Library of Congress Poetry Resources: http://www.loc.gov/poetry/
Internet Poetry Archive: http://www.ibiblio.org/ipa/
Epic Poetry Portal: http://www.poetry-portal.com/styles10.html
Representative Poetry Online from the University of Toronto: http://rpo.library.utoronto.ca/display/index.cfm
Modern American Poetry: http://www.english.uiuc.edu/maps/index.htm
Poetry.Com: The International Library of Poetry: http://www.poetry.com/
Yale University: A Place for Poetry: http://beinecke.library.yale.edu/bollingen/
Poetry 180: A Poem A Day for Teens fromThe Library ofCongress (searchable)http://www.loc.gov/poetry/180/
AMDOCS: Documents for the Study of American History
Arranged by historical century, this portal links to primary sources covering history from the 800s to the present.
Archiving Early America
Here at Archiving Early America, you will discover a wealth of resources — a unique array of primary source material from 18th Century America. Scenes and portraits from original newspapers, maps and writings come to life on your screen just as they appeared to this country's forebears more than two centuries ago. As you browse through these pages, you will find it easier to understand the people, places and events of this significant time in the American experience.
Avalon Project: Documents in Law, History, and Diplomacy
The Avalon Project mounts digital documents relevant to the fields of Law, History, Economics, Politics, Diplomacy and Government. Includes constitutions, statutes, treaties, and other primary source documents from 4000 BCE to the present.
Digital History: Using New Technologies to Enhance Teaching and Research
Includes e-lectures, videos, primary source documents, research guides, online exhibitions, an online textbook, music, and more covering numerous aspects of U.S. history.
EDSITEment: History and Social Studies Websites
EDSITEment offers a treasure trove for teachers, students, and parents searching for high-quality material on the Internet in the subject areas of literature and language arts, foreign languages, art and culture, and history and social studies. All websites linked to EDSITEment have been reviewed for content, design, and educational impact in the classroom. They cover a wide range of humanities subjects, from American history to literature, world history and culture, language, art, and archaeology, and have been judged by humanities specialists to be of high intellectual quality.
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence: Teaching and Learning Resources from Federal Agencies: History and Social Studies
More than 1,500 federally supported teaching and learning resources are included from dozens of federal agencies. New sites are added regularly. FREE is among the most popular K-12 websites maintained by the U.S. Department of Education because of the many great resources being offered by contributing federal agencies.
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Founded in 1994, the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History is a nonprofit organization supporting the study and love of American history through a wide range of programs and resources for students, teachers, scholars, and history enthusiasts throughout the nation. The Gilder Lehrman Collection, on deposit at the New-York Historical Society, contains more than 60,000 documents detailing the political and social history of the United States. The collection's holdings include manuscript letters, diaries, maps, photographs, printed books and pamphlets ranging from 1493 through modern times. Also check out their periodical, History Now: American History Online .
Historic Video Footage: Multiple Resources
Historic video footage can be a great tool to see what the culture of an era was really like. More and more historic video footage is being digitized and made available on the web. The following sites provide excellent collections of videos that contain historic value:
History.com: U.S. History
Videos and articles covering U.S. history via the History Channel and History.com. Lots of good audio, video, and multimedia files.
History Matters: The U.S. Survey Course on the Web
Designed for high school and college teachers and students of U.S. history survey courses, this site serves as a gateway to web resources and offers unique teaching materials, first-person primary documents, and guides to analyzing historical evidence. We emphasize materials that focus on the lives of ordinary Americans and actively involve students in analyzing and interpreting evidence. Also check out their annotated list of resources !
The Library of Congress: American Memory
American Memory provides free and open access through the Internet to written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music that document the American experience. It is a digital record of American history and creativity. These materials, from the collections of the Library of Congress and other institutions, chronicle historical events, people, places, and ideas that continue to shape America, serving the public as a resource for education and lifelong learning.
