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Rob Jacklin

Tenement Museum | From Ellis Island to Orchard Street with Victoria Confino - 12 views

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    Both the museum itself and the site are terrific. Lots of primary source narratives.
Caryn Koplik

Online professional development seminars for history teachers - 17 views

The National Humanities Center offers interactive seminars for history, literature, and humanities educators. These are live programs with distinguished scholars. For free registration, email: ckop...

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Annabel Astbury

A Map of American Slavery - Interactive Feature - NYTimes.com - 27 views

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    A great map, but it can better be seen in the Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public Library:
    http://maps.bpl.org/
    http://maps.bpl.org/details_14001/?srch_query=slavery&srch_fields=all&srch_style=exact&srch_fa=save
    Enjoy!
Deven Black

America on the Move | Home Page - 7 views

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    "Transportation transformed America. Choose from these three interconnected
    routes to explore how transportation shaped our lives, landscapes, culture, and communities. "
David Hilton

AAAH - 15 views

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    An animated map which is an excellent source of information on foreign interference in Africa. You can zoom and use the left/right keys to navigate through the graphics. Helps to show how African power structures have changed over time. Very cool!
David Hilton

Constantinople Map - 2 views

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    An excellent resource to gain insight into the city of Constantinople before those wicked Turks blew the walls down. You can click on different features to add them as layers to the map. That makes no sense; anyway it's really cool.
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