Welcome to The History Tree

It is a wonderful experience to create something. With The History Tree students create and display their understanding of historical events.

Our workbook Thirty History Projects shows young adults how to make "3D" history models and the coding course at this site, offers training on Internet programming. Students of all ages are provided with the tools to create history models based upon research.

Please take some time to walk through our site. We encourage you to read the articles, take the challenges, enjoy the images, and consider the possibilities for logic, organization, design, creativity, and knowledge.

Hot off the Guttenberg Printing Press... The History Tree workshops will be held this July in sunny South Florida just a mile from the beach. Click for more details.

Historical period of the day

Institutional Slavery - 8,000 BCE

Based on what we know of human behavior, it is likely that the early cave people took slaves. One can imagine a tribe or a family attacking another group for territory. The victorious party would then have an opportunity to enslave captives. We know that throughout history, captured people have been used as slaves. The adoption of wide scale agriculture greatly increased the need for labor, and therefore, resulted in the beginning of slavery as an institution...

Read more about Institutional Slavery


Java Training Program

Some English history with a bit of Java.

This training program was developed for students with little experience as software engineers and will give you many opportunities to practice the procedures required to become familiar with the Java programming language. 

Go to the Java Training Program