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*[http://www.americanyawp.com/index.html The American Yawp]
''The American Yawp'' is a free online textbook that is divided into two volumes. You can also get a paper copy of the book from Stanford University Press for $24.95 for each volume. ''The American Yawp'' is a massive "Collaboration Open U.S. History Textbook." Essentially it is an open-source textbook. Historians essentially modeled the textbook on the open source model that has been successfully used for numerous computer programs such as Linux, MediaWiki, Wordpress, and many more. In addition to the textbook, "The American Yawp" has a [http://www.americanyawp.com/reader.html Sourcebook] that can be used to expand on topics with primary source documents.
Besides being an excellent textbook, it is a great way to help reduce textbook costs for students because it can be accessed online for free.
* [https://edsitement.neh.gov/ EDSITEment! - National Endowment for the Humanities]
*[https://oyc.yale.edu/ Open Yale Courses History Courses] - The Open Yale Courses offer free complete courses taught by Yale History professors, but it only has four history courses available.
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