Sponsored by the New York Public Library, this site contains an extensive primary source archive of photographs, woodcuts, and other images of 19th century African-Americans from the Schomburg Collection.
NYPL Digital Gallery provides free and open online access to hundreds of thousands of digital images from NYPL collections, including illuminated manuscripts, historical maps, rare prints and photographs, and more.
Jointly designed by NOVA and PBS, this site gives elementary and middle school students an overview of Egyptology and the continuing archaeological excavation of the Pyramids at Giza.
A comprehensive education on the workings of a major orchestra. Includes interactivities and games.
Documentary resources for the study of FDR and his Depression-era programs.
Links to resources concerning indigenous peoples from around the world.
The University of Washington Libraries major research databases and other resources for finding primary and secondary sources for Native American history.
Portraits in all media, and archives dedicated to the portraits of men and women who have made significant contributions to the history, development, and culture of the people of the United States.
Interactive exhibits on the history, arts, and culture of the Native Americans.
Working from the collection, the museum has many kinds of resources that it makes available. These include teacher workshops, videos for loan as well as online curriculum you can use in your classroom.