- American Revolution: Burgoyne surrenders at Saratoga. IMAGE. Encyclopædia Britannica. Web. 5 Jan. 2014. <http://media2.school.eb.com/eb-media/47/84847-004-61F9FFA3.jpg>.
NC Wise Owl: Elementary Zone
This is an excellent resource for elementary reference material. It includes links to the following sites:
The American Revolution.org
This site has information on battles, commanders, people, documents and events. Designed for use by students.
Our American Revolution
From the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, this site has a timeline and information about events, important people, and life during the war years.
Kid Info: The American Revolution
Links to tons of information about the war--people, places, battles, causes and more. Also includes links to info about African Americans & Native Americans' role in the war.
Liberty! The American Revolution
This website highlights the PBS series with newspaper articles, essays, and biographies of influential people from the war.
Revolutionary War at Mrs. Miller's Virtual School
Links to more websites--good resource for finding links to biographies.
The History Place—American Revolution
Here you can find an excellent timeline of the events leading up to the war and events during the war.
America’s Story from America’s Library
At this Library of Congress site, you can search for historical information (not just the Revolutionary War).
This site has brief entries for causes of war, battles, first hand battle accounts, biographies, and teacher guide.
Here you can find information about people, events and timeline about the Declaration of Independence.
Voices of the American Revolution
Learn about people, actions, and documents from this ThinkQuest site.
Archiving Early America: Historic Documents from 18th Century America
The main focus is primary source material displayed digitally. A unique array of original newspapers, maps, and writings come to life on your screen just as they appeared to our forebearers more than 200 years ago. There is information about the documents as well.
Social Studies for Kids: Revolutionary War Time Line
This source has a timeline of events and links to more information.
Smithsonian Military History
Students can use this online collection search to explore hundreds of artifacts related to America's military history.
A subject directory designed by librarians, Kids Click! Contains over 600 subjects with links to thousands of websites.
Internet Public Library
A subject directory with "information you can trust." Sponsored by universities--with links to reliable websites.
Ask for Kids
Ask for Kids is a fast, easy and kid-friendly way to search online. Just ask a question the same way you would ask a parent, friend or teacher.
Info on many different topics—history, math, science, sports, geography, people. Also includes
an atlas, timelines, almanac, dictionary, encyclopedia