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  1. A History of World Societies, Volume C: From 1775 to Present by John P. McKay, Bennett D. Hill, et all 2008-10-10
  2. The Colonial Craftsman (Anson G. Phelps Lectureship on Early American History.) by Carl Bridenbaugh, 1990-11-01
  3. World's Best Histories - Volume 7; France by M. Guizot, 2010-03-07
  4. Human Drama: World History: From 500 to 1450 C.E. (v. 2) by Jean Johnson, Donald James Johnson, 2005-07
  5. World History in Brief: Major Patterns of Change and Continuity, Combined Volume (7th Edition) by Peter N. Stearns, 2009-10-09
  6. The World: A Brief History : To 1500 by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, 2007-11-04
  7. World History, Volume II: Since 1500 by William J. Duiker, Jackson J. Spielvogel, 2006-01-03
  8. Experiencing World History by Paul Adams, Erick Langer, et all 2000-08-01
  9. Cracking the AP World History Exam, 2008 Edition (College Test Preparation) by Princeton Review, 2007-12-31
  10. Comrades: Communism: A World History by Robert Service, 2008-05-30
  11. The World's History, The, Combined Volume (3rd Edition) by Howard Spodek, 2005-02-13
  12. The World History Workbook, Volume 1: The Ancient World to 1500 by David Hertzel, 2009-03-16
  13. The Essential World History, Volume II by William J. Duiker, Jackson J. Spielvogel, 2010-02-19
  14. Japan in World History (New Oxford World History) by James L. Huffman, 2010-02-04

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2. World History: General, Reference Books
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Reference Books The DISCOVERY of the NILE The Cromwellian Gazetteer
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Civil War [English] and Commonwealth
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The Wall Chart of World History: From Earliest Times to the Present History The DISCOVERY of the NILE The DISCOVERY of the NILE
By Gianni Guadalupi
ISBN: 1-55670-600-6
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 97-10738
Printed in Italy.
The DISCOVERY of the NILE (from the dust-jacket end-flaps) For millennia, the Nile was the world's most intriguing geographic enigma. Where on earth might lie the source of such a powerful river, From which mountains might drain such an immense quantity of water? And how many Niles were there? Roman legionnaires, Portuguese Jesuits, Scots, and Frenchmen all tried in vain to reveal the great river's secret; all were defeated by impassable swamps or diverted along dead-end branches. It was not until the mid-nineteenth century - almost 400 years after the discovery of America - that the mystery was resolved, thanks to the efforts of the British explorers Sir Richard Burton, John Hanning Speke, James Augustus Grant, and Samuel White Baker. The Discovery of the Nile tells their stories and those of all the other adventurers who tackled the secret of the source. It also recounts the gradual exploration of the course of the river and its tributaries, from the ancient Egyptians to the Napoleonic conquest, from the British expedition to Abyssinia to the Egyptian invasion of Sudan, from the slave and ivory trades to the epic death of General Charles George Gordon at Khartoum, from the stories of the stranded white men "rescued" by Henry Morton Stanley after a march of thousands of miles across the Congo, to the re-conquest of the Sudan by the British.

3. World History In General
These links are general or comprehensive in nature. For more specific links, check the separate subject listings.
World History in General These links are general or comprehensive in nature. For more specific links, check the separate subject listings. How Did We Get the Alphabet?
Trace the alphabet of today way back to the first writings and the first alphabet. The History Channel
One of THE best history resources ANYWHERE. Check out Today in History. Read about pop culture around the world. All aspects of history are covered in this amazing site! A Force More Powerful: A Century of Nonviolent Conflict
War isn't always the answer, as this incredibly detailed website illustrates. Stories from all around the world show people working for change through nonviolence. Famous examples include Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. Reaching Out: The Evolution of Communication
From cave paintings to wireless technology, this site has it all. See how people have communicated with each other since communication began. The Horse in Human History
Horses are not native to North America or South America. Find out where they came from.

4. World History In Five Epochs
Book by William McGaughey about world history as emerging in five civilizations. Provides some brief descriptions and timelines, relating four of them to changes in communication technologies. Presenting a New Theory of World History The story of human society told in terms of five civilizations linked to communication technologies and changing structures of society. Four are fully developed. The fifth - computer-based communication - appears now on the horizon. This coincides with the creation of a global culture. Explore WORLD HISTORY through this Gateway CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THESE TOPICS
What are the five civilizations?
about communication technologies about religion ... about entertainment CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THESE TOPICS historical prediction statements of this theory diagram to show social mitosis CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT: Translate home page into: Spanish French Portuguese German ... links to other websites using history to predict the future What People are Visiting on this Website What is Original in this World History This web site is based on concepts in a book, Five Epochs of Civilization by William McGaughey full text of Five Epochs of Civilization $18.95 in softcover, 503 pages, plus index and illustrations

