19th Century photos, maps, histories, and guidebooks from the Hudson River area of New York state.
An audio gallery of taped interviews from the 1936 Flint Sit-Down Strike participants.
Amazing website developed by PBS that explores the concept of infinity through interactivity and text. The website also explores the ideas of ancient mathematician, Archimedes.
Become a historian by interacting with and investigating historical photos. Participate as an "image detective," begin "investigations" or be an "exhibit builder."
"Read the words of explorers, Indians, missionaries, traders and settlers as they lived through the founding moments of American history. View, search, print, or download more than 150 rare books, original manuscripts, and classic travel narratives from the library and archives of the Wisconsin Historical Society."
"Greenwood's map is scaled at eight inches to the mile and covers London and its surroundings at the time of 1827." You can zoom and out and scroll across the map.
"ARW is public radio's largest documentary production unit," on this website there are documentaries from Nelson Mandela to Thurgood Marshal. There are stories, timelines and many other pieces of the documentaries all in MP3 form to listen to.
Explore the largest known intact colonial African cemetery in America. This website presents the artifacts and burial grounds in a great multimedia presentation. From cuff links to beads there is a lot to discover.
This interactive presentation focuses on revolutionary and enduring changes that took place in Iraqi ceramics during the 9th century as the humble character of Islamic pottery responded to a wave of luxury Chinese goods, imported by Arab and Persian merchants.
Free videos on many regions over the world and the animals that live in them.
Supporting cultural diversity and increased understanding among peoples through the documentation, preservation, and dissemination of sound.