# 1 An informative site on the basics of world
history, to beliefs and more.
# 2 An informative site on the Renaissance.
# 3 Medieval Castles, check it out
# 4 Life in a Medieval castle. Some great pictures
#5 An interesting site to help learn about the
Renaissance. Check it out!
#6 Another site to help learn about the
# 7 The Great War; An informative site on WW I providing
information on the sacrifices made by millions.
#8 A website from a family in Westport who returned to Westport
on June 18th, 2010 after a 6 1/2 year journey sailing around the
world. Check it out!
#9 A useful link for all sorts of subjects
# 10 Billy Joels song; "We Didn't Start The Fire" with a video
identifying all of the things mentioned in the lyrics. Very
# 11 First hand raw footage of 3/11/2011 tsunami.
# 12 French Revolutio and Terror
#13 Osama Bin Laden was killed in May of 2011 in a mansion in
Northern Pakistan. This link provides some of the events which
led to his demise.
A time line of Osama Bin Laden demise
# 14 A useful map to better understand imperialism.
#15 A useful site for both American and world history
# 16 A wonderful siter on Ancient China
# 17 A lesson plan on the Black death
# 18 Another useful site in heping to understand the Black Death
# 19 Information on the teenage brain and how ot works.
# 20 A wealth of resources concerning much of world history.
# 21 A wealth of information on U.S. History.
# 22 World War One quiz. Use as a tool to help prepapre for
# 23 The Lowell Girls
#24 Excerpts from Upton Sinclairs "The Jungle"
# 25The lowell Girls video
# 26 The Wounded Warriors Project is devoted to helping our
latest war Veterans become the most well adjusted and supported
# 27 An informative site on the delopment and growth of New
York city including the experiences of immigrants.
# 28 An informative site on the inca, Mayan, ansd Aztec
# 29 Link to US history text. Once here click on student
# 30 learn about the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7,
1941. Explore and discover many interesting facts about this
fateful day that changed the world.
# 31 VOTE FOR COACH IRELAND
# 32 Use this site to create bibliography entries. Follow
instructions on the site.
# 33 An interactive link discussing unrest and revolution
throughout the world.
# 34 An informative article concerning Revolutions, Past and
# 35 A collection of art and literature work by high school
students in one N.Y. city highschool during the time of the
Deprpession. Very interesting.
# 36 A useful site to read, analyze and understand political
cartoons. How has this form of communication been used
throughout our nations history?
#37 An interesting take on Bloombergs proposal to eliminate
large size soft drinks.
#38 A link to the World History textbook
# 39 Access to World History Text
# 40 How to write a great newspaper article
# 41 Bibliography format for NHD
# 42 History Day handbook
# 43 An interactive website on the "Trail of tears" and other
native American re;ated stories.
# 44 A 68 page list of regulations pertaining to school
lunches. This is actually a subsection.
# 45 A link to the USDA National School Lunch Program.
# 46 Power point on U.S. Imperialism
# 47 Not sure what to do in a storm? Check out this link!!
# 48 An excellent powerpoint on WW I to be used with
#49 The Scientific Revolution
# 50 Additional information pertaining to the Scientific Rev and
#51 Yet more valuable information on the Sci Rev and
# 52 A "periodic table" of FDR's New Deal elements
# 53 A comparison of FDR and Obama
# 54 A link to our middle ages project
#55 Link to castles of the Middle Ages and the crusades
#56 An excellent piece on a young man everyone can admire!
#57 ch 22 section 3 quizlet
# 58Top 10 revolution felt around the world
#59 U.S. trade deficits and surpluses around the world
#60 Video lecture on WW I that we saw in class. An excellent
# 61 A digital history of America and the world
#62 World Info Zone. Very informative site on facts from all
around the world.
#63 A helpful link to prepare for the final exam in world history
# 64 Establishment clause cases.
# 65 Free exercise clause cases
#66 Bill of Rights Institute. Excellent primary source resource
for civics, history, and economics.
#67 American Government online text
# 68 American Gov't online text with both Spanish and English
#69 A link to our American Government book.
#70 Political cartoon analysis power point
# 71 A list of articles and sources of info regarding the
influence of media in politics.
#72 Mass media and politics
# 73 U.S. Histroy Essential Questions.
#74 How a bill becomes a law
#75 Geographies of Opportunity. A break down of information
on congressional district.
# 76 Dialogue on the Separation of Powers, from the American Bar
# 77 The U.S. Constitution
# 78 U.S. State Constitutions and Web Sites
# 79 “Precedent” (from American Law Encyclopedia, Vol. 8)
# 80 History of Brown v. Board of Education (from the
Administrative Office of U.S. Courts)
#81: Top 10 national newspapers.
# 82 2016 Presidential candidates.
#83 A video and lesson on consumerism and art
#84 A useful collection of U.S. history and civics lessons
#85 An informative site on Veterans day.
# 86 A useful link comparing countries
# 87 Presidential Primary article
#88 Supreme Court Website
#89 Global Crisis Tracker
# 90 Attached is an article to help you understand what super
delegates are, how they allegedly work, and why some think they
are undemocratic. Read on.
#91 An article in psychology today intended to make voters think
about what traits candidates have.
# 92 A list of dates for all states primary/caucus as well as
what type they have.
# 93 Could the entry of M. Bloomberg set off a Constitutional
# 94 Yet another link explaining the importance of Super
#95 Smore website. A useful link to lead to many other links
for social studies.
# 96 votesmart.org provides all sorts of information on special
interest groups, candidates, and more. A useful resource in this
# 97 Word document of Am. Gov't workbook.
# 98 Overview on the foundation of American Government, part 1 .
Foundation od American Government, part 2
# 100 Venuzuela and socialism. How it works or fails to work.