American Indians and the Natural World
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History presents the beliefs and cultures of the
Tlingit of the Northwest Coast, the Hopi of the Southwest, the Iroquois of the Northeast,
and the Lakota of the Plains.
Geographical Overview of the Tribes of North America
History, culture, and statistics on many tribes from all over the country.
Indians of North America
These excerpts from Edward Sheriff Curtis's book contain history and photographs
of 80 western Native American tribes.
National Museum of the American Indian ALSC
Great on-line exhibits and information from this museum in New York.
Native American Sites
Multinomah County Library's super list of mega-sites and individual tribe sites.
The African American Mosaic Exhibition
Explore excerpts of this Library of Congress exhibit about the struggles of African
African American Odyssey SLJ
This on-line exhibit features books, maps, manuscripts, and other materials from
the Library of Congress which show how African Americans fought to be citizens of
the United States.
Education First: Black History Sampler
This Subject Sampler has everything from Malcolm X to Bob Marley.
Gale Celebrates Black History Month Center
More biographies of important African Americans in history. Also, check out Gale's
Black History Timeline.
This on-line exhibit is sponsored by the Schomburg Center for Research in Black
How I Fought For Civil Rights
The story of the civil rights movement through the eyes of Rosa Parks.
Images of African Americans from the 19th Century
From the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, these on-line pictures
include portraits, as well as, scenes from events.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project at Stanford University
Speeches, letters, biographical information, and a chronology.
The Underground Railroad ALSC
If you were a slave in the 1850's, would you risk your life to gain your freedom?
Take a trip with Harriet Tubman and experience the journey.
We Shall Overcome; Historic Places of the
Civil Rights Movement
Take a tour of key places in the
civil rights struggle. Eleven sites in Alabama are included.
Colonial Williamsburg ALSC
Meet the people of Williamsburg, experience colonial life through their trades and
politics, and see the historical places preserved at Williamsburg.
You Be the Historian
Find out about life for a family that lived 200 years ago by looking at objects
that they used everyday.
Photos from the Smithsonian Museum which feature subjects from popular American
Images of War: Combat Photography 1918-1971
Photos from Ibis Communication's Eye Witness collection.