South Asian American Digital Archive
SAADA.org | Jul 28, 2021The resource is an online platform and the largest publicly accessible archive that digitally documents, preserves, and shares stories of South Asian Americans.
The Land Divided, The World United: Building the Panama Canal
Linda Hall Library | Jun 23, 2021The resource offers a brief history of the building of the Canal as seen through the eyes of A.B. Nichols,...
Share My Lesson
American Federation of Teachers | Jun 7, 2021The resource includes hundreds of teacher resources, including social studies lesson plans and collections for middle and high school classes.
Crash Course — History
Josh Green and Hank Green | May 19, 2021The resource has more than 300 videos on history topics that span time and place.
American Revolution Institute
American Revolution Institute of The Society of Cincinnati | May 19, 2021The resource helps students understand and appreciate the achievements of the American Revolution, with extensive collections of paintings, manuscripts, and material objects.
Merle Eisenberg, University of Maryland; Lee Mordechai, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | May 4, 2021The Infectious Historians website features a podcast and blog. Created by historians of disease, the...
National Humanities Center Toolbox Library
National Humanities Center | Apr 27, 2021The resource is a multi-layered collection of primary sources divided into “toolboxes” with themes like American Beginnings, Becoming American, Making and...
World Digital Library
The Library of Congress with the support of UNESCO | Apr 26, 2021The resource offers access to more than 19,000 items related to 193 countries from 8000 BCE to 2000, sourced from museums and libraries around the world.
Children and Youth in History
Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media and University of Missouri-Kansas City | Apr 26, 2021The resource is a world history resource that provides teachers with more than 300 annotated primary sources focused on children and...