GENERAL RESOURCES 

HISTORY CHASE WRITING SERIES

Writing is messy. Writing is hard.

To write for APUSH, multiple skills are needed. These instructional videos

help students do the writing they

need to, skill by skill so they can

write a full essay. 

HISTORY CHASE LECTURES

Many are collaborations with my students! It's been great working these talented animators, narrators, and producers. The topics are APUSH relevant and they're (fairly) short!

thehistorydig.org

Primary sources are artifacts that teach us about the times they came from. Dig for artifacts that are the bigees you'd expect, plus "curiosity artifacts." Hmmm. thehistorydig also features a thinking tool to help study these artifacts like historians. Let's get digging!

SHORT AMERICAN HISTORIES

There is a ton of great history being written every day! These short essays and videos from popular sites help us see history from new angles. Many prompt what is a great student compliment: "That was ACTUALLY interesting!"

MORE HISTORY!

Videos, podcasts and study sites to help you learn our 500 years of history and practice historical thinking!

COLLEGE BOARD STUFF

Information about the course and the exam. That's about it.

PERIOD RESOURCES 

PERIOD 1:

1491-1607

PERIOD 2:

1607-1754

PERIOD 3:

1754-1800

PERIOD 4:

1800-1848

PERIOD 5:

1848-1877

PERIOD 6:

1865-1898

PERIOD 7:

1898-1945

PERIOD 8:

1945-1980

PERIOD 9:

1980-2018

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