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General History Resources
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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Prehistory
Aegean Prehistory Web Resources (in English, Italian, or Dutch)(Andrea Viarello, Venice U., and U. of Sheffield, UK)
Crossroads of Continents (virtual exhibit relating the history of Siberia and Alaska, in the context of inter-continental migrations) (Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC)
Flints and Stones: Real Life in Prehistory (Museum of Antiquities online exhibition)
NOVA: Ice Mummies (virtual exhibits mirroring the NOVA series, focused on Peru, Thailand, and Siberia) (Public Broadcasting Service)
NOVA: Mystery of the First Americans (companion site to show about the so-called "Kennewick Man," including debates about theories of race, carbon dating, and other contexts for identification) (Public Broadcasting Service)
David W. Koeller (North Park U., Chicago, IL) Foraging Societies: From 30,000 BC (essays arranged by time period)
Megalithic Pages (photos and info on European megalithic sites) (Jan Bily)
Northern Clans, Northern Traces: Journeys in the Ancient Circumpolar World (virtual exhibit focused on the peopling of North America via Asia, within the Arctic Studies Center site) (Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC)
Stone Pages (links to articles and photos about European megalithic sites) (Paola Arosio and Diego Meozzi)
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Africa
General Resources
Africa -- History (links arranged by topic) (Karen Fung, Stanford U.)
Africa (links and bibliography, both to primary and secondary sources, with an emphasis on contemporary politics) (Vincent Ferraro, Mount Holyoke C.)
African History (various links, in this About.com site) (Alistair Boddy-Evans)
African Studies Center: U. of Pennsylvania (program information, multimedia archives, and more) (Ali B. Ali-Dinar, U. of Pennsylvania)
African History Homepage (articles, timelines, and maps, arranged by period and by subject) (Jim Jones, West Chester U.)
African Studies Quarterly: The Online Journal for African Studies (U. Florida)
Africa: South of the Sahara Discussion Lists (Stanford U. Libraries and Academic Information Resources)
Africultures, Cultures Africaines (French website on African culture)
allAfrica.com: BBC Audio (includes audio files on the "Story of Africa") (BBC)
Colonial Africa General Resources
African History on the Internet: Colonial Period (annotated links) (Karen Fung, Stanford U.)
The French in West Africa (overview essay and bibliography) (Ali B. Ali-Dinar, U. Pennsylvania)
The History of Postcolonial Africa (within a larger literary site; articles arranged by topic and by country) (National U. of Singapore)
Queen Victoria's Empire: The Scramble for Africa (virtual exhibit within the companion site to PBS's Empires series) (Public Broadcasting Service)
The Scramble for Africa (articles on European colonization, especially after 1881, with articles on wars, key individuals, and more) (Brett Silva)
Fourth World Documentation Project: African Documents (recent African history) (Center for World Indigenous Studies)
H-Africa Discussion Network (H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine)
The Historical Text Archive: Africa Page (Don Mabry, Mississippi St. U)
John Hunwick (Northwestern U.) "Africa and Islamic Revival: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives" (1996) (essay)
Internet African History Sourcebook (links to primary documents, arranged by subject and by region) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Maps of Africa and Ghana (maps of empire) (U. California, Berkeley)
World History Archives: The History of Africa as a Whole ("documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut State U.)
Colonial Africa
The Anglo Boer War Museum (includes chronology, photos, and more) (Bloemfontein, South Africa)
The Anglo-Zulu War (articles and images on the conflict, as well as on Zulu culture) (Ian Knight)
The Earl of Cromer Why Britain Acquired Egypt in 1882 (1908) (e-text, within Fordham U.'s Internet Modern History Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
British Imperialism in Nigeria: Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta (documents) (Urhobo Historical SOciety)
Queen Victoria's Empire: The Scramble for Africa (virtual exhibit within the companion site to PBS's Empires series) (Public Broadcasting Service)
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)
AfricaOnline.com 
Angola-- A Country Study (historical information, arranged by topic) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Angola (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Thomas Collelo, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Buganda Home Page ("history, language and culture of the people of Buganda") (Mukasa E. Ssemakula, Wayne State U.)
A Country Study: Chad (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Thomas Collelo, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Egypt
Ancient Egypt (links, with intro) (U. of Pennsylvania)
Accounts of The Arab Conquest of Egypt, 642 (English translations, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Duke Papyrus Archive 
Eternal Egypt ("represents a unique partnership to use innovative IBM technologies and services to create an interactive, multimedia experience of Egyptian cultural artifacts, places and history for a global audience. .    [includes] high-resolution images, three-dimensional reconstructions of Egyptian monuments and antiquities, as well as virtually-reconstructed environments, panoramic images, and panoramic views of present-day Egypt captured by robotic cameras located from the top of Karnak Temple to the streets of Old Cairo") (Egyptian Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage and IBM)
Exploring Ancient World Cultures: Egypt (U. Evansville)
Hatshepshut (tutorial article, within the HSC Online web site) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Jacques Kinnaer The Ancient Egypt Site (links, bibliography, articles, and images)
The Lighthouse of Alexandria (text and images; within the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World site) (Alaa K. Ashmawy, U. South Florida)
Modern Egypt
The Earl of Cromer Why Britain Acquired Egypt in 1882 (1908) (e-text, within Fordham U.'s Internet Modern History Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
New Kingdom Egypt to the death of Thutmosis IV: The Period of Thutmosis IV (tutorial article, within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
New Kingdom Egypt to the death of Thutmosis IV: The First Three Pharaohs (tutorial article, within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
The Great Pryamid of Giza (text and images, within the Seven Wonders of the Ancient Wrold site) (Alaa K. Ashmawy, U. South Florida)
The Theban Mapping Project (bibliographies, articles, glossaries, and more) (TMP, American U. in Cairo)
Women and Gender in Ancient Egypt: From Pre-History to Late Antiquity (virtual exhibit) (Terry G. Wilfon, Kelsey Museum, U. of Michigan)
A Country Study: Ethiopia (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Thomas P. Ofcansky and LaVerle Berry, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Richard Pankhurst A Collection of Essays (essays on Ethiopian history)
Ghana
Pekka Masonen (U. of Tampere) and Humphrey J. Fisher (S. of Oriental and African Studies) Not Quite Venus From the Waves: The Almoravid Conquest of Africa in the Modern Historiography of Western Africa (about 1076 conquest of Ghana)
Postcolonial Web: Ghana (includes sections on history, geography, politics, and bibliography; within a site devoted to postcolonial literature) (National U. of Singapore)
Ghana (overview, within the World Civilizations site) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
A Country Study: Ghana (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (La Verle Berry, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Gronniosaw, James Albert Ukawsaw A narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw, an African prince, written by himself. (1774) (full etext) (U. Virginia)
A Country Study: the Ivory Coast (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Robert E. Handloff, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Kenyan History (articles arranged by topic) (Kenyaweb.com)
Liberia
African-American Mosaic: Colonization (virtual exhibit on US colonization movement, focused on the American Colonization Society) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Maps of Liberia, 1830-1870 (virtual exhibit of maps from the American Colonization Society) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Roll of Emigrants to Liberia, 1820-43, and Liberian Census Data, 1843 (data archive) (Tom W. Schik, DPLS, U. Wisconsin-Madison)
A Country Study: Libya (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Madagascar (and Proximate Islands)
 (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-colonial to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Madagascar (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-colonial to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Mauritius (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-colonial to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Seychelles (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-colonial to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Mali Empire and Djenne Figures (historical intro, plus images) (Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
Civilizations in Africa: Mali (overview, within the World Civilizations site) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
A Country Study: Mauritania (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from medieval to modern times, arranged by topic) (Robert E. Handloff, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia
A Country Study: Algeria (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapan Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Algeria (links and bibliography, both on the independence movement and on current politics) (Vincent Ferraro, Mount Holyoke C.)
