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Creates curricula which follow online adventure learning expeditions as they travel around the world. Includes resources for use in the K-12 classroom.

GNG is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting international dialogue by partnering educators around the world. Includes a teacher survey and project overview.

Information on the books and other professional activities of this historian and anthropologist, the Paul Dupee University Professor of Social Science at Brown University.

Authors of history and archaeology books. Detailed description of their publications.

Winston Churchill's official biographer and a leading historian of the modern world. Includes biography, bibliography and lecture schedule.

Collection of online resources: articles and interviews.

A review of Leuchtenburg's nine-essay publication on the Constitutional Revolution of 1937.

The official website of the Royal Family of Bourbon Two Sicilies describes the dynasty that reined over Southern Italy from 1734 to 1861.

Provides lists of heads of state and heads of government (and, in certain cases, de facto leaders) of all countries and territories, usually going back to at least 1700.

Quarterly history journal publishing the academic work of secondary students. Includes subscription and submission information, contents lists, and sample essays.

Monthly magazine from the British Broadcasting Corporation that explores themes in British history. Contents list and sample page images online.

Based on a German radio show, and featuring news stories, birthdays, and major events, with a searchable database. {English and German]

A place for people to share photos and stories, telling the histories of their local communities. Curated collections by site members.

Information on this organization including membership and online access to society journal.

A non-profit, non-partisan organization which promotes education about Thomas Jefferson through film, web, library, outreach, and numerous support programs.

Nonprofit organization rediscovering the legacy of Lewis and Clark through reenactments and other living history programs. Expedition history, photos and other details of bicentennial activities, and other news and information.

Includes the Farrington House Museum. Auckland.

An online database of people and events that shaped history. Create graphic timelines of periods in history and of the lives of individuals.

The origins of foods, historic recipes, extensive teaching resources and web links.

Describes story of how the USSR joined the Internet in 1984. Include original usenet posting and followup. Maintained by the perpetrator himself.

Offers online games and puzzles, printable activities, coloring pages, free clip art, screen savers, animated greeting cards, and downloads.

Lists holiday dates by country and religion. Includes holiday dates for all countries and religions. Also lists holidays worldwide for today's date.

Free printable calendars in Adobe PDF and Microsoft Excel formats. Offers additional styles with annual paid subscription.

Lists national and public holidays around the world in a calendar format. All featured holidays include background information.

Printable calendars by month, year and in various sizes.

Online calendars with all relevant dates for people living in Canada. Users can customize and print calendars.

Canada Day colouring pages.

Offers coloring pages, holiday printables, online painting, games, riddles, music, lyrics, customs and recipes.

Pages of Christmas music, crafts and games, traditions and recipes.

Cookie recipes, teas, songs, stories, and gift suggestions.