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  1. Posters of the Spanish Revolution
    Poster screen show is "Greed, Militarism, War - this is fascism. Unite to destroy it." Issued by the National Confederation of Workers (C.N.T.)

  2. ALBA - Shouts From the Wall

  3. ALBA - Screen Saver
    Features posters from the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives, with an English translation to each image.

  4. Smithsonian Institution Libraries: Make the Dirt Fly!
    Online exhibit on the construction of the Panama Canal. Audio and video elements and recent browser required.
  5. The American Experience | America 1900
  6. The Age of Imperialism
  7. Discovery Online, Feature Stories -- The Unkindest Cut
    "In 1870, a consortium of engineers, scientists, and explorers plunged into the single largest and costliest engineering effort since the Egyptians constructed the pyramids. The result? The Panama Canal. Discovery Online traces the tumultuous 40-year construction of a commercial endeavor which cost thousands of lives. The story unfolds through text, sound, video and a slide show."
  8. Lesson Plan: The Age of Imperialism
    A Concord Review: Sample Essay by Ben Hulse.
  10. The Avalon Project : Treaty of Peace Between the United States and Spain
  11. Naval History Magazine -- U.S. Naval Institute -- "What Really Sank the Maine" Edited by Tom Allen
    Very focused research site on the various theories on the sinking of the Maine. One file load all the text and graphics.
  12. The Spanish-Cuban-American War
  13. George Percival Scriven: An American in the Philippines
    "This journal of George Percival Scriven, an American Army Signal Corps Officer in the Philippines at the turn of the century, was written both as a personal memoir and as a place to keep notes for a book that he was intending to write about the American invasion and occupation of the Philippine Islands."
  14. Mangos, Fish and Rice
    Assign students to compare and contrast this view of the Philippines with that of George Percival Scriven above.
  15. Press Effects on Spanish-American Relations in 1898
  16. 1898-1998 Centennial of the Spanish-American War
    An excellent new page with background and graphics on the War.
  17. Spanish - American War Centennial Website
    TOC: Spanish American War Chronology, Background: The Cuban Revolution of 1895-98, Action Reports and First Hand Accounts, The US Navy and the Spanish Navy, Weapons Profiles and Personal Profiles, Unit Profiles, Journalism and Music of the War, Events, Exhibits and Related Info and Rough Riding Links.
  18. Spanish - American War Centennial Website
    Students might find the links to the press (Black, White and Yellow Journalism and Correspondents of the Spanish-American War) most interesting.
  19. The Spanish-American War in Motion Pictures
    TOC: The Motion Picture Camera Goes to War, The Spanish-American War and the Philippine Insurrection, The World of 1898, Chronology and an Overview Essay.
  20. Roosevelt, Theodore. 1899. The Rough Riders.
  21. Images of War and Empire
  22. History in the National Park Service: Spanish-American War
  23. UCR/CMP: The Maine
    California Museum of Photography displays original Keystone-Mast stereo images of the Spanish American War in Cuba.
  24. The Spanish-American War in Motion Pictures
  25. Royal City News - New Mexico's Rough Riders in the Spanish American War
  26. 1898 - 1998 A War Becomes History
    Centennial site.
  27. Remember The Maine
  28. Yellow Fever and the Spanish-American War
    Exhibit: Science and Politics in Latin America, 1898-1904.
  29. The Age of Imperialism
    Small Planet is offering several units and lessons on line in complete form. This appears to be very complete and well organized. Same applies to the unit on the Civil War. Contents: Expansion in the Pacific, The Spanish-American War (Remember the Maine, A Splendid Little War, A Gift from the Gods, The Boxer Rebellion, The Panama Canal, U.S. Intervention in Latin America).
  30. Spanish - American War Preview Page

  31. Panama Canal Unit
    Another Triton Project -- students research (centered on a proposal to expand the Canal) the geography, structure, and history of the Panama Canal, especially the US role in the Canal. They must also investigate the marine life on both sides of the Canal in a form of environmental impace study. They must present their findings in the form of a Hyperstudio stack or ClarisWorks presentation justifying or criticizing a proposed enlargement of the Canal. Students might also visit the Panama Pacific International Exposition, which was designed as a celebration of the opening of the Panama Canal.

  32. Panama Canal Commission Home Page
    A massive and wasteful graphic loads first on this page. Turn your graphics off on the browser to see the two links on the main menu. I am also very critical of the "History" part of the page that omits the story of how the Canal was acquired by the US. It begins with "Among the great peaceful endeavors of mankind that have contributed significantly to progress in the world, the construction of the Canal stands as an awe-inspiring achievement." and follows shortly with "The French labored 20 years, beginning in 1880, but disease and financial problems defeated them. In 1903, Panama and the United States signed a treaty by which the United States undertook to construct an interoceanic ship canal across the Isthmus of Panama." I wonder why they neglected to explain what a US battleship was doing in the waters outside of Columbia on the eve of the revolt that led to Panama's birth as a nation. Since this is a site that is likely to be visited often in the near future, it needs a massive introduction of historical fact to erase a false and misleading set of conclusions.

  33. Lesson Plan: The Age of Imperialism
  34. SARA - CTS Sewer Discharge Page
    Report of Shop, Factory, Mill or Industrial Establishment -- 1903. Look for downloadable lessons and graphics of the report -- a law of 1903 that required Industries discharging any waste material - chemical or human - to file a report and identify what they were putting into the rivers or streams. You will need to download the 3 BMP files to print the entire document. Allow some time, as the servers seems busy.
  35. Projects on the WWW
    A launch page for a number of "turn of the century" resources, including the above Centennial page above, others by the author and some offsite resources on the Web. These include: "Anti-Imperialism in the United States, 1898-1935", Imperialism: "The White Man's Burden" and Its Critics" and Its Critics, Mark Twain on the Philippines, The War from a Parlor: Stereoscopic Images of the Philippine-American War and Soldiers' Letters Home and Images from the Philippine-United States War. There is a Centennial site at Geocities that flashes that intrusive ad at the top that must be closed. It is worth the visit once the commercial window is closed. The Anti-Imperialism in the United States, 1898-1935 site recently expanded to include additional historical texts and literature that document the organizations formed in 1904 and 1905 during a split within the Anti-Imperialist League, the League's response to warfare in the Southern Philippines in 1906, and the campaign against Philippine independence launched by the American-Philippine Company in 1913-1914. A bibliography on The Philippine-American War and Anti-Imperialism in the United States was also added. Site recently expanded with additional essays and information.
  36. U.S. Gazetteer
    Search the 1900 census.
  37. The South Texas Border, 1900-1920: Photographs from the Robert Runyon Collection (American Memory, Library of Congress)
    Document the "...history and development of South Texas and the border, including the Mexican Revolution, the U.S. military presence at Fort Brown and along the border prior to and during World War I, and the growth and development of the Rio Grande Valley."
  38. Brownsville:1900 to 1920
    Photos by Robert Runyon, a former mayor of Brownsville.
  39. Heritage Magazine
    Complete text of articles on the history of the Philippines including: Brief history of the Philippines, The propaganda movement, Filipinos in Europe worked for reforms in the Spanish colonial government, Jose P. Rizal: National hero of the Philippines, Bonifacio and the Katipunan: Father of Philippine Independence, Keeping the spirit of 1896 alive, by Onofre D. Corpuz, Ph.D. and Telling it like it is: The 1896 Philippine revolution against Spain.
  40. Chicago's World's Fair of 1893
    The last and the greatest of the nineteenth century's World's Fairs and a celebration of American culture and society.
  41. NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1939-1940
    After visiting this page, I located a page on the New York World's Fair 1964/1965. Might make an interesting study (for students) of contrast/comparison and at least one essay. Project -- do a site for 1997!
  42. Small Planet Communications
    Now featuring "The Age of Imperialism: An On-line History" with a Sample lesson online.
  43. Theodore Roosevelt Page
  44. Goodey's Lady's Book Online Home Page
    Godey's Lady's Book was popular during the 19th century and included poetry, engraving and articles by well known authors in America. Compliments of the Rochester History Department.
    American History, Aviation History, 20th Century History (includes exhibit of photos taken during the First and Second Balkan Wars, Railroad History and a page for FDR and Kennedy.) Although this is a commercial site advertising products, there is some good material for downloading.
  46. Theodore Roosevelt for President
    What would a web site to promote the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt look like today?

    PBS presents "TR, The Story of Theodore Roosevelt" and "FDR" (Monday-Thursday, September 22-25 -- 9:00 p.m. ET), "Ike" (formerly "Eisenhower" -- Monday,September 29, 9:00 p.m. ET). Later in the season, THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE presents encores of "The Kennedys," "LBJ" and "Nixon," and two new biographies, "Truman" and "Reagan."

  47. Madison: A Model City
    Men make cities and cities make men. Recent discussion on one of the History Listservs has focused on teaching units in local history and reseraching local history. Here is a great example of a resource available for the student historian in Wisconsin interested in urban history. This is the 1911 work by John Nolen.
  48. Howell Living History Farm
    Recreates farming and farm life of the years 1900-1910.
  1. American Posters of World War One
    From the collection of Roger N. Mohovich.
  2. Liberty Memorial Museum Online
    World War One.
  3. Billy Mitchell, Milwaukee Native and Air Force Pioneer
  4. Twenties Reconstruction Society
  5. Tulane Manuscripts Department - World War I
  6. Learn More: New Deal Stage: Federal Theater Project, 1935-1939
    Includes scripts, stage and costume designs, and production notebooks.
  7. Voices from the Dust Bowl Home Page
    This is one of those sites that can create a lasting impression on students. I entered the menu at the "Migrant Experience", browsed the table of contents and and clicked on "Skip to My Lou" and "Barbara Allen" songs. The recordings sound like someone was kicking the mike, the record skips and repeats brief phrases and sections. But this is the way my "78s" played anyway. There are still folks in many parts of this country that enjoy the company of their fellow neighbors and workers and celebrate this with song, dance and conversation.
  8. The Mudcat Cafe presents The Digital Traditions Folksong Database Search Page
  9. North Carolina Moonshine
    Moonshine culture 1900-1930. Best visit the site before assigning students. You might ask students to research the song lyrics as to the values represented about drugs and drinking.
  10. Riding the Rails...
  11. Bubonic Plague
    Actually a page on the Flu "plague" during World War I from a science teacher at Chatham High School, near Albany, NY.
    "I had a little bird Its name was Enza. I opened the window, And in-flu-enza"
  12. Science News Online - This Week - News Feature - 3/22/97
    More on the "plague."
  13. Monessen and the Spanish Influenza of 1918
  14. Life at Camp Funston
    Hit hard with the flu plague.
  15. Letters from the Great War
    Lieutenant Percy Smith.
  16. World War I Letters - 1
    Letters to a sweetheart. The page loads as a graphic, even though the bulk of the content is text.
  17. Life at Camp Funston
    World War One in Ambulance Company 239, 10th Sanitary Train, at Camp Funston (part of Ft. Riley) Kansas. The story of a medic who nursed soldiers during the influenza epidemic of 1918-1919, "...the worst pandemic in history, and never fell to the disease. Twenty years later, he died of peritonitis from a ruptured appendix."
  18. Robert Lindsay Mackay's First World War Diary
    Robert gives an account of day-to-day life with the 11th Batallion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders from 1915 until the end of the war.
  19. World War I History Commission Questionnaires VTLS Virtua-Web Gateway 1.4
    A product of the Virginia War History Commission, which "...gathered and seven volumes of source material, including lists of Virginians honored for distinguished service and guides to newspaper clippings and wartime diaries and letters. The site also offers a fully-searchable database of over 14,900 records formed from a Questionnaire. Each record is also linked to digitized images of each page of the questionnaires and the photographs and additional pages submitted by the respondents.
  20. The Great War - HELLFIRE CORNER - The First World War (The Great War)
  21. The Zimmerman Telegram
  22. An American Nurse At War
    Promotional site for a video documentary on the topic.
  23. Virgil's photos - World War 1
    Virgil Brooks was a ship's baker 1st class on the USS Henry R. Mallory, a transport used to carry members of the American Expeditionary Force to Europe. Lots of ship history until it was torpedoed and sunk south of Iceland in 1943.
  24. WorldWar1.html
    Part of the Triton Project. Featuring a "Web Quest" format.
  25. World War I, The Great War
  26. The World War I Document Archive
    Under heavy construction, but will offer pages on Flags of the Great War, Medals of the Great War, Maps and Photographs.
  27. American Red Cross Virtual Museum
  28. Yahoo! Society and Culture:Holidays and Observances:Memorial Day
  29. Memorial Day
  30. The American Indian in the Great War: Real and Imagined
  31. The Nation's Forum
    American Leaders Speak: recordings from World War I and the Election of 1920. See the Special on "From War to Normalcy: An Introduction to the Nation's Forum Collection."
  32. The American Experience | Influenza 1918
    TOC: Killer Flu: Scientists are searching for the 1918 Flu virus---what do they hope to find? Public Health: How did it spread? Tracking Today's Flu: Researchers are busy identifying this year's flu...find out how they do it. Teachers can download a complete transcript of program and the Teacher's Guide.
  33. SHS American History Page
    High School project page with a focus on a peace treaty simulation of the Treaty of Versailles.
  34. First Division Museum at Cantigny
    The Big Red One.
    Panorama Photographs Collection Interested in four thousand images featuring American cityscapes, landscapes, and group portraits? "These panoramas offer an overview of the nation, its enterprises and its interests, with a focus on the start of the twentieth century... Subject strengths include: agricultural life; beauty contests; disasters; engineering work such as bridges, canals and dams; fairs and expositions; military and naval activities, especially during World War I..."

