Black History Sites
The PES Black History Project
African American Odyssey provides an extensive amount of information from the Library of Congress.
Africans in America is put together by the Public Broadcasting Service and provides information from the Terrible Transformation through Judgment Day.
Scholastic's Black Culture in America provides information on a variety of aspects of the Black American culture. They also provide teacher's guides that are very helpful.
Black History Month is an archive of great ideas provided by the Learning Network.
Black History Hotlist is part of the Pacific Bell Knowledge Network Explorer.
Black History Treasure Hunt
Deep in the Bush where People Rarely Go has teacher lesson plans to accompany the travel through the Bush of Africa.
Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl can be read online.
The Internet African American History Challenge is an interactive quiz that helps you sharpen your knowledge of African American History.
Internet Hunts for Black History
Martin Luther King Links:
|Martin Luther King, Jr.|
|Martin Luther King Day on the Net|
|Great Timeline for younger students with an accompanying webquest|
interactive chronology from Stanford University.
It is very comprehensive, so you may have to wait for the page to load.
|Martin Luther King Jr. Day from Scholastic|
|Excellent encyclopedia of all of Martin Luther King's life.|
|Martin Luther King timeline from Fact Monster|
|Martin Luther King Quiz|
|Quotes from M.L.King, Jr.|
|Check out the Primary Games page for activities|
Stamp on Black History has an exhaustive list of online research.
(Great list of teacher resources) Teacher Vision
Underground Railroad Weblesson from Peabody Elementary.
Wikipedia has a good encyclopedia entry for African American history.