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General American Studies Resources
1492 Exhibit (Columbus and the New World) (Library of Congress electronic exhibit)
American Quarterly (tables of contents; full-text access for subscribers to Project Muse)
American Studies Listservs (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
American Studies, Black History and Literature 
American Literature Research Tools (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
American Memory Collection ("primary source and archival materials relating to American culture and history" from the Library of Congress)
American Studies Web (Dave Phillips, Yale U.)
American Studies Electronic Crossroads
Homepage of American Studies Electronic Crossroads (international curriculum innovation project with three main components: "1. The American Studies Electronic Crossroads [ASEC], a comprehensive, integrated information platform on the WWW, containing pedagogical, scholarly, and institutional in
American Studies Programs on the Web 
American Studies Syllabus Library 
American Studies Assoc. Graduate Program Directory 
Randy Bass (Georgetown U.), "A Brief Guide to Interactive Multimedia and the Study of the United States: An Annotated Multimedia Bibliography") 
Crossroads Testsites & Dissemination Centers 
Dynamic Syllabi (American Studies Curricula) (online syllabi that use the Internet for more than transcription of traditional, static syllabi)
Essays on American Studies Pedagogy 
Subject Maps to Fields of American Studies 
Technology & Learning Resources 
Reference & Research Resources
American Studies Crossroads Project: Reference & Research Page 
Abstracts of American Studies Dissertations, 1986-95 
American Studies at UVA
Homepage (American Studies Group & The Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
American Studies Hypertexts ("collection of more than 50 hypertexts relevant to the study of American Culture(s); ncludes works by Henry Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Mark Twain, Thorstein Veblen, D.H.Lawrence, Herman Melville and many others")
The Capitol Project (project devoted to exploring the U. S. Capitol building and site; also includes resources on related sites and topics)
Cultural Maps ("devoted to the graphical presentation of non-graphical information")
Yellow Pages (general directory of resources)
Library of Congress: American Special Collections 
Teaching American Literature Listservs (from UPenn listserv index)
American Folklife Center (Library of Congress)
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")
Anti-Imperialism in the United States, 1898-1935
Homepage of Anti-Imperialism in the U. S. (Jim Zwick, Syracuse U.)
African Americans in the Anti-Imperialist Movement 
Anti-Imperialist Writings by Edgar Lee Masters 
Mr. Dooley on Imperialism: Satire by Finley Peter Dunne ("Cartoon Finley Peter Dunne [1867-1936] began to write "Mr. Dooley" columns in Chicago newspapers long before the Spanish-American War began, but his national reputation was a product of that war")
Sentenaryo/Centennial ("A Collaborative Exploration of the Cultural and Political Impacts of the Philippine Revolution and the Philippine-American War")
Stereoscopic Visions of War and Empire (juxtaposes stereoscopic images distributed at the turn of the century with excerpts from letters sent home by U.S. soldiers fighting in the Philippines and printed in local newspapers)
Voice of the Filipinos (editorials from El Renacimiento)
Cultural Readings: Colonization & Print in the Americas (U. Penn. Library exhibition from the collections of the Jay I. Kislak Foundation and the Rosenbach Museum & Library; includes images, explanations, and essays)
Daniel Webster: Dartmouth's Favorite Son (online exhibit; William S. Kartalopoulos, Dartmouth C.)
From Revolution to Reconstruction ("American History from the colonial period until Modern Times"; U. of Groningen, Netherlands)
A Chronological Journey Through the History of Humans and the Horse (includes pages on horses and English and American culture, 1660-present) (International Museum of the Horse, Lexington, Kentucky)
Making of America Project ("major collaborative endeavor to preserve and make accessible through digital technology a significant body of primary sources related to development of the U.S. infrastructure. . . . seeks to involve research institutions
Multicultural Cosmology Educational Resource Center  (Pomona C.)
Rare Map Collection at the Hargrett Library, U. Georgia
Homepage of Hargrett Library Rare Map Collection ("historical maps spanning nearly 500 years, from the sixteenth century through the early twentieth century"; special emphasis on Georgia; large jpg giles) (U. Georgia)
Early Maps of the New World 
Early Maps of Colonial America 
Early Maps of Revolutionary America 
Maps of the Period of American Union and Expansion 
Maps of the American Civil War 
Julie K. Rose (U. Virginia), World's Columbian Exposition: Idea, Experience, Aftermath (M.A. thesis on the World's Columbian Exposition, held in Chicago in 1893, the last of the nineteenth century's World's Fairs)
U. Mississippi Center for the Study of Southern Culture 
A U.S.A. Reading List (Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim)
Wildernet: American Environment and American Culture (created by Thomas Thurston's class on "Wilderness and the American Imagination," Yale U.)
World Area Studies Internet Resources: North America (Western Connecticut State U.)
American Studies Depts. & Programs
American Studies Programs on the Web (American Studies Crossroads Project)
Brown U. American Civilization Program 
U. Virginia American Studies 

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