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The African American Journey     View
Lots of interesting information about the history of African Americans.

Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad     View
Are you curious about Harriet Tubman and the history of the Underground Railroad? Learn about them through pictures, maps , and quizzes at this site created by Pocantico Hills School second graders.

Encyclopaedia Britannica's Guide to Black History     View
Explore this guide to Black History and find biographies, historical timelines, and information on hundreds of topics including civil rights, African and African American literature, art, music, architecture, and sports. A collection of audio, video, ...

Oneida Indian Nation     View
Learn all about this group of Native Americans, one of many "nations" of native peoples in North America. Find out where they are located, what's happened in their past, and even get some great recipes from their cookbook.

The Civil War for Fifth Graders     View
Learn the basics about the American Civil War from this well-organized, outline-style website. Authored by a fifth grade elementary school teacher, the site contains references and other reliable source information for use is school projects.

Kids Domain: Black History     View
Learn about famous African Americans and other aspects of Black history from the sites listed here.

Native American Indian Resources     View
This helpful site lists over 300 websites that relate to Native American culture. The author also describes them so you'll know which ones will be most helpful to you.

Black History Month - Gale Cengage Learning     View
This site celebrates Black History month by highlighting the lives of more than fifty African Americans. The site also includes a timline, different activities and even a quiz.

National Education Association Read Across America Book Lists     View
The National Education Association features the Kid???s Top 100 Books lists and books recommended by teachers and celebrities. This site also includes lists of books about African Americans, Asian Americans, a Spanish/English bilingual booklist and ? ...

A Journey to a New Land     View
How did people first travel to the Americas 12,000 years ago? Did they cross the Bering Land Bridge or come in boats down the Pacific Coast? Ponder this and learn about the ice age and some animals that are now extinct.



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