Information about pioneers, wagon trains, and life on the trail in the United States in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Gateway to source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States.
Offers an overview of the struggles for religious freedom, women's rights, and desegregation. From PBS.
American history for kids. From PBS.
An interactive look at how this enormous monument was built and who built it.
Features historic documents from the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration.
Describes a shipwreck and the survival of crewmen and Africans, who were being transported to an area near the Bahamas to be used as slaves. Page includes past history, cultural influences, and mysteries about the incident.
Imagine being a part of the old west in South Dakota. Click on the Native American, military man, and prospector to see what their concerns were. Includes photos from that time period.
Highlights major events in United States history.
Travel through 15,000 years of history from hunters of wooly mammoths to the 21st Century in this picture-enhanced timeline.