Library Study Guide: History
Geography – Non-Fiction Section 900-919
World History -Non Fiction Section 930-999
U.S. History – Non-Fiction Section 973-974
Comparative Religions – Non-Fiction Section 200-299
Articles – Passwords available in library
World History Reference from Ebsco Scroll down the page to find History Reference Center
Websites you can trust
Best of History – A web portal that suggests the best websites for historical information and background.
Go Social Studies Go – History written for students by teachers.
Google Earth – An amazing interactive atlas with thousands of relevant articles and pictures to enhance learning about areas of our planet.
CIA World Factbook -Contains background information, culture, and statistics for every nation of the world.
71 Digital Portals to State History – Links to state and historical society archives.
American History of TimeAmerica’s Story – from Library of Congress
Authentic History – artifacts from popular American culture
Digital History – primary sources
Faces of America – story of immigration from PBS
Finding your Roots – from PBS
Looking for Lincoln – from WNET
National Museum of American History -at the Smithsonian
Photogrammer – 170,000 Depression Era images from Library of Congress and Yale University
Picturing America Videos
American Archive of Public Broadcasting – TV and radio broadcasts
1940 US Census
A More Perfect Union – Japanese Interment from the Smithsonian
Children of the Camps – Japanese Internment from PBS
Library of Congress: WWII Resources
National Archives – Japanese Interment resources
National WWII Museum
Powers of Persuasion: Poster Art from WWII
Rutgers Oral History Archives of World War II
The War – the story of World War II from the personal accounts of those who lived it.
Women and the Homefront During World War II
World War II: Documents
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