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  1. Split Rock Lighthouse (Mn Historic Site Pamphlets) by Minnesota Historical Society, 1993-06-15
  2. American Indian Places: A Historical Guidebook by Frances H. Kennedy, 2008-09-23
  3. East and Southeast Asian Material Culture in North America:: Collections, Historical Sites, and Festivals (Material Culture Directories)
  4. Following in Lincoln's Footsteps: A Complete Annotated Reference to Hundreds of Historical Sites Visited by Abraham Lincoln (Illinois) by Ralph V. Gary, 2002-11-22
  5. Penikese - Island of Hope: One of the Elizbeths, a Massachusetts Historical Site by I. Thomas Buckley, Thomas Buckley, et all 1997-09
  6. The American History Sourcebook by Joel Makower, 1988-11
  7. Historical Site Markers Kern County by W. G. Hample, 1991-10
  8. African American Historical Sites Survey of Allegheny County
  9. Shared Spaces and Divided Places: Material Dimensions of Gender Relations and the American Historical Landscape
  10. Ghost Towns of Montana: A Classic Tour Through the Treasure State's Historical Sites by Shari Miller, 2008-08-03

21. NC Historical Sites
Contains a map and lists historical sites and places throughout the state. Provides a short description Category Regional North America National Parks and Monuments...... one of North Carolina's historical sites, click on any listing in the map aboveor on the name of the site from the list below. NC African american history.
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This site is viewed best when monitors are set to thousands or millions of color. To learn more about one of North Carolina's historical sites, click on any listing in the map above or on the name of the site from the list below. NC African American History Alamance Battleground Charles B. Aycock Birthplace Historic Bath ... Somerset Place (New Pictures) Town Creek Indian Mound Zebulon B. Vance Birthplace Thomas Wolfe Memorial Tryon Palace ... North Carolina History We would appreciate your thoughts and suggestions on how North Carolina Historical Sites meets your needs and/or could better meet your needs in the future. Please email us your comments. We would be pleased to use any pictures that you have taken that pertain to this website. Please click here to find out more about how we can use your pictures Last Modified 5/14/01 Carolina Clips Connect USA Connect Africa NEW North Carolina Educational Web Sites Connect Europe NC County Clips North Carolina Governors ... Educational Technology Home Page

22. ReferenceResources:SpanishAmericanWar
words, historical documents, historical geography, battle maps, links to othermap sites. Smithsonian National Museum of american history Complete archived
Reference Resources: Spanish American War
Spanish American War Spanish American War Links The Battleship Maine Destruction of USS Maine Battleship Maine Letter : Written by Lt. George Blow of the USS MAINE, written the day after the USS MAINE was lost USS Maine The Age of Imperialism Historical facts about the Age of Imperialism and information on the Spanish American War Library of Congress / Spanish-American War Introduction Facts, information, photographs The Naval Battle of Santiago Facts and information, photographs 1898-1998 Centennial of the Spanish-American War Facts, information, photographs Spanish-American War Facts, information, photographs Spanish American War in Motion Pictures Features 68 motion pictures produced between 1898 and 1901 of the Spanish-American War and the subsequent Philippine Revolution. William McKinley and the Spanish American War An informative site from Ohio State University Yellow Fever and the Spanish American War Historical collection of facts and information; photographs

23. People Past And Present Part 1—Sites For Children
Welcome to Chineseamerican history. from 1848 through 1995, including a number oforiginal historical documents. Web site about the study of the american West
Last Updated: Monday, 07-Oct-2002 11:08:20 CDT Sites for Children
People Past and Present Part 1
Compiled by the Children and Technology Committee of the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association.
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700+ Great Sites Page Biographies Top of Page
The following sites are recommended for children from preschool through age 14, their parents, and other caregivers. Recommendations apply only to sites listed, not to any sites that may be linked from these sites. For selection criteria developed by the site review committee, click here . Compiled by the Children and Technology Committee of the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association. November 1997

24. Hitchhiker's Guide To American History
Includes links to other sites, sample syllabi, interviews other resources to enrichour understanding of american history. a variety of other historical media.
Stanley K. Schultz, Professor of History
William P. Tishler, Producer
Hitchhiker's Highlights

