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America in the 1930's
Devoted to the 1930's, this website explores the Depression era in American History through film, publications, exhibits, and radio broadcasting. Primary resouces including film clips and audio recordings lend to an authentic feel of the time period. (Learn more)
Format: website/general
Provided by: University of Virginia
Migration Information Source
The Migration Information Source provides fresh thought, authoritative data from numerous global organizations and governments, and global analysis of international migration and refugee trends. A unique, online resource, the Source offers useful tools, vital... (Learn more)
Format: website/general
Provided by: Migration Policy Institute
North By South
Culture, traditions, history and impact of the communities resulting from the 1900-1960 African-American migrations from south to north. (Learn more)
Format: website/lesson plan
Provided by: Kenyon College
North Carolina State Data Center
“The North Carolina State Data Center (SDC) is a consortium of state and local agencies that provides the public with data about the state and its component geographic areas. The SDC program is a cooperative effort between the U.S. Bureau of the Census... (Learn more)
Format: website
Provided by: North Carolina State Data Center
Worldmapper - The world as you have never seen it before
This large collection of maps uses equal area cartograms with each map being resized according to its variable, giving a totally different world view. (Learn more)
Format: website/general
Provided by: The University of Sheffield