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David Korfhage

Interactive map: The Spread of U.S. Slavery, 1790-1860 - 7 views

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    An interactive map showing the spread of slavery. It gives you a variety of ways to look at the date (absolute numbers, percent of population, etc.) and also includes data for the free black population.
David Korfhage

Unchained Memories: Readings from the Slave Narratives - YouTube - 1 views

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    "Unchained Memories is a riveting compilation of more than forty narratives drawn from interviews with former slaves conducted in the 1930s by the government's Works Progress Administration. "
David Korfhage

1970s united states history - 3 views

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    Links to resources about the history of the 1970s
David Korfhage

The U.S. Economy in the 1920s - 7 views

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    Please note by the end of the decade radio households was up to 40%.
    Can you image a teenager of today transported back to a time with
    no smart phone! I'm not going back and I'm 72.
David Korfhage

Animated interactive of the history of the Atlantic slave trade. - 7 views

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    An incredible animated, interactive map of the trans-Atlantic slave trade
David Korfhage

African Slavery Primary Sources: HistoryWiz Africa - 7 views

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    Documents on African and African-American history, focused on the history of slavery
David Korfhage

outhistory.org - 5 views

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    A repository of sources on LGBTQ history
David Korfhage

CriticalPast - YouTube - 7 views

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    A collection of historical films. Unfortunately there is a prominent "watermark" but they might still work in the classroom.
David Korfhage

CinemaHistory - YouTube - 7 views

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    A collection of early short films. Good for films of early 20th century city life.
Nate Merrill

History by Era - 19 views

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    The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Nate Merrill

American History Textbook - 8 views

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    "American History:
    From Pre-Columbian to the New Millennium"
David Korfhage

Europeana 1914-1918 - Explore stories - 5 views

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    An enormous, searchable archive of primary sources from the years of World War I--from Europe, the US, and New Zealand
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    Yes, it is a great project. If you are interested, here are some ideas how to start working with the collections in the classroom: http://geschichtsunterricht.wordpress.com/2014/02/01/working-with-the-europeana-1914-18-collections-in-the-history-classroom-part-13-scarcity-vs-abundance/
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