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6. General Resources - Home Study, Junior, Primary, World History, General Resource
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7. History Of The World
Offers an essay giving an overview of world history. Created by history teacher Jeff Coons.
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History of the World
This is my attempt to put up a decent essay on world history with some of my favorite history links. My name is Jeff Coons and I am a history teacher in Perryburg, Ohio. History of the World Homo sapiens first arose on the Earth between 400 and 250 thousand years ago during the Paleolithic period. This occurred after a long period of evolution. Ancestors of humans had been using simple tools for many millennia, but as time progressed tools became far more refined and complex. At some point humans had begun using fire for heat and for cooking. Humans also developed language sometime during the Paleolithic. During this period all humans lived as hunter-gatherers who were generally nomadic.
A major change occurred around 8,500 BC in the Fertile Crescent area of the Middle East when humans adopted agriculture. Soon after it was developed independently or spread to China, Egypt, and the Indus Valley. Several millennia later agriculture developed in Africa and in the Americas. Some areas such as Australia did not use agriculture until relatively modern times, although in some areas of Australia, fish-based farming was practiced by the aboriginal population which is thought to have arrived 50,000 years before the present.

8. AP World History General Vocabulary
Vocab used in throughout AP World History class in 2007. Save Count represents the number of people who have saved this card set to their flashcard list.

9. World History General Education Page
1. The abiltity to engage in and lead rational, civil discussion. 2. The ability to interrelate concepts from diverse fields and cultures and rationally integrate them into a
1. The abiltity to engage in and lead rational, civil discussion.
2. The ability to interrelate concepts from diverse fields and cultures and rationally integrate them into a unified meaningful whole.
3. The ability to assimilate information by applying critical thinking strategies in order to draw reasoned conclusions.
4. The ability to make judgments about the value of ideas and recognize possible biases that might influence those judgments.
5. The ability to express correctly thoughts in words and symbols, using means of communication with clarity, directness, and simplicity.

10. Ian's World Of History
Database of essays and entries on different periods of history.

11. World History
World History (General) A Brief History of Fashion An introduction to Western clothing, from the Greeks to the Victorians. Scroll down the page to the Page catalog for links to
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A Brief History of Fashion
An introduction to Western clothing, from the Greeks to the Victorians. Scroll down the page to the Page catalog for links to the pages that show fashions from various eras.
EyeWitness - History Through The Eyes Of Those Who Lived It
This site uses personal narratives and first-hand accounts to bring history to life.
Topics in history, written for middle school students by experienced university professors.
Mr. Dowling's Electronic Passport
One teacher's guide to world history and geography.
National Geographic Index
Search the index for articles from 1888 to the present, then find the magazine in the library. A collection of links to history resources for history lovers.
Wonders of the World
Photos and brief text on Forgotten Wonders, Modern Wonders, and Natural Wonders of the world..
History Timelines
WebChron: Web Chronology Project
A series of hyperlinked chronologies and historical articles prepared by faculty and students at North Park University
Timelines of History
Search on a day or a year to find out what happened when in history.

12. Gaffaweb - Kate Bush - DREAMING - A. The Albums - The Sensual World - History/Ge
* * DREAMING * * A 'Best of' LoveHounds Collection The Sensual World History/General News Pt. 2. Back to The Sensual World album page. From henrik@eddie.MIT.EDU (Larry DeLuca @ The Bandykin
* * DREAMING * *
A 'Best of' Love-Hounds Collection
The Sensual World
History/General News
Pt. 2
Back to The Sensual World album page From: henrik@eddie.MIT.EDU (Larry DeLuca @ The Bandykin Server)
Date: 23 Sep 89 16:14:38 GMT
Subject: How long do you think we can stick it out? Summary: How long do you think until it's out, WOMAN!!!!! Miss Kate Bush sits somewhere in the sensual world tonight, most likely on holiday, most definately not trying to think about the album that she's just foisted on an unsuspecting world. There are those of us who, as the minutes pass, can't stop pondering what it's going to do to the UK, Eire, the US, Pago-Pago, and every other stretch of land with a record shop. While not as cohesive as "Hounds of Love", "The Sensual World" drips its sticky goo of tension & release all over us, impossible to remove. Her voice reaches up into the high registers while fluid bass slithers inbetween your legs like a tiny fish in the shallow part of the beach. Larry Speaking: 2 Listens and an amazingly huge number of continuous multiple orgasms later, This Woman's Work is as fabulous as any and all of the others to date - in a word, STAGGERING.