  35. The European History Page has many additional Web resources on World War I.
  36. The Zimmermann Telegram
    Part of National Archives and Records Administration "TEACHING WITH DOCUMENTS" program. Features the coded and decoded documents with suggestions for classroom lessons and activities.
  37. Billy Mitchell, Milwaukee Native and Air Force Pioneer
  38. Life at Camp Funston
    Featuring letters written by a World War One Army trainee during training at Ft. Riley and Camp Funston.
  39. Tool Chests: A Virtual Exhibition
    From Cabinetmaker's toolchest, about 1818, to a Shoeshine Kit, 1950s.
  40. America in the First World War
    Collection of photos.
  1. The Paramount Theatre, Oakland, California
    An examples of Art Deco design in the United States...and " of the first Depression-era buildings to incorporate and integrate the work of numerous creative artists into its architecture and is particularly noteworthy for its successful orchestration of the various artistic disciplines into an original and harmonious whole."
  2. Federal Theatre Project Collection: Home Page
    With over 13,000 images of items (stage and costume designs, still photographs, posters, and scripts) selected from the Federal Theatre Project Collection at the Library of Congress. The scripts include productions of Macbeth and The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus as staged by Orson Welles, and for Power, a topical drama of the period (over 3,000 images). Also included are 68 other playscripts (6,500 images) and 168 documents selected from the Federal Theatre Project Administrative Records. All this and more were part of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) effort to provide work for unemployed professionals in the theater during the Great Depression.
  3. Federal Theatre Project Materials
  4. The Federal Theatre Page
  5. WPA Works Progress Administration Virginia Life Histories VTLS Virtua-Web Gateway 2.0
  6. The Constitution Community Lesson Plan: The Dawes Act and the Enrollment Case File for Will Rogers
    Featuring a fine lesson by Kerry C. Kelly, a teacher at Hunterdon Central Regional High School in Flemington, NJ. I especially liked this part:
    "6. Locate the music and lyrics of "Don't Drink the Water" from the Dave Matthews Band album "Before These Crowded Streets." Distribute copies of the lyrics to the students and play the song for the class. While the song is playing, instruct students to underline powerful lines or draw images that come to mind for each verse. After the song is over, ask volunteers to describe the images that came to mind. Discuss the meaning of the song and the historical comparison to the Dawes Allotment Act and the Rogers case file. Instruct students to find other examples of songs, movie clips, or art works that reflect the Indians' struggle for land and their way of life during U. S. history. Students should present their selections to the class and explain why they chose them."
  7. Red Scare (1918-1921): Home Page
    Great resource for the study and interpretation of historic photos and cartoons. Very "seachable" and a quick load with thumbnail indexes for the photos and cartoons.
  8. We Made Do - Recalling The Great Depression
  9. Webquest:The Great Depression
  10. Been Here So Long
    Selections from the WPA American Slave Narratives featuring interviews of former slaves conducted by members of the Federal Writers Project. At least three sets of lesson plans can be located at the site.
  11. Media History Monographs Volume 1 Number 3
    The New Deal, Camp Newspapers of the Civilian Conservation Corps.
  12. EDSITEment -- Feature Site
    Review page for the New Deal Network.
  13. The 1930's WebQuest
  14. History 409: Between the Wars
    See the interesting article from "DownBeat" (1939).
  15. Brave New World or Blind Alley?
    Online course for the United States, 1919-1941.
  16. Learning Page: Using Oral History: Lesson Overview
    Download these excellent lessons organized in three primary resource sets: Working Women in the 1930s, Dancing as a Form of Recreation (1890s-1930s) and Americans and the Automobile. Many of the lessons contain excerpts with links to the full text and focus questions for students.
  17. The American Experience | The Dust Bowl
    Placeholder for the "Dust Bowl" PBS site. Teachers Guide available after Feb. 27th for the March 2nd airing.
  18. Walker Evans Project
    Evans took photographs in the 1930's of the poverty-stricken rural south. See the link to Photography As A Research Method to "...see how Walker Evans succeeded in producing the most objective images of all the FSA photographers..."
  19. California Heritage Digital Image Access Project
    Interested in Personalities and Activities in the Self-Help Cooperatives of California in 1933-1934? Or perhaps Production Photographs from Greed (Erich von Stroheim Production Adapted from Frank Norris' McTeague)? The site presents a massive listing with thumbnails and options for file sizes and "embedding digital representations of the primary sources directly within the documents ." A nice search tool will locate specific images. A great demonstration of what it means to "go digital."
  20. Classic Images Home Site
    Hollywood history.
  21. Flapper Culture & Style
  22. WPA Life Histories--Home PageShowcasing Depression life in more than 20 states.
  23. Reconstruction of a Mill Town - PA. 1910 and 1920
    Student paper - draft.
  24. The Roaring 20s
  25. The Roaring Twenties
    Art, Music, Literature, and Recreation during the Era of Prohibition. Covers the topics of Politics, Industrialization, Famous Trials, 1920's Trivia.
  26. Prohibition of Alcohol in the 1920s
  27. Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
    Access to information about the life of Frederick Douglass, as well as the material and document holdings of the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site.
  28. Twenties Reconstruction Society.
  29. The 1920s/The Twenties/The Roaring Twenties/The Roaring 20s/The 1920's
    Three sections: Timeline -- events and othere materials in chronological order, People & Trends, and a presentation of author's views.
  30. The Great Depression
    Covers the causes of the Great Depression, A Review of Keynesian Theory, Events of the 1920s, The Great Depression: A Timeline of the Great Depression and a Summary.
  31. Building America: FDR's New Deal
    Presents an overview of the Great Depression (Political/Historical/Economic Impact, Social Impact) and the THE NEW DEAL efforts (CCC - An American Social Experiment, WPA - National Overview) to end the suffering.
  32. We Made Do - Recalling The Great Depression
    From a class taught by Don Adams, who is Co-moderator, H-HIGH-S and a teacher at Mooresville HS, Mooresville, IN. His students interviewed members of a local Senior Citizen Center about their experiences during the Great Depression and transcribed the information for posting. The site will include the stories, a section of photographs, other Depression links. Seniors who have worked on WPA , PWA, TVA, or CCC projects are encouraged to add their experiences to the page. The webmaster posted it to the group because "... is such a simple and yet meaningful project that many of you can easily replicate. My kids had a ball and so did the seniors."
  33. Welcome to Howard Frank's Portfolio
    A fine collection of photos from the late 30s.
  34. The Price of Civilization
    Focused on the critical years of the Great Depression and World War II to chart the rise of the modern federal revenue system.
  35. Margie's 1930's and 1940's Web Links
  36. Color Photographs from the FSA and OWI Home Page
    Farm Security Administration and the Office of War Information between 1939 and 1945.
  37. New Deal Network
    A secondary (grade 7-12) education site that seeks to "document the social and cultural legacy of the New Deal era." The site at present is highlighted by three sections: "Dear Mrs. Roosevelt," "TVA: Electricity for All," and "Debating the FDR Memorial." Each section contains an explanatory essay, along with archival documents or photographs. The site also contains a large selection of photographs (see the Library section), suggested lesson plans, a timeline (under construction at present), Roosevelt's first inaugural address and a Fireside Chat. See the WPA Dolls of Milwaukee supplied by Betty O'Sullivan, Mary June Kellogg Rice, and the Milwaukee Public. See the New Deal Network Brings FDR's Vision to the Web
    for the Cybertime review of the NewDeal Network.
  38. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  39. First Lady of the World: Eleanor Roosevelt at Val-Kill
    This is an excellent "stand-alone" lesson, but it might be combined with a comparison-contrast exercise on Mrs. Clinton, Princess Diana or Lady Bird Johnson. I am reminded of the Lady Bird contribution every time I visit Texas (which is frequently) and see the results of her efforts at highway beautification. Other states should take note... as sometimes it is as simple as forming the concrete on bridge/highway intersections with the outlines of the state.
  40. NCSS Online: WebTech - FDR
    Online version of the Instructional Technology section of Social Education - Sept 96 which featured the FDR Era. All of the Sites Related to FDR and the New Deal on the World Wide Web are listed on the page....
  41. The Main Causes of the Great Depression
    Paper - also available in PDF format.
  42. Voices from the Thirties
    Life Histories from the Federal Writers' Project.
  43. The Great Depression
    Class project on the Depression in Vancouver.
  44. Bronzeville Landmarks Tour
    The site showcases a center of Black business and cultural life, in the 1920s-40s when Douglas/Grand Boulevard became popularly known as either Bronzeville or the Black Metropolis. The region "...spawned a vital and thriving cultural scene and an eager audience for jazz, blues, gospel, literature, and visual arts."
  45. Connecticut Home Page
    First-person accounts of life in Connecticut collected during the Great Depression.
  46. Movie Time
    Offers a PDF file from the 1938 segment of the historical collection.
  47. Will Rogers
  48. Einstein meets Magritte, an interdisciplinary conference
    Popular Mechanics Home.
  50. WPA Life Histories--Home Page
    Life histories written by the staff of the Folklore Project of the WPA from 1936-1940. Each describes the informant's family education, income, occupation, political views, religion and mores, medical needs, diet and miscellaneous observations.
  51. Milwaukee W.P.A. Dolls
See The War in Europe and the Holocaust for more Links and Resources on World War II.
  1. Bridgeport Working: Voices from the 20th Century
    Marge Schneider's career in the labor force, with a focus on the World War II era. A short sample in RealAudio... Most useful might be the PDF files that follow. They read almost like a script, and could easily be adapted to short skits, plays, or role-playing activities. Classes with students who need practice in reading (they all do) might easily fold one or two of these in for each class period. The other noteworthy element is the general topic on the site - Labor History... a topic that is often shortchanges in some texts.
  2. Historical Analysis of the 14-15 February 1945 Bombings of Dresden
  3. After D-Day: Operation Cobra and the Normandy Breakout
  4. Japanese-Americans in the 20th Century, Reminiscences of a Nisei [page 1 of 4]
  5. NOVA Online | Decoding Nazi Secrets
    With key links to: Crack the Ciphers, Send a Coded Message, A Simple Cipher, Are Web Transactions Safe, Mind of a Codebreaker, How the Enigma Works, Resources, Teacher's Guide, Transcript, Site Map.
  6. My Story: Pearl Harbor
  7. Admiral Nimitz Museum and Historical Center Index
  8. City of Steel: Carrier
    See It Built with Cross-Section View and Hear the Crew Carrier Experts and relive Great Carrier Moments.
  9. George Hoshida
    Class project from the University of California at Los Angeles. About the author an autobiography entitled, Life of a Japanese Immigrant Boy in Hawaii.
  10. American Merchant Marine
    Merchant Marine in WWII.
  11. Japanese American National Museum
    See the Digital collection . I browsed the "Dear Miss Breed: Letters from Camp", a collection of letters written to San Diego librarian Clara Breed by Japanese Americans interned in World War II concentration camps. Miss Breed, as she was known to the teenagers and young adults who wrote to her, was a lifeline to the outside world who comforted internees during their time of need.
  12. Okinawa: The American Years, 1945-1972
  13. Rabbit in the Moon
    Companion site to "Rabbit in the Moon," a film documentary about the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. "Discover the people and history behind the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. View video clips from the companion PBS television program, share your own personal accounts, follow a timeline of this dark chapter in American history and access other useful resources."
  14. Internment and Evacuation of San Francisco Japanese -- 1942
    See the Major Online Exhibits.
  15. Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition, Table of Contents
    Kentuckians and World War II, Presented by the Kentucky Historical Society.
  16. !--USS Indianapolis Organization Home Page-->
    At 12:14 a.m. on July 30, 1945, The USS Indianapolis was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in the Philippine Sea and sank in 12 minutes. Of 1,196 men on board, approximately 300 went down with the ship. The remainder, about 900 men were left floating in shark infested waters with no lifeboats and most with no food or water. The ship was never missed, and by the time the survivors were spotted by accident four days later only 316 men went on to survive.
  17. The American Experience | Fly Girls
  18. Chapter 5: WASPS
    Chapter 5: WASPS, from "A WASP Among Eagles: A Woman Military Test Pilot in World War II," by Ann Baumgartner Carl.
  19. Eisenhower Center Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library Homepage
  20. United States Strategic Bombing Survey: Summary Report (Pacific War)
  21. Jensen's Web Sources for Military History
  22. BETIO
  23. You Be the Historian
  24. Photographs from the Golden Age of Jazz
    Photos taken by writer-photographer William P. Gottlieb, from 1938 to 1948, documenting the Golden Age of Jazz.
  25. World War II Theaters
  26. Beyond Barbed Wire
    "This program features poignant, emotion-filled interviews with Japanese-American veterans who faithfully served their country while their families were locked away in concentration camps. Noriyuki "Pat" Morita ("Kangaroddy," "Karate Kid") narrates. Look for it to air May 13, 1999.
  27. Combinations of Jacksons - 99.05
    Memories of the World War II era by the author of of Norwood and True Grit.
  28. The Higgins Boat Project
  29. The National D-Day Museum
  30. National D-Day Memorial Foundation
  31. Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives - Home Page
  32. American History - Decade 1940-1949
    This is one segement from the massive site first reviewed earlier. It will take some time to load as the entire content and graphics load as one page...but is worth the wait. Content and tight organization could only be improved if the page were segmented to allow the browser to load only those segements selected by the visitor. I clicked on "Scrap Drives" first (I recall them from my youth) and was led to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Photograph Collection and a host of other graphics and information on the era.
  33. Carrier Battles in the Pacific - 1942
  34. Port Chicago Mutuny
    Report of "...the biggest homefront disaster of World War II and resulted in an amazing 15% of all black casualties sustained during the war." Students might research Port Chicago, CA, Explosion for more information from the DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY -- NAVAL HISTORICAL CENTER.
  35. The American Experience | Coming Up
    America and the Holocaust. Themes: WWII, Roosevelt, and the Holocaust.
  36. Witness & Legacy - Contemporary Art about the Holocaust
    A new paradigm for in-depth museum/school programming?
  37. Marshall Stelzriede's Wartime Story - Experiences of a WW2 B-17 Navigator
  38. Student analysis of Poster Art
    Research Brief on Poster Art From World War II.
  39. 50th Anniversary Exhibit Home Page
    Features highlights from the Archives. One example of what fine exhibits are currently online from museums....and not just a place to visit if you are from Oregon. Loads of material on American History here... After the introduction, move on to the Oregon State Archives Public Information Server for a visit to the State Archives. See: A Journey Across Oregon in 1940, Tour the Oregon Coast in 1940, "Echoes of Oregon", an educational resource featuring documents from the Oregon Territorial Period, "Fighters on the Farm Front" (An online exhibit covering the World War II).
  40. The Drop Zone Virtual Musum - Dedicated to preserving WWII Airborne History.
  41. My Father's Wartime Service in Europe -- A Biographical Letter
  42. Planes and Pilots of WWII
  43. HyperWar: World War II on the World Wide Web
  44. AFRO-Americ@: The Tuskegee Airmen
  45. The Second Infantry Division in World War Two
  46. Marshall Stelzriede's Wartime Story
    8th Air Force. An unusually large collection of photos (black and white) of the operations.

