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 Find out more about the leaders, visionaries, and pioneers who helped shape our world. 

Select Jump Back in Time on the Library of Congress' site to explore eras of US History and to learn about important events from the Revolutionary War through modern times.

How did the American Revolution begin? How did it end? Learn this and more on this American Revolution timeline from the Library of Congress.

Explore ancient civilizations through infographics, maps, videos, and more.

Explore what makes ancient Egypt stand out as one of history's greatest civilizations, from its powerful pharaohs to its many inventions. (If you're at home, you'll need your school's INFOhio username/password. If you don't know it, find it on INFOhio's Get Password page.)

Discover more about the politics, religion, warfare, and culture that defined the Greek civilization.

The earliest civilizations were all in river valleys. Watch this 11-minute video to discover why these civilizations were very important.

World history in ancient times. Learn about Ancient Greece and Egypt, the Roman Empire, and the Americas.

Learn about Unites States History through Ben. The inspiration for the Ben character comes from Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), who, like Thomas Jefferson and George Washington, was one of the most important individuals in early colonial and United States history.

Learn more about artists, authors, scientists and more in the collection of notable people websites.

Do you need info about an astronaut, famous athlete, inventor, or author? Learn about famous people from America and around the world.

Visit Colonial Williamsburg, tour the town, and read about Colonial America!

Countdown the top eight reasons for the fall of Rome with this article from The History Channel. 

Want to learn about ancient civilizations? Choose a category to begin!

Choose an image and learn about people and places in history!

Learn the basics about WWI from the complicated beginning to the final peace treaty.

See what other kids and their parents have discovered about places around the world.

Browse interviews with women scientists and leaders at NASA. Learn about their work and the future of space exploration. 

Browse the maps, explore interactive tours, and discover the world!

Do you want to learn about the U.S. expanding to the West? Learn how westward expansion became the focus of a young nation's dreams.