Time Line: Your time line could be made as a list or on a continuum that runs either horizontally or vertically. It should be annotated which means you don't just list dates; you tell something about each one. It also needs to be illustrated with pictures, maps, photos, etc. Here is an example of a list-type time line: Timeline for Polar Exploration.doc
Who's Who: Make this as an alphabetized list (alphabetized by last name), and give enough information about each person to help the reader identify him or her. It also needs to be illustrated with pictures, maps, photos, etc. Don't forget to alphabetize your entries. Here is an example of a who's who: Who's Who for Polar Exploration.doc
What's Where: This is also an alphabetized list, annotated with enough information on each to identify and place a happening or person from your book there, and to let the reader know exactly where it is.
You could also do this in map form. Don't forget to alphabetize your entries.
Glossary: Look in the backs of books for examples of glossaries. Don't forget to alphabetize your entries.