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* [http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/ Digital History]
"Digital History" is a free textbook and sourcebook for United States History written and created by [https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/history/faculty/shm654 Steven Mintz] and [http://faculty.coe.uh.edu/smcneil/ Sara McNeil]. It's a great site that has
quite of content. Additionally, "Digital History" is supported by the University of Houston. Digital History also provides quizzes, interactive history modules, timelines, and teaching resource that include lesson plans and handouts. The site does use flash and some browsers will block some of the images.
* [https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/ Chronicling America] - Library Of Congress
Chronicling America is a digitized resource from the Libary of Congress and the National Endowment for the Arts. Chronicling America has a massive database of newspapers from all around the country. It is an outstanding place for students to learn
who to use newspapers as a source for papers and history projects.
*[https://sheg.stanford.edu/history-assessments The Stanford History Education Group]
* [https://www.archives.gov/education National Archives - Educator Resources]
The National Archives is an independent agency of the United States government responsible for maintaining and documenting government and historical records. The National Archives has been a resource for historians since its creation in 1934. The Archives has some resources available for teachers, but the [https://www.docsteach.org/ DocsTeach.org] is probably the useful and readily accessible feature for teachers. DocsTeach.org is designed for educators to help them connect with the Archives resources.
* [https://www.bbc.co.uk/history BBC History]