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Black History: Exploring African American Issues on the Web
This Web site was created by Packard Bell Knowledge Network to support students as they explore topics related to Black
History and African-American issues.

Discoverers Web
Part of a huge explorers and discoverers site, this section is an alphabetical listing of explorers. For more information, click on
their home page.

Distinguished Women of Past and Present
This site has biographies of women who contributed to our culture in many different ways. Searchable by name, field of activity,
and date. Provides links to other sites.

Education World

Many history links are available. Especially interesting is the timelines.

The History Channel
Website of the popular cable channel.

The History Net
A very large site. To break it down, use the Guidesites on the left to pick a particular aspect or time period.

The History Place
Well organized site covering the American Revolution, Civil War, Vietnam War, WII, 20th Century Topics & Presidents. Lots
of information for your report & fun to browse.

Hyperhistory covers the major periods of world history
during the last 3000 years. World History
Search time periods from ancient times to the year 2001.

KidsClick:World History!/midhist.html
This site is broken down into subject areas and includes links to sites that have
been selected by librarians.


Many subject areas such as famous people, states, top ten lists and countries are included.

World History sites from Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators
A very big list of web sites that are all about World History.

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The content on this page is provided by the Nassau Library System, Youth Services
Department, in cooperation with youth services librarians at our member libraries.

Last updated: January 21, 2003
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