  47. Teachers' Guild Lesson Plan: The Role of American Women in World War II
  48. Teaching the Holocaust through Stamps
  49. American Heritage Special Selection: D-day: What It Cost
    As related in the letters of prticipants and relatives. The site also feature a Special Selection on Normandy at Peace.
  50. World War II: The Homefront
    TOC: Timeline, Museum, Simulation, Resources. Participation. Another fine ThinkQuest project. Have you seen their collection of CDs?
  51. Battle of the Bulge
  52. Capture of the U-Boat U-505
    A First Person Account byy Frank P. DeNardo, a Former Signalman 2/C aboard the USS Chatelain.
  53. American Heritage Special Selection: D-day: What It Cost
    As related in the letters of prticipants and relatives. The magazine also offers a special section on Normady today called American Heritage Special Selection: Normandy at Peace.
  54. D-Day normandy.jpg
  55. The Normandy Invasion
    From the Center for Military History.
  56. Welcome to the U.S. Army Military History Institute
    Reference Bibliographies, Archives Database, Photo Collection Database, Normandy Photos Database,with 300 photos of Normandy Invasion.
  57. Canada at War:The Valour and The Horror
    Normandy from the view of Canada.
  58. Imagining D-Day: The history behind Saving Private Ryan
    The site serves as a historical companion to Spielberg’s movie, Saving Private Ryan, and offers background for students writing about the invasion (or the film). Photo exhibits, video clips, audio commentaries, written transcripts, and historic newsreels from many sources are combined with personal recollections (audio and text).
  59. The American Experience/D-Day/About the Program
    PBS companion site.

  60. Hiroshima: Was It Necessary?
  61. 504th WWII Home Page
    The 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment was activated on 1 May 1942 at Fort Benning, Georgia and eventually became one of the most decorated parachute units of the War. This site tells the story of this famous unit.
  62. The Toughest Job in World War II for information on Medicine in the US Army -- a special excerpt from AMERICAN HERITAGE® New History of World War II., by Stephen E. Ambrose.
  63. "The Air Offensive (Against Japan, from Saipan and Tinian)"
    World War II Virtual Museum, American Memorial Park, Saipan.
  64. New Deal Network
  65. The American Experience:Guts and Glory
    Airing July 29th! One of the better sites for short, very readable oral histories that relate to the battles. About D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge, timeline for European segment and Nurses' Tales.
  66. UnInk TravelGuide: Passages West: Navajo Code Talkers
  67. Caitlin's Point of View
    How to "personalize" World War II.
  68. AFV NEWS-Tanks & Armor Page: G. BRADFORD
  69. World War II -- Links page
    Also includes a page 2. From the "Secrets of War" page and the Secrets of War - Television Series.
  70. World War II Armed Forces
  71. World War II Theaters
  72. World War II, Hopefully the Last War
  73. Jack Young's WWII Memoirs
  74. World War II Research in Kodiak Alaska
  75. World War II - Main Page
  76. GI -- World War II Commemoration
  77. P-38 Recovery and Restoration Main Page
    Story of Glacier Girl - a P-38 recovered from the Greenland glacier.
  78. Arnold Spring's War Stories
    As related to a Grandson.. Add this to your oral history collection on the war.
  79. American Artists in Uniform
    World War II. The site focuses on the artist, rather than the works.
  80. Midway @
  81. McMaster University: The Bertrand Russell EditorialProject and Bertrand Russell/ A Hypertextual Draft Edition
    See "The Bomb and Civilization" (1945)"
  82. A Guide to the Good War: Resources on World War II in the Archives of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin
    Interesting that we now should be calling this the "good" war. Perhaps this is a good question to pose to students.
  83. Propaganda Posters -- World War II
    Over two dozen propaganda posters showing, with links to other history resources
  84. PROJECT CA-35
    An attempt to discover the facts surrounding the sinking of a legendary German U-Boat off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts in August of 1944.
  85. America in the '40s
  86. New Brunswick History Department
  87. Freeman Field
    "Nobody Wanted Us": Black Aviators at Freeman Field. Sixty officers from the all-black 477th Bombardment Group were denied access to the base's officers club on account of their race were arrested on April 3, 1945. Three officers faced a court-martial, and approximately 100 men from the air group (including current Detroit Mayor Coleman Young) were jailed at Godman Field in Kentucky.
  88. Manzanar
    Information about the National historic site.
  89. WWII
    World War II Experiences : Staff Sergeant Albert R. Panebianco.
  90. Manzanar
  91. Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies
  92. Literature of the Holocaust HOME PAGE (Filreis)
    Course site for English 293 at Penn.
  93. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    General information on the museum, educational programs, a calendar and links to other sites of interest. Currently featuring a new exhibit: Hidden History of the Kovno Ghetto and an on-line exhibition: THE NAZI OLYMPICS Berlin 1936.
  94. Rutgers Oral Histories of World War II
    A sizable collection of PDF interviews, most from 1994-96 from participants living on the East coast of the United States.
  95. Voices from the Dust Bowl Home Page
    Web collection documenting the everyday life of residents of Farm Security Administration (FSA) migrant work camps in central California in 1940 and 1941. It contains audio recordings, photographs, manuscript materials and publications.
  96. Navy History Bibliographies: list
    United States Naval History: Cruise Books of the United States Navy in World War II, Historical Manuscripts in the Navy Department Library: A Catalog, The Reestablishment of the Navy, 1787-1801, United States Naval Forces in Desert Shield and Desert Storm: A Select Bibliography and a Bibliography of Korean War Naval Operations.
  97. Enola Gay and the Atomic Bomb
    Featuring some of the content from an exhibit that was canceled (after some controversy) in 1995 at the Smithsonian.
  98. 381st Bomb Group Home Page
  99. Memories of WarGlobal Court
    Unit 1 - War in the Pacific, Unit 2 - A fight to the Finish, Unit 3 - The Decision to Drop the Bomb, Unit 4 - Enola Gay, Unit 5 - Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Unit 6 - Japan Surrenders.
  100. TenderTale Submarine Tender Site
    Presents an interesting oral history (click on World War II near the bottem of the page)
  101. Private Art. Please Wait ...
    Presents a Collection of WWII Letters to and from a Pvt. Arthur Pranger.
  102. World War II- The War in Asia
    The author of this page recognzes the gap in Web sites on the Pacific theatre of World War II. Following the link to the fate of the Japanese-Americans the author states that the "...Japanese-American camps reflected a certain amount of racism against the Japanese." Other links lead to Japanese War Strategy & Events Leading to War, The Attack on Pearl Harbor, The Fate of Japanese-Americans During the War, The Course of the War in the Pacific, The A-Bomb, Famous People & Glossary, the Capture Iwo Jima and a quiz page.
  103. A History of Japanese-American Internment
  104. Internment Sites Internment photo of child
  105. War Relocation Authority Camps in Arizona, 1942-1946
  106. National Japanese American Historical Society
    Major links to Children of Detention Camps, 1942-1946, East to America: the Japanese American Immigrant Experience, Go For Broke: The Story of the All-Japanese American 100th/442 Regimental Combat Team, Military Intelligence Service (MIS) During World War II, Strength and Diversity: Japanese American Women, 1885-1990, U.S. Detention Camps, 1942-1946 and Latent August: Legacy of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
  107. JA*Net / History
    Links to: A Brief Japanese American Chronology, a Bibliography of Recommended Reading, The Japanese American Internment and the Internment Memorial, Japanese American Oral Histories, Links to Asian American History and The Japanese American National Museum.
  108. Japanese American Exhibit and Access Project
    Provides access to the UW holdings on the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. "Included in the project is a virtual exhibit focusing on the Puyallup assembly center, Camp Harmony, and enhanced access to archival guides and inventories of the UW Libraries Manuscripts and University Archives Division."
  109. EXECUTIVE ORDER 9066: The Internment of 110,000 Japanese Internment
  110. June 6, 1994 Table of Contents
    Cover and companion story from Time Magazine. Topics Eisenhower and Fascism.
  111. Franklin D. Roosevelt - 1933-1945
    ERIC Resources and Internet Resources for Teachers and Students.
  112. Twelve Hundred Days
    An oral history of the Bataan Death March and three years as a Japanese Prisoner of War by Russell A. Grokett, Sr.
  113. Oral History Archives of World War II
    Funded by the Rutgers College Class of 1942.
  114. Steel Pots
    Is it true that soldiers actually ate food out of their "pots"? Guess you will have to visit the site or read the book.
  115. Air Force Historical Research Agency
  116. The Drop Zone Virtual Musuem
    Oral history! Especially interesting was the 555th Parachute Infantry Battalion, or "Triple Nickles," which succeeded in becoming the nation's first African-American parachute infantry battalion and the first African-American unit to be integrated into the "regular" army during World War II. "Paratroopers and Glidermen were the US Army's elite infantry units. America's airborne forces spearheaded the war's most pivotal campaigns and were brought in to hold the battle line at all costs. The Drop Zone Virtual Museum is dedicated to preserving "human history" by examining the oral histories, testimonies, and artifacts of the participants."
  117. Welcome! The Wright Museum of American Enterprise
    Focus on the World War II era.
  118. Zeno's Warbird Video Drive-In
    Flight Characteristics of the P-51 Airplane (1944, B&W), Flying the P-47 (1943, B&W), How to Fly the P-40 (1943, B&W), Flight Characteristics of the P-38 (1943, color), B-29 Flight Procedures and Combat Crew Functioning (1944, B&W).

    Women Come to the Front--Journalists, Photographers, and Broadcasters in World War II.

    What did you do in the war, Grandma?--Features a new look to the site. I was please to see that all of the great oral history resouces remained.

    Army Nurse Corps History

    wasp --Women Airforce Service Pilot.