The National Archives: 100 Milestone Documents from the National Archives linked to Washington State Classroom Based Assessments (CBA)
Browsable by grade level as well as historic era, the CBA sample topics on this web page are linked to the "100 Milestone Documents" located at www.ourdocuments.gov, which include digitized original documents, typed transcriptions (for students who have difficulty with handwritten items), and background information describing the way in which each document fits into the American experience.
Resource Guides from Washington K-12 Schools
Schools throughout Washington have put together some great resource guides to help students find the best resources for their social studies CBAs. Here are a few that have excellent resource lists on their sites:
Smithsonian American Art Museum: Educational Resources
Includes collections of Civil War photography, American landscapes, American-Style history posters, and numerous other collections to help provide a visual history of the United States. Also check out other Smithsonian Online Exhibitions .
University of Washington: Digital Collections
This site features materials such as photographs, maps, newspapers, posters, reports and other media from the University of Washington Libraries, University of Washington Faculty and Departments, and organizations that have participated in partner projects with the UW Libraries. The collections emphasize rare and unique materials.
WWW-VL: History: United States
Contains links to primary sources arranged by era and subject, including chronological periods (The Gilded Age, Colonial Era, etc) and by decade through the 20th century.
Collected by Mary Norton -- Bound To Stay Bound Books, Inc. email@example.com
Washington information resource links to state homepage, symbols, flags, maps, constitutions, representitives, songs, birds, flowers, trees.
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includes all the major Cascade Range Volcanoes, plus more; Volcanoes of Lewis and Clark -- includes sightings of three Washington State Volcanoes ...
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Wildlife / Salmon
www.WesternWatersheds.org Keep Washington Wildlife Areas Managed for Wildlife ! Learn MoreWDFW -- Salmon Recovery in Washington State
Lewis & Clark
(Note: I have titles about Lewis and Clark in my bibliography, but there has been so much information published for the bicentennial I think every library probably has enough. If you don't, just Google search Lewis and Clark.
The Whitman Massacre
(There are many more sites on the Whitman Massacre. You just need to search on Marcus, Narcissa, Sager, etc. Most of my choices are primary sources. I want to know what the characters who were there had to say, not what someone else thought they might have said.)
The following letter is from the original account of Mary Marsh Cason's version of the Whitman Massacre . The copy of which I'm provided is by no stretch of ...
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Jul 3, 2002 ... In the early 19th century, the missionaries were the first white men to settle in the Pacific Northwest. They came to Christianize the ...
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Below we published an interesting letter written in 1855 by Miss Elizabeth Sager , a cousin of C.A. Sager of Promise City and E.M. Sager south of town. ...
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Apr 18, 2005 ... Catherine Sager Pringle, Elizabeth Sager Helm, and Matilda Sager Delaney. Taken at the 50th anniversary commemoration, November 1897. ...
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(Note: This site contains a picture of the 3 surviving sisters.)
Across the Plains in 1844. by Catherine Sager Pringle (c. 1860). Contents Chapter I - On the Plains in 1844 · Chapter II - Waiilatpu Massacre, 1847 ...
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(Note: This site contains the entire book. I have a copy of the book and have compared it to this document. The book is 29 pages long.)
by Matilda Sager - 1920 - Frontier and pioneer life - 46 pages
Cover title: The Whitman massacre.
(Note: I have an original copy of this book. The complete text is on this site.)
Marcus and Narcissa Whitman were both from upstate New York. Narcissa Prentiss was born in 1808 in Prattsburgh, New York, into a devout Presbyterian family. ...
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The Letters and Journals of Narcissa Whitman 1836 - 1847. [Show Table of Contents]. ON BOARD STEAMBOAT SIAM March 15, 1836. Dear, Dear Mother: ...
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DIARIES AND JOURNALS OF NARCISSA WHITMAN 1836. ON BOARD STEAMBOAT SIAM March 15, 1836. Dear, Dear Mother: Your proposal concerning keeping a diary as I ...
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Seattleand the Gold Rush
Use this classroom-ready lesson plan to understand how Seattle exemplified the prosperity of the Klondike Gold Rush .
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Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 19, 1957, Pictorial Review, p. 2; Pierre Berton, Klondike: The Last Great Gold Rush , 1896-1899 (Toronto: MaCLelland and ...
