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AHC Web Page (Association for History & Computing)
Ancient and Medieval Studies (links to resources) (Columbia U.)
Ancient History Internet resources (annotated links) (Graham Shipley, U. of Leicester)
Ancient Wonders: A Web Quest into Antiquities (articles and images, arranged by region and by area; includes links) (Joshua Delorenzo and Thomas Caswell)
Archives Hub (gateway to descriptions of archives held in UK universities and colleges) (MIMAS, U. of Manchester, and U. of Liverpool)
Center for Humanistisk Historieformidling (Danish research center for academic and popular representation of history; in Danish) (Carsten Tage Nielsen, Royal Danish School of Educational Studies)
Computers and Audiovisuals Resources in History (links to various sites with image and audio archives related to history) (Tennessee Technological U.)
Country Studies (links to pages examining history, culture, and society of various nations) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Creative Impulse: The Artist's View of World History and Western Civilization (linked to world civilizations course) (Nancy Mautz, Evansville-Vanderburg School Corp)
Cromohs: Guide to Internet Resources for Historians (annotated links to various history-related sites, arranged by subject)
D'Història. El fil d'Ariadna: History Journals Index (comprehensive listing with annotated links; variously in Catalan, Spanish, English) (Anacleto Pons Pons, U. València)
Economic History Services (links to numerous sites and databases)(EH.net)
18th Century History (guide to various internet resources) (Rick Brainard)
Electronic Documents in History (links to numerous resources for historical study) (Tennessee Technological U.)
Exploring Ancient World Cultures (arranged in sections, with articles, primary sources, and more) (Anthony K. Beavers, U. of Evansville)
General History Resources (links) (U. of Missouri, Kansas City)
Global History Consortium ("virtual research institutes," with sections on Asia, Africa, South America; sites have maps and articles on history and culture) (William J. Gilmore-Lehne, Richard Stockton C., Pomona, NJ)
Hanover Historical Texts Project (links to primary sources, arranged by time period and by region) (History Department, Hanover C.)
The Historical Text Archive (extensive set of history pages) (Donald J. Mabry, Mississippi St. U)
History and Web (links) (Bilkent U., Ankara, Turkey)
History as a Career (Tennessee Technological U.)
History Channel (site for TV network, also includes archives of video and audio clips and extensive history teaching resources)
History Journals (comprehensive listing with annotated links; variously in Catalan, Spanish, English) (Anacleto Pons Pons, U. València)
National Coalition for History (NCH, Washington, DC)
Humanities Faculty and Research Positions: History (Chronicle of Higher Education)
HUMBUL Gateway to Humanities Resources (Oxford U.)
Hyperhistory Online ("presents 3000 years of world history with a combination of colorful graphics, lifelines, timelines, and maps"; attempts to render a synoptic view of history across time and world regions) (Andreas Nothiger)
Images from History ("images from the history of world art and archæology for use in the classroom") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
Institute of Historical Research Server (metapage)
International Assoc. of Labour History Institutions (International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam)
International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam ("world's largest documentary and research institutions in the field of social history in general and the history of the labour movement in particular")
Internet Resources-- History (annotated links, arranged by subject) (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Internet gateway: History (links on various world history topics) (Christchurch City Council, New Zealand)
Internet Resources: World History (annotated links) (Amos Alonzo Stagg High School, Palos Hills, IL)
Karpeles Manuscript Library (historical, literary, musical, scientific, religious, and other original MSS.)
List of Historical Anniversaries (lists historical events, birthdays and deaths for dates chosen) (neohumanism.org)
Living History Re-Enactor Network ("dedicated to those persons who re-create living history of all eras, worldwide")
Vincent Voice Library (archive of taped voices) (Michigan State U.)
Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies (Concordia U.)
NARA: US National Archives & Records Administration 
National Women's History Project 
Organization of American Historians 
Rare Map Collection at the Hargrett Library, U. Georgia ("historical maps spanning nearly 500 years, from the sixteenth century through the early twentieth century"; special emphasis on Georgia; large jpg giles)
Real Torture: Torture History and Political Torture (links and articles) (Chris Lee)
Resources of Scholarly Societies - History (U. Waterloo)
Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis (Rutgers U.)
Scholarly Societies Project: History (links to online resources, with some annotation) (U. of Waterloo)
USC Digital Archive ("provides access to over 100,000 photographs, maps, manuscripts, records, texts, and sound recordings owned by USC and collaborating institutions with particular emphasis on materials related to Los Angeles and the Southern California region") (U. Southern California)
ViVa: A Current Bibliography of Women's History in Historical and Women's Studies Journals (covers articles in English, French, German, and Dutch) (International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam)
Women in World History Curriculum (teaching resources) (Lyn Reese)
Women in World History Curriculum (resources for secondary-level teachers and students) (Lyn Reese)
Women Throughout History (WWWomen!)
World History Sources (homepage, with links to primary sources, plus special sections on documents and pedagogical tools) (Center for History and New Media, George Mason U.)
World History Chronology (articles arranged by time period, from prehiostory to modern) (David W. Koeller, North Park U., Chicago, IL)
World Civilizations: An Internet Classroom and Anthology (articles and images ranging across world cultures) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
World History Archives (homepage for "documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
World History Compass ("links to history sites anywhere in the world") (Robert Schiller)
World History of Democracy (drafts from Steve Muhlberger and Phil Paine's book-in-progress on the topic; also gathers links to relevant online resources) (Steve Muhlberger, Nipissing U., Canada)
WWW Library of Demography & Population Studies (Diana Crow, Australian National U.)
WWW Services for Historians (George M. Welling)
WWW Virtual Library: History 

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