HISTORY FAIR BROCHURE
LIBRARY ONLINE RESOURCES
MARYLAND HISTORY DAY
History Fair Brochure History Fair resources and flowchart in a printable pdf brochure.
Steps for researching your History Fair project Flowchart to outline your history fair project step-by-step.
What is a primary vs secondary source? Video explanation from the Minnesota Historical Society.
Evaluating sources Text explanation for evaluating sources from St. Louis Community College.
AP Archive on YouTube AP Archive is the film and video archive of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is a non-profit, American news agency.
Best of History Sites
Award-winning portal that contains annotated links to over 1200 history web sites.”
Calvert County Historical Society  The Calvert County Historical Society houses collections that include valuable records, documents, genealogies, wills, Bibles, publications and oral/video histories.
Calvert County History Digital Library In this  digital library you will find actual digitized reproductions and resources that celebrate Calvert County’s broad history.
Digital Maryland Primary sources for Maryland focused topics.
Digital Public Library of America Primary source collections exploring topics in history, literature, and culture developed by educators — complete with teaching guides for class use.
Digital History U.S. history resources from the University of Houston.
Library of Congress Primary source photos, newspapers, catalog holdings, and more!
Library Databases African-American History Online
Ancestry Library Edition (available inside the library only)
Gale OneFile: US and World History
HeritageQuest
Indigenous Maryland
Newspaper Archives and more!
Maryland History Day Tips on getting started, theme, sample topics, research, and creating an entry.
Maryland State Archives Primary sources for MD history.
National Archives Docs Teach Primary source documents for U.S. History.
National History Day Get inspiration for your history fair project from the sample topic list.
Southern Maryland Studies Center The Archives houses hundreds of unique collections consisting of personal papers, records of local businesses and organizations, manuscript material, photographic material, rare books, maps, architectural drawings, oral history interviews, and other audiovisual material dating from the 18th century to the present.
U.S. History Web Sites: Sites recommended by Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore.