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Below are some links I've found helpful supplements for my ESL students' American History Classes.
"Liberty: The Road to Revolution." An American Revolution Interactive Game.
"A Virtual Marching Tour of the American Revolution" American Revolution virtual site.
An Exhibit on the Louisiana Purchase and other related inks. Shows the original documents.
"An African American Odyssey": The Anti-Slavery Movement in the U.S. (good photos of documents)
"Slavery and Its Voices": Eight different Links covering plantation life and the freedom movement (journals, photos, maps)
"America's Journey Through Slavery": This is huge! It chronicals the events in 4 parts with lots and lots of links.
Civil War Vocabulary Game (include Dread Scott)
A Time Line of American History
"Colonial Challenge" A game on the Colonial Period
A Link to 20 Different History Games: (colonial period, Civil War, U.S. Presidents, WW II, and many others)
Thomas Jefferson: Timelines, documents, and photos (nicely organized)
Thomas Jefferson: an easy to understand fact sheet with lots of links!
Missouri Compromise: Information on this with maps, photos, and links to other sites (ie. Louisiana Purchase and slavery)
"School House Rock": Songs about America THIS IS A GREAT SITE!!
"This History Net": History Comes Alive! (American History, Civil War--everything!!!)
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