First People

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First People is a child friendly site about Native Americans and members of the First Nations. 1400+ legends, 400+ agreements and treaties, 10,000+ pictures, clipart, Native American Books, Posters, Seed Bead Earrings, Native American Jewelry, Possible Bags and more.

  • This site has been tested successfully using IE6, IE7, IE8, Netscape 7, Mozilla 1.4, Firefox, Chrome, & Opera v12.14 for Mac OSX. (Thank you Rochelle for the Mac info.)
  • Best viewed with the monitor turned on.
  • Site made using 100% recycled web space.
  • This site may contain nuts.

Unsplash

https://unsplash.com/tea

Open Clip Art

Sofa scene by anarreshttps://openclipart.org/

Unrestricted

http://unrestrictedstock.com/

Screen Cast Tool

https://www.screenr.com/

(Haven’t used yet)

WP Clipart

Troll becoming a mountainhttp://www.wpclipart.com/browse.html

CLKER Clip Art

Rana02 Clip Arthttp://www.clker.com/

The Graphics Fairy

Tropical Leaves Printablehttp://thegraphicsfairy.com/

Clip Art Hut

Popcorn Border Clip Art Cliparthttp://www.cliparthut.com/movie-theatre-clipart.html

Freedom Summer Digital Collection

Freedom-Summer-Collage-360About the Freedom Summer Digital Collection

The Wisconsin Historical Society has one of the richest collections of Civil Rights movement records in the nation, which includes more than 100 manuscript collections documenting the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project of 1964.

More than 25,000 pages from the Freedom Summer manuscripts — enough to fill several file cabinets — are available online. In them you will find official records of organizations such as the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and  Congress of Racial Equality (CORE); the personal papers of movement leaders and activists such as Amzie Moore, Mary King and Howard Zinn, letters and diaries of northern college students who went South to volunteer for the summer; newsletters produced in Freedom Schools; racist propaganda, newspaper clippings, pamphlets and brochures, magazine articles, telephone call logs, candid snapshots, internal memos, press releases and much more. The digital collection will continue to grow as more manuscripts are added in coming months.

We encourage students, teachers, writers, historians, and other researchers to use these materials in any 2014 programs marking the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Freedom Summer Project. Feel free to copy them for classroom activities, term papers, displays or exhibits, dramatic presentations, and other non-profit educational purposes.

http://content.wisconsinhistory.org/cdm/landingpage/collection/p15932coll2