History (HS)

Updated 1-15-24

  1. Digital History
  2. French Revolution to music
  3. History.com
  4. the History Cat
  5. History Central
  6. The History Engine–free class setup for colleges
  7. Historynet.com
  8. The History Place
  9. Media History Project
  10. Mission US–games to learn about the Dust Bowl, the Civil Right movement (coming), the Japanese incarceration (coming), City of immigrants
  11. National Archives Daily Document
  12. National WWII Museum
  13. Naval History and Heritage YouTube Channel
  14. On This Day in History
  15. PBS History videos
  16. Primary Source Documents
  17. Smithsonian Source–Primary source documents
  18. That Was History–videos on world history
  19. Timelapse–watch the world change over time
  20. Timelines–select timelines in world history
  21. US National Archives

US History

  1. American Panorama–an atlas of US history
  2. American Revolution History
  3. American Revolution videos
  4. Crash Course: US History (videos)
  5. Docs Teach–primary source documents on the American Revolution
  6. History Place: American Revolution
  7. Library of Congress: American Revolution
  8. Primary Documents in American History

World History

  1. BBC History (world)
  2. Crash Course: World History (videos)
  3. Critical Past–original videos from mid-1800’s and forward of amazing events in world history
  4. French Revolution — TEDEd lesson plan
  5. World History Teacher YouTube channel