History and Geography

"The Desicive day is come": The battle of Bunker Hill -- Comprehensive history of the Battle of Bunker Hill constructed by the Masssachusetts Historical Society
A Roma Journey -- Different formats for learning more about the Roman empire
Abraham Lincoln: A Resource Guide
Africa Action -- Timely information on Africa for policy makers, activists, and scholars
Africa South of the Sahara -- Selected Internet resources from Stanford University
Africafocus: sights and sounds of a continent -- Digitized images and sounds from the Africa Studies Program, U. of Wisconsin-Madison
African American Women Writers of the 19th Century
Alaska and Western Canada Collection -- Primary themes in this digital collection of 1,448 historic photographs, drawings, and postcards of places, people, or activities in Alaska, Yukon Territory, and British Columbia include 255 images of the gold rush of 1898-1900, mining, Inuit and Native Americans, fishing industry, transportation, and WWII installations.
AMDOCS -- Documents for the study of American history
America in the 1930s -- From the American Studies Dept., Univ. of Virginia
America Singing: Nineteenth-Century Song Sheets -- Lyrics to 4,291 19th century song sheets
American and British History Resources
American Civil War Homepage
American Cultural History: The Twentieth Century -- series of web guides on the decades of the twentieth century
American Folklife Center -- Features primary documents and original sound recordings
American Historical Association -- Professional association for historians
American History @ About.com
American Indian History and Culture
American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- This digital collection integrates over 2,300 photographs and 7,700 pages of text relating to the American Indians in two cultural areas of the Pacific Northwest, the Northwest Coast and Plateau.
American Memory -- Primary source materials relating to the history & culture of the US
American Memory -- American notes: Travels in America 1750 - 1920
American Presidents: Life Portraits -- General facts about all the presidents
American Revolution at a Glance -- Maps showing important events of each year of the war.
American Revolution: National Discussions of our Revolutionary Origins
American Women's History: A Research Guide -- Citations to print and Internet reference sources, as well as to selected large primary source collections.
Americana: The Institute for the Study of American Popular Culture
AmericanPresident.org -- Companion to the PBS series The American President, updated by the Miller Center of Public Affairs.
Ancestors in the Americas -- Asian-American history
ANCIENT MESOAMERICAN CIVILIZATIONS
Ancient World Mapping Center
Annotated bibliography of government documents related to the threat of terrorism & the attacks of September 11, 2001
APIS: Advanced Papyrological Information System -- APIS provides easy access to Greek and Roman documents housed at research collections worldwide
Appalachian Studies Bibliography (1994-) -- Comprehensive bibliography from the Appalachian Studies Association
ArchiveGrid -- Open the door to history
Armed Conflicts Events Data -- information on conflicts during the 19th and 20th centuries
Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library -- Comprehensive source on Asia, including art, current events, e-journals, books, education, etc.
Avalon Project at the Yale Law School -- Documents in Law, History and Diplomacy
Battle of Britain History Site -- July-Oct. 1940
Best of History Web Sites -- Comprehensive portal to history web sites
Biography.com -- Over 25,000 biographies
Black Renaissance in Washington, DC: 1920-1930's -- Developed by the DC Public Library
Booker T. Washington Papers
Brief history of College Place
British History Online -- Digital library containing some of the core printed primary and secondary sources for the medieval and modern history of the British Isles
Calisphere: a world of primary sources
Canadian Confederation -- From the National Library of Canada
Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts -- A database of manuscript collections from Europe, Australia, North Americal and Japan
Center for History and New Media -- Hosted by George Mason University
Center for Jewish History
Center for Spatially Integrated Social Sciences (CSISS) -- Spatial resources for the social sciences
Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional documents and debates, 1774-1875
Churchill: the evidence -- The life & times of Winston Churchill
Civil War Women
Civilrights.org: The Progressive Coalition for Equal Opportunity -- A social justice network founded by the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (CCR)
Classics in the History of Psychology -- Christopher D. Green
Classics in Washington History -- Electronic gallery of Pacific Northwest History
Cleveland Digital Library -- The history of Cleveland and the Western Reserve Region, from Cleveland State University Library
Color landform atlas of the United States
Columbia American History Online -- Learning resource designed for students and teachers of American history
Connecticut Historical Society -- Includes Connecticut History Online, a collection of 15,000 historic images
Council of State Historical Records Coordinators -- Includes online historical resources from each US state
Culture Canada -- From the Department of Canadian Heritage
Cybrary of the Holocaust
Dante Dartmouth Project
David Rumsey Map Collection -- Historical and rare maps
Declassified CIA Documents on the Vietnam War -- Index of declassified documents with some links to full text
Digital Collections -- from University of Washington Libraries
Digital History -- Using new technologies to enhance teaching and research
Digital Library of the Caribbean -- A wealth of scholarly digitized materials concerning the study of Caribbean culture and history.
Documenting the American South -- Impressive collection of primary source documents on the American South
Documenting the American South -- Digital publishing initiative that features primary resources in history for the study of the history, literature, and culture of the American South.
Duke Collection of American Indian Oral History
E Pluribus Unum Project -- Examines the attempt to make "one from many" in three critical decades of American life: the 1770s, the 1850s, and the 1920s.
Early Americas Digital Archive
Ease History: An Experience Acceleration Support Environment
ECAI: Electronic cultural Atlas Initiative -- Dynamic maps, gazetteer, cultural artifacts, architecture, etc.
ECHO:European Cultural Heritage Online
Economic Mobility Project: An Initiative of the Pew Charitable Trusts
Edward Curtis's: The North American Indian Photographic Images -- Plates and illustrations from Curtis's 20-volume work.
Electronic Encyclopedia of Chicago -- Online counterpart to the print Encyclopedia of Chicago
EMuseum -- Award-winning virtual museum from Minnesota State University
Encyclopedia of Chicago -- Over 1400 entries on the history of Chicago
Encylcopedia of Alabama -- A well-designed site on the history, culture, and geography of a U.S. State with enhanced multimedia content.
Eternal Egypt -- Egyptian center for documentation of cultural and natural heritage
EuroDocs: Primary Historical Documents from Western Europe
European History Primary Sources -- Index of scholarly websites that offer online access to digitised primary sources on the history of Europe.
Feeding America -- Over 7,000 historical cookbooks in a digitized, searchable format
First person narratives of the American South, 1860-1920 -- Diaries, autobiographies, memoirs, and travel accounts of all segments of the population.
First World War Poetry Archive, from the University of Oxford -- Primary source materials and supporting information for the study of major Britsh poets who fought in WWI
First World War.com -- Extensive information on WW I
Fog of War -- Detailed record and analysis of air strikes on Bagdad during the Gulf War
Founders Early Access -- Thousands of unpublished documents from our nation?s founders in a free online resource.
Founders' Constitution -- The Oxford English Dictionary of American constitutional history. Electronic version of a 5-volume work
France in America /France en Am鲩que -- History of the French presence in North America
Free at Last?: Slavery in Pittsburgh in the 18th and 19th Centuries -- Based on research done in 08-09 highlighting 55 recently discovered court docs in Allegheny County
Free Speech Movement Digital Archive -- Includes primary documents about the student protest at UC Berkeley in the 1960s
Freedman and Southern Society Project -- This site is easy to use and contains valuable firsthand documents on slavery and emancipation.
Galileo Project
Gathering the Jewels: The website for Welsh Cultural History -- 20,000 images collected from hundreds of sources throughout Wales.
GEODE -- GIS information and maps from the USGS
Geographic Names Information System (GNIS) -- Contains information about almost 2 million physical and cultural geographic features in the United States
Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History -- U.S. history for historians, teachers, students and citizens
Gilder-Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery -- From the Yale Center for International and Area Studies
H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online -- international interdisciplinary organization of scholars and teachers dedicated to developing the enormous educational potential of the Internet and the World Wide Web
H-SHGAPE Internet Resources -- Society for Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era Internet Resources
Handbook of Latin American Studies
Historic government publications of World War II -- Primary resources / From Southern Methodist University
Historical Newspapers of Washington
HISTORICAL PICTURE COLLECTIONS -- Picture collections from around the WWW
Historical Records Search -- Database of WA State census information, naturalization records, and other
Historical Research in Europe -- A guide to archives and libraries
Historical Text Archive
History Channel Speeches -- Important speeches from history
History Guide -- Internet-based subject gateway to scholarly relevant information in history with a focus on Anglo-American history and the history of Central and Western Europe.
