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David Hilton

Welcome to the William Blake Archive - 5 views

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    The Andrew Blake (1757-1827) Archive in North Carlolina, USA, is "not a physical repository of Blake's collected works, nor is it a clearinghouse through which users can obtain reproductions of those works. [...]" It is "an online hypermedia environment that allows its users to access high-quality electronic reproductions of a growing portion of Blake's work.
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    Useful for literature or modern history classes.
David Hilton

Unit 1 (AP World History) - 5 views

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    Interesting example of using a class LMS.
David Hilton

Jules R. Benjamin, A Student's Online Guide to History Reference Sources, Eleventh Edition - 11 views

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    Welcome to the Web site for A Student's Online Guide to History Reference Sources. Adapted from the appendixes in A Student's Guide to History, Eleventh Edition, this site guides you to some of the best tools available for the most common research areas.
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    A useful online guide which accompanies an excellent book written to introduce students to historical research and writing.
David Hilton

The World at the Fair | Home - 6 views

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    "This site provides lesson plans and primary resources for secondary students of US and World History to explore experiences and identities through historical analysis of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition. "
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    Useful for teaching US history of the late C19th.
David Hilton

Collection and Subject Area Overviews (Prints and Photographs Reading Room, Library of ... - 6 views

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    A large set of collections focussing mainly on US history, however also containing primary images from other regions of the world. Mainly photographs.
David Hilton

Talking History - 15 views

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    "Over the past several years, History Matters has organized twenty-five online dialogues with leading historians and teachers about the the teaching of major topics in U.S. history--from early settlement to the Vietnam War. Those discussions are archived here and contain many useful teaching suggestions"
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    Some useful tips on how to teach American history by seasoned professionals.
David Hilton

YouTube - MisterHistory1's Channel - 4 views

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    A little self-indulgent, however I'm interested in seeing what other people do with their classes. This is the montage of our recent medieval tournament. We also do an archaeological dig and other historical re-enactments. If anyone else has footage, images or descriptions of activities or re-enactments they do with their classes I'd be really interested to see them. And steal their ideas.
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