An extensive website that covers Western American history of ghost towns, old west legends, photo galleries and more. The website also covers travel destinations of the western states in lots of detail.
A database of the text, audio, and sometimes even video of the top 100 speeches given by people in America. You can also read speeches about 9-11 and there is even a section on speeches given in movies.
This site contains maps showing campaigns of major military conflicts including troop movements, defensive structures and groundworks, roads to and from sites of military engagements, campsites, and local buildings, topography and vegetation.
Learn all about voting and democracy in America from the beginning to present day. This site offers pictures and lots of interesting insight and information on voting in the United States.
Created by students, this site explains Chaos Theory and the history behind it.
For more than three decades the "most dangerous woman in America" taunted mainstream America with her outspoken attacks on government, big business and war. This site pays tribute with and thorough look at her life.
"The San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection, located in the San Francisco History Center, contains photographs and works on paper of San Francisco and California views from 1850 to the present." This site brings the photographs to the internet.
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.
Links, articles and tutorials on iMovie, preparing video, digitizing video, plug-ins, streaming, and more.
An extensive database information system about all birds of the world, containing over 1.4 million records about 10,000 species and 22,000 subspecies of birds, including distribution information, taxonomy, synonyms in several languages and more.
SciVee, the so-called YouTube for science, features research papers and accompanying video in which authors can demonstrate and explain their work in simple terms that everyone can understand. The new video-sharing site, created by and for scientists, presents a platform where researchers and lecturers can produce multimedia presentations of their work.