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Research & Images Web sites

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Below are some useful links for research or images on Abraham Lincoln:

American History Guide 
From About.com.  Subdivided by century, major events and includes biography section with links to quizzes and “history today” facts.

America’s Library
A kid friendly collection of image, documents & stories of famous Americans & American Historical Events from the Library of Congress.

Digital History
Timeline with social, political and cultural events.

Enchanted learning.com
Includes historical information with links to additional resources.

EyeWitness to the 19th Century
First person accounts of historical events which occurred during the 19th century.

History Channel
A wde variety of resources by using search box.

History Place
Select a topic, time period from American or World History and learn.

INSPIRE. Net
Online databases (free to Indiana residents) for biography, Midwestern trees, poetry & literature, animal encyclopedia and newspaper & magazine articles. Must register for password or IP recognition for schools.

KIDS INSPIRE.Net 
Elementary version (Free to Indiana residents) of animal encyclopedia and newspaper & magazine articles. Must register for password or IP recognition for schools.

K12-Teaching & Learning Center 
Subscription site include over 1500 subject guides.  User ID need. 

United States History Guide 

United States History Late 1700s early 1800’s 

Library of Congress’ American Memory site search by topic or timeline.

Timeline 1800-1849
National Archives: Exhibits Expansion & Reform (1801-1861).

Digitized documents from the NARA collection
Lessons by era using primary documents.

Revolution and New National 1754-1820’s 

Expansion and Reform 1801-1868

PBS Online
Teacher Guides

Slavery/Civil War/Reconstruction 
Middle School lessons on U.S. History.

Stephen Foster 

University of Kansas Virtual Library of American History

Age of Jackson, 1830-1857

Coming of War, 1850-1860

Civil War, 1857-1865

 

Prepared for the University of Southern Indiana’s Fourth Annual Lincoln Teachers’ Institute (2007). Used with permission.