A professor of History at UC-Davis, Roland Marchand has placed online an excellent collection of primary source teaching materials for use in both secondary school and university classrooms. This site is hosted by the History Project, which is in turn part of the California History-Social Science Project (CHSSP), a collaborative network of teachers, from kindergartens to the universities, "with the shared goal of promoting excellence in the teaching and learning of history-social science." At Marchand's site, visitors will find a collection of primary documents and lesson plans aimed at university, high school, and middle school students. In the slide archive, Marchand has gathered hundreds of images scanned from his extensive collection. These are organized by major category and subcategory (e.g., Immigration>Japanese) and are presented as thumbnails which link to an annotated, full-sized image. In all, a nice collection of resources for American history teachers and students at any level.