13. World History
HyperHistory Online navigates through 3 000 years of World History with links to important persons of world historical importance; civilization timelines; events and facts; and historical maps.
This page shows a sample of the synchronoptic World History Chart and links to the award-winning HyperHistory Online ( including a history of the crisis in 2008 The World History Chart - a companion to HyperHistory Online - contributes to a better understanding of the historical forces that shape today's global affairs - from the Middle East to China, India, Afghanistan, Europe and America Order the latest edition of the best-selling History Chart now as long as stock lasts! Many famous people have used the world history chart enthusiastically. The popular Chart, displayed in many Luxury Hotels
around the world, is also a perfect birthday gift - verify some testimonials World History Book and Wall Chart The World History Chart begins with David and Solomon and ends 3,000 years later with Einstein, Picasso, Roosevelt and Churchill. In between, in divisions of ten years, the major events, empires and invasions, inventions and achievements, rulers and leaders, writers, philosophers and scientists of world history can be reviewed at a single glance ! This entertaining Chart is a good educational item for every home, library or school.

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15. Atlas Of The Medieval World. - Free Online Library
Free Online Library Atlas of the Medieval World.(HISTORY (GENERAL), Brief Article, Book Review) by Reference Research Book News ; Publishing industry Library and information of the Medieval World.(HISTORY (GENERAL))(Br
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Atlas of the Medieval World.
Atlas of the medieval world. ( reprint reprint An individually bound copy of an article in a journal or science communication
Title main entry. Ed. by Rosamond McKitterick Rosamond McKitterick is one of Britain's foremost medieval historians, Professor of Medieval History in the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.
Oxford U. Press, [c]2004
303 p.
McKitterick (early medieval history, Cambridge U., UK), who authored many of the entries in addition to editing the atlas, provides a broad view of the Middle Ages that eschews an exclusive focus on political developments and the western Christian arena to write instead on commerce, city planning city planning, process of planning for the improvement of urban centers in order to provide healthy and safe living conditions, efficient transport and communication, adequate public facilities, and aesthetic surroundings.

Seller of poster wall map of world history. Close-up image of chart and online store for purchasing.
THE WORLD HISTORY CHART A Chronology of World History According to R.H. Carling. The World History Chart includes name and events from documented history, archaeology, theology and mythology dating from 4000 B.C. Visualize nearly 6,000 years of world history as it appears before your eyes. Follow world events from the rise of the first civilization of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia around 4,000 B.C., to the year 2000. The perfect gift, the Eighth Edition of The World History Chart is an exceptional educational reference for students of all ages. It's also a colorful wall decoration for the home, classroom or office, providing endless topics for discussion. OPTIONS NON-Laminated $34.95 Laminated $54.95 INSTRUCTIONS for reading the chart 1. The World History Chart by International Timeline, Inc., is designed to provide a concise comparative reference source of the World's civilizations, historical characters and events. Assembled around the traditional 6,000 year time frame (4000 BC to 2000 AD), the information contained on the chart encompasses data from four key areas of historical research: documented history, archaeology, theology and mythology. 2. The chart is arranged in linear format. This arrangement enables the observer to locate a particular historical event or figure by reading horizontally across the chart. Then by reading vertically up or down within the same period, a comparison of contemporary civilizations, events and figures can easily be made.

17. World History General Information
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18. Pages Tagged As ' Historical' At The Lincoln City Libraries
World History / General Resources. adflip (archive of advertisements) Age of Exploration Online Curriculum Guide; Ancient Egypt (from the British Museum)

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History Reference e-Books
August 02, 2010 by pjorgensen
This collection of History Reference e-Books includes online versions of the following:
  • American Decades Ancient Europe, 8000 B.C. to A.D. 1000: Encyclopedia of the Barbarian World Europe, 1450 to 1789: Encyclopedia of the Early Modern World

19. World History Blog
Features different aspects of world history. Sites dealing with any historical issue or topic are possible future posts. Also includes sites which discuss teaching history.
World History Blog
Blog of Dr. Miland Brown that features different aspects of world history. Not everything can be covered but sites dealing with any historical issue or topic are possible future posts. Also includes sites which discuss teaching history. Dr. Brown is an academic in North America.
Saturday, November 13, 2010
European Discovery and the Colonisation of Australia
The European Discovery and the Colonisation of Australia is a nice essay on the beginning of European history in Australia. The site was created and is maintained by the Australian government.
From the site:
The first records of European mariners sailing into 'Australian' waters occurs around 1606, and includes their observations of the land known as Terra Australis Incognita (unknown southern land). The first ship and crew to chart the Australian coast and meet with Aboriginal people was the Duyfken captained by Dutchman, Willem Janszoon.
Between 1606 and 1770, an estimated 54 European ships from a range of nations made contact. Many of these were merchant ships from the Dutch East Indies Company and included the ships of Abel Tasman . Tasman charted parts of the north, west and south coasts of Australia which was then known as

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