American Experience Teachers’ Area (PBS)
America in Class – Interactive Classroom Lessons
American History TV (C-SPAN3)
Annenberg Learner: Teacher resources & professional development
Avalon Project – Documents in Law, History and Diplomacy
Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi – Freedom Now!
Civil War Trust – Teacher Resources
Digital History – Critical Issues and Simulations Units in American History
EDSITEment! History & Social Studies Lesson Plans
Eyewitness American Originals from the National Archives
Facing History and Ourselves: Lessons and Units
FedFlix: The best movies of the United States Government
History Globe: Jamestown (interactive game – requires Flash)
History Teaching Institute @ The Ohio State University – History Lesson Plans
iCivics – Lesson Plans
Library of Congress
Library of Congress for Kids & Families
Library of Congress for Teachers
Lincoln/Net: For Teachers
National Archives – Docs Teach
National Archives – Finding Primary Sources
National Archives at Atlanta, GA
National Park Service – Teaching with Historic Places
National Public Radio (NPR) History Department
National Women’s History Museum – Educational Resources
PBS Learning Media
Perseus Collections/Texts
Scholastic – Free Lesson and Ideas
Share My Lesson By teachers, for teachers
Smithsonian – The National Museum of American History
Smithsonian Education History & Culture Lesson Plans
Smithsonian Source – Resources for Teaching American History
Smithsonian’s History Explorer
Stanford History Education Group (Reading Like a Historian Lessons)
TeachingHistory.org (National History Education Clearinghouse)
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
TPS-Barat Primary Source Nexus
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
World Digital Library
Yale Teaching Initiative – Search Curricular Resources from Local and National Seminars







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