Historic Mysteries is the best resource on documented unexplained mysteries in our history. Read about the most well known unexplainable events in our past as well as the most obscure ones. You can also join the discussion in our forum.
The American Presidents- Home Page
The American Presidents. American Presidents looks back at all the Presidents of the United States of America. Get to know the American Presidents, and find out what made them great. Learn how we elect our Presidents, what political parties have been pre
1920s Fashion and Music
1920s fashion and music history. The Roaring Twenties was a decade of flappers, gangsters, style, and celebrities. Explore the sights and sounds of the 1920s, Al Capone, Louise Brooks, Josephine Baker.
Black History in America
Black history in the United States including African American historians, war heroes, athletes, artists, and political leaders.
America's Historic Currency Exhibit on DVD w/music
This exhibit reveals a collection of paper money that reaches back to Benjamin Franklin. It includes examples of notes that were designed by Benjamin Franklin and printed by his company (Hall and Sellers). It also includes Civil War currency.
Famous Women Inventors
Explore the contributions of modern female inventors like Grace Hopper, Ruth Wakefield and Bette Nesmith Graham. These famous women inventors helped to shape the world as we know it over the last century.
Medieval Castles - Medieval Siege Weapons
Provides very high quality information on medieval castles, siege weapons, and castle warfare in general. Also includes interesting articles on medieval aspects of Dungeons and Dragons and Lord of the Rings.
The World of Royalty
History, news, books, and links about the royal families of the world, with an emphasis on history.
Baseball Alanac is the single largest source for baseball history, records, awards, statistics and research for students, librarians, and historians.
Photographer to the Tsar
While traveling with the Tsar, Russian photographer Sergei Prokudin-Gorskii took brilliant color photos in 1915! They are now on display at the Library of Congress Web site.
The History Channel is a cable television station offering programming related to historical events and people.
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