American History Links
The Library of Congress on the Internet. Database includes: Daily measures considered on the House floor, search text of Bills, Public Laws by Number, Committee information and more. Updated daily.
American Civil War / Pennsylvania and Virginia
A hypertext history with images. Includes archive of sources.
Primary source and archival material. More than 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical collections!! Sections on Walt Whitman, great! Rural life, war mobilization (1938-1944), early motion pictures and folklore. The section on the American Civil War with timeline is particularly useful.
Complete history of the American Revolution. Covers events leading up to the war, battles, founding fathers, patriots, generals, (American and British), statistics and anecdotes.
Library of Congress site that provides access to primary sources on amazing Americans, events in history and state capitals. Benjamin Franklin (www.pbs.org/benfranklin) Explore the life of an extraordinary man! A multimedia biographical presentation with good hypertext and images. Wonderful stories and famous quotes.
Extensive site that includes Columbus's voyages, writings, timelines and myths.
Decades in 20th Century America
Provides annotated list of print and on-line resources for each decade. Updated regularly.
Great American Speeches
A wealth of hard to find information here!!! Great political orations from 1895-present. (Some audio and video). American History quizzes, trivia and more...
Historical Texts Archives
Primary sources specifically for U.S. History.
Jump Back in Time
This site takes you back in time in American history, 1492-present.
It Seems Like Yesterday, Social Life and Customs
Based on PBS documentary of same name, explores the post World War II population explosion in North America.
See original historical documents.
The Constitution of the United States
A hypertext Constitution with links between the amendments.
Very useful. U.S. Historical Documents
Key documents, from the Declaration of Independence to World War II.
U.S. Supreme Court
Biographies, opinions and more.
History of Vietnam
Early dynasties, Vietnam War, and post war economic modernization.
The History Network
Comprehensive site on everything historical. From the Wild West, Vietnam, World War II, Military History, African History, Womens History, Ancient/Classical History. Do not miss this site!
The Valley of the Shadow-American Civil War
Explore microcosms of Antebellum life. Beautiful pictures...
Women's History Links
Women in World History
Great interactive site full of information. Women rulers, female heroes. Distinguishing women of past and present.
Womens Legal History
Texts on aspirations and accomplishments of pioneer women attorneys in U.S.
Women's Human Rights Resources
Case law and legislation with links to full texts, U.N. and N.G.O. reports, women in Afghanistan, feminist theory, and alot more...
Womens History Project
Celebrate womens diverse and historic accomplishments.
National Womens History Museum
Famous quotes, American suffrage highlighted, Sally Ride, Mother Theresa. Learn about past, present, and future efforts of women all over the world.
The Schlesinger Library
Highlights women in United States history. An extensive collection of letters, diaries, oral histories, primarily 19th and 20th Century.
First Ladies, military women, reform movements, famous women scientists, African- American women, rulers/Queens, women writers, women travelers, women in sports are all discussed. A special section is devoted to Emily Dickenson and the journeys of Celia Fiennes.
World History Links
Historical and archeological data, excavation diaries, and archive reports. Much improved from years past.
Wonderful website of the Egyptian Museumin Cairo. Highlighting images of jewelry, sculpture, mummies, and written documents of ancient Egypt from the museums immense collection.
Global History Consortium
The Virtual Research Institute represents all geographical regions except Europe. Also resources in American History, 1500-1880.
Historical Journals On Line
Links to almost all journals with a WEB presence.
Slick interface to timelines and maps, students find this site especially useful. Recommended by the History Channel. Over 2,000 files covering 3,000 years of World History.
The Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology
This web page is from the University of Memphis. Included are a color tour of Egypt and a fascinating exhibit of artifacts. Highly recommended.
Israel, The New Jerusalem Mosaic
A rainbow of graphics. Abeautiful array of costumes, pictures of people and food. Also discusses the history of Jerusalem.
Louvre Department of Egyptian Archives
Egyptian treasures, Greco-Roman treasures of the Louvre.
Site of German museum whose goals are to maintain and popularize the cultural heritage of the Neanderthal. English version available.
An amazing evolving digital library of resources for the study of the ancient world and beyond. Brand new catalog of Ancieint Art from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
The Tech Classics Archive
440+ works of classical literature. Mainly Greco-Roman all in English translations. Search by work and author.
The history of Ancient Rome with a chronological index and links to Internet resources. Emphasis is placed on women in ancient times.
The Webs Premier source of Volcano information.
World History on Line
World history timelines, famous Women in World History, Top Ten Lists, Genealogy database, Vital Records, Maryland Database includes Maryland Revolutionary War Records, Maryland Soldiers in the Civil War. Worlds Largest Genealogy Database.
Womens Life in Greece and Rome
Finally, a WEB page all about WOMEN in Ancient Greece and Rome! Primary sources arranged topically. Materials for the study ofwomen and gender in the Ancient World.