United States Mint - games and much more
Colonial Williamsburg Field Trips Login is past and the password is isalive - NOTE: use all lower case letter
13 Colonies - click on your colony
Colonial America - K-12 resources
Early America from the cybraian
More information about the colonies - be sure to check out the links below
America’s Stories – Meet American heroes and find out how the US was settled
You be the Historian – see what life was like for colonists in Delaware.
Find out about Black American's experiences in Delaware and surrounding states
Fort King George of Georgia
James Oglethorpe of Georgia
Plimoth Plantation - find out about early settlers and the Native Americans who lived in the region.
Follow the history of a house in Ipswich, MA – Meet the Choates who lived here in colonial times
Early American Paintings – What clues do they give you about life?
Follow the history of the house in Ipswich during Revolutionary Times
History of Battles told from the British Perspective - Britishbattles.com
Find out what these fifth graders thought was important about the American Revolution.
Loyalty or Liberty – Read about the causes of the Revolution and gather clues to help you decide which side you are on.
Civil War and Reconstruction
Meet the Caldwells who lived in the Ipswich house during the Anti-Slavery Movement
What was it like for African-Americans during the Reconstruction?
Causes of the Civil War-includes many documents from the Secession Period of 1859-1861.
Valley of the Shadows-be sure to check out John Brown and the Valley of the Shadow. This can help provide understanding about the causes of the Civil War.
Lincoln's Election-more on the election of 1860, focusing on Lincoln.
Abraham Lincoln Online-includes speeches, writings, and resources about Lincoln.
Presidential Sites Page-links to web sites for all US presidents.
Poetry and Music of the War Between the States-discover what Civil War era music and poetry can tell us about both sides' ideals and beliefs. This site takes a long time to come in and you need Real Audio.
Freedmen and Southern Society Project-learn about the daily life of a slave.
Encyclopedia Britannica Guide to Black History-includes biographics and information on political and social events.
Historical, Social, Economic, and Demographic Data-extracts information from national censuses from 190 to 1860 on many Southern subpopulations such as whites, slaves, and free blacks. Includes informaion on property and wealth.
Modern History Sourcebook: Sojourner Truth-first person accounts of Sojourner Truth's famous 1851 speech. Also information about role of women during Civil War.
Third Person, First Person: Slave Voices from the Special Collections Library-research not only slavery, but also Civil War soldiers and women.
Civil War Photos-fabulous collection of original war photos from Library of Congress.
American Civil War Resources-another great index.
Lesson Plan: The Civil War-has great suggestions for teachers.
Civil War Clip Art and lots of interesting games and info for kids.
Jewish participation in the Civil War
Timeline of Civil War Events with brief explanations
Health, Puberty, and AIDS
KidsHealth.Org is a no-nonsense great simple explanations for almost any health issue.
Take the Kids Health Scavenger Hunt
Lifebytes - Health page from the United Kingdom
The Periodic Table Page - This page has links to elements, their properties, uses, and history.
Mendeleev patterns of chemistry from Mrs. Scherer
Fireworks Chemistry - Yes it is chemistry!!
Animal Life and their Biomes
Scholastic's Website on Animal Adaptations and the Galapagos Islands
Earth on the Edge - find out why ecosystems are important and what we can do to protect them
Eco-Pros - fantastic page on the environment of the earth
NASA's Earth Observatory: Mission Biomes
Lighting up the Sea - bioluminescent organisms
Visit the Mt. Washington Observatory to get the latest state weather and get LOTS of great weather links.
StormStudy is a great site for studying about the the storms that are affecting our lives.
WeatherBug is a program that displays the current local temperature (and weather). There is a free version (with ads) and one that is a subscription.
Owlie Skywarn Page - lots of tips for staying safe
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Last Updated: Thursday, December 27, 2007