WWW sites sorted by their relation to topics covered in History 102 lectures
WWW sites sorted by their relation to identifications for History 102 exams
WWW sites sorted by general subject Add a Site to the Guide Online Books and Journals Miscellaneous Sites ... Subjects : Reconstruction, The "New South," The "Old West," The Gilded Age
: Labor Unions, Immigration, Great Migration, Populism
: The 1920s, Prohibition, Great Depression, New Deal, WWII
Part One
: From Reconstruction to the Great Migration
Part Two
: From Populism to the Great Depression
Part Three
: From WWII to Vietnam African-Americans and Civil Rights Cultural and Intellectual Achievements Economics and Consumers Immigration and Urbanization ... Women and Feminism Hitchhiker's Highlights

25. Asian Pacific Islands American History Literature For K-12
Index to Asian american resources for English and Social Studies teachers in grades K12. Offers chronolo Category Society Ethnicity Asian Asian-american history...... to asia has Asia sites; partner sites; live from Asia Chinese historical and CulturalProject Interactive Chinese american history Timeline; Angel

26. African-American History
Africanamerican historical sites Links to national historic sites that commemorateimportant people, places, and events in African-american history.
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Links to national historic sites that commemorate important people, places, and events in African-American history. African-American Historical Information
Links to information sources on African-American history, including collections of books, government documents, manuscripts, maps, musical scores, plays, films, recordings, and other resources relating to the history and culture of African Americans. African-American Maps and Photographs Links to Maps of the Underground Railroad and Photographs of notable African Americans. Email this page!

history NEWS NETWORK. Today’s headlines in historical context. HYPERTEXT SCHOLARSHIPIN american STUDIES. Four digital essays. TOOLS. GUIDE TO history WEB sites.
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last updated april 2002 PROJECTS HISTORY MATTERS The US survey course on the Web THE SEPTEMBER 11 DIGITAL ARCHIVE Saving the histories of September 11, 2001 ECHO LIBERTY, EQUALITY, FRATERNITY Exploring the French Revolution HISTORY NEWS NETWORK THE LOST MUSEUM Antebellum life and culture in 3D BLACKOUT HISTORY PROJECT DECLARATION Interpreting the Declaration of Independence by translation HYPERTEXT SCHOLARSHIP IN AMERICAN STUDIES Four digital essays HISTORY NEWS NETWORK HISTORY NEWS NETWORK Now affiliated with CHNM, History News Network (HNN) is a web-based magazine that features articles by historians of all political persuasions. The site places current events in historical perspective. Edited by Rick Shenkman, HNN is regularly read by tens of thousands of historians and people interested in the intersection of the past and the present. PROJECTS US History, 1876-1946 on CD-ROM ENGLISH MATTERS A magazine for teachers and students of English Home to CHNM and other good things JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HISTORY One of the most widely cited history journals in the US BUILDING THE WASHINGTON METRO An online exhibit PHD PROGRAM IN HISTORY AT GMU DC AREA AMERICAN CULTURE SCHOLARS An online directory PROJECTS HISTORY MATTERS The US survey course on the Web THE SEPTEMBER 11 DIGITAL ARCHIVE Saving the histories of September 11, 2001

28. The Universal Black Pages
researchers. Africanamerican history - historical Text Archive Containsmany links to other African-american history sites. African

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29. LV Role In American History
The Lehigh Valley’s Role in american history. disinterested will feel a sense ofrespect and awe when touring the local historical sites tucked away among the
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The Lehigh Valley’s Role in American History By
Ruth Kordwitz
If nature’s bounty exists in abundance anywhere, it certainly has firmly rooted itself in the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania. The soft rolling hills, lush green valley and fertile farmlands lie within a quick hour north of Philadelphia. To the weary big city dweller, or the cross-country traveler, this region is a paradox of time and scenery. In the summer, you may cool yourself in the breezes of a lazy canoe ride down the Lehigh Canal. In the fall, you might find yourself wandering happily through a giant maze that a local farmer has carved into his cornfield. The winters are storybook scenes of snowy hills teeming with clusters of happy skiers. In addition to its pleasant diversions, this region is also known for its productivity in agriculture as well as in industry and technology. Traveling down the modern streets of Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton, you may be unaware of the important role the Lehigh Valley and its residents have played in the desperate struggle that carved this nation from a baker’s dozen of disjointed colonies. Even people who profess to be historically disinterested will feel a sense of respect and awe when touring the local historical sites tucked away among the modern buildings and manicured properties. Each of these sites gives testament to the courage and foresight of the local pioneers of freedom and industry who called the Lehigh Valley their home.

