This Thinkquest site includes regulations of immigration to America, Ellis Island activities and life in the new country.
Explore how the sugar industry drew people from many ethnic and cultural backgrounds to the state of Hawaii.
An in-depth look at the flood of immigrants who arrived on America's shores during the 19th century. Virtual tours show how they lived beforehand and how their migration transformed not only their lives, but the culture of a nation.
Focuses on the many different cultures that came to Texas and the United States of America and the contributions members of these cultures have made.
About Mexican families who recently moved to California. Shares their stories, their traditions, and their culture.
Learn about the homeless sub-culture in the United States. Explore who the homeless are and how they get that way.
Resources for research projects on U.S. states including official state websites, clipart, report templates, and puzzles.
Follows the lives of immigrants from Nigeria and the Dominican Republic. Includes a brief look at how immigration served as the foundation of American society and culture, as well as an interactive timeline of immigration. From PBS.
Describes family life in the New World. Includes Theodore de Bry's Native American engravings, search index of towns, rivers and regions.
Interactive map of the USA allows users to select a state and find out about the climate and geographical features.