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The Klondike Gold Rush of 1897-1898 was triggered by the arrival of two " treasure ships" Excelsior and Portland in San Francisco and Seattle . ...
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(Note: There are more sites for this topic, but these were some of the best. The very best book on this topic is WOBBLY WAR the Centralia Story by John McClelland, Jr. ©1987 Pub. WA State Historical Society. It is out of print, so try Ebay or Amazon)
Emil Remmen and his Washington National Guard unit involvement in the 1919 Centralia , Washington , Armistice Day riot and killings.
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We cross the Chehalis river and then approach Centralia , Washington . ... In 1919 , a fateful event, later known as "The Centralia Massacre ," occurred in this ...
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Oct 6, 2000 ... The Everett Massacre lasted only one day but the lives of seven men weretaken and approximately 50 were wounded (Bloody Sunday, 2000). ...
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Japanese Internment in Washington State
Sep 16, 2008 ... The Washington State History Day wiki lists primary sources at archives and ... Who supported Japanese internment and who opposed it? ...
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Seattle Times article recapping the history of Japanese in Washington State in the early 1900's and their subsequent evacuation to relocation camps in the ...
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From 1906 until his death in 1928 Ezra Meeker devoted the majority of his ... Ezra Meeker was born December 29, 1830 in a log cabin on the family farm near ...
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by Ezra Meeker - 1916 - Overland journeys to the Pacific - 399 pages
In 1855, Chief Seathl -- also known as Seattle -- of the Suquamish- and Salish- speaking tribes, signed the Port Elliott Treaty. This marked his official ...
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Following are websites for all of the registered Native American Tribes in WA State.
Note: All of these sites were viable as of Aug. 20. 2008
êThis symbol designates a site I thought was particularly good.
Warning: Almost all of the Native American Tribes have a site that begins with www.u-s-history.com The downside of this site is that it contain pop-ups. Besides the distraction, some are not really appropriate for young audiences. For this reason I have not listed these sites. You might want to look at these sites for your own information.
www.chehalistribe.org (A recent check on this site required a password.)
This article has a good amount of information including history, government, setting, village sites, etc.
This article is adequate.
www.washington.edu/burkemuseum/ethnology/chehalis contains pictures of artifacts attributed to the Chehalis Tribe.
This article contains a good history of Colville Tribe as well as photos.
This is a long article with interesting information about the Colville Tribe.
www.cowlitz.org/history/ispossessed.html This article contained a long history about this group of Native Americans.
Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cowlitz_(tribe) had a very short article. It might be worth looking at now and then because more information could be added. As of June, 2007 the information was very slight.
Web sites on this tribe were very sketchy. There was not enough information to be of use for good research or reports. Wikipedia did not have much more than the location of the tribe.
Http://www.jamestowntribe.org/historyandculture.htm This site is excellent. There is a lot of good information and if you scroll to the bottom you will be able to choose more topics with additional information. The reading may be difficult for elementary students, but should be on target for middle school students.
Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S'Klallam-(Jamestown) had a decent article. The people belonging to this tribe appear to be proud of their heritage and willing to share their history with others.
Http://www.kalispeltribe.com This is one of the best sites, if not the best! When you bring this site up, choose Culture. From the Culture Home Page, scroll down to the bottom and click on Kalispel Commemorative Video (this is at the very bottom of the page) You will be able to watch and listen to a 16 minute video that will tell you all about the Kalispel people. After watching the video be sure to check out all of the other menu choices. There is a wealth of information for you and your students.
Wikipedia will give you different information. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pend_d'Oreilles.(tribe)
Lower Elwha Klallam
http://www.elwha.org/culture.htm This site does not have a lot of information. You will find a myth about the origin of the tribe under culture. That's about it.
Wikipedia http://enwikipedi.org/wiki/klallam will give you more information than the above site.
http://www.makah.com/index.html This site is excellent. It covers many topics complete with photos. The information is easy to read. There is a lot on whaling.
http://www.native-languages.org/makah-legends is a site that contains vocabulary, language, legends and more. This site is a must when learning about the Makah culture.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Makah This information is adequate, but you really don't need this site, because the other sites are so good.
