LCS Online History Yellow Page
City of Athens
- A photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural
remains of ancient Athens (Greece).
Greek Costume slide show
- Internet slide show on women clothing. Select
Ancient World Maps
- Listing of maps of Ancient
Greece (Hellas) and Homeric
- Includes information on land, daily life, coinage, pottery,
religion and aspects of death.
Ancient Theatre Today
- Your electronic source for Greek and Roman drama,
dance, and music.
- Exploring Ancient
- Links to ancient history of Egypt, Near East, India China, Greece,
Rome, Islam & Medieval Europe.
from around the World
- Pieces of facts and trivia from various countries
around the world
- Greece Information
- Includes travel and history
Jewelry: 5000 years of tradition
- Travel through time as you explore Greek
jewelry and jewelry-making techniques from antiquity to recent times.
- Greek mythology, history and maps
- Search by country or document title
- Links to articles on Homer & The Odyssey
Journey of Greece
- Includes travel, tourism & culture of Greece
- Links to sites on mythology, people, daily life, death &
burial, and writing of Ancient Greeks
- This is an evolving digital library of resources for the study
of the ancient world and beyond.
on Ancient Greece (Hellas)
- Links to artfacts, art, culture and museums
of Ancient Greece
- Links the world's history from Pre-history to present
History Timelines, AITLC
- Links to timelines of specific region or event
of the world.
- Photographs of ancient artifacts + information on
Museum, Dept of Egyptian Antiquities
- Online galleries, information & digs
- Virtual exhibits of artifacts
King Tut's Tomb
- photos, information & maps of tomb
- Egyptian collection of Ashmolean Museum at Oxford University
- Howard Carter's Journal
- Reprints of Carter's journal from October, 1922
- Reprints of Carter's journal from January, 1923
of King Tut's tomb
- graphical maps of layout of King Tut's tomb
Guide to United States History: Move West
- Links to sites on the move West
by settlers. Includes gazetter & museums.
Guide to United States:Late 1700's to Early 1800's
- Links to sites on
U.S. History from 1770-1840's.
Facts & Trivia
- Facts and trivia from various time periods and events on
- On-line collection of the Library of Congress. Search by specific
collection or across collections.
- This site is full of great information and resources
about the American Revolutionary War.
Revolutionary War--Lafayette's Men
- Information on the men of French Ancestry
who fought in the American Revolution.
- Animated Atlas
- timline, primary sources, and websites on American History
- Find information based upon 2000 Census and past Censuses
- Find the name, address & email of your congressman or schedule for tomorrow's
- Colonial America
- information on the life & times in America from Jamestown until the Revolution
- Colonial Williamsburg
- Click on the
horse & carriage and search the Williamsburg Almanck for information on colonial
life & a colonial dateline from 1750-1783.
Washington's Mount Vernon
- Biographical information on George Washington
& his home
- from PBS, click on timeframe and then on speech. Speech
in "pop-up" window.
of American Women
- information of women's role in the making of American
- National Museum
of American History Timeline
- This timeline explores our American heritage
through objects in the Museum's
collections and exhibitions. To find more
detailed information, click on any image.
- information on the events and style of the 1920's
- Includes information on pioneers of the American West.
- Pioneer life is recreated in Old Deseret, where 13 authentic
pioneer homes and buildings combine with typical pioneer guides in authentic pioneer
dress and animals. Old Deseret represents any of the hundreds of Mormon villages
that popped up all around the State of Deseret between 1847 and 1869.
History of U.S.
- information on the history of railroads and their importance
to American History.
Maps form 1828-1900
- Collection of railroad maps from the Library of Congress'
American Memory collection.
of Congress' on-line record of laws and votes from Congress
Chests: A Virtual Exhibition
- Virtual exhibit of various tool chest from
- U.S. Census
Bureau, Census 2000
- Information on the 2000 census
House of Representatives Law Library
- Library has full-text searchable
copies of U.S. Federal Code and U.S. Federal regulations (sorted by agency), federal
court decisions, and treaties.
- Voices of the Civil Rights
- A history preservation project by the Library of Congress, AARP and Leadership Conference on Civil Rights interviewed Americans who participate and lived during the civil right movement period. Searchable database by year, location, author, story topic and keyword.
- information on the War of 1812 including links, documents and
- Wild West
& photos of the American "Wild West", includes cowboys, outlaws and gunfights.
- Official site of Whitehouse.
includes history & virtual tour
Links to U.S. History: Westward Movement
- Links to the Oregon trail, pioneer
life and biographies.
- Vietnam Veterans Memorial
- Links to virtual Vietnam Memorial Wall
TLC Guide to Aztecs, Inca & Mayan Cultures
- (user ID needed)
- information on Incan mummies and culture
Geographic Aztec Temple
- information and photos on temple in Mexico
- information on the Olmec culture
of Ancient Peru
- information on Pervian art work
on culture and religion of the Toltec Empire
Native American History & Culture
- Traditional recipes of Native Americans
- Weapons by timeline
- Information on arrowheads, Indian burial mounds &
Native American clothing
- Information from costumes.org on traditional
- Information on food, legends, government, music, language
- Native American
Guide, k12 TLC (LCS User Id)
- Guide to Native American studies includes
famous Native Americans, tribal information, maps and history & culture of Native
- Information on the history & government of Native American
- Paper Totem Poles
- Color pages of traditional animals used for totem poles
- Native American recipes from Gutsy Gourmet
- Native American recipes from Recipe Source
& His Press
of the Book
- Information on how to make a book
the Printing Press
- List on different types of book making before the
& Paper Arts for Kids
- Includes list of books & internet sites for making
Commericial Printing, about.com
- includes links to types of inks and printing
Life of Middle Ages
- Links to information on daily life of middle ages
- From Pen
- Information on printing impact on society
- Links to facsimile pages of Gutenberg Bible & life & times of Gutenberg
- Fascinating facts of Johannes Gutenberg
- Information on Gutenberg's life
- Official site (in English) on Gutenberg and his printing press
of Printing Press
- Story of invention of printing press from Ideafinder.com
- Letter Press Resources
- Links to antique presses, letter cuts & types and a glossary of terms for
Middle Ages, AITLC
- LInks to history & literature of middle ages
& Typographers of Middle Ages
- links to printers of middle ages from about.com
- Information on printer's apprencticeships & Furst & Schoeffer
who printed Gutenberg's Bible after his death
- Links to how to get to Mainz, Germany and on Gutenberg
- Bad Fads
it's go-go boots, 8-track tapes or pet rocks, you'll find something here that
you just had to have and now wonder why.
- The Mother Lode of genealogy sites. Includes sites on historical
records, events & sites
- Information on disaster whether caused in land, sea or sky.
Includes airplanes, hurricanes, blizzards, fires and more.
- Historical information world wide
- Online resources on world, United States & technology history
Timelines on the Web
- Various timelines including farming & music
Estimates of World Population
- Estimate population of world from 10,000
BC to 1950 AD.
- search by subject (science, culture, religion or
politics), people, history,maps and events by timeline
- World population in billions from 1000 AD to 2150
August 22, 2008
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