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Fidel Castro
Interview Excerpts [Text-based]

Explore scholars' extended comments about Castro and Cuba.

Fidel Castro
Extractos de entrevistas [Text-based]

Explore scholars' extended comments about Castro and Cuba. (in spanish)

Transcontinental Railroad
Native Americans [Text-based]

Professor Donald Fixico describes the West before settlement, and the railroad's impact on Native Americans.

War Letters
The Legacy Project [Video]

Find out about the Legacy Project, Andrew Carroll's all-volunteer organization that works to honor the men and women who served America in wartime.

Maps

MacArthur
Where in the World is Douglas MacArthur? [Flash interactive]

Track MacArthur's career as he moved around the globe, accessing the information chronologically or by location. Flash interactive with non-Flash version available.

Timeline

Building the Alaska Highway
Alaska from Russian Colony to U.S. State [Text-based]

War Letters
Chronology of U.S. Military Actions and Wars, 1775 - 1995 [Text-based]

Read a timeline with maps of military actions and wars the U.S. has been in here and overseas.

Bibliography

Monkey Trial
Further Reading [Text-based]

Mount Rushmore
Further Reading [Text-based]

War Letters
Further Reading [Text-based]

Teacher's guide

Annie Oakley
Teachers Guide [Text-based]

Take aim at the myth of the West, explore the lives and expectations of 19th century women, envision America's future and its past as seen in 1893 when Frederick Jackson Turner delcared the American frontier to be "closed," and discuss the lives of Native Americans in the late 19th century and as icons of Western nostalgia.

MacArthur
Teachers Guide [Text-based]

Explore the career of a controversial leader and understand events in the Pacific theater during WWII.

Mount Rushmore
Teachers Guide [Text-based]

Delve into a story of the Great Depression, government and the arts, Native American rights, presidential history, the creation and management of public lands, government appropriations, and memorializing the past.

War Letters
Teachers Guide [Text-based]

Discuss censorship, wartime service and sacrifice, and the experiences of individuals affected by war.