World History, 4th ed.
World History, 4th ed. Resources
About World History, 4th ed.
World History, 4th edition, recounts the story of mankind from creation to the present. Students examine ancient civilizations through the Greeks to the Roman Empire. Then they survey India, Asia, and Africa on their way to the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the Reformation, upon which modern history is founded. They are challenged to discover the forces, issues, people, and movements that have shaped our modern world. God's providence and Bible integration are given prominence as the students are taught to view the world through a Christian lens.
- American History: A Documentary Record at Yale University — Chronology of documents from U.S. history
- America's Story — Explore many American stories and more from America's Library.
- Asia for Educators — An initiative of the East Asian Curriculum Project and the Project on Asia in Core Curriculum.
- British History — Many historical resources for Britain including a timeline
- British History Timeline — Explore all of British history with this easy-to-use interactive timeline
- Civilizations in America — A timeline and history of various American Indian tribes.
- History.com — All about history with video clips, computer graphics and more.
- Hyper History — A timeline of world history with famous people and events
- Library of Congress — Much information on people and place in the history of the US-a fun site to browse
- Spartacus Educational — Site dedicated to history-much information
- Today-in-History Page — Historical events and information for every calendar day
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