Multicultural History on the Web
If you would like to suggest another group to be represented
on OneHistory, please email us at email@example.com.
Dive into the diversity of American history!
At OneHistory.org, our mission is to help
teachers, students, and the general public find and listen to all the
voices of America, past and present.
Court, Chicago January 20, 2009 Photo by Mike Nowak
OneHistory brings you the diverse people who
have created American history. Through images, stories, biographies,
essays and editorials, OneHistory is dedicated to presenting an
American history that includes all the participants from the myriad
cultures that have made America.
Want to learn about some of the lesser known (or even unknown) heroes
of American history? Visit our Stories
page. Challenge your knowledge with our Quizzes
History is not only text and stories, however, it is also faces and
landscapes. We live in an increasingly visual world and we understand
history in an increasingly visual way. Therefore, an understanding of
visual history and visual literacy is essential to understanding the
diversity of American history.
Want to get away from Google Images as your main visual research tool?
Want your students to understand the importance of accurate captions
and exciting images for their history fair presentations? Visit our Visual History pages.
Finally, OneHistory provides annotated lists of some of the best of the
web. Here there are links to websites for Asian
American history, African
American history and children’s
history among many others. There is also a page with some of the best image sites on the
web as well.
Please come back soon. If there is a particular feature you're
interested in, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We'll let you know by email when that feature is on the site and/or
And remember, the truth is in the details.
Hilary Mac Austin and Kathleen Thompson
|Featured . . .
The history of environmentalism --green history--is a
new field of study and an important one. If we are to make a difference
in the future we will need to understand our past mistakes and
successes. And there is more information out there than we ever
imagined. Check out this page for timelines dating back into prehistory
and books on African Americans, Latino/as, and women in
Women's History from Every Angle!
Much of our work has been in the field of Black Women's
history so there are a number of additional resources on the Black
Women page. Have fun looking through bibliographies, quotations, and
Away from Google!
This basic introduction to doing image research on the
Internet, with an annotated list of the most valuable sources of
historical images, is valuable for teachers of all grades and for
middle and high school students.
The Woman Who Loved
The story of Katy Ferguson, an illiterate former
slave who created this country's first Sunday School is an excellent
discussion starter for students who face difficulties in their own
OneHistory has its home in Chicago, we decided to create a Chicago
History page. This city exhibits just about with every aspect of the
diverse history we are trying to get into our schools, our art, and our