Internet History Sourcebooks Project Internet History Sourcebooks Project Paul Halsall, Editor Last Modified: Dec 11 | linked pages may have been updated more recently The Internet History Sourcebooks Project is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational use. Project Overview - FeederWatch Who are the people behind FeederWatch? Participants across North America are at the core of Project FeederWatch. But besides the army of citizen scientists collecting information on birds at their feeders, several people in the United States and Canada are responsible for archiving and analyzing the data and the day-to-day operation of the project. Project FeederWatch is administered in the United States by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology (CLO) and in Canada by Bird Studies Canada (BSC).
America in Class Lessons » Citizen Leadership in the Young Republic: The Father–Son Letters of John Adams and John Quincy Adams, 1774–1793 What qualities of citizen leadership did John Adams consider essential to sustain and nurture the young republic?Text: Correspondence of John Adams & John Quincy Adams, 1774–1793 (excerpts). Which classical character are you? The many and varied classical characters that appear in Greek and Roman mythology played such a large role in the cultural identity of those ancient civilizations that tales of their exploits have endured and have been incorporated into literature and language worldwide. The names of the characters themselves are often listed in dictionaries and are frequently associated with particular character traits or certain predicaments. Herculean, for example, can be used to describe a feat of great difficulty comparable to The Twelve Labours, but can also portray the great physical strength of an individual. A beautiful woman can be a modern-day Helen of Troy, which, though an enviable attribute, could be described as your Achilles’ heel when it sparks a war!
Annenberg Learner Interactives: Collapse Hundreds of years ago in what is now modern Honduras, Copán was a thriving civilization, a center of the cultural life of the Maya. Tens of thousands of people made their home in the Copán Valley. Yet despite its importance, Copán went into decline. Chapter 12, 13 & 14 Summary Mongol Eurasia and Its Aftermath, 1200–1500 I. The Rise of the Mongols, 1200–1260
untitled References Agustí, J. and M. Antón. 2002 Mammoths, Sabertooths, and Hominids: 65 Million Years of Mammalian Evolution in Europe. Columbia University Press, New York. Allard, M. W., R. Immigration and Ellis Island World War II and the Postwar Period The United States entered World War II in 1942. During the war, immigration decreased. resourcesforhistoryteachers - WorldHistoryI WHI.1 On a map of the Middle East, Europe, Africa, and Asia, identify where Islam began and trace the course of its expansion to 1500 AD. WHI.2 Describe significant aspects of Islamic belief. A. the life and teachings of Muhammad B. the significance of the Qur’an as the primary source of Islamic belief C. Asia Topics in World History China was the most advanced place in the world. recognized this when he got to China in the late 13th century after traveling through much of Asia. In what is now Europe, this was the period now referred to as the “high” Middle Ages, which fostered the Crusades and witnessed the rise of Venice, the mercantile center that was Marco Polo’s home. A painted by a Chinese artist in the 12th century provides us with a look at society and urban life in China during this time. During the Song (Sung) Dynasty (960-1276), technology was highly advanced in fields as diverse as agriculture, iron-working, and printing. Indeed, scholars today talk of a Song economic revolution. The population grew rapidly during this time, and more and more people lived in cities.