There are many more sites to visit when studying the Makah. I have only listed two that I think are the very best.
http://www.muckleshoot.nsn.us This site is very good. If you choose Thumbnail History you will get adequate information. If you choose Detailed History option you will get a great deal of information. However, the reading is a bit difficult and the font is small.
http://www.nisqually-nsn.gov/index.html This site includes some photos, but it has very little information.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nisqually-(tribe) contains a short article about the Nisqually..
http://www.nooksack-tribe.org This site has very little information. There is a link to some language lessons that is of some interest, but that is about it.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nooksack.asp article is slight.
http://www.pgst.nsn.us/ This site is excellent. You will find not only the history, but the culture. This includes recipes. The site announces that articles on language will be coming soon.
http://wikipedia.org/wiki/klallam has a decent amount of information and some good photos.
There really wasn't a good site for the Puyallup Tribe. There were significant hits, but the sites did not contain information that students will need for their projects.
http://wikipedia.org/wiki/Puyallup-(tribe) article was mostly about the Emerald Queen Casino.
http://www.quileutetribe.org/index.html had a satisfactory amount of information.
http://enwikipedia.org/wiki/quileute had minimal information but did include a chart on language.
This tribe received the star symbol because there were additional sites with good information. The official home site is: http://184.108.40.206/ This is satisfactory.
http://www.native-languages.org/quinault-legends-html is a site well worth browsing. You will find legends, language and other cultural information about the Quinault.
http://www.washington.edu/burkemuseum/collections/advanced.php?archives=&USED=Quinault will bring up photos of artifacts from the Quinault Tribe that are housed at the Burke Museum.
http://www.samishtribe.nsn.us/cultural/cultural_1.html had some information.
There is very little information on the history and culture of this tribe. Most of the hits are for current events about this group of people.
http://www.sauk-suiattle.com has a few paragraphs about the Sauk-Suiattle
There is very little information about this tribe online.
http://www.spipa.org/shoalwaterbay.html had a few short paragraphs.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoalwater_Bay_(tribe) had a couple of sentences.
http://www.skokomish.org/frame.htm as a short article on history and culture, but does contain some excellent photos of their basketry.
http://www.andreawilbursigo.com/skokomish.html has The Legend of the Dog Salmon People
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/skokomish_(tribe) has a very brief amount of information.
There is very little information online about this tribe. Their casino project is the main focus of most of the articles.
A small amount of tribal history can be found at: http://www.snoqualmiecasinoproject.com/tribe_history.htm
http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/snoqualmie_(tribe) has a very short article.
This is another tribe with very little information online.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spokane_(tribe) has an article with a couple of paragraphs. This is the best article I could find.
http://www.suuaxinislandmuseum.org is an excellent site. You will find history and culture. The photos in the heading will change as you look at this site.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/squaxin_Island_Tribe has only a very short article.
There is very little information about the history and culture of the Stillaguamish online.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/stillaguamish_(tribe) has a paragraph.
http://www.suquamish.nsn.us This site is outstanding. You will experience a video complete with voice. A click here and a click there will take you many interesting places. You can go inside a long house, or out to sea. A lot of time and energy has been spent on this site.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suquamish is nothing special, but a student might get a bit more information.
Note: Chief Seattle was a member of this tribe. There is a lot of information about him linked to many of these sites.
Basically I found no information of use. The site, http://www.swinomish.org_history did not bring up the history. It was just a blank page. Maybe they are working on the site.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swinomish_(tribe) had a very slight article.
There are quite a few hits, but very little information on this tribe. There were a lot of mission statements and current happenings. There were not sites that would be useful to children looking for history and culture.
This is another tribe with very little information online.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upper_Skagit_(tribe) has approximately two sentences.
http://www.critfc.org/text/yakima.htm This site had good information. It is a site that belongs to the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission.
Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest
http://www.archacolink.com/indian_tribes_of_thepacificnor.ht will give you a list of web sites for many of the Pacific Northwest Indian Tribes. Some of these sites will be of value. This is at least another place to look for information.
There are lots of books on WA State history. However, many are out of print. I am especially fond of books that contain interviews, diaries, letters or conversations with pioneers. Fred Lockley compiled notebooks full of conversations with pioneers. His notebooks were edited and compiled by Mike Helms after his death. There are four books, but only one is still in print. The titles are:
CONVERSATIONS WITH PIONEER MEN (in print)
CONVERSATIONS WITH PIONEER WOMEN
CONVERSATIONS WITH BULLWHACKERS, MULESKINNERS, PIONEERS,, PROSPECTORS, ‘49ERS, INDIAN FIGHTERS, TRAPPERS, EX-BARKEEPERS, AUTHORS, PREACHERS, POETS & NEAR POETS & ALL SORTS
CONDITIONS OF MEN; VISIONARIES, MOUNTAIN MEN & EMPIRE BUILDERS;
I found one at an estate sale in an old barn. This is how I found out about these books in the first place. I obtained the remaining titles by typing in Lockley on Ebay from time to time. It didn't take too long until I had all of the books. The conversations for the most part are short and easy to read. Middle school students should be able to read these books. I found interviews with both Matilda and Elizabeth Sager in CONVERSATIONS WITH PIONEER WOMEN.
I bought COVERED WAGON WOMEN: Diaries & Letters from the Western Trail, 1840 — 1849 edited and compiled by Kenneth L. Holmes at the Whitman Mission Bookstore.
IT HAPPENED IN WASHINGTON by James A Crutchfield ©1999 by The Globe Pequot Press is a great little book. It has114 pages and contains 31 fascinating stories about events that helped make Washington what it is today. It would be just right for middle school and up. .
TOLD BY THE PIONEERS: REMINISCENCES OF PIONEER LIFE IN WASHINGTON ©1938 was a W.P.A. project Directed by Belle Reeves. If you can find a copy it is a great addition to a collection on WA State. (I have vol. 3)
Look in all museum bookstores for books about WA. Garage sales and estate sales are often a gold mine for local history. If someone tells you about a title check the Internet: Amazon, Ebay, Abe Books, are all good sources.
100 Useful Tips and Tools to Research the Deep Web By Alisa Miller
Experts say that typical search engines like Yahoo! and Google only pick up about 1% of the information available on the Internet. The rest of that information is considered to be hidden in the deep web, also referred to as the invisible web. So how can you find all the rest of this information? This list offers 100 tips and tools to help you get the most out of your Internet searches.
Meta-search engines use the resources of many different search engines to gather the most results possible. Many of these will also eliminate duplicates and classify results to enhance your search experience.
Semantic Search Tools and Databases
Semantic search tools depend on replicating the way the human brain thinks and categorizes information to ensure more relevant searches. Give some of these semantic tools and databases a try.
General Search Engines and Databases
These databases and search engines for databases will provide information from places on the Internet most typical search engines cannot.
Academic Search Engines and Databases
The world of academia has many databases not accessible by Google and Yahoo!, so give these databases and search engines a try if you need scholarly information.
Scientific Search Engines and Databases
The scientific community keeps many databases that can provide a huge amount of information but may not show up in searches through an ordinary search engine. Check these out to see if you can find what you need to know.
Custom Search Engines
Custom search engines narrow your focus and eliminate quite a bit of the extra information usually contained in search results. Use these resources to find custom search engines or use the specific custom search engines listed below.
Collaborative Information and Databases
One of the oldest forms of information dissemination is word-of-mouth, and the Internet is no different. With the popularity of bookmarking and other collaborative sites, obscure blogs and websites can gain plenty of attention. Follow these sites to see what others are reading.
Tips and Strategies
Searching the deep web should be done a bit differently, so use these strategies to help you get started on your deep web searching.
Helpful Articles and Resources for Deep Searching
Take advice from the experts and read these articles, blogs, and other resources that can help you understand the deep web.
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