Does anyone have recommendations for a stellar high school homeschool history curriculum (preferably literature-based)?
What I really enjoyed about learning history as a homeschooler is that there are so many materials out there, aside from the basic curriculum. In general, we followed a basic framework, and then I would select other biographies, primary sources, etc. that matched my interests. One really interesting curriculum framework is the Big History Project (https://school.bighistoryproject.com/bhplive), which has TONS of resources and multimedia tools. For US history in particular, I warmly recommend Joy Hakim’s A History of US; in addition to an extensive amount of information, it also includes important historical documents and interesting historical anecdotes.
I haven’t tried it yet, but I’m seriously considering Beautiful Feet. Here’s a review: https://www.annieandeverything.com/modern-history-curriculum/