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History

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Learn what happens to make empires fall apart, and what marks they leave behind.

Sponsored by Annenberg Learner.

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Explore an ancient world filled with pharaohs, gods, mummies, and more. 

Sponsored by Eyelid Productions, edited by author and artist Mark Millmore.

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History.com: This Day in History

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Every day, find a new article on a fantastic, tragic, or bizarre event from history.

Also check out the 'History Blog' and quick-read 'History Lists'. 

A companion site to A&E's History channel.

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Kids.gov: American History

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A crash course in some of the most important people and events in U.S. history.

Sponsored by USA.gov, and part of the official U.S. government site for kids.

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Library of Congress: World History & Cultures

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Sample some of the amazing manuscripts and exhibition pieces available at the Library of Congress.

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Odyssey

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Choose from six different locations to learn about daily life in the ancient world!

Sponsored by the Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University.

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Scholastica Travel: 15 Virtual History Site Tours

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'Visit' 15 famous historical sites in the U.S with a collection of great virtual tours.

List compiled by Scholastica, an educational group travel service.


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Found an awesome history website?

Let us know about it and we'll add it to the collection!

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