Also provides easy access to the 20 most popular cases--such as Roe v. The site also includes a "virtual tour" of the Court building; links to all the written opinions of the Court since 1893; and audio of speeches by a handful of justices. Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) Resources for Teachers The U. Department of Education's National Library of Education and ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology.Of great value for those practicing law and studying its history. An annotated gateway to thousands of online lesson plans, curriculum units, and other teaching resources in subjects such as history, art, religion, social studies, economics, and gender studies."The Great Chicago Fire" examines the fire through five chronological chapters, while a second section, "The Web of Memory," focuses more specifically on the ways in which the fire has been remembered. H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences On Line H-Net, Michigan State University.
Historical Maps of the United States Perry-Castaneda Map Collection, University of Texas, Austin See JAH web review by S.
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First-Person Narratives of the American South, 1860-1920 offers approximately 140 diaries, autobiographies, memoirs, travel accounts, and ex-slave narratives, and concentrates on women, blacks, workers, and American Indians. The site is composed of five sections: education, research, history, remembrance, and conscience. Thousands of pages of maps, images, letters, diaries, and newspapers, in addition to church, agricultural, military, and public records--census, tax, Freedmen�s Bureau, and veterans�-provide data, experiences, and perspectives from the eve of the war until its aftermath.
(See separate History Matters entry for more details.) "North American Slave Narratives" also furnishes about 250 texts. The education section includes material to introduce the subject of the Holocaust to middle- and secondary-level students; the full text of a resource book for teachers; information on publications, programs, fellowships, and internships for scholars, faculty, and university students; and 45 bibliographies arranged by country. Offers both a narrative "walking tour" and direct access to the archive.