From the University of Houston, Digital History contains interactive timelines, online exhibits, texts, photographs, music, and more to enhance online U.S. history instruction.
A chronology of significant U.S. historical documents (primary sources):
A resource from SAS Curriculum Pathways, "Explore! Primary Sources is a repository of original text and audio provided with historical context and comprehension questions to encourage active reading and analysis. The primary-source collection stretches across four centuries. It includes founding documents, Constitutional amendments, speeches, letters, patriotic songs, personal letters, Oval Office conversations, and more. Start practicing for the new SAT evidence-based reading section that focuses on primary-source document analysis."
Contains FREE online textbooks for U.S. History, American Government, and Ancient Civilizations.
The Jamestown Adventure. You are the captain of the Jamestown Colony. Can you do any better than the real colonists? You will have a copy of the London Company's instructions to help guide you. Also, you can ask your fellow colonists and the Native Americans for advice.
Virtual Jamestown contains biographies of early Virginia leaders, maps and images, court records, labor contracts, public records, and numerous other primary sources.
The website of the Jamestown Rediscovery Archaeological Project "chronicles the excavations of the original 1607 James Fort, which was long thought lost to river shoreline erosion. Archaeologists have now discovered much of the fortification and have recovered over a million artifacts." Digging began in 1994 and continues today.