A look at how native Americans worked with the land.
We Shall Remain: History of Native Americans
This is a series of videos on Native Americans. Very well done. Students should have a word list and map to help them follow the video better. Click on the images at the bottom of the video to move to the next content area. 1:13:00
History of Valentine's Day
In this nearly four minute video students learn the history of Valentine's Day. Learn about St. Valentine, cupid, and why the holiday is celebrated on February 14th.
History of St. Patrick's Day
Learn the history of St. Patrick's Day in this short video.
Presidential Inaugurations Throughout US History
Production of Mojo.com on Presidential inaugurations throughout US history. It includes trivia including that until the passage of the 20th amendment Presidents were not sworn in until March when the weather was better. Exceptions to the 20th amendment have come due to the deaths of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy as well as the resignation of Richard M. Nixon. (2:57)
Art In History "Discovery Through Creativity"
Introductory Video showing the 'Art In History' program for classroom teachers.
The History of Gargoyles
MEET ME AT THE CORNER, Virtual Field Trips for Kids travels to Salvadori Center for Architecture in New York City. Our young host leans learn about the history of gargoyles in architecture.
Sedona Native American Culture and History
This Sedona video is an excerpt of The Natural Wonders of Sedona's timeless beauty. This portion of the video is about the Native American History of Sedona.
The History of World War One 1914-1918
The History of World War One 1914-1918. This is a very short video that goes over the major events about the war. Real footage provides insights into the conditions. Good for students about the study this time period.
The History of Colonial America 1497-1763
This video uses maps to track the history of Colonial America from 1497-1763. (The video moves very quickly. You will need to use the pause button to allow the viewer to digest the information.)
History of Hieroglyphics
A short stop motion animation about hieroglyphics. The background music is the "Temple of the Black Pharaoh" by Nox Arcana.
Incas: A History
A good video that explains the Inca culture, history, and demise. A map, word list, and timeline would benefit students when watching this excellent overview.
Kwanzaa is a holiday to celebrate African-American cultural heritage. In this video learn how this holiday got started and the customs and traditions of Kwanzaa.
The History of Earth Day
A brief look at the history of Earth Day and what it really means to humans on earth.
Early History of Wikipedia, Part 1 of 2
A personal account of how Wikipedia got started, by Larry Sanger, co-founder of the Wikipedia. Essentially just a narrated slideshow. The audience was business school students, but it should be accessible to older teens. Run time 06:49
The early history of Wikipedia, Part 2 of 2
Second part of a personal account of how Wikipedia got started, by Larry Sanger, co-founder of the Wikipedia. Essentially just a narrated slideshow. The audience was business school students, but it should be accessible to older teens.
History of Psychology-In Plain English
An amateur video that shows several key people who developed the field of psychology. Some of the examples are very good and easy to understand. (The narrator does not like Freud!)
History of Hollywood: Part of a Series
This is the first part of 11 in a series that traces this history of Hollywood and the film industry. Uses orginial footage. Excellent for film appreciation classes and sociology lessons.
The history of Modern Dance
This video tells about the background and history of Modern Dance which has its roots in rebellion. It is always changing and evolving. It shows many great dance instructors and professors talking about the influence of Modern Dance on the Art form of Dance. (4:15)
Native American History and Andrew Jackson
This program examines how industrialization, immigration, expansion of slavery, and western movement changed the lives of Americans under the presidency of Andrew Jackson. This is a 15 minute video. Good explanations.