Postcolonial Web: Morocco (includes sections on history, geography, politics, and bibliography; within a site devoted to poctcolonial literature)(National U. of Singapore)
The Namibia Library of Dr. Klaus Dierks (includes historical information, photos, and more) (Klaus Dierks)
Nigeria
Abubakar A. Atofarati The Nigerian Civil War, Causes, Strategies, And Lessons Learnt (1992 essay)
A Country Study: Nigeria (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from medieval to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapan Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
History of Nigeria (articles arranged by topic) (Country Reports.org)
National Archives of Nigeria, Enugu Branch (Axel Harneit-Sievers)
Nigeria: A Country Study (includes historical articles) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
British Imperialism in Nigeria: Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta (documents) (Urhobo Historical SOciety)
Postcolonial Web: Nigeria (includes sections on history, geography, politics, and bibliography; within a site devoted to postcolonial literature) (National U. of Singapore)
Rhodesia: Unilateral Declaration of Independence Documents, 1965 (Modern History Sourcebook page) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Somalia (links and bibliography) (Vincent Ferraro, Mount Holyoke C.)
A Country Study: Somalia (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from early to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
South Africa
Historical Documents (ANC archives, Apartheid-related documents, and more) (African National Congress)
The Anglo-Zulu War (articles and images on the conflict, as well as on Zulu culture) (Ian Knight)
The History of Apartheid in South Africa (digital essay, with images) (Stanford U.)
The Boer War
The Anglo Boer War Museum (includes chronology, photos, and more) (Bloemfontein, South Africa)
John Rawlings (Stanford U.) Concentration Camps during the South African / Boer War, 1899-1902 (essay, with bibliogrpahy)
Denneys Reitz Commando; a Boer journal of the Boer War  (full text of this c.1929 journal)
The Western Cape Oral History Project (invludes sound files, historical information, and more) (Sean Field, U. of Cape Town, South Africa)
District Six Museum ("District Six is the most famous example of this forced relocation policy under the Apartheid government"; "place of remembrance to all who lost so much during those years of state oppression")
Social History of South Africa (links to museum web pages) (Iziko Museums of Cape Town)
Postcolonial Web: The Republic of South Africa (includes sections on history, geography, politics, and bibliography; within a site devoted to postcolonial literature)(National U. of Singapore)
Robben Island Museum (background on South African exile island)
Safundi: The Journal of South African & American Comparative Studies (requires membership to access databases)
A Country Study: South Africa (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from early to modern times, arranged by topic) (Rita M. Byrnes, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
South Africa - Robben Island - Prison - Museum (info on Robben Island and apartheid) (Terri Levin)
Kingdoms of the Medieval Sudan (electronic exhibits on the history of the African states of Songhay, Kanem-Bornu, and Hausaland) (J. Rotondo-McCrod, Xavier U. of Louisiana)
A Country Study: Sudan (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Libraries of Timbuktu: for the Preservation and Promotion of African Literary Heritage (images, articles, and program description) (Alida Jay Boye, U. of Oslo)
Ancient Manuscripts from the Desert Libraries of Timbuktu (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Uganda (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from early to modern times, arranged by topic) (Rita M. Byrnes, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Zaire (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Sandra W. Meditz and Tim Merrill, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Postcolonial Web: Zimbabwe (includes sections on history, geography, politics, and bibliography; within a site devoted to poctcolonial literature)(National U. of Singapore)
Zulu
The Anglo-Zulu War (articles and images on the conflict, as well as on Zulu culture) (Ian Knight)
David W. Koeller (North Park U., Chicago, IL) Shaka Zulu: 1785-1828 (biography)
Zululand: History of the Zulu People (Tourism KwaZulu-Natal)
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Asia
General Asian History Resources
Loni Ding Ancestors in the Americas (virtual exhibit tied to series, focused on Asian immigration to America) (Public Broadcasting Service, Alexandria, VA)
The Ancient East Asia Website (articles on Chinese, Japanese, and Korean archaeology, plus news, and a large link page on archaeology) (Simon Holledge)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: The History of East and Southeast Asia (annotated links) (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library ("collaborative project providing an up-to-date hypertext map and a seamless access tool to networked scholarly documents, resources and information systems") (T. Matthew Ciolek, Australian National U.)
Central Asia History General Resources
H.B. Paksoy ALPAMYSH: Central Asian Identity under Russian Rule (historical and political uses of literature; the case of ALPAMSYH)
Central Asian Monuments (links to academic monographs on key Eurasian texts, on varying subjects) (H.B. Paskoy)
Slavic Research Center: Useful Links (links on Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia, arranged by subject) (Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido U.)
The Coins and History of Asia (virtual exhibits on coins, including the Near and Far East) (T. K. Mallon-McCorgray)
International Dunhuang Project (multi-institutional project with database for manuscripts from Silk Road sites, with bibliographies, maps, and photos for context) (International Dunhuang Project)
Finding World History: East Asia (annotated links) (George Mason U.)
The Historical Text Archive: Asia Page (Don Mabry, Mississippi St. U)
Maps of Asia (Perry Castaneda Library Map Collection, UT Austin)
History of Mathematics in Asia (links to images of calendars and an article on Chinese mathematics, plus images and overview) (Saxakali.com)
R. Bin Wong (U. California, Irvine) "R. Bin Wong Examines Asia's Place in World History" (video of lecture at East Asian Institute, Columbia U.)
World History Archives: Asia (history with a working-class focus) (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut State U.))
