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African-American Odyssey (links to related virtual exhibits) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
African-American Mosaic: A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture (virtual exhibit, covering colonization, abolition, migration, and WPA) (LOC, Washington, DC)
American Memory (gateway to "primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States"; "offers more than 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical collections") (Library of Congress)
American Studies Web ("largest bibliography of web-based resources in the field of American Studies") (Georgetown U.)
The American West Page ("a presentation of the history and development of the American West, from the frontier- and pioneer days with the wild west, to today's modern west")(Bengt Lindeblad)
The American West (links arranged by topic, within the WWW Virtual Libray site) (Lynn H. Nelson and Nancy Sween, U. of Kansas)
American Women's History: A Research Guide: African-American Women (Ken Middleton, Middle Tennessee State U.)
Americas History Archives (Gateway to World History)
An American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and Other Printed Ephemera (virtual exhibit on the collection) (and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Anacostia Museum & Center for African American History and Culture (Smithsonian)
Loni Ding Ancestors in the Americas (virtual exhibit tied to series, focused on Asian immigration to America) (Public Broadcasting Service, Alexandria, VA)
An Eclectic List of Events in U.S. Labor History (allen lutins, Binghamton U.)
A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation (archived Congressional debates and documents) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Core Documents of U.S. Democracy (links to key documents in American history) (U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC)
United States Documents (texts and facsimiles) (Emory U. School of Law)
DOUGLASS: Archives of American Public Address (full-text archive of historical American oratory and related documents; organized by speaker, title, and movement or controversy; searchable) (School of Speech, Northwestern U.)
HarpWeek: Explore History (electronic access to the full text and images of Harper's Weekly, 1857-1912)
Images of African Americans from the 19th Century (Schomburg Center, New York Public Library)
I.N. Phelps Stokes Collection of American Historical Prints (New York Public Library)
Letters of Delegates to Congress (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
An American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and other Printed Ephemera (difital archive) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Private Passions, Public Legacy: Paul Mellon's Personal Library at the U. of Virginia (virtual exhibit) (Alderman Library, U. of Virginia)
NARA: US National Archives and Records Administration 
NARA: Exhibit Hall (US National Archives and Records Administration)
Presidents of the United States (images and biographies) (White House, Washington, DC)
From Revolution to Reconstruction: Documents (texts of numerous documents archived, arranged by time period) (U. of Groningen, Netherlands)
Scanned Originals of Early American Documents (including pages from the Constitution, Bill of Rights, Declaration of Independence) (Emory School of Law)
Scripps Library Digital Archive on the American Presidency (collection of presidential speeches, recordings, oral histories and other presidential resources) (Miller Center of Public Affairs, U. Virginia)
Words and Deeds in American History (selections from the 1st 100 years of the Manuscript Division of the LOC) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
California Mission Studies Assoc. ("for the study and preservation of the California Missions and their Native American, Hispanic, and Early American past")
CD-ROMS for U. S. History (plain text) (Steve Schoenher, U. California, San Diego)
Chronology of Asian American History (Emma Teng, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Digital History (includes virtual exhibits, research and reference guides, primary sources, criticism, an interactive timeline, etc.) (U. Houston)
Documenting the American South: The Southern Experience in 19th-Century America (extensive archive with "primary source materials documenting the culture of the American South from the viewpoint of Southerners;" includes texts and images of "diaries, autobiographies, travel accounts, titles on slavery and regional literature"; in both HTML and TEI/SGML formats) (Natalia Smith and Chuck Thomas, U. North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
John Bull and Uncle Sam: Four Centuries of British-American Relations (virtual exhibit) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
From Revolution to Reconstruction ("hypertext project on American History from the colonial period until modern times"; includes hypertext links to timelines, primary documents, essays, biographies, other relevant sites, etc.) (U. Groningen, Netherlands)
Maps of the Americas (Perry Castaneda Library Map Collection, U. Texas, Austin)
Nile of the New World - Lower Mississippi Delta Region (National Park Service)
The First American West: The Ohio River Valley, 1750-1820 (virtual exhibit on the collection) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Prairie Settlement: Nebraska Photographs and Family Letters, 1862-1912 (virtual exhibit on the collection) (Nebraska Historical Society, and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
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)
U. S. History Maps (Perry Castaneda Library Map Collection, UT Austin) 
The Historical Text Archive: USA Page (Don Mabry, Mississippi St. U)
History of the World: United States (information and statistics arranged by subject) History of the World.com)
Immigrant History Research Center (U. Minnesota)
Internet Resources for U.S. History (annotated links) (David L. Langenberg, U. of Delaware)
Rivers, Edens, Empires: Lewis & Clark and the Revealing of America (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
American Treasures of the Library of Congress (online exhibit, with objects in various media) (LOC, Washington, DC)
US Constitution (Legal Information Institute, Cornell U.)
Longman American History Online ("this bank of resources, which will enrich and expand upon what's available in your printed textbook, includes interactive practice tests, downloadable maps, primary sources, web activities and reference links") (Longman Publishers)
The Meeting of Frontiers ("a bilingual, multimedia English-Russian digital library that tells the story of the American exploration and settlement of the West, the parallel exploration and settlement of Siberia and the Russian Far East, and the meeting of the Russian-American frontier in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.") (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Naval Historical Center (articles arranged by subject) (NHC, Dept. of the Navy, Washington, DC)
This Week in Black History (Charles Isbell, MIT)
US Armed Forces General Resources
Office of Medical History (images, organizational histories, bibliographies, and more) (Office of the Surgeon General, Washington, DC)
The National Museum of the United States Army (Fort Belvoir, VA)
Naval Historical Center (articles arranged by subject) (NHC, Dept. of the Navy, Washington, DC)
United States Army Military History Institute (links to other sites, organization information) (US Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, PN)
US Army Center of Military History: A View of Our Past (virtual exhibits, articles, and other resources) (John S. Brown, Center of Military History, US Army)
United States: History (within the WWW Virtual Library site; topically arranged links) (George Laughead, Jr., and Lynn H. Nelson)
US Army Center for Military History (images, museum information, and more) (US Army)
U.S. Historical Census Data Browser "The data presented here describe the people and the economy of the U.S. for each state and county from 1790 to 1970") (Paul Bergen, Harvard U. / Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research)
US-Indian Treaties and Related Documents
Andrew Jackson Indian Removal: Extract from Andrew Jackson's Seventh Annual Message to Congress (in the Archives of the West) (Public Broadcasting Service)
The Kappler Project: Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties (links to primary sources, in multi-volume edition begun by Charles J. Kappler, extending to 1971) (Oklahoma State U.)
Native Americans Constitution and Law Digitization Project (numerous legal documents archived within) (U. of Oklahoma Law Library and The National Indian Law Library)
Statutes of the United States Concerning Native Americans (primary sources, arranged by period) (Avalon Project, Yale U.)
Treaties Between the United States and Native Americans (primary documents) (Avalon Project, Yale U.)
U.S. Indian Policy, 1830-1890 (links to info and resources relating to Native Americans "designed as a resource for all those teaching and studying in France. The title of this page is the topic for the civilization subject of the agrégation [exam] for 1997") (J
Vice Presidents (web magazine, with links to historical articles and more) (Dan Coen, vicepresidents.com)
American Women: A Library of Congress Guide for the Study of Women's History and Culture in the United States  (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Women in American History (multimedia site with study resources created by Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.)
World History Archives: U.S. Working Class and Labor History (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
World History Archives: U.S. History Archives (history with a labor and working-class emphasis; includes links to African American history and the Americas in general) (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)

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