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AmDocs: Documents from American History
Thousands of primary sources from 800 all the way up to 2008.
A More Perfect Union: Japanese Americans & the U.S. Constitution (Smithsonian)
An overall narrative of the forced internment of Japanese Americans living on the West Coast during World War II. Includes primary sources.
American Art : Smithsonian
Great visual displays of American art, with details.
American Colonists' Library
Links to primary sources in chronological order. Some advertising. Privately supported.
Library of Congress collection-maps, primary sources, etc.
American Memory Timeline
Sets of sources arranged chronologically.
American Social and Cultural History: Smithsonian
Selected links to historical social and cultural information.
American Women thru Time
Year by year brief listing of important events with links to primary sources.
American Women's History
A research guide providing links and bibliographies.
American History (About.com)
Brief write-ups on historical topics. Good source for quick fact-finding.
Texts of original charters of all colonies and related documents.
Free online library of the Founders' constitutional documents.
Carnegie Library: History
Subject guide to websites.
Columbus Navigation Homepage
History, navigation, and landfalls of Columbus.
Current Value of Old Money
Links to world-wide currency information.
Documenting the American South
Many primary sources.
Designed for high school and college teachers and students, History Matters serves as a gateway to web resources and offers other useful materials for teaching U.S. history.
Making of America
Searchable archive of full text books and articles about early America.
A listing of over 5000 websites describing holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary sources for the research scholar.
Salem Witch Trials
Primary documents, maps, transcripts.
17th Century Colonial New England with special emphasis on the Essex County Witch Hunt
Many links to witch trial sources.
U.S. History (WWW-VL)
An index to many sources.
Valley of the Shadow: Two Communities in the Civil War
Primary sources documenting daily life of two towns--one Southern and one Northern.
Women Working: 1800-1930
Historical, manuscript and image resources
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