30. The Gilder Lehrman Institute Of American History. For Historians. Recomended Res
Independence Hall Association, hosts Web sites for and The NewYork historical Societyhttp//www of books, documents, and other american history materials in
Photograph of the McClellan House, ca. 1861-65. (GLC 5111.01)
Photograph of Confederate Cemetery, ca. 1861-65. (GLC 5137.260)
National Park Service

National Parks offer opportunities to explore American history from pre-Columbian times to the Revolution and Civil War, through the twentieth century.
National Trust for Historic Preservation

The National Trust works to preserve many of America's diverse historic places. - Directory of Pennsylvania Sites, maintained by the Independence Hall Association, hosts Web sites for and about historic destinations in and around Philadelphia, such as Valley Forge, Carpenters' Hall, the Liberty Bell, and the Betsy Ross House. Mount Vernon The home of George Washington. Monticello The home of Thomas Jefferson. Colonial Williamsburg The foremost living history museum in the U.S. The Smithsonian Institution]

31. The American Local History Network - Index
Collection of historical and genealogical links and data pertaining to United States.Category Regional North America Society and Culture Genealogy......Welcome to the american Local history Network, a central point ofentry into independent, genealogical and historical web sites.
Welcome to the American Local History Network , a central point of entry into independent, genealogical and historical web sites. If you are interested in hosting an American Local History state or a topic , we welcome your participation. If you are interested in hosting a county please email the state coordinator. Thank you for stopping by ALHN we hope you enjoyed your visit and look forward to seeing you again.
State Pages

The state pages are the heart of our network. Inside each state page you will find interesting historical tidbits. Each state is broken into counties, the soul of our network. The counties are a plethera of information, a wonderful starting point for any historical or genealogical search. Topic Pages
We also offer topical information; a great resource to gather links or to get specific information. Our topics have a wide range, covering topics from A-Z. An enjoyable place to stop for history buff and researcher alike. ALHN Bylaws
Interested in joining Please read our by-laws. They are our Consitution. They tell you all about our rules. Mission Statement
We are a central point of entry for independent web sites; committed to putting free, accessible historical and genealogical data on line.

32. Key Sites On African-American History And Culture
historical Text Archive. The historical Text Archive human history, including extensivecoverage of Africanamerican history. links to other sites and reprints
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Key Sites on African-American History and Culture
A B C D ... W A Biographical information on African-Americans is abundantly available in the University of Delaware's Morris Library. This guide can be used to identify full-text information online, books, newspaper and periodical articles, and encyclopedia entries on this topic. This annotated listing of recommended African-American Web sites was prepared by Elna L. Saxton and Joe McClamroch, and published in the January, 1999 issue of College and Research Libraries News (vol. 60, no. 1). It is organized into five categories: Getting started, Educational sites/research centers, Organizations/associations, Afrocentric sites, and E-journals/news services. In honor of the Library of Congress' Manuscript Division's centennial, its staff selected for online display representative historical documents on eight major themes, each theme covering the papers of prominent Americans whose lives reflect our country's evolution. This site reflects the theme, "African American History and Culture." Like the other theme pages, it consists of an essay containing links to digital reproductions of selected documents. A detailed description accompanies each document. World Book editors have assembled a comprehensive look at the history of African Americans and their struggle for freedom in honor of Black History Month. The articles in this feature were taken from the World Book Multimedia Encyclopedia. There are also numerous links to World Wide Web sites concerning important figures and events in black history, as well as issues surrounding current events.

33. Kansas State Historic Sites
Links to Kansas state historic sites provided by the Kansas State historical Society.Category Regional North America Society and Culture history...... Native american Heritage Museum Once a Presbyterian Mission built sandstone citadeland contemplate the rich history of the Kansas State historical Society.
Kansas State Historic Sites
Constitution Hall - where proslavery delegates to the Constitutional Convention hotly debated the issue of slavery in Kansas, while the nation watched, in Lecompton. Cottonwood Ranch - this relatively unchanged English-style home was once a successful sheep ranch, in Studley. First Territorial Capitol - proslavery forces tried to guide the fate of Kansas Territory when the first territorial legislature convened in July 1855, in Fort Riley. Fort Hays - General George A. Custer, William "Buffalo Bill" Cody and James B. "Wild Bill" Hickok are just a few of the well-known people who made history at this frontier fort, in Hays. Goodnow House - Isaac Goodnow was a leader in the free-state movement and founder of the college which became Kansas State University. Isaac and Ellen Goodnow's interest in education and nature is reflected in the collections, in Manhattan. Grinter Place - Moses Grinter traded with the Delaware before building this brick farmhouse in 1862. Moses and Annie Grinter, a Delaware, farmed, raised poultry and livestock, in Kansas City.

