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Colonial American History : Links To Helpful sites

 

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COLONIAL AMERICAN HISTORY --

LINKS TO HELPFUL SITES 

  1. Adam Ramage --Immigrant to Philadelphia around 1795.
  2. American Revolution 
  3. American Revolution
  4. American Revolution collecton of essays.
  5. Benjamin Franklin: A Documentary History -- J.A. Leo Lemay
  6. Colonial Williamsburg
  7. Crockett's Battalion -- Virginia State Line 1779-1783
  8. Early American History Magazine
  9. Early Illinois Women
  10. Fire Engine in the Colonial Community homepage
  11. Mayflower Web Page lesson plan
  12. From Revolution to Reconstruction
  13. Maryland Loyalists and the American Revolution
  14. Salem Witch Museum Education - Salem, Massachusetts
  15. Salem @ nationalgeographic.com
  16. The Road to Washington - British Army Style War of 1812 site.
  17. VBoston: Boston History
  18. Hildebrands Studio Colonial American Music.
  19. Philadelphia City Hall - Will Penn's Homepage
  20. Revolutionary War
  21. Old Huntsville Magazine : Home Page --A history of the people that settled the Tennessee Valley. Featuring a variety of subjects, such as genealogy, recipes, trivia, Moonshiners, affairs of the heart, Black Confederate soldiers, obscure historical facts.
  22. WHAT WAS THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE?
  23. Revolutionary War--Information and links to sites about the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783) era.
  24. Flags of the American Revolution -- Thumbnails of early American flags from the American Revolution
  25. Material Culture in Colonial America The American Revolution Project   --Showcase page for 7th graders.
  26. Hamilton Project --The Rise and Fall of Alexander Hamilton.
  27. Model Editions Partnership -- History of the First Federal Congress, the Ratification of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, Papers of General Nathanael Greene, Henry Laurens,Lincoln Legal Papers, Papers of Margaret Sanger, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony.
  28. Paine, Thomas. 1776. Common Sense.
  29. War of 1812 (1812-1814)
  30. Maryland State Archives: Documents for the Classroom -- Document packets introduce students to explorers, settlers, and Native Americans
  31. The Town Crier Online -- questions and comments relating to America during the 1700s-- the Colonial period, the Revolutionary War and the beginning years of the new Republic. Interative site to enhance student interest and participation.
  32. Archiving Early America. --Links to historic documents.
  33. Revolution Main  -- "Promo" site for a CD-ROM -- Revolutionary War:A Nation is Born.
  34. Trails West - Links Lewis and Clark -- Air date November 4 and 5, 1997 on PBS.
  35. Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation --History of the Expedition.
  36. Lewis and Clark lesson page -- A&E Lesson Plan.
  37. Mountain Men and the Fur Trade-- Library and research center for Western Fur Trade History, with a focus on the Mountain Men in the Rocky Mountain region from 1800-1850.
  38. From Revolution to Reconstruction and what happened afterwards
  39. Texas Historic Sites Atlas -- "The goal of the Atlas is to develop a database of the more than 250,000 historic and prehistoric sites recorded in Texas, and deliver most of that information through the Web." Great Texas museum search tool on site.
  40. First American Fort AHA:Famous Battles  -- American Revolutionary War.
  41. The Leslie Brock Center for the Study of Colonial Currency
  42. SONS OF THE REVOLUTION WEB SITE
  43. Colonial Activities in the NewEngland Area
  44. William Penn -- Penn in the U.S. Capitol, Penn and the Indians, Penn Plans the City.
  45. Mayflower Web Page
  46. The Pennsylvania Gazette (1728-1800)
  47. Battle of Tippecanoe
  48. Paine National Historical Assoc. -- Includes an archive of Thomas Paine works.
  49. ARCHIVING EARLY AMERICA -- "An array of authentic documents that form an historical record of ...the Colonial Period, the War of Independence, and the presidencies of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson."
  50. Go ahead... Make my day! George Washington,
  51. 4th of July - Independence Day Fort Ticonderoga (Carillon) -- Photo Gallery, Fort History, Geographical Drawings and Timeline.
  52. Henry Nash Smith: Daniel Boone Battle of Fallen Timbers
  53. Betsy Ross Homepage
  54. Resources on Military Uniforms in The New York Public Library
  55. Anne Hutchinson: American Jezebel or Woman of Courage? -- Paper on the reasons for the persecution of Anne.
  56. Early South Carolina newspapers -- A quick reference Index to newspapers that began publication in Charleston in 1732. Information in Genealogy and Colonial/Early American History.
  57. Better That Witches Should Live -- Biography of Thomas Maule who was acquitted of seditious libel charges after criticizing Puritan witch trials. Implications for the later development of the First Amendment.
  58. Hispanics in the American Revolution - Galvez -- Marshall Bernardo de G�lvez, Governor of the Spanish Louisiana defeated the British in Baton Rouge, Mobile, Pensacola, St. Louis and Fort St. Joseph, Michigan.
  59. The Ben Franklin Home Page -- All of his writings.
  60. Ben: Benjamin Franklin: Glimpses of The Man -- Everything you might expect on a web site, plus some surprises! Inquiry based teaching tips included.
  61. The World of Benjamin Franklin
  62. The French and Indian War
  63. Revolution and Independence - American History -- This site includes all of the major topics and some maps, British sources on the war. The site is currently incomplete and the author is looking for contributions.
  64. The American Revolution and the struggle for Independence -- A HTML-hypertext on American History from the colonial period until the First World War.
  65. The Declaration of Independence Constitution of the United States  -- Hyperlinked to make it completely searchable. Includes footnotes that mark alterations that in turn link to the relevant amendment, a history of the amendment -- including Amendments that passed Congress but were never ratified.
  66. George Washington at Home... on the World Wide Web -- "The Website is designed to capture the excitement surrounding Mount Vernon's new 18th-century farm site, its archaeological "finds" and ongoing work and its extensive library and distinguished archive collections. Information about new exhibits, many special events, slave life and audio tours, the Mansion, gardens, museum shops and the Mount Vernon Inn restaurant can also be accessed by computer."
  67. The First Thanksgiving -- See The true story of "The First Thanksgiving." This page contains a link to Plymouth, MA where you can take a virtual tour of the area, and a link to New England style recipes."
  68. History of Thanksgiving -- Featuring a collection of history articles and some fine recipes.
  69. Susan B. Anthony Historic Maps - Keigwin and Mathews Collection
  70. Maulbronn Monastery - World Heritage in Baden-Wuerttemberg
  71. California Missions Interactive Home Page -- Tour of California's twenty-one Spanish missions. Pictures (somewhat dark) and focus questions for each mission.
  72. Ask Thomas Jefferson
  73. Appalachian Trail Home Page
  74. The Oregon Trail
  75. END OF THE OREGON TRAIL 
  76. In Search of Oregon Trail
  77. The American Revolutionary War Home Page
  78. The Papers of George Washington



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