Helpful Websites for Students
- CIA: The World Factbook - Reference maps, country profiles, flags
- TimeMap of World History - all inclusive look at world history combining maps, timelines and chronological narratives that work together to enhance historical understanding
- National Geographic
- Philadelphia Historical Digital Image Library - Over 3000 images: photographs, art works, and portraits
- Voices of Civil Rights - Personal accounts of the Civil Rights experience
- The Library of Congress - History, culture, legislation information, and online galleries
- AmericanPresident.org - Miller Center of Public Affairs , University of Virginia - bios, time charts and organizational graphs
- U.S. Department of State - Factual publications about land, people, history, government, political conditions, economy, and foreign relations
- United Nations Cyberschoolbus - Information and resources about international affairs
- International Crisis Group - History and current analysis of potential crisis locations
- US Census - Quick facts about US states
- Portals of the World - Resources on the nations of the world
- Archiving Early America - Primary source material: newspapers, maps, writings and music from 18th century America
- Legal Resources from Justia.com - Federal court cases, US and State Codes, legal news
- The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History - American history online
- Mapping World - countries change size to represent data in response to the subject selected (i.e. Education)
- Food Timeline - a complete food history from Ancient Rome to present day
- The Living Room Candidate - presidential campaign commercials 1952-2008
- Talking History - Oral history website published by SUNY Albany for the purpose of sharing history lessons and audio artifacts. Two audio segments published weekly.
- C-Span Video Library - More than 170,000 hours of content back to 1987. Includes author interviews, political rallies, newsmakers and journalists interviews and more.
- Politics: Republican and Democrat Current Doctrines; Conservative vs. Liberal Beliefs; Conservatism; Liberalism.