Thomas Paine "These are the times that try men's souls." Another site from ushistory.org.
The Declaration of Independence: A History This site from the National Archives and Records Administration outlines the history of the Declaration from 1776 to the present. The lengthy text description discusses in depth the beginnings of the declaration and later tells the story of its travels to various parts of the country. The site also includes a date and location list for the numerous sites the declaration has visited. The long narrative is well written. The site also includes a bibliography, numerous declaration facts, and a list of the broadside locations.
The Written Style of the Declaration of Independence This unique page offers an analytical look at the use of the English language in the declaration. This lengthy scholarly piece gives a great look at the power and the meaning of the language used in the declaration. The author sums up his piece by calling the Declaration of Independence "perhaps the most masterfully written state paper of Western civilization." A good read for students and especially English teachers.
Declaration Song The 'Declaration Sing-Along,' a short version of 'The Declaration of Independence Song,' is a free download to help students learn and recite the key words of the Declaration of Independence.