The First Anglo-Afghan War (article on causes, followed by articles on battles) (Alex's Military History)
Armenian Research Center (articles, links arranged by subject, with a special section on the Armenian Genocide) (U. of Michigan-Dearborn)
A Country Study: Bangladesh (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (James Heitzman and Robert Worden, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Bhutan (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Andrea Matles Savada, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Bhutan (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Andrea Matles Savada, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Burma (Myanmar): History and Culture (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
China
General Resources
Chinese History (to Qing Dynasty) (general historical links, arranged by time period, to 1911) (East Asian Library, U. Southern California)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: China: History (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
China Historical Geographic Information System (CHGIS)  (collaborative project with objective to "create a flexible tool that can be used to investigate any sort of geographically specific data related to China, involving numerous universities) (Yenching Institute, Harvard U., et. al.)
A Country Study: China (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Robert L. Worden, Andrea Matles Savada and Ronald E. Dolan, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Colin Chinnery The History of Chinese Bookbinding (images and articles) (International Dunhuang Project)
Chimed: The History of Chinese Medicine (links and articles, program information, and more) (Albion C.)
Classical Historiography for Chinese History (articles and bibliographies) (Benjamin A. Elman, U. California, Los Angeles and Princeton U.)
Classified Bibliography of Reference Works on Chinese Historical Geography (bibliographies, arranged by subject) (Thomas H. Hahn, Cornell U.)
Concise Political History of China  (annotated timeline, with material compiled from Compton's Living Encyclopediawithin larger Chinese Cultural Studies site) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Condensed China: Chinese History for Beginners (articles, arranged by time period) (Paul Frankenstein)
Era and Timeline of Chinese History (in Chinese and in English; requires Chinese character capability to see pages correctly) (Seke Wei)
The Fairbanks Chinese History Virtual Library (virtual exhibits, with historical analysis)(Robert Gray, U. of Michigan)
Global History Consortium: China (articles and links on history and culture, plus maps) (Richard Stockton C., Pomona, NJ)
Barend J. ter Haar's Website (includes bibliographies on Violence, Protest, and other topics in Chinese History) (Barend J. ter Haar, U. Leiden)
Paul Halsall (U. North Florida) Chinese Culture (Brooklyn College course web-site, with links to articles and images)
Internet Guide for Chinese Studies (annotated links on all subjects, part of WWW Virtual Library) (Hanno E. Lecher, Leiden U., Netherlands)
A Country Study: Macau (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Robert L. Worden, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Historical Maps of China (part of the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) (U. Texas, Austin)
Taiwan Maps (from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) (U. Texas, Austin)
the National Museum of China (virtual exhibitions, in Chinese and in English) Beijing, China)
Leon Poon (U. of Maryland) History of China (sections with a timeline and with articles arranged by topic)
China (images and multimedia resources, includes "bibliographies" section with numerous resources on Chinese culture and history) (Marilyn Shea, U. Maine, Farmington)
Silk Road Seattle (virtual exhibits, including maps and articles, exploring the Silk Road to the 17th Century) (Daniel C. Waugh, U. Washington)
Ancient and Early Imperial China
Ancient China: The Middle Kingdom (links to articles, arranged by subject and period) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
Leon Poon (U. Maryland) Ancient Dynasties (1 of 2 overview article and image pages on Ancient Dynasties, within larger history of China site)
Centre for Hong Kong Prehistory (introduction, bibliography) (U. of Hong Kong)
The Chou, 1050-256 BC (overview, within the World Civilizations: China: The Middle Kingdom pages) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
The Coins and History of Ancient China (virtual exhibits) (T. K. Mallon-McCorgray)
China: History (article on early China) (Robert Crowley, U. Illinois, Springfield)
Rinn-Sup Shinn and Robert L. Worden History of China: The Ancient Dynasties (article and images, with link to 2nd page on dynasties, within larger History of China site) (Leon Poon, U. Maryland)
The Chinese Empire: The Middle Kingdom (articles arranged by subject) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
Emuseum: China (timeline on ancient and imperial Chinese periods, with articles and maps) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
Han Dynasty (overview article and images, within larger site on ancient and imperial China) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
Leon Poon (U. Maryland) The Imperial Era: The First Imperial Period (overview article and images, within larger history of China site)
The Development of Mathematics in Ancient China (article with images and tables) (Saxakali.com)
Barbara Bennett Patterson (Oregon State U.) Dutiful Daughters: Seven Moral Exemplars in Chinese History (essay about the use of women as figures for ethical instruction in early Chinese history)
Warring State Project ("a center and international contact point for research on China's classical period (the 05th through 03rd centuries," includes project description, other resources) (U. Massachusetts, Amherst)
Zhou Dynasty (overview article and images, within larger site on ancient and imperial China) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
Classical Imperial China
Emuseum: China (timeline on ancient and imperial Chinese periods, with articles and maps) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
The Northern and Southern Song dynasties (overview article and images, within larger site on ancient and imperial China) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
T'ang Dynasty (overview article and images, within larger site on ancient and imperial China) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
Yuan and Ming Dynasties (1279-1644)
The Legacy of Genghis Khan (virtual exhibits, with historical information, including Mongol history in China and Iran) (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
Ming Dynasty (overview article and images, within larger site on ancient and imperial China) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
Leon Poon (U. Maryland) The Imperial Era: The Mongolian Interlude (overview article and images, within larger history of China site)
The Mongols [Show]
Qing Dynasty (1644-1911)
Formosa (virtual exhibit on 19th century Taiwan through Western eyes, with maps, timelines, and more) (Reed C., Portland, OR)
The Opium Wars [Show]
Cameron Campbell (U. California, Los Angeles) and James Lee (Cal. tech) Papers on Chinese Population and Social History (papers in.pdf format, covering c.1750-1909) (U. California, Los Angeles)
The Qing Dynasty (articles and links, arranged by topic, within the John Fairbank memorial Chinese History Virtual Library) (Robert Gray, U. of Michigan)
Qing Dynasty (overview article and images, within larger site on ancient and imperial China) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
First Sino-Japanese War (1894-95) [Show]
Leon Poon (U. Maryland) Emergence of Modern China: The Taiping Rebellion, 1851-64 (overview article, within larger history of China site)
Modern China
General Resources [Show]
The Boxer Rebellion [Show]
Historical Chinese Language Materials in British Columbia: An Electronic Inventory (database) (U. British Columbia)
Chinese Canadian Historical Photo Exhibit (19th c. photos) (Chinese Canadian National COuncil, Toronto)
The Cultural Revolution [Show]
John Fairbank Memorial Chinese History Virtual Library: Modern (articles and images, from the Qing Period to the present) (Robert Gray, U. Michigan)
Frederick S. Litten (I. for the History of Science, Ludwig-Maximilians-U., Munich) 'The CCP and the Fujian Rebellion" (essay in translation of thesis on Communist involvement in 1930's insurgency) (1988)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Hong Kong: History (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
Indo-Chinese War (1962) [Show]
Indo-China War of 1962 (historical overview) (John Pike, Global Security.org)
A Modern Chinese History Virtual Library [Show]
The Hedda Morrison Photographs, 1933-46 (Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard U.)
