Collections of Historical Journals, Cemetery Records, Country Schools, Manuscripts, Military Records, photo resources, and SD History. Resources for teachers of 4th Grade history classes. Includes complete lesson kits and SD history trivia.
The mission is the preservation of SD agricultural history and the importance
of agriculture in everyday life. Online Classroom Resources include aid to
educators in the pursuit of historical inquiry including online archives,
research tools, and lesson plans. It also includes an ag-related blog.
The site is
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free to use. The Digital Collection portion has
lesson plans for teachers using primary sources
of historical information. There is a helpful
blog: Teaching with the Library of Congress.
Cyndi's List of Genealogy
Sites on the Internet is a
categorized and cross-
referenced list of links
for genealogical research. The site contains roughly
332,000 links in more than 200 categories. Cyndi's List
supplements operating expenses with affiliate
This link will take you a listing of 18 important free websites
for genealogy research.
The USGenWeb Project ® was established in 1996 by a group of genealogists who shared a desire to create free online resources for genealogical research. Today you may find a variety of unique county and state resources including photos, maps, transcriptions, historical documents, and helpful links.
The National Archives is the U.S. Government's collection of documents that records important events in American history. This agency preserves and maintains these materials and makes them available for research. You have access to census, military service, immigration, naturalization and land records.
Ellis Island has an online searchable database, created by the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island Foundation, of 22.5 million arrivals to New York between 1892 - 1924. Registration is required but free, and you can view scanned images of actual passenger manifests.
• Complete totes of learning activities for group presentations to elementary ages.• Best for elementary classrooms, library events, summer recreation programs, 4H clubs, etc.• Include artifacts, lesson plans, visuals, evaluation tools.• Topics: Toys, Pioneers. More coming soon.• Open to Deuel County residents. Contact a museum board member to borrow.
Click on the graphic to the right or the heading above and you will be redirected to the Deuel School District website page that is home to the pdf’s of the yearbooks for Clear Lake / Deuel School District from 1939 to 2018.