Give Me Liberty: An American History by Eric Foner is a student study space

APUSH Review Wiki: Great source of information

AP Central College Board released DBQ and Free Response Questions

Online US History Wikibook

Best of History Websites

20 Black and White Photos of Regular Americans

The Gilder Lehrman Institute

Stanford Reading Like a HistorianThis is a must use resource

Project Looksharp Ithaca College

Teaching History National History Educational Clearinghouse great resource

Article about Stanford's Reading Like a Historian

Cybrary Man Primary Source Page

Tour of the 50 States Video

Beyond the Bubble Assessing 21st Century Skills with Library of Congress Documents

US History Resource Binder Angela Cunnigham resources

Historical Thinking Matters: Website with strategies to teach students Historical Thinking Skills

A More Perfect Union KY Teachers Website for her AP US History Course

Mr. Moores Web Classroom: APUSH teacher website

54 Teaching and Lesson Plan Ideas for History Teachers

Primary Source Nexus
37 writing prompts for Social Studies teachers

The Gilder Lehrman Institute essential questions
ResourcesforHistoryTeachers award winning wikispace created by teachers for teachers

Course Notes: AP US History Vocabulary

Simulation Games

US History Educators Blog

DBQ Tips from AP Central General info and tips for students to prepare for the DBQ question

from Mr. Kenyon

1National Center Blog: Great source of Primary Documents

Powerpoint Palooza is a website put together by Susan M. Pojer with over 40 APUSH power points

American Rhetoric is a website with text, audio, and video files of important American political speeches

PBS resources for APUSH students

Our Documents 100 milestone documents in US History

American Galleries is a website of American painters

Primary Sources in US History Site (

Concord High School Primary Souces for Reconstruction - Present

US History Maps

Teacher created AP review Website

Utah State University: Dr. Susan Rhoades Neel's USU1300 Course Webpage

Moving Images Musuem

The Miller Center is a nonpartisan institute that seeks to expand understanding of the presidency, policy, and political history, providing critical insights for the nation’s governance challenges

10 by 10 is a website that gives you 100 words and 100 images to describe the current events of the day

HippoCampus: US History great resource for Flipped Classroom

Hippocampus US History Blog: great for lesson plan ideas

Stanford website of lesson plans with Primary Sources

History Tunes

Protest Songs from History Lab