Leon Poon (U. Maryland) The People's Republic of China (1 of a series of overview articles on Communist China, within larger history of China site)
Bibliography of Photo Albums and Materials related to Photography in China and Tibet before 1949 (includes images) (Thomas H. Hahn, COrnell U.)
Leon Poon (U. Maryland) Republican China (1 of a series of overview articles on Republican China, within larger history of China site)
Separate Lives, Broken Dreams: Saga of Chinese Immigration (discussion of U.S. Chinese Exclusion Act, links to related resources) (National Asian American Telecommunication Association)
Shanghai in Images: A Historical Photographic Database (in English or French) (I. of East Asian Studies, Lyon U., and Center for Chinese Studies, U. California, Berkeley)
The Second Sino-Japanese War (1931-45) [Show]
Headland, Isaac Taylor Court Life in China (1909) (full etext, within U. Virginia's electronic text collections)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: East Timor: History and Culture (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
India and Pakistan
General Resources
Internet Indian History Sourcebook (links to primary and secondary sources, arranged by topic and by period) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
An Outline of Jain History (items listed, with links to articles and related external sites) (Yashwat K. Malaiya, Colorado State U.)
Kamat's Potpourri: Timeline of India (items arranged by chronological period, with items linked to articles, plus images) (Krishnanand Kamat, et. al)
South Asian HIstory: India (links, arranged by period) (U. California, Berkeley Library)
MANAS: Indian History and Politics (Vinay Lal, U. California, Los Angeles) [Show]
A Country Study: Pakistan (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Peter Blood, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Kelley L. Ross (Los Angeles Valley C.) Emperors of the Sangoku, the "Three Kingdoms," of India, China, & Japan (article covering the general history of rule in these countries, with images, tables, and maps)
South Asian History: Pages from the History of the Indian Sub-Continent (links to articles, book reviews, and more, arranged by topic; within a larger South asian History site) (Shishir Thadani)
Ancient India
Ancient India (general resources) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
South Asian History: Ancient India (links arranged by topic) (U. California, Berkeley)
Sudheer Birodkar Ancient India's Contribution to Our World's Material (Temporal) Culture  (e-book, with chapters on ancient technology, science, and culture, with numerou simages and citations within each article)
The British Museum: Ancient India (virtual exhibit, arranged by topic)
Books (Related to Indus Valley Civilization) (bibliography) (Harappa.com)
Historical Atlas of Ancient India (within the World Civilizations site) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
Steve Muhlberger (Nipissing U., North Bay, ON) Democracy in Ancient India (essay) (1998)
Nupam's Page for the Indian Coins (images of coins, with an emphasis on ancient India, along with discussion) (Nupam Mahajan, U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
S. Kalyanaraman "Sarasvati-Sindhu Civilization (c. 3000 B.C.)" (monograph on the Sarasvati-Sindhu and other civilizations, with a focus on geographical analysis of the river)
Medieval India
Alexander in India (within a larger Alexander site) (Jed Untereker, James Kossuth, and Bill Kelsey
Vasco de Gama Round Africa to India, 1497-1498 CE  (translation; within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook at Fordham U.) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
South Asian History: Medieval India (links, arranged by topic and time period) (U. California, Berkeley Library)
The Mughals (various resources for historical investigation) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
Colonial India
The First Anglo-Afghan War (article on causes, followed by articles on battles) (Alex's Military History)
Manas: Primary Documents for the Study of Indian HIstory, 1890-2000 (bibliiographies, arranged by topic) (Vinay Lal, U. California, Los Angeles)
Sudheer Birodkar Hindu History: The British Come to Rule India and the Return of Indian Sovereignty (historical overview, including images)
British Voices in South Asia (virtual exhibit on colonial India, including articles and images, arranged by topic) (Rosan Augusta Jordan and Frank de Caro, Louisiana State U.)
Edmund Burke "Speech in Commons on India, 1783" (within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook at Fordham U.) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Robert Clive "Speech in Commons on India, 1772" (within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook at Fordham U.) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Colonial India (extensive set of links, arranged by topic) (U. California, Berkeley)
Digital Colonial Documents (multi-institutional project aimed at virtual archive of colonial documents; site still under construction, but numerous items online) (La Trobe U.)
Colonial India, Gandhi, and Eventual Independence (overview, links to texts and images; part of the Postcolonial Literary Dialogues web site at Western Michigan U.) (Josh Zuiderveen)
John Hobson "Imperialism" (1902) (economics article, within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook at Fordham U.) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Thomas Babington Macaulay, "On Empire and Education" (selections) (Internet Modern History Sourcebook at Fordham U. / Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
George Macauley Minute on Indian Education (1835) 
Robert Clive "The Battle of Plassey, 1757" (within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook at Fordham U.) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Queen Victoria's Empire: Passage to India (virtual exhibit within PBS's Empires series companion site) (Public Broadcasting Service)
Digital South Asia Library: Statistics (statistics for British colonial India) (U. Chicago)
Trading Places: The East India Company & Asia, 1600-1834 (virtual exhibit) (the British Libray, London)
Victorian and Pre-Victorian Colonial India: An Overview (articles, primary sources, including literature) (Victorian Web)
Modern India
Indo-Chinese War (1962) [Show]
South Asian History: Post-Independence India (links, arranged by topic and time period) (U. California, Berkeley Library)
Richard B. White, "The Mahar Movement's Military Component" (U. Texas)
Indonesia and Malaysia
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Indonesia: History and Culture (annotated links) (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Malaysia: History and Culture (annotated links) (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
A Country Study: Indonesia (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (William H. Frederick and Robert L. Worden, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Japan
General Resources
Bibliography of Japanese History up to 1912 (arranged both by topic and time period) (Peter Kornicki, U. of Cambridge)
A Chronology of Japanese History (fairly detailed overview, with pages arranged by periods, including information about the 'mythology' of Japanese pre-history) (David Turkington, U. Illinois at Chicago)
Currency Museum (historical exhibits, links to essays, arranged by time period) (Bank of Japan, Tokyo)
Jared Diamond (U. California, Los Angeles) "Just who are the Japanese? Where did they come from, and when?" (1998) (article focusing on linguistic distinctiveness of Japan, as well as on the history of the Ainu, Japanese, and Koreans)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Japan: History (annotated links, arranged by period) (Robert Y. Eng, U. of Redlands)
History of Euro-Japanese Cultural Relations (index of links and historical materials) (Wolfgang Michel-Zaitsu, National U. of Kyushu)
History of Japan: Nara to Modern (articles and links on history and culture, plus maps, within the Global Consortium site) (Richard Stockton C., Pomona, NJ)
Global History Consortium: The History of Japan (articles and links on history and culture, plus maps) (Richard Stockton C., Pomona, NJ)
Bill Gordon (Wesleyan U.) Japan-Related Papers and Essays (annotated list of e-texts of essays focused on modern Japanese history, along with discussions of linguistics)
History of Japan: A Chronological Outline (Amy Vladeck Heinrich, Columbia U.)