34. Non-Western History Sites
american Newspapers Links Cole's Central american Links. Western history NonWesternhistory sites Crimean Tatar Japan Mississippi State historical Text Archive
Latin American/Asian/Non-West History Websites. Mexican History:
Mexican Federal Government Page

Archivo General de la Nacion

Museo Nacional de la Revolucion

Dioses del Mexico Antiguo
Aztec Web Site

Dartmouth University's Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Project
Mexican Constitutions

NAFTA Archives

Images of Mexico
La Jornada
[Mexican journal en espanol Instituto de Investigaciones Historicas de la Universidad Nacional de Mexico en espanol Mexico and the World [On-Line journal] Drugs, Law Enforcement, and Foreign Policy Latin American History: Latin American Sites [by country] Latin American Sites en espanol Latin American Government Documents Project MIGRATIONS: The Americas Steve Hobden's International Politics of Latin America America Latina en Toulouse en français en espanol University of Liverpool Institute of Latin American Studies The Mapuche Page Congreso Nacional Indigena Pamama: Crossroads of the Americas and the World ... Latin American Jewish Bibliography Latin American Resources: Conference on Latin American History Internet Resources for Latin America Slatta's Latin American Bookmarks Latin American History Resources ... Center of Latin American Studies at the University of Kansas Latin American Maps Site Colonial Latin American Photos Latin American Newspapers On-Line: La Nacion [Argentine newspaper en espanol Latin American Newspapers Links Cole's Central American Links Asian/Non-Western History: Non-Western History Sites Crimean Tatar Homepage Asian Studies Japan-WWW Virtual Library ... Chinese Historical and Cultural Project Return to

history Culture. The Alliance for Native american Indian Rights was formed in Nashvillein landfill in an area covered with Native historical sites and burial
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Visit These Non-Profit Web Sites: Alliance For Native American Indian Rights Native American Educational Association Tennessee Trail of Tears Association Books about Indians: Loud Hawk : The United States Versus the American Indian Movement
Exploration of Ancient Key-Dweller Remains on the Gulf Coast of Florida

Child's burial, the remains removed, lies in path of earth moving equipment Information Section There are thousands of Native American historic sites in Tennessee. Many of these are sacred places, containing the graves of our ancestors. Thousands of these places have been destroyed in the past, and those that still exist face a growing threat of destruction from looters digging for Indian artifacts and increasingly intense real estate development. Many people feel that this is the most pressing issue in Tennessee Indian affairs. Desecration of Indian burials is a brutal violation of the spiritual existence of the living as well as the dead. And each site lost represents a part of our culture that is gone forever - once they are bulldozed over, once the burial sites are desecrated, we can never recover that part of our heritage. Tennessee's Indian people have waged a constant battle against this loss for well over the last decade. The Alliance for Native American Indian Rights was formed in Nashville in 1989 to fight plans for a city owned landfill in an area covered with Native historical sites and burial grounds and has continued efforts to protect other sacred sites in the state (Native Nashville sponsors the group's web site). There are other groups across the state with similar missions. And unfortunately, this issue is not unique to Tennessee - Indian people all over North and South America have struggled against the destruction and desecration of their sacred places for the last 500 years. The struggle continues today, from Canada to Chile.

36. NA Maps, Language And Historical Sites
american historical Images On File comprehensive collection of images of Nativeamerican people. The american WestA history of Native americans.

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Native American Maps, Language, and Historical Sites
A comprehensive listing of Indian Tribes
American Historical Images On File comprehensive collection of images of Native American people. The collection is arranged chronologically from the prehistoric period and the Paleo-Indians to 1990
American Language Reprint Series information on the various languages of the East Coast and reprints of early vocabularies of Native American languages, many of which are not otherwise available
The American West-A History of Native Americans
Blackfoot Language
Cankpe Opi Wounded Knee Homepage. 'Walk' here, and remember
Cherokee National Historical Society
Cheyenne Language Website
Cree Language
The Dakota Language provides lessons in the Dakota language-fantastic site!
Early Indian territories of the West From the UTexas library
English/Ojibwe translator
Flags of the Native American Peoples of the United States
Fourth World Documentation Project Indigenous Peoples' Information for the Online Community
Guide to SouthWestern Tribes and Reservations
Hale Kuamo'o The Hawaiian Language center at the University of Hawai'i at Hilo
A history of the NW Coast
Indigenous Peoples Literature
International Indian Treaty Council Excellent information on UN declarations, historical treaties, action alerts, and more

