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History: The Americas
Canadiana -- current events, politics, and history.
South America and Latin America
Indigenous Peoples of Mexico includes revised information about Christopher Columbus.
Lanic - Latin American Network Information center from the University of Texas.
United States History
Child Labor in America, 1908-1912
Archiving Early America has a wealth of resources about 18th Century America, original newspapers, maps, writings, biographies, and more.
Colonial Timeline of the American Revolution
Salem Witchcraft Trials
An evolving site that outlines American History can be found at the From Revolution to Reconstruction site.
Prelude to the American Revolution: A Timeline of Events
Account of a Declaration: Over thirty historical documents, sixty-seven biographical sketches, and some twenty-five essays about the causes and circumstances of the American Revolution.
Major events of the American Revolution
Chronicle of the American Revolution from PBS.
The Declaration of Arms
Flags of the American Revolution
Patrick Henry's Speech: "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death"
The Civil War
The United States Civil War (one of hundreds of sites relating to this period of history).
Lewis and Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery includes maps, journal entries, sketches, and more.
The West is a site based upon the PBS series by the same name and includes a timeline of events, a map, and lots of links. The best part is you can search the site for the documents used in the television program.
see also Biography, Science
The Library of Congress's African American Perspectives features the Daniel A. P. Murray Pamphlet Collection. Almost one hundred years of African-American history and culture is presented, including articles by Frederick Douglass, Ida B. Wells, and Benjamin W. Arnett. The database is searchable by keyword, author, and subject.
Text of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech. Historical, powerful, and moving. One of the best speeched ever given, in our opinion.
The Chinese Historical and Cultural Project aims to promote and preserve Chinese and Chinese-American history and culture.
Flags of the Native Peoples of the United States
Native American History from the University of Washington.
A biography and photograph of Pocahontas courtesy of the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities (Jamestown Revisited).
For biographical information, take a look in Great Chiefs and Leaders.
CANKPE OPI: Wounded Knee Home Page
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