    Group E: Rosie the Riveter and other Women World War II Heroes

  119. Looking back at World War II
  120. The Institute on World War II
  121. USS Charles Ausburne - DD 570
  122. United States Strategic Bombing Survey: Summary Report (European War)
    September 30, 1945.
  123. For European Recovery: The Fiftieth Anniversary of The Marshall Plan
  124. Online NewsHour: World War Two Memorial -- July 4, 1997
  125. Yahoo! - Arts:Humanities:History:20th Century:World War II:Units:United States:Navy:Seabees
    The Seabees also have a Cook's Homepage.
  126. Peleliu--from"Brothers in Battle"
    Read a first person account of battle at Peleliu (World War II) in the form of excerpts from "Brothers in Battle," by R. Bruce Watkins.
  127. Trinity: 50 Years Later
    Offering several text and PDF files on the Bomb.
    Submarine Memorials found in the USA.
    The Museum has made the information on the site "public information" that "...may be distributed or copied; however, you must indicate the USAF Museum as the source of any information or photographs used...[and] that any re-publishing of information from this site on the World Wide Web be limited to 10 complete pages or 20 photographs." TOC: Aircraft Galleries, Early Years, Air Power, Korean Conflict, Modern Flight.
  130. The Flying Tigers
  131. Einstein-Image and Impact. AIP History Center exhibit.
    Formative Years | The Great Works | E=mc˛ | World Fame Public Concerns | Quantum and Cosmos | The Nuclear Age |Science and Philosophy | An Essay: The World As I See It.
  132. Grolier Interactive
    The American Presidency and World War II. An important history lesson, including articles, biographies, and videos. The site claims to present a "definitive collection of World War II historical materials on the Web."
  133. The Patton Web Pages
    Links to resources on Patton, essays by and about Patton.
  134. Pearl Harbor
    Presents a Map of Pearl Harbor, brief overview of the attack, time line of events, a list of USS Arizona personnel killed, map showing route of Japanese attackers over O'ahu and a selection of oral histories from the survivors.
    Presents a previously unpublished book " which personal narratives and photographs reveal how certain individuals acting upon their own moral convictions--while endangering their own and their families' lives--saved the lives of Jewish people from Nazi-occupied Europe. The author, Ellen Land-Weber teaches photography and digital imaging at Humboldt State University in Arcata, California.
    Adams County During World War II, Oral Histories of Adams County Residents, Photo Gallery: Gettysburg College During the War, Homefront Advertising.
  138. Cruiser Scout - By Paul Mckinley
    Online book by a participant from 1937-46 in the US Navy.
  139. Radio Days: A Soundbite History
    TimeLines | Radio News | Logs | Drama | Other Radio | Feedback | Capt. Midnight | Sci-Fi Guy Catalog. A great fun site... However, a click on "Radio News" generated a page of historical information on personalities in radio news broadcasting (Edward R. Murrow, H.V. Kaltenborn, William L. Shirer, Eric Sevareid, Raymond Gram Swing, Gabriel Heatter). Hear segments from famous broadcasts of events: The March of Time, Hindenberg Disaster, Neville Chamberlain, Pearl Harbor, George Hick's Live Report on D-Day, The sinking of the Andrea Doria). I tried Edward R. Murrow and was linked to a special page with a brief bio and Real Audio clips from some of his broadcasts (From London - 1939, London rooftop during the blitz - 1940, After a bombing run - 1943, Edward R. Murrow and the News - 1953, Murrow on the McCarthy hearings.
  140. tankbooks
    Oral History archives collected interviewing veterans of World War II.
  141. LST 454 HOME PAGE
  142. General Patton Memorial Museum at Chiriaco Summit, California
  143. The Manhattan Project
    A flashy multimedia presentation.
  144. Guadalcanal
    The Webmaster has recently added a fine site map.
  145. Iwo Jima
    Information on The Battle, The Photograph, The Flag Raisers.
  146. COMBAT!
    I will never forget Vic Morrow's battle with a German Tank! But this is not why the site is listed. It is one of the most comprehensive and creative sites on former TV programs on the Web. How might educators make use of the resources at the site?? Units on propaganda, media presentations on war, the role of the "grunt" soldier, the era of broadcast television that it was a part of, the character/personality of the main characters, way the enemy was dehumanized (or humanized).....
  147. Evolution of aircraft carriers
    Files in PDF format to view or download. An onsite monograph, Evolution Of Aircraft Carriers (out of print for many years) has been placed online because it is an excellent reference source for information about aircraft carriers.
  148. World War II pilots
    Oral history -- as Jack Cook remembers when he flew a B-24 Liberator in the Pacific Theater, Ray Ostlie's B-25 stories and a B-24 story from Radford Lewis.
  149. Color Photographs from the FSA and OWI Home Page
    From the Farm Security Administration (FSA) and the Office of War Information(OWI) between 1939 and 1945.
  150. The Writing 69th home page
    In February of 1943, eight civilian and military journalists took part in a training program sponsored by the United States Eighth Air Force. (Homer Bigart of the New York Herald Tribune, Walter Cronkite of the United Press, Gladwin Hill of the Associated Press, Paul Manning of CBS Radio, Robert Post of the New York Times, Andy Rooney of the military newspaper Stars and Stripes, Denton Scott of the military magazine Yank, and William Wade of INS (the International News Service). The goal was to prepare the men to accompany a high-altitude bombing mission against Germany.
  151. Beast of Eden - Weblinks
  152. armor museum
    Links to: Veteran's Day | Mars Attacks | Boats | Salute to the Coast Guard | Armored Vehicles.
    Commercial site.
  154. Oral History Archives of World War II
    Personal experiences of the men and women who served on the homefront and overseas.
  155. The Philadelphia Experiment from A-Z
    World War II.
  156. Casco Bay Online, History
    Includes some maps from Osher Map Library, interesting historical tidbits about sites around the bay near Portland. Be sure to visit The Last of the Liberty Ships, a superior article with a clickable image of the ship, the SS Jeremiah O'Brien, and the WWII effort in the South Portland shipyards. Also features is an article by Joel Eastman of the University of Southern Maine Casco Bay Online: World War II, The Casco Bay Bibliography, Casco Bay archaeology: as revealed in a 1992 dig and Little Chebeague: An island and its people. Now an uninhabited state park, the island's past incarnations include a World War II military installation, a thriving farm and a fashionable summer resort.
  157. United States Strategic Bombing Survey: Summary Report (Pacific War)
  158. Library of Congress POW Database
  159. Hiroshima Archive
  160. VENONA Home Page
    VENONA was the codename used for the U.S. Signals Intelligence effort to collect and decrypt the text of Soviet KGB and GRU messages from the 1940's.
  161. CMH Homepage
    See the new link to Army Nurse Corps History as well as new links to African-American History Month, History of the US Constabulary, 1946, Army National Guard (Suggested Readings), Early Republic, War of 1812 and the Mexican War.
  162. Taxation in War and Depression, 1933-1946
    Currently focused on the critical years of the Great Depression and World War II - a project seeks to chart the rise of the modern federal revenue system.
  163. PACAF 52nd Anniversary Home Page
    I only had time to explore a couple of major links on this page, but I especially enjoyed the Medal of Honor page, with graphic sketches and descriptions of the basis for the award.
  164. USS Washington BB56
    Another battleship history site.
  165. Skylighters: An Oral History of the 225th AAA Searchlight Batallion
    Unit oral histories and a nice collection of links to sites on World War II.
  166. Office of War Information Collection (Library of Congress Special Collections)
    Early 1940s.
    Book and poster on World War II B-29 air assault against Japan in 1945 -- a March 10, 1945 night incendiary attack on Tokyo.
  168. 594th_EB_and_SR
    Photos taken in and around the camps where the 594th was stationed during the last part of World War II.
  170. Pssst! Wanna see some propaganda posters?
    Canadian posters in World War II.
  171. Graphical Arts
    Propaganda Posters - First and Second World War, American Advertising Posters - First Half of the Century.
  172. "I WANT YOU" -- The Uncle Sam Image Gallery
  173. USS Washington BB56
    Historical Facts -- from Commissioning to the BB56 Reunion Group.
  174. The Marshall Islands Campaign
    (January 31, 1944 - Feb. 8, 1944).
  175. FDR Cartoon Collection Database
    Political cartoons from the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt produced in a cooperative venture of the AP Computer Math class and the AP United States History classes at Niskayuna High School. Students did photocopies of the original newspaper clippings of political cartoons (from the Basil O'Conner collection at the Hyde Park Presidential Library), which had become brittle with age. The project will continue as there are over 30,000 cartoons in the collection! "This work will continue for several years. It provides students with an opportunity to perform community service, use computers for other than word processing, learn how to write and to be published in HTML, and to be a contributing member of the World Wide Web community. Students claim that they learn more from the cartoons than from the textbook. There is something to be said for doing history rather than reading history."
  176. Ernie Pyle
    "To the millions on the American home front during World War II, Ernie Pyle's column offered a foxhole view of the struggle as he reported on the life, and sometimes death, of the average soldier."
  177. Battle of Midway
  178. MIDWAY
  179. The Cruiser Houston
    Collection includes the William Bernrieder Papers and materials donated by the men who served on the U.S.S. Houston.
  181. USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63)
  182. Americana
    Milwaukee Public Museum. Great articles on Decoy Collection, Street Clocks, WPA Doll Collection, Stamp Collection. Also, see the World War II Flying Jacket at the site.
  183. "54 Years Ago" Bulletin Board - WWII
    A place for World War II enthusiasts to ask questions tell stories or post reunion notices.
  184. PACAF 52nd Anniversary Home Page
    I only had time to explore a couple of major links on this page, but I especially enjoyed the Medal of Honor page, with graphic sketches and descriptions of the basis for the award.
  185. Marine Diary - Experiences on Guadalcanal
    First-person account of the Battle of Guadalcanal from an ammo chief in I Battery, 3rd Battlion, 11th Regiment of the 1st Marine Division.
  186. Atomic Bomb: Decision (Hiroshima-Nagasaki)
    Atomic Bomb: Decision (Hiroshima-Nagasaki).
  187. Dad's War: Finding and Telling Your Father's World War II Story, by Wes Johnston
    Great content and links! On site: Dad's War (Workshops on Finding and Telling Your Father's World War II Story), Dad's War (The Book), Unofficial 7th Armored Division Association Home Page, World War II Troop Ship Crossings, The Battle of the Bulge, World War II Personal Stories (Links and Books), World War II Military History Resource Sites and Books, Special Groups, World War II History Sites, Sites to Post World War II Queries.
  188. Sultan Web page
    Specializing in Classic WWII & Later Military vehicles.
  189. World War II on the Web
    Nice collection of links.
  190. USS Charles Ausburne - DD 570
  191. The MacArthur Memorial
  192. George Rarey's World War II Air Force Cartoon Journals
    This site includes more that "cartoons" and should be visited by the students who is interested in some primary resource material (in the form of paintings) recorded on U.S. airplanes and other data as a starting point for research.
  193. Homefront World War II
    Scrap drive date: 1940's (122k) "Turning plow shares into swords." Special Collections Division of the University of Texas at Arlington Libraries
    Mississippi State.
  195. Enola Gay Perspectives
  196. World War II
    Links to:Aircraft Statistics, Take My Quiz, Other World War II Links, Steve Karoly's Vietnam Experience, The Story of the F4U Corsair, Victory in Europe: The End of the War, in London, World War II Chronology.
  197. World War II Propaganda Posters
    Documents relating to the atomic bomb project and the decision to employ it against Japan.
  198. Mulvaney on Bomb Disposal
    WW II cartoons.
  199. Camp Tarawa Home Page
    Site will include the story of the Second and Fifth Marine Divisions in Waimea, Hawaii during World War II.
    Redstone Arsenal'sPage. A focus on women production workers at the Arsenal.
  201. Ron Martini's Submarine Base
    Nice listing of Navy information, ship locations.
  202. Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and Museum
    A click on the main menu on "Education" followed by "Overview" reveals a descriptive statement of the teaching method in which "...students learn history by a process which The New York Times called the 'equivalent of an experiment in a science lab.' Using this approach, students search for evidence, run down clues, formulate and test hypotheses, defend and attack theses. The most popular educational offering at the Roosevelt Library is a game called: Secret Agents in the Oval Office. Simulating a war time spy mission, "Secret Agents" requires students to work as teams to solve a sophisticated information gathering problem."
  203. USS JOHN C. STENNIS (CVN 74) Home Page
    Links to: Mission and Capability, Facts and Figures, The Building of an Aircraft Carrier, How did CVN 74 get it's name? The 1st JCS Newspaper, The Statesman.
    Also, did you know that a WHO'S WHO OF UNITED STATES BATTLESHIPS is available (ftp) from
  204. Naval History
  205. Welcome To The WWII Veterans Website
  206. World War II Flying Jacket
  207. Trop loin de Berlin - English Version
    Story of the German and Italian prisoners of war detained in Canada for almost seven years. How and why? Includes previously unpublished photos.
  208. World War II, the Traditional Family, and Classical Hollywood Cinema
    Selection from one of the articles in Telecine.
  209. AFRO-Americ@:This Is Our War
    "A compilation of articles written by AFRO correspondents while following Black American troops during World War II. Includes a short history about each of the correspondents with pictures and cartoons." While you are at this site, visit the main history page also. It features pages on The Scottsboro Boys, The Million Man March, Black or White, The Black Panther Party, Jackie Robinson, The Tuskegee Airmen and Black Resistance... Slavery in the U.S.
  210. CLIO -- National Archives Gopher/WWW
    Recent announcement about the site:
    Washington DC . . . The National Archives has inaugurated a new Exhibit Hall on the internet's World Wide Web. The Hall will allow computer users to access selected items from the National Archives vast historical holdings. The first exhibit, "POWERS OF PERSUASION," is a selection of 11 full color posters from the Second World War. Each poster is fully annotated with historical background and information about the artists (the poster images are available in high resolution JPEG format for downloading). In addition, visitors can hear an audio clip from Irving Berlin's "Any Bonds Today?," the most famous of all war bond songs.
  211. DOE Office of Human Radiation Experiments Home Page
    "The Office of Human Radiation Experiments, established in March 1994, leads the Department of Energy's efforts to tell the agency's Cold War story of radiation research using human subjects. We have undertaken an intensive effort to identify and catalog relevant historical documents from DOE's 3.2 million cubic feet of records scattered across the country. Internet access to these resources is a key part of making DOE more open and responsive to the American public."