37. Indiana Tourism - Cultural Attractions - State Historic Sites
explore some of the Africanamerican historical sites throughout Indiana a rich heritagein African-american culture brings to life the incredible history of the
Unusual Museums Exhibits Underground Railroad Black History Attractions State Historical Sites
Take a day, or even a weekend, to explore some of the African-American historical sites throughout Indiana. From museums to Underground Railroad hideouts, Indiana has a rich heritage in African-American culture.
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If you’re looking for a truly unique adventure, take a Midnight Passage Underground Railroad motorcoach tour. The powerful heritage of those troubling times will fascinate people from all walks of life. This multi-city tour brings to life the incredible history of the flight from slavery for African-Americans and their white sympathizers. The tour highlights stations, homes and people and their artistic and humanitarian contributions to the freedom of slaves in this nation. Interaction, music, art and theatre illustrate the struggles and final joy of the thousands who hid by day and traveled by night on their “Midnight Passage.” For more information on this tour, call Turner Coaches at (812) 232-5252.
The African/African-American Historical Museum
Fort Wayne, (219) 420-0765

38. Homework Center - Language Arts
sites on all aspects of African american history, from the com/eng/history/ Read aboutthe history of the Canal, the treaty, leaders and historical figures here
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American History:
American History Megasites 17th Century (1600s) 18th Century (1700s) 19th Century (1800s) ... Women's Suffrage Movement
American History Megasites
American Memory
Search, browse and learn from the Historical Collections for the National Digital Library at the Library of Congress. Includes thousands of historical documents, maps, photographs, movies, and prints.
1492: An Ongoing Voyage
What happened when Columbus arrived in Americaand after?
This site archives over 7000 images from US and Canadian newspapers and magazines from 1911 through 1955. The site focuses on radio, television, transportation, beauty and hygiene, and World War II.
America's Story
Read about Buffalo Bill, Frederick Douglass, Thomas Edison, Duke Ellington, Harry Houdini, and more. To go back in time click on the time period you want to learn more about. Learn short facts about each state. Watch videos and listen to audio here.
The Early American History Interactive Crossword Puzzle

39. Homework Center - Native American Sites
this tribe's culture, read their historical perspective, and Walla, Wasco and PaiuteNative american tribes. Includes history and culture, Warm Springs legends
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Native American Sites:
Native American Megasites
Individual Tribes

Northwest Tribes
Native American Megasites
American Indians and the Natural World
This site from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History illustrates how native people are connected to the natural universe. The museum selects a few specific tribes to illustrate this.
Compact History: A Geographic Overview
History, location, names, language, sub-tribes, culture and population and more on many tribes throughout the United States. More Northeast tribes are covered at this site.
Stones Unturned
This site from the Canadian Museum of Civilization presents Native American clothes, toys, and musical instruments and also highlights seven native tribes of Canada.
First Nations Histories
This site includes basic information on the history, culture, language etc, of 48 Native American tribes.

40. Ohio Historical Society / Places / Gateways
Another important purpose is to illustrate what roles historical sites playin american history, and how these landmarks relate to each other.



Through Gateways visitors from ages eight to eighty can learn about and enjoy Ohio's fascinating past through a brochure that features one of the most extensive systems of state memorials in the country. Look in Gateways to find our sites' hours of operation, locations and more about particular themes in American history and Ohio's contributions. You will learn about American Indian heritage, military history, settlement and transportation, African-American heritage, the state's leaders, social and economic history, and natural history. Get your free guide by calling toll-free 1-888-909-OHIO (6446) . For further information about our sites our knowledgeable staff can answer questions, by calling toll-free
The Gateway Concept
The concept of a gateway was selected for the publication's title to represent the OHS Gateway Initiative, a comprehensive capital improvement program the Society is undertaking in order to present an integrated view of Ohio's past. An important program goal is to make historical sites and their on-site educational resources more easily identifiable to people interested in various areas of Ohio's history by organizing sites according to theme. Another important purpose is to illustrate what roles historical sites play in American history, and how these landmarks relate to each other. As one of the first steps, gateway or principal sites have been selected for many of the themes presented in

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