Internet Resources
  Unit 3: Life in the English Colonies

The University of Georgia Libraries Rare Map Collection: Colonial America
Explore Colonial America through this extensive collection of primary source maps and images.
http://www.libs.uga.edu/darchive/hargrett/maps/colamer.html

Colonial Williamsburg
Step back in time to visit this reconstructed colonial village. Meet the people, see the historic places, and learn about daily life in the colonial community. Colonial Williamsburg online includes a virtual tour of the museum, a "Historical Almanac" featuring "Colonial Dateline," a timeline covering events from 1750 to 1783, biographies of some of Williamsburg's leading citizens, teacher and student resources, a terrific "Historical Glossary," and more.
http://www.history.org

The Early America Review
This online magazine presents articles on the people, places, and issues of early America. You can read articles on many different subjects and complete an Early America Crossword Puzzle.
http://earlyamerica.com/review/

APVA: Jamestown Rediscovery
This archaeological project tried to find the remains of the 1607 Jamestown colony in Virginia. Check out the online exhibits and site plan to see how the discoveries have led to new understanding of life in colonial America.
http://www.apva.org/

 


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