The Oyez Project : Jerry Goldman, Northwestern University
US Supreme Court multimedia database.
Supreme Court of the United States
White House for Kids
Constitutional Rights Foundation Web : Constitutional Rights Foundation
Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, community-based organization dedicated to educating America's young people about the importance of civic participation in a democratic society. Under the guidance of a Board of Directors chosen from the worlds of law, business, government, education, the media, and the community, CRF develops, produces, and distributes programs and materials to teachers, students, and public-minded citizens all across the nation.
Luther King, Jr. Papers Project
: cooperative venture of Stanford University, the King Center, and
the King Estate
Jim Crow or Did Emancipation Make Any Difference : teaching
resource in American History created by Lynn Jones, a librarian at the
Teaching Library, UC Berkeley, for the California Heritage Project, and
the BANDL Librarians' Network. See also African
Americans in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1963-1974 - images from the
Cal Heritage Collection.
Black History Museum : developed
and maintained by AFRO America.
Rights Movement (Timeline) : published by Greensboro News &
v. Board of Education : Brown v. Board of Education National Historic
vs The Board of Education: The Interactive Experience
History Sourcebook :
directory of links from Paul Halsell, Fordham University
Asian American History Resources
East Asian History Sourcebook
Indian History Sourcebook
AskAsia: created by the Asia Society
A part of the Asia Society's Asian Educational Resource Center (AERC), a national initiative designed to provide access to quality resources on Asian and Asian American themes at the elementary and secondary levels. AskAsia is part of a three-pronged approach to the subject, along with TeachAsia, an ongoing staff development and collaborative-building program, and AsiaInteractive, a curriculum development project that produces CD-ROM programming.
Modern Latin America
South, Looking North, UC Berkeley Project
Native American History and Culture
Law about Indian Peoples
History Matters - Native American History Resources
Native American History Resources
American Indian History and Related Issues: California State University, Long Beach
American Indian Studies programs were created at a number of universities throughout the United States beginning in the late 1960s. The American Indian Studies Program at California State University, Long Beach celebrated its 25th anniversary in 1994 and is the oldest continuous existing program. This world wide site is a developing site supervised by Professor Troy Johnson and is dedicated to the presentation of unique artwork, photographs, video and sound recordings which accurately reflect the history, culture and richness of the Native American experience in North America and has been expanded to include Indian people of Central America and Mexico.
Women's History Sourcebook
Women's Rights: 1870's - Today : links from SCORE resources online
Women's History Virtual Library : links to Internet resources for women's history
History Matters - Women's History Resources
and Found Sound
History and Politics
of Congress Recordings Collection > Voices
from the Dust Bowl
Words that Changed the World