NHD Online Resources


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 National History Day in South Dakota Official Website *

Utilize this website to stay up to date on the latest news and information pertaining to National History Day in South Dakota.

National History Day in South Dakota Official Facebook *

Utilize this Facebook account to stay up to date on the latest news and information pertaining to National History Day in South Dakota.

National History Day in South Dakota Official Pinterest *

Updated regularly, the National History Day in South Dakota Pinterest page is a place where educators can find useful classroom resources that promote historical inquiry in the classroom.

National History Day National Office Teacher Resources

Resources provided by National History Day to help educators implement NHD in their classrooms.

National History Day Office Student Resources

Resources provided by the National office to help students in the creation of their National History Day projects

National History Day in California’s NHD Teacher Toolkit Timeline

National history Day in California has created a NHD Teacher Toolkit that includes lessons, units, and resources to help educators and students navigate the National History Day process. The toolkit is set up in the form of a timeline, to help educators and students keep a steady pace throughout their project development.

NHD’s 100 Leaders

NHD 100 Leaders in World History is a website built by National History Day that includes a gallery of 100 significant leaders in world history. The website includes a results page, where people nationwide voted to rank the leaders according to five dimensions of leadership. Each leader comes with a set of classroom lessons to help educators engage young people in a study of leadership and legacy in history.

American Journeys: Eyewitness Accounts of Early American Exploration and Settlement: A Digital Library and Learning Center

American Journeys is a digital library of  geographical, cultural, and chronological information about the exploration of North America by Europeans and, later, Americans. The website is organized into geographical sections: the Northeast, Southeast, Great Lakes and Mississippi Valley, Great Plains and Rocky Mountains, Southwest and California, and Pacific Northwest and Hawaii. Funding for American Journeys was provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, under a 2003 National Leadership Grant. The Wisconsin Historical Society, National History Day , and Prof. Scott M. Cutlip of the University of Wisconsin all played a major role in the creation of this resource.

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