Just because the early 1900s was a simpler time—without technology or an especially fast-paced life—does not mean that the people weren’t capable of being brilliant. Will Rogers is a prime example of that.
History Facts, Study Sheets & Homework Help
History can be a challenging subject to study. In addition to the memorization of dates, names and other facts, an understanding of cause and effect is required and parallels must often be drawn to both historical and modern-day events. It can be confusing for students who do not have a passion for long-ago moments in time. We can help.
Bright Hub Education has compiled a large resource of history fact sheets, study guides and other homework help, written and reviewed by teachers and educators, as well as those who pursued history in college or in their careers. These authors try to help you sort out the details of historical events beyond dates and times in order to make your history assignments just a little bit easier.
Martin Luther King Jr. was a civil rights leader and one of America’s greatest orators. With his voice and spirit, he led African-Americans through the oppression of old-fashioned Jim Crow America toward a new age of freedom and equality for his people. His life was not without controversy, however.
Think you know your World War II history? What about the battle that brought the United States into the war? Prove you’re an expert by mastering this Pearl Harbor quiz.
Are you looking to brush up on your American history knowledge? What was the Revolutionary War? What did the Civil War do to change our country’s way of thinking? Some of these topics are addressed in this guide along with other historical events and people detailing how America was born and raised.
Do you know your Civil War history? Take this quiz to find out what you know about the War Between the States. You will probably learn a few new facts.
So you think you know your U.S. Presidents? Take this quiz and test your knowledge!
Test your knowledge of the American Military and its history. These fifteen questions are from the start of the nation to the end of the Korean War.