History in the news: Middle East history, society, and culture resources
History of the American West, 1860-1920 -- Part of the LIbrary of Congress' American Memory Historical Collections, contains photographs covering the American West
HistoryLink -- Online cyberpedia of Washington State history, updated weekly
Home Economics Archive: Research, Tradition, History (HEARTH) -- Offers an electronic collection on the history of home economics (1820-1979)
Humbul Humanities Hub -- A systematic guide to high quality humanities web sites with detailed descriptions.
Hungarian History -- by Corvinus Library
I will be heard ; Abolitionism in America
Imperial War Museum Collections Online -- All aspects of 20th century conflict
In the First Person -- Index to letters, diaries, oral histories and personal narratives
Industries and Occupations Photographs -- From the University of Washington Libraries Digital Collections
International Institute of Social History -- Offers access to the institute\'s catalog and archival listings, virtual exhibits, and digital publications.
Internet History Sourcebook -- Public domain primary sources for ancient and modern history
Islamic Heritage Project -- Source of over 600 primary-source Islamic manuscripts, maps and published texts.
Japan Center for Asian Historical Records
Japanese Historical Maps -- East Asian Library - Universtiy of California, Berkley
Jewish Virtual Library -- An online encyclopedia sponsored by the American-Israeli Cooperative
Korean American Archive -- A digital archive of the Korean American community, 1903-65
Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies -- Sources on all aspects of medieval life and history
LacusCurtius: Into the Roman World
Lanic -- Latin American Network Information Center
Lewis and Clark 200.gov -- Department of the Interior's bicentenial Web site
Lewis and Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery -- Interactive site by PBS including images, interesting details, and learning activities
Library of Congress Country Studies
Library of Congress HLAS Online -- Handbook of Latin American Studies
Life after the Holocaust
Lincoln/Net -- Full text access to over 3500 historical documents from Lincoln's Illinois years.
Making of America -- Primary source documents from the antebellum period through reconstruction, from the U. of Mich,, Cornell, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Mapping History -- Interactive and animated representations of history
Maps of War -- Maps showing the big picture of war instead of battle-by-battle views.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project at Stanford University
Mary's City of David -- Israelite House of David, as Reorganized by Mary Purnell, 1930
Military Battles and Campaigns: -- Maps from the Library of Congress
Monticello: The Home of Thomas Jefferson
Multimedia Sites in Women's History
Museum of Jewish Heritage
Museum of Tolerance Online Multimedia Learning Center -- Over 3,000 text files and thousands of photos on the Holocaust and WWII
National Anthropological Archives and Human Studies Film Archives
National Archives of Canada -- Official web site from the Canadian government
NationalGeographic.com -- The web site of the National Geographic Society
Nationmaster -- Statistics on various countries of the world
NativeWeb -- Resources for Indigenous Cultures around the World
Naval Historical Center -- Official military site for US naval history.
NetSERF -- Tne Internet resource for Medieval studies
New Deal Network -- Educational guide to the Great Depression of the 1930s.
Open Collections Program: Women Working -- Women Working, 1800 - 1930 focuses on women's role in the United States economy and provides access to digitized historical, manuscript, and image resources selected from Harvard University's library and museum collections.