  212. Pearl Harbor Remembered
  213. MICOM Historical Office Home Page
    Team Redstone. TOC: Army in Space, Automobiles, Aviation, Cold War, Desert Storm. Helicopters / History Links / Installation / Missilery / Monographs / Multimedia / Photo Archives Redstone Firsts / Video Vault / Women's History / World War II / Multimedia / Evolution of AMCOM / Redstone Arsenal Website / Sparkman Center History / Comments / E-Mail / DoD Security Notice
  214. Remembering Nagasaki: Index
    Photo and text information with links to current information on Nagasaki and other World War II sites.
  215. The Big Mamie Home Page
    Battleship Cove Fall River, Massachusetts.
  216. Countdown to '95
    "In 1995, the world will observe the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, the 50th Anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, and the re-ratification of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. This page is designed provide readers with the latest hard statistics, source texts, editorials, and graphics dealing with these and other military events."
  217. Cruiser Scout - By Paul Mckinley
    Eleven chapters online..with photos. From the perspective of a participant in the Pacific war. Paul presents an extended oral history of the war as he experienced it, supported with documents from the era.
  1. All Powers Project
    The Domestic Red Scare: It Didn't Start with McCarthy.
  2. U.S. News Online: Cold War Archive
  3. Office of the Historian: Foreign Relations Series
    From the Truman Administration through Nixon.
  4. The Cold War and Red Scare in Washington State
    See also at the main menu.
    TOC: A History Bursting With Telling, Asian Americans in Washington State (Asian American Experience PDF File), The Klondike Gold Rush, Curriculum Materials for the History of the Pacific Northwest in the Washington Public Schools, Klondike PDF File. Notice also the link to HSTAA 432, History of Washington State and the Pacific Northwest, which presents an introduction to Pacific Northwest History, Contacts and Contests: Non-Indians and Resources, 1741-1900, The American Northwest:Urban and Industrial Growth, 1846-Present, and a total of Twenty seven online lessons.
  5. The Cold War.
  6. Did NATO Win the Cold War?
  7. The American Experience | Race for the Superbomb | Nuclear Blast Mapper
  8. Adrian Scott
    Adrian Scott, summoned to appear in front of the House Committee on Un-American Activities to answer questions about Communist influence on the motion picture industry, was charged with contempt of court, given a prison term and over blacklisted for 16 years.
  9. It Seems Like Yesterday - Winter 99: The Atomic Age
  10. Red Scare: Home Page
    Cartoon RED SCARE is an image database about the period in the history of the United States immediately following World War I. The dates are approximately from the Armistice in November of 1918 to the collapse of hyper-inflation in mid-1920. Images can be used in student/teacher research and presentations of a non-profit nature. The site loads quickly and is well organzied.
  11. Korean War Museum
    Offers a brief History of Korean War, Stories and Photo's.
  12. Recently Added NAIL Data
    Korea.jpgThe shot at the left shows the result of search in the new material added on the Korean War.
    Its simplicity should make it usable for the middle grades.
    In addition to the addition of the Selected Photographs from the Conflict in Korea,
    the page also presents Exhibits and Other Evidence
    from the President's Commission on the Assassination
    of President Kennedy (Warren Commission)
    , Selected
    Images of Women at Work
    and Maps Relating
    to the Civil War.
    were among a host of
    new materials added to this vast digital collection.
    "Sputnik sent back the first signals from the cosmos and the space race was on." LIFE archives provide the resources, edited by Seth Goddard.
  14. coldwar.gif
    Feature rich site... with a complete Teacher's Guide: Curriculum Connections, COLD WAR Themes, Geography, Chronology, Maps, Cold War Culture,Postscript, Other Cold War Sites, At the site, see " previews and multimedia recaps of each episode; video, audio, and text excerpts from nearly 100 interviews filmed for the series; text from archival documents and contemporaneous _Time_ and Russian newspaper stories; in-depth sections on Cold War culture; and a Knowledge Bank section containing a glossary, "Cold Warrior" profiles, related links, and a chronology. Additional resources include a classroom guide to the series, online Shockwave quiz games, and an online discussion group."
  15. Combat Actions In Korea
    All 19 chapters.
  16. Korean War: Weapons, History, Bibliography
  17. The Korean War, A Fresh Perspective - Cover Page: April '96 Military History Feature
  18. President Truman 4 and 5
    Korean War Files and Truman Diaries and Handwritten Notes from Truman's Office Files, 1945-1953.
  19. Sputnik - 40 Year Anniversary
  20. Marilyn Monroe, Korea, 1954
  21. The Cold War and Red Scare in Washington State
    A curriculum project for Washington schools developed by The Center for the Study of the Pacific Northwest. Loads of documents and primary resource materials, especially focused on the Cold War and Red Scare in Washington.
  22. 1998/02/22
    Press release/report on the release of The Inspector General's Survey of the Cuban Operation, " of the most tightly held secret documents of the Cold War and CIA covert operations against Cuba."
  23. The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962
  24. The Avalon Project : The Cuban Missile Crisis
    Foreign Relations of the United States : 1961-1963 Cuban Missile Crisis and Aftermath.
  25. Cold War -US History
  26. Declassified Documents
    Documents on the first release of the atomic bomb and the Bay of Pigs. As long as Cuba interests you, Yahoo has a growing collection of links to the Cuban Missile Crisis.
  27. The New York Times on AOL: Sputnik
  28. THE BERLIN CRISIS 1958-1962
    A comprehensive record of of U.S. policy toward Berlin and West Germany featuring a large amount of recently declassified documents. The documents cover the period from 1953 to the late 1960s.
    Scheduled for Monday, July 13, 1998, the rescue operation "...that saved more than 2.5 million people from starvation and served as the single most significant event in stopping the Soviet advance across post-World War II Europe."
  30. Berlin Airlift: A symbol of Western resolve
  31. A Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Berlin Airlift A series of pages (mostly black and white photos).
  32. Berlin Airlift
    "Operation Vittles", from the Post World War II History Gallery. Even more interesting is the story of "Operation Little Vittles", a story of pilots who dropped candy to the children in Berlin.
  33. Project Whistlestop
    The page provides student access to the original source material of the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library, including documents, photographs, records, cartoons, and other archival material.
  34. The National Security Archive / Publications
    Nicaragua 1978-1990, The Philippines, The Marcos Years 1965-1986, South Africa 1962-1989, The U.S. Intelligence Community 1947-1989, Military Uses of Space, 1945-1991, Nuclear Non-Proliferation, 1945-1990, Afghanistan 1973 - 1990, The Berlin Crisis 1958-1962, The Cuban Missile Crisis 1962, El Salvador 1977-1984, Iran 1977 - 1980, The Iran-Contra Affair, Iraqgate 1980-1994, Presidential Directives on National Security From Truman to Clinton, The Soviet Estimate: U.S. Analysis of the Soviet Union (1947-1991). While you are in the area, check out the The National Security Archives
  35. Senator Joseph McCarthy -- A Multimedia Celebrationjoemc.jpg
  36. Blacklisted
    Story of one man's struggle to survive the Hollywood blacklist of the late 1940's, 1950's and early 1960's. Information about the radio broadcast this Fall. Site for a play that also includes links to two essays on the McCarthy Era. Recent discussions in H-WORLD have focused on the issue of the time and attention given to current history (post World War II) prior to the administration of the AP exams. This site will provide teachers and students with a wealth of ideas on projects for Government and World History classes. Schools with subjects in the area of "social change" would also benefit. Teachers who wish to involve students in the study of history as participants and active learners should visit the site as well. I visited the site with "images on" but the real impact came from reading the primary resources (diary entries) and the text in the documents. Five stars for this site!
    Click on "FBI" file for a view of the mentality of Hoover and the FBI during the era.
  39. Hanford Time
    The site attempts to examine our nuclear situation from many different points of view. What do we want to tell future generations about Hanford? What is absolutely necessary to convey to our descendants for their own safety? A brief selection of Oral Histories begins the documentation of the Hanford "nuclear heritage."
  40. Cold War Hot Links: Web Sorces Relating to the Cold War
  41. Korean War Webs
    Book reviews, text files and links from the Korea WebWeekly.
  42. The Cold War
    Essay that includes the topics of: Yalta & Hiroshima, Domestic Policy, Foreign Policy, Arms Race, Reflections, and Hot Links.
  43. Abandoned Missile Base VR Tour: The Site
    A detailed text and image account of an expedition into a deserted missile silo.
  44. Korean War exhibit
    From the Navy Art Collection.
  45. Examining the Korean War
    Features a special question set for K-12 teachers, Book Reviews, Maps, Senior Thesis: Discussion of the Treatment of African-Americans in the Korean War. Read a prospectus of a research paper about the 24th Infantry Regimental Combat Team and When Black is Burned: The Treatment of African-American Soldiers During the Korean War.
    Speech that launched the Marshall Plan.
  47. The Cold War at Home and Abroad
  48. The Cold War
    The Cuban Missile Crisis | The Berlin Airlift and the Berlin Wall | The Space Race | Winston Churchill's Iron Curtain Speech.
  49. Cold War International History Project
  50. Seattle Times Trinity Web
    Special issue on the 5oth aniversary of the use of the A Bomb. See the interactive section for activities and study guide.
  51. Trinity Atomic Test Site and HEW Archive (U.S.)
    Includes a link to the Trinith site and the High Energy Weapon Graphics Archive with a graphic history of the weapons.
    Another PBS special that "...combines historical newsreels and archival film with interviews of Bay of Pigs combat veterans, historians, journalists, former CIA officials, and members of the ...Kennedy and Eisenhower administrations." Rebroadcast scheduled for March, 1998.
  53. Nuclear Testing Unit
    The unit is no longer available. However this site presents a template for teachers and students to use in creating a project of their own. Teachers should visit the Sculpting the Triton Curriculum first.
    Links to Korean War Veterans Memorial, Korean War / Vietnam Casualty Lists, Visions of Korea, Return To Heartbreak Ridge, Korean War Veterans Groups, Korean War History, Korean Maps, Korean Related Resources, U.S Government Websites and Veterans Links. Hal Barker has made an important contribution to our understanding and knowledge of the Korean War with this Homepage.
    " In Memory of Second Lieutenant Arthur Donald Delacy, U.S.M.C., Aviator, Chicago, Illinois, MIA October 7, 1951, Heartbreak Ridge, North Korea, and All Those Who Fell in the defense of the Republic of Korea. We have not forgotten."
  55. Veterans of the Korean-War Journal
    For an interesting comparison, see a site that looks at the War from the Korean perspective. Korea -- 1935-55. An eye witness account of the history of Korea by a Korean from 1930 to 1955 and photos and excerpts from recently declassified US, Chinese and Russian secret documents. Topics include: Kim Il Sung's guerrillas, US occupation of S Korea, Korean War and CIA covert operations in Korea.
  56. Black Soldier, White Army
    History of the 24th Infantry regiment in the Korean War.
  57. CMH Homepage
    U.S. Army Center for Military History. See "Executive Summary of Black Soldier, White Army: The 24th Infantry in Korea" under "Articles Online." Matthew D. Bird, "Military Research on the Internet" is also presented and povides some interesting reading on historical research on the Internet. Under the Resarch link see: Master Index of U.S. Army Records, Other Useful Finding Aids, Finding Aid to CMH Vietnam Interview Tape Collection, Library Holdings of Periodical Literature on Microfilm at CMH, Guide to Record Groups at the National Archives, Military History Related Photographs Held by the National Archives, Still Picture Branch. The center recently added "Training for Mountain and Winter Warfare Army Ground Forces Study Number 23.." The study documents the experiments in mountain and winter warfare training from 1940 to 1944 at the Mountain Training Center and The 10th Mountain Division that participated in the training.
  58. Postwar Readings
    TOC: The Civil Rights Movement - National Civil Rights Museum, The Civil Rights Movement: A Status Report, The Cold War, "Ground Zero:" Cold War Culture, In Our Path, Judith Goldsmith, A Biased Timeline of the Counter-Culture, Lyndon B. Johnson and the Great Society, Lyndon B. Johnson and the Vietnam War: The Gulf of Tonkin Incident, John F. Kennedy, Modern Art: Rebel Painters of the 1950s, Richard M. Nixon, Jackson Pollock and Abstract Expressionism, Elvis Presley, Union Labor: The Walter Reuther Library, Mark Rothko, The Sixties Project, Special Collections in the Library of Congress: Twentieth Century, Vietnam-era U.S. Government Documents, Vietnam--More Internet Resources.
  59. thesite: Sal & Stef
    Favorite Sixties websites.
  60. JFK Resources Online
    Speech archive, featuring the JFK's Inaugural Address, American University Speech, Berlin Speech, Undelivered Trade Mart Speech, Selected quotes, Kennedy humor, Memories of Kennedy, Press comments, 1963 and information on the Warren Report and the Warren Commission.
  61. Larry Charbonneau's JFK Page
  62. Memories of the Cuban Missile Crisis
    Some interesting oral history documents.
  63. JFK Lancer: Educational Links
    Links to assist you in teaching the JFK assassination as a historical event.
  64. The Cuban Missile Crisis
    The New York Times digs into its Archives for the "Missles of October." U.S. Imposes Arms Blockade on Cuba on Finding Offensive Missile Sites; Kennedy Ready for Soviet Showdown (Oct. 23, 1962), Soviet Challenges U.S. Right to Blockade; Interception of 25 Russian Ships Ordered; Cuba Quarantine Backed by United O.A.S. (Oct. 24, 1962), Khrushchev Suggests a Summit Meeting; Thant Bids U.S. and Russia Desist 2 Weeks (Oct. 25, 1962), Kennedy Agrees to Talks on Thant Plan, Khrushchev Accepts It; Blockade Goes On (Oct. 26, 1962), U.S. Finds Cuba Speeding Build-Up of Bases, Warns of Further Action; U.N. Talks Open (Oct. 27, 1962), U.S. Gets Soviet Offer to End Cuba Bases, Rejects Bid to Link It to Those in Turkey (Oct. 28, 1962), Cuban Crisis: A Step-by-Step Review (Nov. 3, 1962)
    The site also provided the first first chapter of Baseball in Black and White (with links to The Times Archives on Jackie Robinson) and the Public Defender A biography of Archibald Cox which revisits Watergate and the Saturday Night Massacre. The current issue also links to an archive of the weekly issue for all of 1997.
  65. Cold War Policies - 1945-91
    Key eras in the history of the Cold War through the most recent eras (Revolution 1989-1991). Very well organized with links to other information on the Cold War.
  66. USAF Museum Vietnam Era History Gallery
    Inlcudes information on The Cuban Missile Crisis - October 1962. Information on this system is considered public information and may be distributed or copied providing you indicate the USAF Museum as the source of any information or photographs used.