The Historiographical Institute, U. of Tokyo (includes "historical documents relating to Japan in foreign countries" section, plus organizational info; in Japanese, English, German, or French) (U. of Tokyo)
A Country Study: Japan (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Ronald E. Dolan and Robert L. Worden, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Japanese Historical Maps (East Asian Library, U. California, Berkeley)
Japanese Historical Text Initiative (archived texts, in English and in Japanese) (U. California, Berkeley)
JGuide: Stanford Guide to Japan Information Resources: History (annotated links, arranged by period) (Stanford U.)
Japan Maps (from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) (U. Texas, Austin)
Japan: Memoirs of a Secret Empire (companion site to PBS series, with virtual exhibits of aspects of life in Edo, timelines, teachign resources, and more) (Public Broadcasting Service)
Ilya Gruntov Monumenta Altaica: Altaic Linguistics (devoted to linguistic and historical analyses of Turkic, Mongolian, Japanese, Manchu-Tungus, and Korean languages; sections on "monumental" texts, grammars, articles, and more; in English or Russian)
National Museum of Japanese History  (exhibits and articles; in Japanese and in English)(Sakura, Japan)
Soramitsu: Historical-geographical tour of Nara from the air (with a satellite image of Nara as a map, you can search out articles arranged by both period and locale) (Noboru Ogata, Kyoto U.)
Japanese History Documentation Project (downloadable encyclopedia, bibliographical and history files) (Chris Spackman)
Timeline of Japanese History (article and images for each period) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
Topics in Medieval Japanese History (modules for textbooks, covering Japanese history and culture up to the 17th Century) (Pennsylvania State U.)
World Civilizations: Japan (Washington State U.) [Show]
Ancient Japan (Jomon and Yayoi Periods)
Ancient Japan (designed as a course, with historical and cultural texts, links, and more) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
Japanese Archaeology (outline, chronology, and images, both prehistoric and historic) (Charles T. Keally, Sophia U., Tokyo)
Asuka Historical Museum (articles and images) (Yasuhito Kakiya)
Gary Crawford Origins of the Ainu (opening page of site devoted to the history and culture of the Ainu, with a focus on archarological evidence) (Nova Online, Public Broadcasting Service)
Jared Diamond (U. California, Los Angeles) Japanese Roots (historical essay on Japan's prehistorical ethnic origins, from a biologist's perspective)
Memory of Jomon Period (links to articles and images, with an archaeological focus, in English) (Tokyo U.)
The Paleolithic Period/Jomon Period (within the Timeline of Japanese History exhibit; in English or in Japanes) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
Richard Hooker (Washington State U.) Ancient Japan: Jomon and Yayoi (overview)
Niigata Prefectural Museum (exhibits, news, links, with a focus on the Jomon Period; in Japanese, Chinese, or English) (Nagaoka-shi, Japan)
Opening the Doors to Jomon Culture: From the Sannai Maruyama Site to the Jomon Archipelago (overview of museum exhibit, with an image from the collection) (National Museum of Japanese History, Sakura)
Kohun and Asuka Periods (260-710)
Taku Kurashige and Rie Yamada The Asuka Period (within the Timeline of Japanese History exhibit; in English or in Japanese) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
Haniwa: Form and Meaning (exhibit overview, with numerous images and textual background) (National Museum of Japanese History, Sakura)
Charles T. Keally (Sophia U., Tokyo) Kofun Culture (essay, with bibliography)
Noboru Ogata (Kyoto U.) Kofun: Ancient Burial Mounds in Japan (overview article, within a larger site on Nara)
Classical Japan (Nara and Heian Periods)
Richard Hooker (Washington State U.) Heian Japan (overview of the Heian Period, 794-1192)
Nicolas Pioch Heian Art (historical overview, plus focus on artistic background)
The Heian Period (overview and images, within the Timeline of Japanese History exhibit; in English or in Japanese) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
Kumiko Yamachika (National Defense Academy) Jô-Bô System of Heijô-Kyô: City Planning in Ancient Japan (essay and images; within a larger site on Nara, from Kyoto U.)
Satomi Nishimura (Nara Women’s U.) "Everyday life of a nobleman in the 8th century" (essay focused on Prince Nagaya, used to illustrate 8th-century life in nara, within Kyoto U.'s Soramitsu site)
Noboru Ogata (Kyoto U.) Nara (Heijô-kyô) — The Capital of Japan in the 8th Century (essay and images, wtihin the Soramitsu site)
Soramitsu: Historical-geographical tour of Nara from the air (with a satellite image of Nara as a map, you can search out articles arranged by both period and locale) (Noboru Ogata, Kyoto U.)
Ancient Japanese writing symbols (overview of museum exhibit, with a number of relevant images) (National Museum of Japanese History, Sakura)
Feudal Japan (Kamakura, Ashikaga, Sengoku Periods)
Cyrus Amini "The Samurai of Traditional Japan" (essay providing historical overview, along with brief bibliography)(Charlotte Country Day School, NC)
Ancient Japan (designed as a course, with historical and cultural texts, links, and more) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
Azuchi Momoyama Period (1575 - 1603) (overview, within the Timeline of Japanese History exhibit; in English or in Japanese) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
Feudal Japan: Bibliography of Sources (within the World Civilizations site) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
Castles and the Unification of the Realm: 15th century to 17th century Japan (overview of exhibit, with images and text) (Natonal Museum of Japanese History, Sakura)
Richard Hooker (Washington State U.) Feudal Japan (sections on history from the Heiji War to the Ashikaga Bakufu, culture, religion, and more, within the World Civilizations site)
The Heiji War (essay, within the World Civilizations site) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
Noboru Ogata (Kyoto U.) Jôri System in the Nara Basin: Land Information System in Ancient and Medieval Japan (overview essay and images, within site devoted to Nara's history)
Kamakura (overview of the Kamakura Period, with images, within the Timeline of Japanese History exhibit; in English or in Japanese) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
Ron Knight Samurai, Ninja & Medieval Japan Site (Society for CReative Anachronism site with articles arranged by topic, plus bibliography)
Medieval Japan: 1185-1600-- Key Points (historical overview, as part of a web course) (East Asia Curriculum Project, Columbia U.)
