Use the resources on this page, along with books, to help you with the Amendment projects assigned by Mr. Demarest.
Websites & databases
- About.com is a good general reference center for background on your amendment.
- EBSCO DATA BASE. You can select History Reference Center and MAS Ultra or other centers and perform your search in there.
"This site explores some of the great issues and controversies that surround our Nation's founding document." Make sure to "test your knowledge of trivia relating to the Constitution" with Constitutional Trivia and Bill of Rights Golf.
- National Archives site. Charters of Freedom portion of the site contains many primary documents in the history of the United States.
- National Constitutional Center site may provide some valuable information. At this site you can learn all about the United States Constitution and what it means. You can also find out about other documents that have been important in U.S. history.
Electronic sources that cite as a book.
- ·Salem History Milestone Documents in American History Bill of Rights: Document Analysis. Each Amendment is analyzed to provide background information to help with the research.