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SEARCH DESTINY


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ABC CLIO:
American History
Daily Life in History
Issues: Understanding Controversies
World at War: Conflicts and Society
World Geography
Ancient and Medieval History
Modern Era
World Religions

FACTS ONFILE
Issues and Controversies
Modern World History Online
World Geography and Culture

Map As History

JSTOR
Project Muse (only at school)

Britannica Image Quest

World of Poetry
Columbia International Affairs Online
Questia

Active History
Online Newspapers (NY Times, LA TImes, WSJ, Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor)




PRIMARY SOURCES
Internet History Sourcebook

Repositories of Primary Sources (over 5000 online sites)

World History Archives

Historical Maps Collection

Avalon Project

Eyewitness to History

EuroDocs

Korean National Digital Library

Portal to Asian Internet Resources

American Memory

US: National Archives

Making of America

UC: World of Primary Sources

Voice of the Shuttle: History Sources

Temple U: European Collection

Museum of Online Museums

Historical Newspapers

East Asia Primary Sources

http://www.anc.org.za/# (Click on Documents)

http://library.stanford.edu/depts/ssrg/africa/history/hisprimary.html

100 Terrific Sites to Find Primary Sources


GENERAL HISTORY WEBSITES


Digital History

Best of History

History Today

Current History

HyperHistory

History Matters

World History Index

Historynet.com

BBC History

VIDEO SOURCES


History.Com

PBS History Videos

American History Videos

Annenberg Video

Wayback Machine: Collection of copyright friendly movies, etc.


Open Culture: Collection of online university courses

Free Documentaries

Top Documentary Films

Free Documentaries Online

Documentary Heaven
WORKING WITH PRIMARY SOURCES

Using Primary Sources on the Web

How to Read a Primary Source

Historical Thinking Matters

Finding Historical Primary Sources ( UC Berkeley)

Primary v. Secondary sources

Students as Historians (working with DBQ's)







MEDIA