Heritage Studies 5, 4th. ed. Web Links
- A Walk through Time—Fort Louisbourg photo gallery
- Founding Documents—Constitution of the United States; Bill of Rights
- The Constitution—Constitution of the United Stated with clauses numbered
- Portrait—Interactive portrait of George Washington—explores symbolic, biographic, and artistic points of the portrait
- Interactive Battlefield Maps—Chesapeake battles
- Text for Poem— “The Star Spangled Banner”
- Gettysburg Animated—Gettysburg Animated
- Gettysburg Map—Animated Map
- Europe's Borders—Changing Borders
- Soldier Life—Clothing Worn by Civil War Soldiers
- Union Soldier—Interactive Uniform
- Civil War Music—About the Battle Hymn of the Republic and lyrics
- Essay—“The Gospel of Wealth”
- President Coolidge—Sound & film recording of Coolidge’s Speech on Taxation and Government
- Years of Change—Political map of Europe-animation shows 1000 years of border changes in Europe.
- Prayer Guide—Resource for how to pray for the persecuted church.
- Pearl Harbor—first person account of the attack on Pearl Harbor
- President's Speech—Sound & film recording of Roosevelt’s Pearl Harbor Address
- Victory Garden—World War II general information: timeline, victory garden, recipes, class projects
- Recipes—World War II rationing and ration recipes
- Rationing Recipes—World War II rationing and ration recipes
- Virtual Tour—Corrie ten Boom Museum
- News Story Activity—Fun activity where student has to go out and get facts quickly to cover a news story.
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