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Review resources created by the authors of your textbook! Follow links to flashcards for some of your terms, web links to topics in your chapters and more! (**Note - the 17th edition does not have a separate student companion site but the 15th is still very useful)

Information regarding College Admissions, SAT tests, AP Exams, and more!

This link takes you to the YouTube channel of the US History Crash Course videos. Useful for both AP and Honors US History throughout the year and in preparation for final exams and standardized tests.

An entire website with videos and worksheets by a New York based APUSH teacher - awesome resources to use both all year and during the final prep time in April and May.

This is a website created by another AP US History teacher that offers practice quizzes in several formats. These quizzes give you instant feedback if your answer is right or not. Some are fact recall quizzes (aka terms quizzes) and some are multiple choice. In all, there are over 1200 questions available to test your knowledge in various major topics in American History! Enjoy!

Showcases the special exhibits that are on display at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. While the exhibits themselves are physically on the other side of the country, a portion of each is also available online. 

Information about the National Archives in Washington, DC and its satellite offices throughout the US. It includes links to presidential libraries throughout the US. 

Information about America's main museum and the museums affiliated with it. Both History and Biology students will find information pertaining to their subject here. There are also online collections and information about visiting the museums. If you are ever in Washington, DC, I strongly recommend that you check out these museums. 
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