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    civics collage                                                                                                                          Image Lokal_Profil Creative Commons
     
    charters of freedom
    The Charters of Freedom: Making of the Charters, the Declaration, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, Impact of the Charters, Biographies of Founding Fathers. From the National Archives.
     
    exploring constitutional law
    Exploring Constitutional Law: “Explores some of the great issues and controversies that surround our Nation’s founding document.” Includes cases, notes and materials, equal protection of the laws, powers of the federal government and restrictions on state power, and first amendment materials.
     
    famous trials
    Famous Trials: Socrates, witchcraft, slavery, conspirators, murders, gangsters, politicians, terrorists and more. Includes chronology, images, biography, trial, excerpts, confessions and additional information of some of the world’s most famous trials.
     
    Gilder Lehrman
    Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History: “Primary sources, images, transcripts, essays and multimedia of each era and sub-era of American history from ancient to present day.
     
    iCivics
    iCivics: "provides educational online games to promote civics education and encourage students to become active citizens."
     
     
    LOC

    Library of Congress: LOC is the largest library in the world - containing over 158 million items. Primary sources include books, films, maps, photographs, posters, prints and drawings, sheet music, and sound recordings.

    national archives National Archives: “The nation’s record keeper.” From our nation’s most important documents (Declaration of Independence, Constitution, Bill of Rights) to texts, maps, military & naturalization records, photographs, video audio and more.
    interactive constitution

    National Constitution Center – Interactive Constitution: "The National Constitution Center is the first and only institution in America established by Congress to “disseminate information about the United States Constitution on a non-partisan basis in order to increase the awareness and understanding of the Constitution among the American people.” Constitutional experts explore each provision of the Constitution, its history and what it means today.

    our documents.gov   ourdocuments.gov: 100 milestone documents of American history. View original documents, transcripts and document information.
      Webpage created by L.G. Buschmann 9/12/16. Updated 6/5/2020.