Nanbokucho & Muromachi Period (overview with images, within the Timeline of Japanese History exhibit; in English or in Japanese) (Minnesota State U., Mankota)
Miyamoto Musashi A Book of Five Rings (Go Rin No Sho) (English translation by Victor Harris, with notes)
Anthony J. Bryant Sengoku Daimyoo (site with an emphasis on military history, with a links page, essays on history and culture, commercial offerings, and more)
Liza Dalby The Tale of Murasaki (essay about the historical context of a novel's characters, with images and texts on 11th-Century Japan)
Richard Hooker (Washington State U.) Warring States Japan (1467-1573) (overview essay of the Onin War, the Sengoku Period in general, and the close of the Ashikaga Period)
Early Modern (Tokugawa Period)
Castles and the Unification of the Realm: 15th century to 17th century Japan (overview of exhibit, with images and text) (Natonal Museum of Japanese History, Sakura)
Bibliography Historical Demography and Family in Early Modern Japan (English language, 1960 - present) (Satomi Kurosu)
Red-Haired Barbarians: The Dutch and other foreigners in Nagasaki and Yokohama, 1800-1865 (exhibition of woodblock prints) (Marien van der Heijden, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam)
Ken Matsushita Welcome to Edo (virtual tour of Edo)
Japan: Memoirs of a Secret Empire (companion site to PBS series, with virtual exhibits of aspects of life in Edo, timelines, teachign resources, and more) (Public Broadcasting Service)
Nippon in the World (sections on images of cultural life in Japan from the 17th-20th c., on the Vienna international Exposition of 1873, and on documents from Modern Japanese Political History) (National Diet Library, Tokyo)
Commodore Perry's Expedition to Japan (1853) [Show]
Richard Hooker (Washington State U.) Tokugawa Japan (1603-1868) (articles on history and culture)
Hiroyoshi Yamachika (Osaka Kyoiku U.) Tourist Maps of Nara in the Edo Period (overview essay and images, within Kyoto U.'s Soramitsu site, devoted to the history of Nara)
Jilly Traganou (U. of Westminster, London) The Fireworks of Edo, or Japan's Early (post?) Modern past (essay tracing the development from Edo (Early Modern) to Tokyo (Modern)) (Architonic, 1997)
The Floating World of Ukiyo-e: Shadow, Dreams, and Substance (virtual exhibit, with image-filled articles arranged by topic, focusing on the 17th-19th centuries) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Meiji Era (1868-1912)
Richard Hooker (Washington State U.) The Meiji Restoration (overview essay, within the World Civilizations: Modern Japan site)
Jonathan Dresner (U. Hawai'i at Hilo) How True to History is Tom Cruise's The Last Samurai? (2004) (review and essay)
Richard J. Smith (Rice U.) Meiji Japan and Late Qing China: Some Comparisons (essay, wtih tables, with sections on the Meiji Charter Oath [1868] and the Complete record of Barbarian Affairs [1880] and on statistical comparisons between Japan and China)
Thayer Watkins (San José State U.) Meiji Restoration/Revolution (essay, providing overview with a socio-economic focus)
Ronald P. Loftus (Willamette U.) The Meiji Restoration: Links (annotated links)
The Meiji Restoration and Modernization (module from the Contemporary Japan: A Teaching Workbook, with historical background and study questions) (East Asian Curriculum Project, Columbia U.)
Sidney DeVere Brown Nagasaki in the Meiji Restoration: Choshu Loyalists and British Arms Merchants (overview, with reference to the diary of Kido Takayoshi)
Bill Gordon (Wesleyan U.) "Tokugawa Period's Influence on Meiji Restoration" (essay) (2000)
Modern Japan
American-Japanese Pre- War Relations [Show]
Atomic Warfare [Show]
The Australia-Japan Research Project (articles and images, with focus on 20th-Century militray history) (Australian War Memorial)
Bill Gordon "Japan's March Towards Militarism" (2000) (overview essay tracing developments from the Meiji Restoration to the 2nd Sino-Japanese War)
Hirohito and Japan (brief historical outline, with hypertexted terms and images; part of Cornell U.'s Death of the Father: An Anthropology of Closure in Political Authority site)(Linda Fisher and John Dorneman)
Bill Gordon (Wesleyan U.) "Explanations of Japan’s Imperialistic Expansion, 1894-1910" (2003) (overvioew essay that runs through various theories of imperialism and weighs the value of these to the subject)
Japanese-American History [Show]
Constitution of the Empire of Japan, 1889 (e-text, in English) (Center for East Asian Studies, U. California, Los Angeles)
Nippon in the World (sections on images of cultural life in Japan from the 17th-20th c., on the Vienna international Exposition of 1873, and on documents from Modern Japanese Political History) (National Diet Library, Tokyo)
Bill Gordon (Wesleyan U.) "The Allied Occupation of Japan" (2000) (overview essay)
Okinawa: The American Years, 1945-1972 (biographical articles, photos, bibliographies, and more) (Nicholas Evan Sarantakes, Texas A and M U.)
Poster Exhibition (slide show exhibit of some 2600 political posters of pre-1945 Japan, in English and in Japanese) (Oohara Institute)
Japanese Old Photographs in Bakumatsu-Meiji Period (exhibits of photos from 1860-99) (Nagasaki U. Library)
Japanese Railway History (historical articles and images) (Japanese Railway and Transport Review)
Russo-Japanese War [Show]
Timothy D. Saxon Anglo-Japanese Naval Cooperation, 1914–1918  (essay)(1999)
First Sino-Japanese War (1894-95) [Show]
The Second Sino-Japanese War (1931-45) [Show]
A Joint Study of the Sino-Japanese War, 1931-1945 (bibliographies, links, documents, conference minutes, description of project seeking to connect scholars) (Asia Center, Harvard U., and Steven Phillips, Towson U.)
