These sites are about the RMS Titanic that sank in 1912. Includes information on the building of the ship, the iceberg accident, and its 1985 discovery. There are photographs and biographies of the passengers and crew. Read newspaper articles that covered the disaster and personal accounts from survivors. Includes lesson plans, an interactive website, and a photograph of the iceberg believed to have sunk the Titanic. There is a link to an eThemes Resource on the decade of 1910-1919.
This site provides dozens of links to Titanic-related sites and information, including student sites, organizations, newspaper and magazine accounts of the tragedy, art and other media, museums, and more. NOTE: Browser must have Java enabled to view content.
On this interactive site, you can learn about the building of the Titanic, the disaster, and its aftermath. Click on one of the subtopics to begin your journey. NOTE: This site includes banner and other ads and links to social networking sites.
Students can read about this boat and its history. Scroll down to "Titanic Past and Present" to read about building the boat, why it sank, and what came from the disaster. The "Interesting Articles" section on the left links to more information.
Here are San Francisco newspaper articles about the Titanic and its passengers. Includes a personal account from Dr. Washington Dodge who survived the accident. NOTE: This site includes banner and other ads.
Read about life in America during the 1910s. View the fashions of this time. Read about the Tango and silent movies that were popular. Learn about WWI and see photographs and diaries from soldiers. Topics include inventions during the 1901s such as air conditioners and radio receivers. There is also information about women suffrage and the 1918 Influenza outbreak. eThemes Resources on the Titanic, Angel Island Immigration Station, and the Wright Brothers are linked.