What’s a history lesson without a trivia quiz?

A history lesson.

Or at least a reminder that we’re not the only people on this planet that have been learning about things for a long time.

In fact, you can now learn about all sorts of history, from the first recorded use of a telescope to the first successful space flight.

History is everywhere.

And we can all use it.

Sources USA Today article How to get started with history lessons on Yahoo!

Answers History in America: An overview and links to resources for history teachers on Yahoo.

History in the United States: The history of the United State from the Revolutionary War to the Civil War.

History Today: The most popular history blog.

History: The History Channel’s guide to history, a popular history quiz show.

History Taught: History in 10 minutes, an interactive quiz show about learning about American history.

History Teacher Tips: The best resources for teaching history, including how to create lesson plans, curriculum, and more.

History History is History: A history quiz for kids on the History Channel, an ABC News program.

The History Teacher: A great history quiz and lesson plan for elementary and middle school teachers.

History of American History: An informative history lesson series from PBS and other PBS stations.

History at the Museum: A PBS History series that’s perfect for the home and classroom.

History World History: One of the oldest history books in print.

History on Wikipedia: An online encyclopedia of the history of science and technology.

History Video: A fascinating look at the history behind the history movies of the 1950s.

History TV Guide: A collection of history videos from PBS.

History Channel History Channel: The world’s leading history channel, with history news, features, documentaries, news specials, and other programming.

History X: History episodes of the History X series on History Channel.

History’s Most Famous: The full text of the original 17th century French dictionary.

History and Technology: A wide range of history resources including the History Museum of New York City, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Library of Medicine, the Library of Congress, and the National Museum of Science and Technology.

History Center: A free online history center at the Smithsonian, with a variety of topics and links.

History Commons: The largest collection of historical and cultural resources in the world.

History Club: A popular history podcast that highlights current events and the history they tell.

History Society: A resource for history lovers and history buffs.

History Tutor: An easy-to-use online history tutor that teaches you everything you need to know.

History.com: A huge, online, searchable collection of free online resources, including a large selection of free history resources from major universities and other institutions.

History Web: A site devoted to exploring and collecting the most fascinating historical documents.

History News: A massive online news collection covering topics such as the Civil Rights Movement, World War II, the Vietnam War, the AIDS crisis, the Great Depression, and many more.

News Source: A large, interactive news database for people of all ages, including children and the disabled.

News Biz: An encyclopedia of information on news and politics from around the world, including the World Wide Web, the New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and others.

Newsroom: A news site that lets you search news articles and discover more.

Popular Sites for History Teachers: A selection of the best history sites online.

Science History: History of science.

Scientific American: A weekly blog about science and the environment.

Scientific Reports: A science news site.

Science Education: A comprehensive collection of science news.

Science News: Science education, news, and social media sites for educators.

Science Magazine: A diverse collection of articles and blogs covering science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and math education.

Science Teacher: The authoritative source for science education and research, science content, and technology in schools.

Smithsonian Institution: The National Museum, a museum of science, culture, and history.

The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum: An air and space museum and a world heritage site.

Smithsonian History and Space Center: Smithsonian’s historic and museum space center, home to NASA’s space shuttle and other space-related artifacts.

Smithsonian National Museum Of African American History & Culture: An educational resource for African American history and culture.

Smithsonian Museum of African American Art: Smithsonian museums in African American communities and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Smithsonian Museums of African Americans: Smithsonian Museuses of African-American history and art.

Smithsonian African American Museum: Smithsonian African- American history museum.

Smithsonian Africana Center: The Smithsonian African Center, a site devoted in part to celebrating African American culture and history, as well as to supporting African American cultural programs.

Smithsonian Libraries: The collections of the Smithsonian Libraries, a leading collection of American history books, periodicals, and cultural materials.

Smithsonian Public Library: Smithsonian Public Libraries, the largest online collection of books, and public collections in the US, home of the Library System.

Smithsonian World