Jilly Traganou (U. of Westminster, London) The Fireworks of Edo, or Japan's Early (post?) Modern past (essay tracing the development from Edo (Early Modern) to Tokyo (Modern)) (Architonic, 1997)
the Ainu
Ainu: The Anatomy of an Exhibit (links to articles on history of the Ainu, in a site devoted to the museum project, within a site devoted to studies of Arctic cultures) (Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC)
Ainu: Bibliography (within the Ainu: Anatomy of an Exhibit site) (Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC)
Ainu: Spirit of a Northern People (virtual exhibit) (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC)
Gary Crawford Origins of the Ainu (opening page of site devoted to the history and culture of the Ainu, with a focus on archarological evidence) (Nova Online, Public Broadcasting Service)
The Ainu Museum (articles and images arranged by topic; English version) (Hokkaido, JP)
The Samurai
Cyrus Amini "The Samurai of Traditional Japan" (essay providing historical overview, along with brief bibliography)(Charlotte Country Day School, NC)
James Clark (Pacific U.) Bushido: The Way of the Warrior (overview, with links to articles, by subject)
Castles and the Unification of the Realm: 15th century to 17th century Japan (overview of exhibit, with images and text) (Natonal Museum of Japanese History, Sakura)
Electric Samurai: Cobweb Castle (images and brief notices on historical samurai) (Kikutake Yuji)
The Heiji War (essay, within the World Civilizations site) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
Ron Knight Samurai, Ninja & Medieval Japan Site (Society for CReative Anachronism site with articles arranged by topic, plus bibliography)
Jonathan Dresner (U. Hawai'i at Hilo) How True to History is Tom Cruise's The Last Samurai? (2004) (review and essay)
Miyamoto Musashi A Book of Five Rings (Go Rin No Sho) (English translation by Victor Harris, with notes)
Ridgeback Press (links to biographical essays, and publishing information)(Pinole, CA)
The Samurai [Show]
Samurai Archives (historical articles) (C.E. West and F.W. Seal)
Stephanie Thommes and Maggie Pedersen Samurai (articles on the history and culture of the samurai, plus a short bibliography, within the Experience Japan web site) (Creighton U.)
Korea
General Resources
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Korea: History (annotated links) (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
Global History Consortium: History of Korea (articles on history and culture, plus maps) (Richard Stockton C., Pomona, NJ)
Korean History: A Bibliography (Kenneth R. Robinson, U. Hawaii)
Korean History Project (articles, multimedia exhibits, project news, and more) (William W. Caraway)
A Country Study: North Korea (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Andrea Matles Savada, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Sea of Korea Maps Digital Archive (historical maps database) (Ken Klein, E. Asian Library, U. Southern California)
A Country Study: South Korea (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Andrea Matles Savada and William Shaw, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
(Henje Savanije) (Dankook U. Seoul) Hendrick Hamel (devoted to history of first Western explorer to report on Korea; articles and images)
The Korean War
The Korean War (within the Korean History: A Bibliography site)(Kenneth R. Robinson, U. Hawaii)
Commemorating the Korean War (virtual exhbit, with multimedia archives) (US Department of Defense)
Conflict and Consequence: The Korean War and its Unsettled Legacy  (virtual exhibit, with articles and other archived material) (Truman Presidential Museum and Library, Independence, MO)
50th Anniversary of the War to Resist US Aggression & Aid Korea  (articles, timelines, and images, through a Chinese perspective on the "Korean War") (the China Internet Information Center)
Russell A. Guegler Combat Actions in Korea (articles arranged by topic; in the US Army Historical Series)
Korean War Maps (US Army Center of Military History)
Cold War International History Project Virtual Archive: New Evidence on the Korean War (links to articles) (Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC)
Korean American Digital Archive (photographs, documents, and more, focused on the period from 1903-68) (Ken Klein, U. Southern California)
Ilya Gruntov Monumenta Altaica: Altaic Linguistics (devoted to linguistic and historical analyses of Turkic, Mongolian, Japanese, Manchu-Tungus, and Korean languages; sections on "monumental" texts, grammars, articles, and more; in English or Russian)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Laos: History and Culture (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
A Country Study: Maldives (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Mongolia
A Country Study: Mongolia (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Robert L. Worden and Andrea Matles Savada, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Mongolia: History (annotated links) (Robert Y. Eng, U. of Redlands)
Buryat Mongol: Shamanism, Folklore, and Poetry (includes links to article son history and culture) (Sangerel Odigor, Golomt Center for Shamanist Studies)
The Legacy of Genghis Khan (virtual exhibits, with historical information, including Mongol history in China and Iran) (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
Modern Mongolia: Reclaiming Genghis Khan (virtual exhibits) (U. of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the National Museum of Mongolian History, Ulaanbaatar)
The Mongols
The Legacy of Genghis Khan (virtual exhibits, with historical information, including Mongol history in China and Iran) (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
Reuven Amitai-Preiss "Mamluks and Mongols: an overview" (1995) (etext from larger book)
Modern Mongolia: Reclaiming Genghis Khan (virtual exhibits) (U. of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the National Museum of Mongolian History, Ulaanbaatar)
Mike Edwards and Jim Stanfield (National Geographic Society) The Land of Genghis Khan (photographic essay, maps, legacy of Genghis Khan in modern Mongolia)
S. A. M. Adshead "Tamerlane and the Global Arsenal, 1370-1405" (etext of selection form larger book on Central Asia)
Ilya Gruntov Monumenta Altaica: Altaic Linguistics (devoted to linguistic and historical analyses of Turkic, Mongolian, Japanese, Manchu-Tungus, and Korean languages; sections on "monumental" texts, grammars, articles, and more; in English or Russian)
Mike Edwards and Jim Stanfield (National Geographic Society) The Land of Genghis Khan (photographic essay, maps, legacy of Genghis Khan in modern Mongolia)
The Secret History of the Mongols (overview of history of medieval text on Mongols, plus bibliography) (Ilya Gruntov)
A Country Study: Nepal (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Andrea Matles Savada, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
the Philippines
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Philippines: History and Culture (annotated links) (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
A Country Study: The Philippines (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Ronald E. Dolan, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Spanish-American War
Anti-Imperialism in the United States, 1898-1935 [Show]
The Spanish-American War Centennial Website (numerous articles and background info) (Jess Giessel and Patrick McSherry)
Crucible of Empire: the Spanish-American War (educational resources, in a site devoted to the televised documentary) (PBS)
A War in Perspective, 1898-1998: Public Appeals, Memory, and the Spanish-American Conflict  (exhibit materials, arranged by subject) (New York Public Library)
A Country Study: Singapore (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Barbara Leitch Lepoer, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Sri Lanka: A Country Study (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Russell R. Ross and Andrea Matles Savada, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Taiwan: History and Culture (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
Thailand and Cambodia
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Thailand: History and Culture (annotated links) (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Cambodia: History and Culture (annotated links) (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
A Country Study: Cambodia (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Russell R. Ross, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Cambodian Genocide Program (photographs, maps, texts) (Ben Kiernan, Yale U.)
Global History Consortium: Thailand (articles on history and culture, plus maps) (Richard Stockton C., Pomona, NJ)
Global History Consortium: Cambodia (articles on history and culture, plus maps) (Richard Stockton C., Pomona, NJ)
Conflict in Indochina 1954-1979 (links to tutorial articles within the HSC Online site) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
A Country STudy: Thailand (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Barbara Leitch LePoer, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Tibet
Global History Consortium: Tibet (articles on history and culture, plus maps) (Richard Stockton C., Pomona, NJ)
Tibet (links and bibliography) (Vincent Ferraro, Mount Holyoke C.)