  1. Yahoo! Arts:Humanities:History:By Time Period:20th Century:Military History:Vietnam War:Battles and Campaigns:Tet Offensive
  2. Battlefield:Vietnam
    There are loads of things I like about this site... One that more should adopt is a list of other suggested sites on similar or related topics with brief annotation on the content.
  3. C-SPAN: LBJ White House Tapes
    C-Span previously aired the JFK tapes as well.
  4. Battlefield:Vietnam
  5. Lies Deceit and Hypocrisy
    Essay/research paper and Web Bibliography of Vietnam war journalism.
  6. AFVN - American Forces Vietnam Network - DINFOS
    Good example of a site that should provide a sound turn-off control or provide the option of selecting sound at the site. Lots of photos though.
  7. The Fall of Saigon, R. Vietnam by the Embassy Marines
    Established as a means of communication between the Embassy Marines of the Fall of Saigon 29-30 April 1975.
  8. The Vietnam War: A teacher's resource
    Providing Historical Background and Curriculum Ideas.
  9. Vietnam Airdrop History
  10. Personal Legacy: The Healing of a Nation
    Objects left at the Memorial.
  11. Viet Nam
  12. Vietnam: A Soldier's Perspective
    A reasearch tool for students adapted from Bernie Dodge 's WebQuest_Template1.html by Tom March.
  13. Daily Egyptian Special Report - SIUC in Turmoil
    Sample of student reactions to the Vietnam War.
  15. Grover Furr's Vietnam War Page
  16. Vietnam war history page
    A " to resources from all perspectives on the Vietnam Conflicts 1945-1975."
  17. Cafe Pacific: Asia-Pacific Network: My Lai Massacre
    From the Melbourne Sunday Observer: 14 December 1969.
  18. A History of OV-1 Mohawk Units that served in Vietnam
  19. Naval History Magazine -- U.S. Naval Institute -- "Late Vietnam: Loyalty to Whom?" By Kenneth Hagan
    Results of a conference on the war on 5-6 March 1997.
  21. Protest: The Story of the Gainesville 8
    Vietnam War veterans who disrupted the 1972 Republican National Convention to protest Vietnam. Find out what each man is doing today.
    A personal account.
  23. Renegade Woods
    Presents a sample of one of the types of historical documentation created during the Vietnam War by deployed combat historians. A series of oral interviews and graphic sketches of the operation, part of formerly confidential debriefing information. An oral history archive of massive scope...and online and available for scholars for the first time.
  24. Vietnam Studies
    U.S. Army Special Forces, 1961-1971, with links to the role of the Special forces in Vietnam.
    A site formed around the course materials for a seminar on the Viet Nam War at Vassar College, offers examination of translations of some of those sources from the Vietnamese archives on the war in Hanoi. The page also presents a great "Overview" that should be great for High School survey classes.
  26. Vietnam: A Teacher's Guide
    The Asia Society's Focus on Asian Studies, Special Issue, No. 1, Fall 1983.
  27. Nam_Album
    The Vietnam War Photo Album.
  28. Role Playing LBJ's 1965 Vietnam Decision
    The site is designed for post k-12 students, but with some minor adjustments can be adapted for younger students. You might want to download streaming video.
  29. Virtual Vietnam: Lessons in Reconciliation
  30. Fall of Saigon
    Brief oral history files by those who were present. The end of the page features some good sites on the War and VietNam.
  31. Literature of the Viet Nam War
    Class site, with student reports online.
  32. The Conflict in Southeast Asia
    From the US Air Force Museum. Teachers and students who use material (such as the map to the right) are requested to cite the source with "Information courtesy of the USAF Museum."
    Textbooks. . .Workshops. . . Resource Guide. . . Handbook . . . Video.
  34. Vietnam War
    The Events/ US Troop Strength/ US Fatalities. Presents a chornology of the American involvement in the war in Vietnam from the new MultiEducator CD Rom on the 60's.
  35. Vietnam war history page
    1995 Project at Virginia Tech that may not be available soon.. Try your "save to disk" or explore the site and save URLs to your bookmarks.
  36. Vietnam Photo Essay Pg.1
  37. Edwin Moise Bibliography of the Vietnam War
    Vietnam Conflict page at Texas Tech University.
  39. The VietNam Pictures Archive at SunSite
    Archive of a number of JPEGs and GIFs, MIDI sequences and RealAudio clips.
  40. Edwin Moise Bibliography of the Vietnam War
  41. Re: Vietnam | Oral History Tips
    The goal of this site is to present information on to do an oral history project on the impact of the Vietnam era and share the results with readers around the world through the website (see link below) , Regarding Vietnam: Stories Since the War."
  42. Re: Vietnam -- Stories Since the War
    See the links to program informaton on MAYA LIN: A STRONG CLEAR VISION - A P.O.V. SPECIAL to be shown November 27, 1996 (check local listings). - Special Chronicles Ten Years in Life of Architect sculptor Maya Lin whose design for the memorial was chosen in 1981.
  43. Operation Homecoming - Vietnam
    Collection of photos with descriptons.
  44. 30-Year Anniversary: Tonkin Gulf Lie Launched Vietnam War
  45. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
    THE TONKIN GULF INCIDENT and President Johnson's Message to Congress in 1964.
  47. Vietnam: Yesterday and Today
    Chronology of the Vietnam War, How Vietnam Differed from Other Wars, Materials for Study and Teaching, Vietnam War Fiction, Vietnam War Non-Fiction, Vietnam War Films, Vietnam: The Women's Experience, The Vietnam War: The Vietnamese Perspective.
  48. Statistics about the Vietnam War
  49. Vietnam War Helicopter Flight Crew Network (VHFCN)
  50. Vietnam Dog Handlers Association
    (VDHA) Be sute to see the link to the archive ("DOGMAN Archives") for a compilation of stories, articles and remembrances that have appeared in past issues of "DOGMAN".
  51. Vietnam Memoirs
    From a member of a duster unit written in 1976. You might read and then point students to The Myth Of The Girl In The Photo, for an analysis of the "facts" and the "myth" associated with the famous photo. The site also presented interesting essays on "The Three Walls Behind the Wall" (Michael Kelley exposes the myth of Vietnam veteran suicide) and "Canadians in Vietnam" (How did I end up in Vietnam and how many other Canadians were there?).
    Essay by JIM POLLOCK, member US Army Combat Art Team IV. You can also visitVietnam Combat Artto see his sketches.
  53. Remembrance
    Images and Memories from Vietnam Past. Plan for some time here...
  54. In-Country Women
    "This gallery is dedicated to the nine military nurses and fifty six civilian women who died in Vietnam while serving their country. It is also dedicated to the only woman still listed as a POW/MIA, Dr Eleanor Ardel Vietti.
  55. Bub's Huey (UH-1) Homepage
    When I last visited, the site was presenting the third part of a essay on Vietnam.
  56. Staples H.S. Vietnam Research Page
    This page, authored by a computer science teacher, provide an excellent set of links for students.
  57. E. Kenneth Hoffman - Vietnam Portfolio
    I found the link to an oral history project that should interest some students - Vietnam war songs by Lydia Fish. Other links to a series of Nam Viet Newsletters, National Archives Records, Combat Casualties, Publications on Vietnam, Review of CD-ROM of Vietnam War Songs, Soviets in Vietnam, Vietnam War Photos, Vietnam War Photographic Portfolio, Vietnam-era U.S. Government Documents.
  59. The Vietnam I Remember
    Photo archive.
    LIFE showcases his work. " People, Humanity and Vietnam. In Memoriam is LIFE's tribute to the more than 80 photographers who were lost in Indochina."
  61. River Rats Home Page
    Red River Valley Fighter Pilots Association - Vietnam.
  62. 1960s and the Viet Nam War
    Provides access to the files of Viet Nam Generation, Inc. which is devoted to providing a forum for interdisciplinary work on the 1960s and the Viet Nam war. Publications include course textbooks, anthologies, fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Links to the Sixties Project, a SIXTIES-L email discussion list and Conference, a journal on Viet Nam Generation and Contemporary Culture, a Syllabus Collection, Documents (References, Bibliographies and Historical) and other 60s sites.
  63. The Wall on the Web
    (Vietnam Memorial). Database of names of persons on "the Wall" broken down into 26 files. You can also visit a site with a search tool included.
  64. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall - Index
  65. The Virtual Wall home page
    An interactive replica of The Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
  66. A VietNam Veteran's Memorial Wall
    Providing a searchable database for the more than 58,000 names on The Wall, with a collection of data about each name.
    Alternate site for Vietnam Vet Homepage.
  69. Vietnam 1966-75
    See also Vietnam 1994-95 and War.
  1. Civil Rights Oral History Bibliography
    Subject Index.
  2. United States Information Agency, Women's Rights - 1848 to the Present
  3. African Americans in New Orleans: The Music--Introduction
  4. USIA, African-American History
  5. Online Civil Rights Forum
  6. African-American Journey
    Experiences and accomplishments of African Americans.
  7. LSU Special Collections: T. Harry Williams Center For Oral History: Baton Rouge 1953 Bus Boycott Exhibit
    A blueprint for the more publicized boycott in Montgomery, Alabama. Featuring photographs, an historical timeline, and the personal recollections of some of the major figures behind the bus boycott.
  8. Civil Rights Tribune
  9. Baseball, the Color Line, and Jackie Robinson
  10. The United States Newspaper Program
    Preservation effort by the states and the federal government to locate, catalog, and preserve on microfilm newspapers published in the United States from the eighteenth century to the present.
  11. We Shall Overcome; Historic Places of the Civil Rights Movement National Register Travel Itinerary
    No vacation plans yet? Recent research indicates that parents are searching for family trips that include a strong educational component. This site will tell you where to take them before or after the water slides.
  12. Civil Rights Oral History Bibliography
  13. SCLwelcomepage
    Southern California's library and archive on radicalism and social change. "We document and preserve the history of labor, women, communities of color, peace, civil liberties, civil rights, and other progressive movements in the greater Los Angeles area." Be sure to visit the "Murals page."
  14. Seattle Times: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  15. MLKing Scavenger Hunt
  16. The Christian Science Monitor Electronic Edition
    A new "Black History Project" from TheChristian Science Monitor. The site move beyond the African-American experience to look at other regions. New original material is combined with archived audio and print resources.
  17. Welcome to The National Civil Rights Museum
  18. Africans in America
    America's journey through slavery presented in four parts. "For each era, you'll find a historical Narrative, a Resource Bank of images, documents, stories, biographies, and commentaries, and a Teacher's Guide for using the content of the Web site and television series in U.S. history courses."
  19. We Shall Overcome; Historic Places of the Civil Rights Movement National Register Travel Itinerary
    Another fine site from the National Park Service. Although designed for the potential traveler or visitor, the site provides a fine starter background on the Civil Right Movement.
  20. George Wallace : Rise and Fall of an American Populist
  21. Alabama Archives: Teacher Packet
    part of the site below...
  22. Alabama Archives: Teacher Packet: Civil Rights Movement
    With 5 lessons: Riding the Bus - Taking a Stand, The Opinions of the Public, Birmingham 1963, Marching for Justice - Selma to Montgomery, Voting Rights.
  23. Portraits in Black
    seminole.jpgDocuments the history of African-Americans in the US military from the Revolutionary War until World War II. "The site focuses on the late nineteenth century and provides a series of original essays with corresponding bibliographies about the African-American experience during various eras in US military history. Rare historical photographs accompany each essay and offer a unique perspective into the past of America's armed forces. Separate sections are devoted to African-American military chaplains, musicians, and athletes."
  24. Teaching Social Studies on the Web: the Civil Rights Movement
    Stanford University course site that lists student projects and assignments using key resources (photos and primary readings) and sites on the topic. One series of assignmets links/relates the Civil Rights Movement to other social/political movements of the era.
  25. Civil Rights Oral History Bibliography
  26. A House Divided --Index
    A Teaching Guide on the History of Civil Rights in Louisiana. Download a ASCII or Zipped copy of the teaching guide.
  27. Harriet Tubman and The Underground Railroad for Children
  28. American Heritage - July/August 1998 Contents
    seneca.jpg Be sure to visit the "Time Maching"
  29. The Plessy Conference
    Provides a Discussion Guide on the Plessy Decision and Its Aftermath. Download the entire guide or view parts of interest. TOC: Organizing the Discussion (Basic Format of a Study Circle, Philosophy and Background, The Role of the Participant), Reading One: From Equality to Jim Crow (Reconstructio, Judicial Setbacks), Reading Two: The Fight to Reverse Plessy (Seperate and Unequal, A Settled Question, The NAACP, Preparing the Groundwork, Just an Ordinary People, Go For Broke, Victory), Reading Three: Retreat From Equality Today? (Massive Resistance, Affirmative Action: The Beginning, Retreat from Affirmative Action, Is Racial Discrimination Still a Problem?), Reading Four: Affirmative Action: The New Racialism? (Assessing Affirmative Action, What Affirmative Action Is, The Individual Corrective Justice Argument, The Collective Corrective Justice Argument, The Diversity Argument, Constitutional Matters and Court Rulings), Suggested Discussion Questions.
  30. The Civil Rights Movement: A Black History Celebration
    A series of (about 20) web-based research projects on the Civil Rights Movement, Black History, and Human Rights as a part of February's Black History celebration. North Hagerstown HS: The Civil Rights Movement.
  31. Civil Rights - Law and History
    From the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, the organization responsible for enforcing the civil rights laws. "These pages describe the federal civil rights laws and give examples from history that led to their passage. History of the VA - is a 40 page PDF document with text, graphics on the historic development of the agency and the veterans and wars.
  32. Civil Rights Oral History Bibliography
  33. Emerson College / MAYDAY: Kent State
    The Event, a Chronology, Historical Context of the Event, and the Aftermath.
  34. Brown vs. Board of Education: An Interactive Experience
  35. Selma - Civil Rights
    This site is devoted to documenting that struggle in Selma and providing you with resources for further exploration of civil rights, particularly what is commonly known as the "Civil Rights Movement" as it played out in the South in the 1950s and 1960s.
  36. Jackie Robinson
    Athlete, Pioneer, Civil Rights Leader.
  37. The Harlem Renaissance
  38. Harlem Diary - Program Overview
    Discovery Channel page on the special. Shown March 13, 1998: April 17, 1998: May 22, 1998.
  39. MSNBC classroom Front Page
    Currently focused on the struggle for civil rights and how Birmingham, Ala. contributed to the movement.
  40. Euphrates Online: Genesis Title Page
    A Photo Essay Of The Black Community In Kansas City, Missouri From 1885. I was somewhat disappointed by the brevity of the exhibit which contains a few high quality scans of this attic find.
  41. Civil Rights. A Status Report.
  42. Malcolm X
    Recording of a speech delivered on the Berkeley campus in October of 1963.
    Little Rock Central High 40th Anniversary

