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General World History

GeoHive Global.Statistics on the human population, population statistics of regions, countries, provinces and cities.
NationMasterCompilation of data from such sources as the CIA World Factbook, UN, and OECD including graphical comparisons of nations, maps, and graphs.
World History Timeline

United States & The Americas

1920's Wiki - Torrise
AH AP Primary Resources - An impressive list of primary sources and resources for all American History students. People, places, events, entertainment, technology, travel highlighting American history. American History Publishing 2008. "Guide to battlefields, parks, museums, historic homes, National Historic Landmarks, and many other types of sites across the country." American History Publishing 2008.
U.S. Covers Revolutionary and Colonial eras of American history.

Chicago History

See > WHS History Pages - Chicago History

Civil War

See > WHS History Pages - Civil War

African American

African-American History. [Best of the Web]. "Critical guide to the World Wide Web's very best sites on African-American History." Jillian Sim,

Native American

Native American History. [Best of the Web]. "Critical guide to the World Wide Web's very best sites on Native American History." Jillian Sim,
Native American Nations.Jillian Sim,

WW II & The Holocaust

The Holocaust History Project - Short Stories and Essays (Differentiated Resources)
Holocaust Resources. Award winning website providing "overview of the people and events of the Holocaust through photographs, documents, art, music, movies, and literature." Florida Center for Instruction Technology, University of South Florida 2009.
United States Holocaust Museum
Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Project

Teacher Resources

Decision Making in Time of Injustice. A unit to supplement Facing History and Ourselves Holocaust and Human Behavior, Smithsonian Institute
Facing History and Ourselves
Holocaust Education Teaching Guides, Southern Institute for Education and Research

Other Resources

Book Lists
WWII Novels for Young Adults

Digital Collections
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Historical Viewpoints
Social Justice Movements
Understanding the American Indian Mascot Issue
World History Archives. Over 12,000 documents that support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective. Hartford Web Publishing 2006.

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Social Sciences Research
U.S. Census Bureau Historical Census. Totals by Race, 1790 to 1990, by Hispanic Origin by Region Divisions & States.