Using a Houghton Mifflin text? You have access to Houghton Mifflin's new HistoryFinder, a quick and
easy way to add sparkle to your presentations. Thousands of images, audio clips, maps, interactive maps, and primary
sources are all easily downloadable as PowerPoint slides.
A summary of the History Companion's components--among them, the Instructor Companion--, how to get to them, and how to start using them.
Click here to access interactive maps and primary sources relating to US History. First-time users should click on the History Companion overview link to the left for additional information.
PowerPoint slides formatted for both your PC and MAC which can be used for projection or printed out to aid in note taking.
This useful tool contains lecture topics, discussion questions, multimedia resource suggestions, and more. Organized by chapter.
100 interactive maps with questions to test your students' knowledge of history and geography, grouped by major historical periods.
Hundreds of primary source documents with questions to test your students' analysis of historical evidence, grouped by major historical periods.
Links to quality web sites covering 14 periods in United States history.
These suggestions present a starting point for organizing your lectures for the semester and highlight more in-depth discussions of topics covered in each chapter.
Abundant primary sources for reading and research, listed according to chapters in Kennedy et al., The Brief American Pageant, 6e. Each source is accompanied by helpful study questions and instructor's notes.