Welcome


Welcome to History Not Told, curated by Carolyn Edwards, PhD, a website providing U.S. history resources to students, academics, teachers, and the curious about history not told, told incompletely, or told incorrectly. Provided resources are considered credible and apolitical although all history can be political when told from a singular perspective. This site offers a variety of perspectives through diverse viewpoints. Content is provided for informational purposes and copyright protected. Content may be shared with appropriate citations of the sources. This website is not an endorsement of any source of information or responsible for the information provided by third party sources. Tax deductible donations to support this website can be made by clicking on the donation button.

Website Guide

- Home page features Carolyn Edwards, PhD's daily History Not Told Facebook page, newsletter, blog, and featured videos. Your Voice feedback requires sign up by clicking on the person icon in the top tab section on the right.

- Resources by Type links third party print, audio, video, and primary resources, and information on historians, historical organization, and historian careers. 

- Resources by Subject  provides third party resources by subject matter including gender, ethnicity, religion, time period, leadership status, economics, and general history.  

- The About page  explains this website's objective and provides a contact form for feedback.  

This website is a perpetual work in progress and information may be added, changed, or deleted at any time at the discretion of the curator.  

Daily History Not Told Facebook Page

The importance of this novel being rediscovered is that if this novel is in fact written by Hannah Bond, a fugitive slav...

"IBM would supply the means to any solution the Nazis needed, including the Final Solution."

"Working with FDA officials, they introduced a new tamper-proof packaging, which included foil seals and other features...

"At 78, when arthritis rendered her unable to embroider, friends suggested she try painting these scenes instead."

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Enslaved African American Women

Chinese Prostitutes in 19th Century California

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Democracy and the Vital Center

Our Future Depends On You

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