Online Supplementary Material

Animated Atlas: “Growth of a Nation”

 Review – The American War of Independence in 9 Minutes 9:27

Monticello Website with Jefferson Biography, Timeline, Multimedia, etc:

Lewis and Clark Exhibit:

Discovering Lewis and Clark Interactive Website:

War of 1812 Website:

Landmark Supreme Court Cases – Marbury v. Madison:

Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum

PBS American Experience’s “Transcontinental Railroad”

 PBS’s “New Perspectives on The West”

University of Massachusetts Lowell, Center for Lowell History “Mill Life in Lowell 1820-1880

Monroe Doctrine

Andrew Jackson

Try Library of Congress’ collection of political broadsides. Search “Jackson” at the following URL:

PBS site: Andrew Jackson, Good, Evil, and the Presidency:

Primary sources from the PBS site:

Jackson political cartoons:

“America’s Stories” from the Library of Congress:

The papers of Andrew Jackson:

Short selections from a few of Jackson’s speeches:

PBS “We Shall Remain”: Trail of Tears

Library of Congress Primary Documents in American History “Indian Removal Act”

Trail of Tears National Historic Trail

PBS’s “Freedom: A History of US”

PBS’s “Africans in America:

PBS’s “New Perspective on The West”

BYU’s “Trails of Hope: Interactive Maps”

Library of Congress “Trails to Utah and the Pacific: Diaries and Letters, 1846-1869”

Oakland Museum of California “Gold Fever!”

PBS’s “Journey of the Forty-Niners”

Library of Congress “America’s Story”

Smithsonian Institution’s “The Price of Freedom”

PBS’s “The U.S. – Mexican War”

Library of Congress “America’s Story”

John Brown Museum State Historic Site

The History Place – Child Labor

National Park Service’s “Woman’s Rights”

North American Slave Narratives

History of the Suffrage Movement

This site includes a chronology, important texts relating to women’s suffrage, and biographical information about Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.

 John Brown Trial Links

For information about the trial of John Brown, this site provides a list of excellent links.

Images of African-Americans from the Nineteenth Century

The New York Public Library-Schomburg Center for Research and Black Culture site contains numerous visuals.

Freedmen and Southern Society Project (University of Maryland – College Park)