- African American Experience
- Over 400 references, scholarly works, primary documents and papers, photographs, audio clips, maps and over 4,000 slave narratives explore their history and contemporary culture in the United States. Includes a timeline and lesson plans.
Electronic Resource of the Month, Feb. 2010
- Education & Homework Gateway
- A gateway to links, databases, eBooks, book lists and other resources for Education and Homework Help.
- Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgo
- La Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos está organizada de modo que los estudiantes puedan encontrar información rápida y fácilmente.
- Farewell to Manzanar
- The Farewell to Manzanr portal accesses the Final Accountability Rosters of Japanese-American Relocation Centers, 1944-1946, Japanese-American Relocation Camp Newspapers, Perspectives on Day-to Day Life: Personal Justice Denied, and Public Hearings of the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment, 1981. Additionally the portal links to Japanese-American information from a variety of reference sources and details the author, Jeanne Houston, biography.
- History In Context: U.S. (Gale)
- Covers all areas of U.S. history focusing on the most significant people, events and topics from pre-colonial times to the present day seen through primary documents, original reference sources, newspaper/journal articles, images, videos, audio files, and links to vetted websites.
- Junior Edition (Gale)
- Periodical database designed for students in junior high and middle school, with magazines, newspapers and reference books on current events, the arts, science, popular culture, health, government, sports and more.
- Latino American Experience
- Over 200 volumes of content, from encyclopedias to biographies, and primary documents dating from pre-Colonial civilizations that explore their history and contemporary culture in the United States. Includes a timeline, images, maps, and lesson plans.
Electronic Resource of the Month, May 2010
- Marquis Biographies Online
- Up-to-the-minute biographies of leaders and achievers from around the world in the areas of business, law, science, medicine, the arts, government, entertainment and more. Access to all biographies that have appeared in 24 Marquis Who's Who print titles since 1985, and Who Was Who in America volumes from1607-1985.
- Social Studies Fact Cards
- A quick reference, easy-to-use database filled with updated basic information for common school assignments
on Missions, Explorers, Indians, U.S. Presidents, Governors, Religions, Countries, Wonders of the World, etc.
Electronic Resource of the Month, May 2011
- Student Resources in Context
- Contains information on core subjects from Science to Literature to History of student-focused subject material. Includes content of Discovering Collection database.
Electronic Resource of the Month, June 2012
- World Book Encyclopedia
- Offers information on a range of topics.
American History Websites
- America's West - Development & History
- Annotated links to informational and commercial sites. Good information on Westward expansion, Native Americans, and life in the West.
- American Memory from the Library of Congress
- Collections of historical document and photos.
- Buffalo Soldiers
- Information about the Buffalo Soldiers on the western frontier.
- Castillo de San Marcos in Florida
- Explore the Castillo de San Marcos in Florida.
- First Moon Landing
- Read the story of the first Moon landing, with photos and sound recordings.
- History-It's Happening!
- A free resource designed for Middle and High school students, to accompany the study of North American History and support the celebration of important calendar events, such as Women’s History Month, Black History Month, and Presidents' Day.
- History of the USA
- Learn about the history of the USA at this great site from the American Library of Congress in Washington, DC. Click on “Jump Back in Time” for an interactive timeline, meet some amazing Americans or click on “Explore the States” for quick histories of each of the US states.
- Important Dates in American History
- Lewis and Clark and the American West
- Join Lewis and Clark and explore the vast new territory of the American West.
- Los Angeles Almanac
- Facts and Statistics about Los Angeles County.
- Native American buffalo hunt
- Visit the site of a Native American buffalo hunt.
- Past History
- You can be a historian looking for clues to the past.
- New Perspectives on The West
- Interactive multimedia site that is a companion to the TV Series by Ken Burns.
- The Overland Trail
- Links to sites about Westward expansion by stagecoach and wagontrain. Oregon Trail, Overland Trail, as well as Indian and Military routes are discussed. NOTE: Some of the links are broken.
- Runaway Slave
- Join a runaway slave on a dangerous journey to freedom.
California Mission Websites
- California Missions
- Map has links to each of the missions. There is concise information for each mission as well as a small picture.
- California Missions II
- Basic historical information on each of the missions.