials regarding global issues and the UN to an international education community. Through its online program, the UN Cyberschoolbus, classroom resources and activities on subjects ranging from human rights to peacekeeping to economic development are offered via the Internet, email, and in print. Previously, Tina was a program coordinator at Do Something, a non-profit organization which trains, funds and mobilizes young people to be community leaders. She has a masters degree in social and education policy from Harvard University and an undergraduate degree from Wellesley College. While an undergraduate, Tina worked at the White House, received a grant from the Ford Foundation, and received the college's highest community service award. She was selected by Glamour Magazine as one of the Top Ten College Women of 1993.