ORB: On-line Reference Book for Medieval Studies
Origins: Antarctica: Scientific Journeys from McMurdo to teh Pole -- Information on exploration, science, and geography
OurDocuments.gov -- 100 milestone documents of American History
Park Net -- Official website of the National Park Service, including history, photos, environmental issues, and job opportunities
Perry-Casta񥤡 Library Map Collection -- Online historical maps
Perseus Digital Library -- Source materials for the Humanities, including ancient Greece
Places Online -- Information and views of locations around the world
Public History Resource Center -- Management of the historical heritage and cultural memories
Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut, 1636-1776 -- Digitized images from the State Archives
Remembering Nagasaki Exhibit @ Exploratorium
Repositories of primary sources -- LIsts over 5,000 Web sites describing holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs and other primary sources for the research scholar.
Rulers -- (World Leaders both Past and Present)
SI Vault: Your Link to Sports History
Smarthistory: A Multiemedia Web-Book about Art and Art History
Southern Oregon Digital Archives
Supreme Court Historical Society
Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture
Terrorism Library -- Library of Congress topical resources
The 1916 Rising: Personalities & Perspectives -- This online exhibition from the National Library of Ireland consists of an excellent compilation of over 500 images of primary source documents related to the Easter Rising of 1916, the most famous series of events in modern Irish history.
The Ameican Presidency Project -- The site contains a document archive that contains more than 75,300 items of interest, video clips of important presidential addresses, and Presidential Library.
The American Presidency Project -- A comprehensive resource on the United States presidency
The Archaeology Channel
The Middle East, 1916-2001: a documentary record -- Collection of government leaders' speeches and UN resolutions as well as government documents.
The ORB: on-line reference book for medieval studies -- The ORB includes an encyclopedia, e-text library, reference shelf, teaching resources, and general information about medieval studies
The Presidential Timeline of the Twentieth Century -- This original online resource provides an interactive time line of Presidents Hoover through Clinton, which highlights major political and personal events for each president and links to the presidential repositories.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, London, 1674 to 1834 -- A searchable, digitized collection of over 100,000 trials at London's central criminal court
The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database
The World Factbook
Thomas Jefferson Digital Archive -- About 2,000 items written by Jefferson plus information about him
Today-in-History -- Historic events and birth-dates from Scope Systems
Trenches on the Web -- (World War I)
U.S. Center of Military History -- History, documents, and images from the U.S. Army from colonial times to the present
Ulysses S. Grant Digital Collection
United States Civil War Center -- Promoting the study of the Civil War from the perspectives of all professions, occupations and academic disciplines
United States Historical Census Data -- The data presented here describe the people and the economy of the US for each state and county from 1790 to 1960.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum -- Tasteful and sensitive presentation of a difficult subject; excellent text and images
United States National Archives and Record Administration -- Official depository for US government information
Valley of the Shadow: two communities in the American Civil War -- From the University of Virginia
Veterans History Project -- Features interviews and stories of American veterans
Victorian Web -- (The Victorian Era of Britain)
Vietnam Project -- From Texas Tech University
Vietnam War bibliography -- Lists over 4,000 books, microfilm collections, government documents, and journal articles relating to the Vietnam War
Vietnam: Yesterday and Today
Virtual Vietnam Archive -- Provides access to declassified documents
Virtually Missouri -- Includes more than 60 digitized collections on Missouri history
Wallis and Marilyn Kimble Northwest History Database -- Provided by the WSU Libraries
Wars for Viet Nam, 1945 - 1974
Washington History -- historical records, rare books and online presentations
Westward by Sea -- A maritime perspective on American expansion, 1820-1890
Wisconsin History -- Includes all aspects of Wisconsin history, with materials for students and teachers
Women Artists of the American West -- Interdisciplinary resource on women's contributions to art and history of the American West
Women Working, 1800-1930 -- Focusing on the role of women in the US economy, broadly defined, from the early 19th century through the 1920s, this site remains attractive to researcher and educator alike.
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars -- Knowledge in the public service
World History : HyperHistory -- 3000 years of world history presented in an interactive style
World War I Document Archive -- Primary documents from the Great War
WWW Virtual Library - American Indians -- Index of Native American Resources on the Internet
Yahoo Geography Page
Yahoo's history links
Yahoo's history links -- (Refuting Holocaust Denials)

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Last update on October 15, 2013