Links to Web Sites
Sat 8th Nov 2003 03:33 [Suggest a Category] [Suggest a Link] [Admin]
Top:/Social Studies
Archeology (4)
Audio History (2)
Biography (4)
Black History (9)
Cartoons, Graphs, etc. (14)
Current Events (19)
Economics (9)
Geography (3)
Global Studies (19)
Government & Civics (11)
Human Rights (0)
Maps (5)
Psychology (0)
Social Problems (1)
Bias, Racism, etc.
US History (34)
Women’s History (7)
  • Photojournalism: A Record of War - Photography has been used to record war since the Crimean War in 1855. This unit will explore how and why war has been photographed and will also give students an opportunity to see the bias within the recording/reporting of war. ( Added: 2003-06-16, Hits: 4, )
  • ALLYOUCANREAD.COM - the largest database of magazines and newspapers on the Internet, with listings for about 26,500 magazines and newspapers from all over the world. AllYouCanRead.com is a complete guide to world media sources where readers find stories quickly -- whether i ( Added: 2003-04-14, Hits: 5, )
  • Become a Historical Detective - Solving a riddle or puzzle is the same whether you are doing your detective work on the eighteenth century or the twentieth century. ( Added: 2003-01-27, Hits: 18, )
  • Biography - Website of the biography channel. Has short biographies on over 25,000 people. You can search for famous people born on your birthday. ( Added: 2001-12-28, Hits: 67, )
  • Does the Camera Ever Lie? - Photographers often want to communicate a thought or emotion with their work. Although the camera lens views the world impartially, the photographer constantly judges, deciding what to photograph and how to photograph it -- focusing on creating a strong i ( Added: 2003-06-16, Hits: 3, )
  • HarpWeek - Bring 19th century history to life in the classroom utilizing our latest series of educational activities and simulation games—these content rich features have been drawn from news articles, editorials, illustrations, and cartoons found in the pages of… H ( Added: 2003-05-16, Hits: 2, )
  • MARGARET MEAD - WHEN Margaret Mead died in 1978, she was the most famous anthropologist in the world. Indeed, it was through her work that many people learned about anthropology and its holistic vision of the human species. ( Added: 2002-11-12, Hits: 24, )
  • NativeWeb - Selected by NEH as one of their original 21 top Humanities sites on the Internet Anthropology & Archeology * Art, Artisans & Galleries * Chat, Forums, Bulletin Boardsn * Children * Crafts & Indigenous Technology * Education * Elders * Environ ( Added: 2002-10-08, Hits: 36, )
  • solstice - ANCIENT SOLSTICE ARCHITECTURES, A LINGUISTIC PUZZLE, A FAMILY FERTILITY RITUAL, WINTER SOLSTICE IN MANY CULTURES, IN SONG, A TIME OF MAGIC, etc. ( Added: 2002-03-04, Hits: 41, )
  • The History Place - fact based, common sense approach in the presentation of the history of humanity, prepared by knowledgeable writers and historians. Great care is always given to accuracy in the construction and maintenance of our exhibits. ( Added: 2002-03-11, Hits: 60, )
  • The Victorian Web - the term Victorian, which literally describes things and events in the reign of Queen Victoria (1837-1901), conveyed connotations of "prudish," "repressed," and "old fashioned." Although such associations have some basis in f ( Added: 2002-03-06, Hits: 48, )