    A very professional High School Website crafted by the design team that did the Persistence Of The Spirit. The "Spirit" page profiles the people and events that contributed to the Black experience in Arkansas in five condensed chapters: Photo Scrapbook (An assortment of historic images in chronological order from the Persistence image collection), Public Programs (A calendar of humanities films and exhibits from the Arkansas Humanities Resource Center and other public programs), History Links (Informative sites that offer historical and cultural approaches to African-American issues), References (A reading list for teachers and other readers), Resources (scholars, funders and archives that collaborated on the project).

  43. ACLU of Massachusetts
    Students from Project HIP-HOP (Highways into the Past: History, Organizing & Power) are returning from their trip through the South this summer to learn first-hand about the struggle for racial justice and equality in the U.S.
  44. Majic Bus Tour in the Classroom
    See "Classroom Uses for The 1997 Majic Bus Civil Rights History Tour" and Majic Bus Tour, with its city listing of tour stops combined with lessons.
  45. Will The Circle Be Unbroken?
    "A personal history of the civil rights movement in five Southern communities and the music of those times."
  46. The W.E.B. Du Bois Virtual University
    10-week seminar site on The Souls of Black Folk: Re-reading a World Classic. Well worth a visit by K-12 teachers -- for the primary resource links alone.
  47. The Malcolm X Home Page
  48. The Alabama Experience -- Home Page
    Civil Rights and Southern Culture. Programs from The Alabama Experience series are also available for classroom use, with Online Study Guides to aid discussions in Alabama History and Social Studies classes. See the Online Study Guide page.
  49. Operation Rescue & Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s
  50. Tips on Locating Information on the Civil Rights Movement

    Negro Baseball Leagues and Jackie Robinson

  51. Jackie Robinson: Civil Rights Advocate
    Nine documents with three associated lessons currently showing ( Civil Rights History, Character Education, Civic Responsibility). I explored the Civil Rights lesson and discovered a "Written Document Analysis Sheet" that could easily be used as a "template" and a "Photo Document" analysis sheet, which could also be modified and used for other assignments. The site also links to "The Digital Classroom" with more information for teachers intersted in using primary document archives. The Nine Documents are: Telegram to the White House (August 13, 1957 - Civil Rights History), Letter to President Eisenhower (May 13, 1958 - Character Education), Draft letter from President Nixon (November 4, 1960 -- Civic Responsibility), Letter to President Kennedy (February 9, 1961), Telegram to President Kennedy, Photograph (August 28, 1963), Telegram to President Johnson, President Johnson, Letter to the White House and Robinson Quotes.
  52. Jackie Robinson History
    Bio and historical information in text, real audio and quicktime format. Be sure to visit the the Official Site of the Negro Baseball Leagues for more information.
  53. Jackie Robinson
    From the opening graphic to the final page, this is a quality exhibit from the folks at the Afro-American Newspapers Home Page and look at the site map for the archive of historical features.
  54. Negro Baseball Leagues
    "To most white baseball observors, black ballplayers were as unreal as the shadows on Plato's wall." You might also visit Negro Leagues Baseball Online Archives.

  55. The Springfield Race Riot of 1908
    A "...history of this painful event, and show its connection with the creation of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)."
    An excellent current listing.
  58. Free At Last
    A Tribute to Martin Luther King.
  59. GOIN' TO CHICAGO Facilitator's Guide
    "Chronicles for the first time the post-War migration of millions of African Americans from therural south to the urban north that transformed America. This guide will help teachers integrate this vital - but often neglected - chapter of U.S. history into their classes and make visible the triumphs and tribulations of an entire generation of African Americans." From California Newsreel, a non-profit, documentary film and video producer. See their Index of films for a listing of their films by topic.
  60. Early Recordings of African Americans/Early Ragtime
  61. The New Explorers "Slavery's Buried Past" (December '96)
    A PBS presentation that examines the historical significance of these slaves in building early New York. Modern scientists have begun to explore an ancient slave cemetery containing the remains of 415 bodies.
  62. Civil Rights Movement
    Timeline of the American Civil Rights Movement.
  63. Education First's Black History Month Website
    Pacbell has sponsored, and Tom March has authored, a series of creative Internet curriculum applications. The newest, "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl", features a number of activities to support students as they learn about Black History Month. You will enjoy it almost as much as your students. Choose from the poetry of Maya Angeloo or Rita Dove, read about Nelson Mandela's "..Walk to Freedom" and the Million Man March on Washington. Students explore links and answer focus questions. Have them try the "Black History Treasure Hunt."
  64. Black History Treasure Hunt
    Internet link to uncover some "Treasures" of African American history past and present. A listing of 13 questions posed for students to research. Provides a nice template for any search assignments.
  65. Martin Luther King Jr. Tribute
    Life Magazine ...
  66. Keller Exhibit
    A Legacy Of Southern Activism. The story of a woman "...raised in an atmosphere of wealth and privilege, yet she has devoted her life to social activism, most notably in the arena of civil rights. During the turbulent period of desegregation in this city, she broke ranks with the majority of her "Uptown" peers and worked tirelessly in support of African-American efforts to achieve social, educational and political equality with whites."
  67. Webcorp -- Voices of the Civil Rights Era.
    Site takes a very brief look at three people of the era of the 60s -- JFK, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King. Perhaps other voices will be included later???
  68. The American Experience "Chicago 1968" Press Release
    Site for a PBS program that aired November 13, 1995. Your more mature students might be able to discuss why President Johnson chose prime time TV to make a national speech at the same time a contending Mississippi delegation was making a plea for recognition at the convention. Seeing the program could generate inquiry and discussion about 1968 as a critical year in American history.
  69. The Marcus Garvey and UNIA Papers Project, UCLA
    "Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) form a critical link in black America's centuries-long struggle for freedom, justice, and equality." ideal, Garvey is now best remembered as a champion of the back-to-Africa movement.
  70. Birmingham, AL USA: Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
    This could be a great site for information if some text additions are made.
  71. Welcome to The King Papers Project
    Document site with one-time registration (no charge).
  1. NGWRC Home
    National Gulf War Resource Center. Download the NGWRC's report on the status of America's Gulf War veterans.
  2. Fog of War
    Gulf War resource.
  4. Persian Gulf War (1991)
  5. Whirlwind War
    Story of the United States Army in Operations DESERT SHIELD and DESERT STORM, an online reference work for Army personnel, Gulf War Veterans, and researchers using GulfLINK to search for Gulf War documents.
    (A VIEW FROM HAIFA) by Judy Koren.
  7. Frontline: The Gulf War
    An Oral History - From the Decision Makers and The Commanders to War stories of pilots and soldiers in the battlefield.
  8. Air-Delivered Munitions
    While exploring military history sites, I discovered this chart of details of munitions in the Gulf War.
  9. GulfLINK Files
  10. Operation Desert Storm Homepage
  11. The Gulf War -- An Oral History
    There is much more than just oral history here. Links to:THE GULF WAR, Maps, Chronology, Weapons. Maps were black and white but show the strategy of the generals.
  12. Victory Garden Sampler
    Online sample of Hypertext literature. Victory Garden is a collage of Gulf War media coverage, overlaid with a maze of the stories of various characters associated with a university.
  1. The American Century

    The American Century represents a unique collaboration between The Whitney Museum of American Art and Intel to explore how the Internet and personal computers can be used to extend and enhance the art museum experience of the twenty-first century..." partly by providing "... in-depth contextual materials related to the historic events and social issues of the day."

  2. NASA Apollo 11 30th Anniversary
  3. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
    Examines the assassination and legacy of President John F. Kennedy.
  4. The G-Files: Spiro Agnew
  5. The Mercury Theatre on the Air
    Featuring the radio-adapted dramas, with all of the surviving _Mercury Theatre_ programs. You will need the RealPlayer format.
  6. Bay of Pigs Invasion - Brigade 2506
    Bay of Pigs invasion from a Cuban perspective, including photographs of martyrs, songs and more.
  7. The Trial of The Chicago Seven
    Most interesting is the official transcripts...Might be fun to select some for a class play presentation.
  8. Gallery Showcase: American Century
  9. American Presidents: Life Portraits
    A Site to Complement C-SPAN's 20th Anniversary Television Series, American Presidents: Life Portraits
  10. Time and the Presidency
  11. Truman Library: Truman Sampler Collection
  12. The Berlin Airlift: Documents, Images, History
    Add this to your collection of other "Whistlestop" pages, which include: The Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb, The Recognition of Israel, The Marshall Plan, The Truman Doctrine, Desegregation of the Armed Forces, 1948 Campaign, 50th Anniversary of NATO (Truman Presidential Library & Museum web site) and Berlin Airlift.
  13. Record of Historic Richard Nixon-Zhou Enlai Talks in February 1972 Now Declassified
    Documents on the details of conversatiions in 1972, when Nixon visited the People's Republic of China.
  14. IPL POTUS -- Presidents of the United States
    Each presidential page examines: Presidential Election Results, Cabinet Members, Notable Event, Internet Biographies, Historical Documents, Media Resources, Other Internet Resources and Points of Interest.
  15. wNetSchool - Paul Robeson: 20th-Century Renaissance Man, Hero In Any Century
  16. Hard Hat Riots
  17. 20th Century America
  18. Z202-History of Rock Music II
    Rock's Classic Era:The Sixties. University course page.
  19. Harlem Renaissance - Text Version - Introduction
  20. Tracks: US History Elementary and Middle School Social Studies
  21. American Cultural History - The Twentieth Century
    From the Kingwood College Library. Just when I thinks I've seen everything on the Web or have some measure of how useful it can be in teaching and learning! Here is a page that opens the entire scope of cultural history for k-16 students and teachers. You may not throw the written text away, with the political/military focus and those little side-bars-after-thought additions on cultural history. This may help to overcome some of the bias of "traditional" texts by offering a large page on each of the 10 year segments from 1900 to 1980, and each each period includes the categories of : Art & Architecture, Books & Literature, Fashion and Fads, Education, Historic Events & Technology, Music, Persons & Personalities, Theater & Film. And, this is not the only guide produced by the Library. Visit the "Subject Guides" before you leave. I found "A Chronological Subject Guide To AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC BEFORE 1900" while looking over the subject guide.
  22. 1906 San Francisco Earthquake
  23. Damage photographs from the 1906 Earthquake
  24. Edison Motion Picture and Sound Recordings
  25. Edison After Forty
  26. American Memory Viewer Information
  27. Core Knowledge - Lesson Plans
    Grade 1 lesson. A click on "lessons" brought some surprises. I tried the 8th grade links and found: "Brother, can you spare a dime?" The Great Depression (Atlanta, 1998), Implementing All Contents Areas of the Core Knowledge Curriculum at Once (Atlanta, 1998), Using the Dictionary of Cultural Literacy (Atlanta, 1998), The Little School in a Strip Mall (Atlanta, 1998), A Study of Van Gogh's "The Starry Night" (Atlanta, 1998), Weather or Not? (Atlanta, 1998), Turbulent Times of the Sixties (Atlanta, 1998), Adapting a Core Knowledge Unit for the Inclusion of Special Education Students: The Kennedy Years (Atlanta, 1998), Starting Off the Year on the Same Page (Denver, 1997), Electricity and Magnetism (Denver, 1997), Civil Rights Movement (Denver, 1997).
  28. CrimeLibrary: Eliot Ness
  29. Project HOPE / Voyages of S. S. HOPE, 1960-1974
  30. Atlas of United States Presidential Elections: 1932-1996
  31. A History of the 20th Century to 1941
  32. The Great Wide Open: Motoring Into the Millennium
    This might prove to be an interesting site to revisit. A historian-travel specialist will provide perspective on America at the turn of the century.
  33. Detroit Publishing Company Photographs Home Page
    Touring Turn-of-the-Century America: Photographs from the Detroit Publishing Company, 1880-1920. Key resource for any "turn of the century" unit.
  34. Discovery Online, Technology, Mission Invisible
    Story of the Stealth bomber.How to make a massive plane disappear.
  35. Scientific American: Article: The Lesser Known Edison: February 1997
  36. Atlas of United States Presidential Elections: 1932-1996
  37. Documenting Americaa-mem.jpg
    I had no difficulty locating some Milwaukee photos from the source. .
  38. American Heritage - July/August 1998: The Most Scandalous President
    Feature article on Warren G. Harding.
  39. Psychedelic '60s: Home Page
    dylan.jpg "Were the Sixties the best of times or the worst of times? Did America evolve as a nation and we evolve as individuals? Are we better for the experience?" The exhibition will let the viewer decide on the questions, based on the documents and graphics. I found the Special Purpose Telegram Blank No. 74/AG. from the Marvin Tatum Collection of Contemporary Literature to be the highest impact document. The "fill in the blank" format with the red typeface for Vietnam can generate a host of discussion questions: Should a state that has demanded the highest possible sacrifice from a citizen recognize that ultimate sacrifice with a form letter to the relatives and survivors? Why was the color red used by the military to stamp "Vietnam" on the form?
    In addition to Vietnam, the site examines the roots of the 60s with pages on 19th and 20th Century Precursors, The Beats: New York and San Francisco, The Black Mountain Poets, Ken Kesey & the Merry Pranksters, Timothy Leary, 1967, 1968, 1969, The Civil Rights Movement, Rock Music, New York Weighs In, Social Protest, Illicit Drugs, Hippies, Four Radical Groups, Protest at the University of Virginia, Woodstock , Posters and Rock Handbills.
    I selected the link to "Historical Interest" which featured links to the FBI files on: Alcatraz Escape, Klaus Barbie, John Wilkes Booth, Amelia Earhart, The Hindenburg Disaster, Adolph Hitler, MIBURN, Eliot Ness, Nikola Tesla, Leon Trotsky. The MIBURN (Mississippi Burning) file provides 8 PDF PDF Document Icon documents for a summary of the investigation of the 1964 murder of three civil rights workers in Mississippi. You can also visit the GANGSTER ERA for files on: Bonnie and Clyde, Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson and the St. Valentine's Day Massacre. In the Famous People section, you can read the FBI files on: Lucille Ball, Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Errol Flynn, John Lennon, Mickey Mantle, Thurgood Marshall, Marilyn Monroe, Pablo Picasso, Elvis Presley, Jackie Robinson, Will Rogers, Francis Cardinal Spellman and John Wayne.
  41. FRANK SINATRA 1915-1998
  42. The American Experience/Chicago 1968
  43. EL SALVADO 1977-1984
  44. American Culture in the 1920s
    TOC: Prohibition, Immigration, Palmer Raids, Ku Klux Klan, Sacco & Vanzetti, Scopes "Monkey Trial", Civilization In America, Garvey & DuBois, Margaret Sanger, H.L. Mencken.
  45. Prohibition
  46. American Prohibition
    Part of the Retrieving the American Past ">Retrieving the American Past site, a database collection of more than 50 chapters, each focusing on a different topic in American history.
  47. Bruno Hauptmann: The Trial of the Century
  48. Center for Recent United States History (CRUSH)
  49. The Lindbergh Case: The Trial of the Century
  50. Time & Again Front Page
    Jane Pauley presents a visual history "...ranging from the global events that have shaped society to the trends and lighter moments in our past." The site also lists interesting events that took place on specific dates (looks like the current week) and a growing ARCHIVE with pages for Watergate, The Berlin Wall, The March on Washington, Eleanor Roosevelt, FDR's Fireside Chats, Beatlemania, Jerry Garcia, Wounded Knee, Remembering Elvis, The Star Trek, Tour the solar system, White House pets, U.S. presidential scandals, The Nixon-Kennedy debates JFK as president. Some are rather light (White House pets) and others are more significant (Watergate).

