Night by Elie Wiesel
States Holocaust Museum Memorial
For more information on the Holocaust, start at
this famous museum in Washington, D.C. Click on links under
Features and Online Exhibitions to follow
several photographic journeys through this dark period of
Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity
Visit this site to learn more about the Nobel Prize-winning
author and his organization that fights for human rights
around the world.
An Illustrated History by Geoffrey C. Ward and Ken
Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
No history of baseball is complete without a visit
to the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. If you cannot
get to Cooperstown, this interactive site is the next best
thing; it includes games, information on the museum’s collection,
and online exhibits.
Negro Baseball Leagues
Step back in history to learn about the Negro Baseball
Leagues, which operated during the 1920s, 30s, and 40s.
This site recalls the history of the leagues, as well as
its teams and star players.
Edge of the Sea by Rachel Carson
Hall of Fame
This site offers information on Rachel Carson and
other environmentalists, such as John Muir and Henry David
Thoreau. Read about these well-known figures and then follow
the time line of the environmental movement in the United
Separate Battle: Women and the Civil War by Ina Chang
War Women—Duke University
This site contains papers and diaries of famous
Civil War women, including Confederate spy "Wild Rose"