    Welcome to RETROJuly Cover - Screen capture

    The RETRO Card Rack

    RETRO is a web magazine celebrating classic popular culture of the first three-fourths of the 20th century. Topics include entertainment, politics, design, decor, fashion, roots music and more. I enjoyed the RETRO's song of the week:"Big Mama's Door" by W.C. Handy. You can also listen to music while browsing. See the Music Archive link and make a selection (from a LARGE listing). I left the music in the background to explore the site further and then opened another browser window to continue the session at other sites. This site and many others appearing on the Web successfully merge education and entertainment. So join the fun. No one will hear you yodeling along with the Sons of the Pioneers, Tex Ritter and others. I think the students would be interested in hearing Blue Yodel Blues by Ray Whitley, who also wrote the classic song, "Back in the Saddle Again."
    You can also send a card from the "The RETRO Card Rack. Choose your graphic from Pulp Magazine Covers or 1920s Sheet Music Covers. The site does not actually send the card. It sends an Email address to the person you designate and they are notified where and how to pick it up.

  51. History 175: 20th Century U.S. History
  52. Watergate
    Timeline of the Watergate scandal that contains links to full text selections of original articles, biographies of key players, selected memories from _Post_ staffers and a summary of post-Watergate reforms including links to stories on current political scandals.
  53. The U.S. Nuclear Weapons Cost Study Project
    Estimates the costs to taxpayers of the U.S. nuclear weapons program, from 1940 to the present.
  54. May 4, 1970 -- Kent State
    The Brett Favre Wall - Broke Spoke - So Miss.
  56. Yahoo! - Arts:Humanities:History:U.S. History: 20th_Century/
    An excellent starting point for research in recent American history.
  58. MH-53E Sea Dragon Helicopter Site
    An impressive machine, and very expensive. The most interesting link led to the Sikorsky site below and the Roto-Copter page.
  59. Igor I. Sikorsky Historical Archives, Inc.
    Over 45 Pages and 135 photographs of the achivements of IGOR I. SIKORSKY and the SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT.
  60. The American Experience/Troublesome Creek
    Story of Iowa farmers Russ and Mary Jane Jordan, who faced a $200,000 debt and a bottom-line oriented bank in late 1980s. Winner of a Grand Jury Award and an Audience Award at the 1996 Sundance Film Festival, and a 1996 Academy Award nomination for Outstanding Documentary.
  61. Inherit the Wind
    Darwin and the Bible in the same briefcase? TOC. Background: The Scopes "Monkey Trial" - 1925, Inherit the Wind Makes a Broadway Entrance - 1955, Inherit the Wind Comes to Hollywood - 1960, Inherit the Wind On the Small Screen - 1965, Inherit the Wind In Our Times - 1980s - Present.
  62. Popular Culture in the 1960s
  63. Jackie Robinson Float
  64. 1930's and 1940's Web Links
    Learn the "Lindy Hop" and swing like the folks in the 30s and 40s.
  65. The Emma Goldman Online Exhibition (DL SunSITE)
    Information site about Emma Goldman, who "...promoted a wide range of controversial movements and principles, including union organization and the eight- hour day, sexual freedom and birth control, equality and independence for women, and freedom of thought and expression for all.
  66. Once Upon a Time in the Eighties
    Perhaps the best Internet site on the decade of the 1980s. A final project of an Introductory Composition seminar in 1995 at the University of Virginia by Matthew G. Kirschenbaum. An example of how the WWW can be used as a publication medium for student work.
  67. Impromptu: A Lesson in Justice
    Lesson on the poem, Impromptu: The Suckers (On the execution of Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti) by William Carlos Williams, a well know poet and political radical. The site provides the poem and a framework/lesson for an analysis.
  68. Euphrates Online: Genesis Title Page
    Photo essay Of The Black Community In Kansas City, Missouri From 1885. From a community near the border between the "free" and "slave" states.
  69. Vintage Vaudeville & Ragtime Show
    Real Audio and animations of Vaudeville segments and personalities. This is a "fun" site, but one that also begins the presentation of an important segment in media history. Many of the movie theaters in major cities were constructed for live Vaudeville presentations and later altered for film. Artists trained in Vaudeville migrated to film and later television.
  70. CMCC - Hold onto Your Hats! History and meaning of headwear in Canada
    One of the newer online exhibits at the museum. Hats as Protection and Practicality, Religion and Ritual, Authority and Status, Identity and Belonging, Fashion and Image and Hat Lore.
  71. Library of Congress Exhibitions
    Click on "Women Come to the Front: Journalists, Photographers, and Broadcasters During WWII."
  72. The Learning Page
    A program to digitize 5 million items by the year 2000, with tens of thousands of items already available via the page. These include: documents categorized by the Events, Topics, People, Time, and Places of American history, digitized versions of documents of the Continental Congress, turn-of-the-century films and Mathew Brady's Civil War photographs, an e-mail gateway to a comment section for the exchange of ideas among educators and students and a tutorial on historical detection that encourages learners to solve a mystery.
  73. Jimmy Carter Pg.1
  74. Frontline: Waco - The Inside Story
  75. A Trip Through Newspaperland
    A July 3, 1949 Minneapolis Sunday Tribune Comic Book (A trip through a Newspaper) rediscovered in a garage and scanned for presentation on this web page. Thinking of a field trip to a newspaper? Have the students visit this site...discuss the idea/content and then take a trip to your local newspaper - 1996-97 style. Have the students bring cameras/video and produce an online rendition for comparison with this site. You might have them convert the web site to a story board and use that to guide the students "photo journalists" on the field trip. The results should showcase changes in newspaper production and in American society, since the newspaper is a reflection of society. Expand as desired to showcase American society in 1949 and in 1996.
  76. CircusWeb
    Presents a brief history of the circus.
  77. CreatAbiliTOYS! and Collecting Toys Magazine Exhibit -- Cereal Icon Toys
    Toys arranged by eras: 1850-1890 | 1890-1920 | 1920-1950| 1950-1960 | 1960-1970 | 1970-1980 | 1980-1990. Hard to believe that kids bought cereal to obtain the small toys inside. As I recall, toys were hard to come by, and after the cereal toys were gone, you always had the box to read (The smart producers placed colorful cut-outs on the back). Pass the sugar please.
  78. World's Columbian Exposition: The Official Fair
  79. 75 years of Band-Aid
    I know what your thinking! Why not showcase the really important sites, those that focus on politics, economics and military history... with content that mirrors what you see in most Secondary history texts and many college texts as well. This site provides a visual history of one of the household products we all use. I can visualize those tins in the medicine chest. Do you? While I am rambling on, a friend of mine and former teaching partner has a photo collection of neon signs in Milwaukee from the 1940's to the 1980's. All we need is several thousand dollars seed money to press the collection on a CD and market it for the world to see and enjoy. So we have the ideas and the materials, you supply the rest. OK?
  80. John Muir Day Study Guide - John Muir Exhibit (Information Center for the Environment - ICE)
    Does your state mandate the teaching of various topics in the classroom but fail to deliver with funds and materials to assist/guide compliance with the law? Here is a site that clearly provides that teachers in California will have the resources they need, if they are "wired" and connected to the Internet. (It also makes the resource available for teachers in other states to comply with similar requirements.) There should be no reason why the entire contents of this site could not be made available on a LAN and negate the need for the open Internet connection. Sites/schools/universities that continue to make resources like this avaliable to all on the Web need our encouragement and applause. This guide was produced with the idea that it may be used throughout the school year and help to set a tone of caring about the environment. Using this idea as a template, let's enlist the cooperation and support from the other 49 states and assign them a similar "Day" to showcase.

  81. WGBH/Boston
    Representatives from WGBH were at the NCSS Convention in Cincinnati (November 1997) and distributed a "dynamite" timeline and program guide for the People's Century. This 26 part series (in two seasons in April of 1998 and 1999) may prove to be of exceptional value to teachers.

    The WGBH/Television/In Production site provides some additional information on the series, which will include "...26 prime-time hours that look back on how people around the world came together to bring about the triumphs and tragedies of the 20th century. Co-produced by WGBH and the BBC and broadcast ... over a two-year period, People's Century will offer a compelling, chronological look at the most stunning century in history. Fashions, politics, communications, demonstrations, sports, wars, and an unquenchable thirst for freedom...these are the signposts for this exhaustive and exhilarating journey through the 20th century."

    A companion book by Godfrey Hodgson is available from Random House and on the BarnesandNoble site for $65.00.

  82. GulfLINK, Gulf War Illnesses Home Page
    I think you will find this site a goldmine of detailed information and maps about the Gulf War. The site is publishing preliminary reports on any unusual environmental events that may have taken place during the time when American forces were in the area and the specific units and men involved in those events. One would hope that one of the lessons of the War is the need reduce the time between complaints by participants exposed to potential harm and the investigation and remedy response.
  83. Persian Gulf War Illness Home Page
    Information concerning the illnesses affecting Persian Gulf War veterans.
  84. The National Security Archive/The Iran-Contra Scandal (Reader)
  85. Iran/contra affair
    Document archive.
  86. Historyed's Home Page
    A Student's Guide to 20th Century U.S. History and American Studies. Links to the Twenties through the Seventies.
  87. The Jazz Photography Of Ray Avery
    "The 1950s - Records & Photography, provides some historical anchors to the jazz scene of the mid 1950s, and traces the growing popularity of jazz through magazine articles from this period.
  88. The 1950s: The Beat Begins. . .
    I discovered this site after doing some searching on the Web following the recent death of Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997). The page (an online course) is "a fun and informative site " on the 50s and cover the period from the end of World War II until the Kennedy assassination.
    Great page from Mississippi State!
  90. Northeast Historic Film, 1996
    Fine listing of link to other film archives.
  91. Unofficial Tommy Gun Page
    Chronology from Gen. Thompson through First Production of the gun, the 1920's and 30's, World War II, Obsolescence, Rebirth to today.
  92. New York City Style Tattoos: A History
  93. Bobby Seale's Homepage
  94. The Emily Project: Introduction
    The Life of a Young Woman in 1932 - new location.
  95. Edison - Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers, Florida
    Biographies - Photo Tour - About The Estate - Audio/Video Clips.
  96. The Babe Ruth Museum
    With links for: Exhibits, Babe's Career, Orioles History, Expansion, Play Ball, Other Links.
  97. Alka Seltzer Memory Lane
    Remember Speedy (1976 ad) Plop plop, fizz fizz.? Of course you do! To see another friend from the historic medicine chest, see Band Aid.
  98. TV Guide Classic Cover Gallery
    Use the "Wayback Machine" to see your favorite covers.
  99. Complete General Hospital Discussion Forum
    Atomic Thoughts and Nuclear Memories. Discussions and reflections after August 1995, about the Bomb.
  100. USS Liberty
    "In 1967 the government of Israel attacked the USS Liberty, a ship of the US Navy, in international waters on the high seas, killing 34 men and wounding another 171. Israel claims that the attack was a case of mistaken identity. Survivors and senior US government officials including Secretary of State Dean Rusk say it was no accident. They claim that the attacking forces circled the ship at close range for many hours before attacking and continued to attack for at least 40 minutes after examining the ship by boat from less than 50 feet away."
  101. Space Shuttle Challenger Accident
  102. Amelia Earhart
    Fairly detailed information presented in a graphical format.
  103. Sixties
  104. Thurgood Marshall (1908 - 1993)
  105. JFK Executive Orders Introduction
    214 Executive Orders indexed by date, keyword, number and title.
  106. Fair Play
    Zine about the Kennedy assassination with links to other JFK assassination Internet sites.
  107. An Overview of the Zapruder film
  108. Kennedy Assassination Home Page
    Presents the "...story of Hollywood screen writer Gordon Kahn's struggle to survive the Hollywood blacklist of the late 1940's, 1950's and early 1960's, and the price he and his family paid for his refusal to denounce his principles and friends."
  110. LBJ in the Oval Office
    Listen to secretly recorded conversations made by President Johnson in the Oval Office.
  111. Challenger Accident homepage
    Focus on the 1986 tragedy that resulted in the destruction of the space shuttle Challenger and the death of its seven crew members.
  112. Watergate
    TOC: | What Was Watergate? | Background to Watergate | The Political Context | The Watergate Burglary | Casualties & Convictions Resulting from Watergate | Aftermath | Political Values and Watergate. Extensive links to related information on the Internet. Very well done!
  113. The Watergate Decade
  114. Oil Spill Public Information Center
    Information about the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill.

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