Vietnam
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Vietnam: History and Culture (annotated links) (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
Vietnam Documents (20th-Century primary sources, in English translation) (Vern Weitzel, australian National U.)
Global Historical Consortium: Vietnam (articles on history and culture, plus maps) (William J. Gilmore-Lehne, Richard Stockton C., Pomona, NJ)
Conflict in Indochina 1954-1979 (links to tutorial articles within the HSC Online site) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
A Country Study: Vietnam (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Ronald J. Cima, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Vietnam War
Vietnam War Bibliography (Richard Jensen, U. Illinois)
Vietnam War Bibliography (Edwin E. Moïse, Clemson U.)
Online Bookshelves: Vietnam War (CMH publications) (US Army Center of Military History)
The Historical Text Archive: Vietnam War Page (links) (Don Mabry, Mississippi St. U)
Vietnam War: Maps (US Military Academy, West Point, NY)
The My Lai Courts-Martial 1970 (multimedia resources, within larger law case site) (Douglas Linder, U. Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)
Recalling the Vietnam War (articles and interviews with numerous scholars) (Institute of International Studies, U. California, Berkeley)
The Fall of Saigon (archived articles, introductory essay by Malcolm W. Browne, and more) (the New York Times)
The Vietnam Conflict (articles, images, and other resources, arranged by topic) (John K. Swensson, De Anza C.)
Vietnam Historical Archive
Homepage (Thaddaeus Brophy/MedioNet)
Dictionary of the Vietnam War (nations, historical figures, events, concepts, etc.)
Vietnam Library 
Courses
Harold Bolitho & Andrew Gordon (Harvard U.), "Tradition and Transformation in East Asian Civilization: Japan" 
Paul D. Hanson (Harvard U.), "The Cultural Legacy of the Ancient Near East" 
Roderick MacFarquhar (Harvard U.), "Tiananmen Square" 
Ezra F. Vogel (Harvard U.), "The Rise of East Asian Industrial Society" 
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Australia
Archives New Zealand (Wellington, NZ)
Australia: WWW Virtual Library--History (numerous links, arranged by subject) (Lynn H. Nelson)
Australia's Military History: 1860-2001 (articles arranged by topic) (Department of Defense, Australia)
The Australia-Japan Research Project (articles and images, with focus on 20th-Century militray history) (Australian War Memorial)
The Australian Science Archives Project  (informational articles, images, and more) (U. of Melbourne)
The Boxer Rebellion
Fei Ch'i-hao The Boxer Rebellion, 1900 (English translation of Chinese historical text, within Paul Halsall's Modern History Sourcebook)
Boxer Uprising: China, 1900-1901 (historical overview, photos, and short bibliography) (Australian War Memorial, Canberra)
The Boxer Rebllion (historical overview and images) (J. Buschini, Small Planet Communications.com)
The Centennial of the Boxer Rebellion (article and images) (Yale U. Library)
John W. Guy "Role of the United States Marines During the Relief of Peking, The Boxer Rebellion - 1900" (article and images) (U. San Diego)
George Odgers War Against the Boxers (historical overview and photos, with emphasis on Australian participation)
Boxer Rebellion (Third China War) 1900 (articles, maps, bibliography, and links) (T.F. Mills, Regiments.org)
 The Boxer Rebellion, 1900: A Selection of Prints, Books and Photographs (Frances Wood, British Library, London)
The Electronic Journal of Australian and New Zealand History (includes archived articles) (James Cook U.)
Anthony G. Flude Pioneers in New Zealand and the South Pacific (articles and images)
Chris Healy (U. Melbourne), "In the Beginning was Captain Cook" (1997) (extract) (Australian Humanities Review)
Conflict in Indochina 1954-1979 (links to tutorial articles within the HSC Online site) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
The National Archives of Australia 
National Register of Archives and Manuscripts (in Maori or Englis; various locations across New Zealand)
John Thompson (National Library of Australia, Canberra) 'White Australia Has a Black History': Sources for Aboriginal and Strait Islander Studiues in the National Library of Australia" (1995 essay)
David Verran New Zealand Labour History (from 1937)
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Europe
General European History Resources
Center for Western European Studies (homepage, with link to "virtual" library of Western European resources) (U. of Pittsburgh)
EuroDocs: Primary Historical Documents from Western Europe (homepage, with links arranged either by time period or region) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
History of Euro-Japanese Cultural Relations (index of links and historical materials) (Wolfgang Michel-Zaitsu, National U. of Kyushu)
European History Bibliographies (arranged by subject, geared to the Yale University Library Collection) (Susanne Roberts)
World History Archive: Europe ("documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
OSSHE Historical and Cultural Atlas Resource (from ancient to modern) (U. Orgeon)
Medieval Legal History (primary texts, lecture material, links, from the Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, U. of North Florida)
Megalithic Pages (photos and info on European megalithic sites) (Jan Bily)
NetSERF: Medieval History (History Dept., Catholic U. of America)
Duane Osheim, "Plague and Public Health in Renaissance Europe" 
Printing: Renaissance and Reformation (online exhibition, covering movement from manuscript to print in European culture) (Thomas Cooper Library, U. of South Carolina)
Stone Pages (links to articles and photos about European megalithic sites) (Paola Arosio and Diego Meozzi)
Trade Products in Early Modern History (essays on economic history, arranged by products) (Carol Urness, James Ford Bell Library, U. Minnesota)
European Union/Theorizing Europe
J. Peter Burgess (U. of Oslo, "European Borders: History Of Space/Space Of History" (theory of history)
Council of Europe Council of Europe Portal (official site of the Council of Europe; in numerous languages)
History of Europe as a Supranational Region: Primary Documents (links to primary sources, from medieval to modern, within the EuroDocs site) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
European Integration History Index (sections on archives, journals, and more; within the WWW Virtual Library site, devoted to links, especially to primary sources) (Christian Lekl, Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe)
European Union Europa - The European Union online (official server of the European Union; in numerous languages)
Maastricht Treaty -- Establishment of the European Union 
For European Recovery: The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Marshall Plan (online exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Early Modern Europe: The Witch Hunts (links to primary and secondary sources, covering the European witch hunts, as well as instances in colonial America) (Frank Luttmer, Hanover C.)
World War I
World War I and its Aftermath 1914 - 1921 (links to tutorial articles within the HSC Online site) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
World War I--Trenches on the Web: An Internet History of the Great War [Show]
Eastern Europe
General Resources
Russian and East European Studies Virtual Library (homepage for society, with searchable database for links) (REES, U. of Pittsburgh)
Slavic Research Center: Useful Links (links on Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia, arranged by subject) (Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido U.)
The Vittifarne Association Expedition Vittfarne (explanation of scientific expedition to the Caucasus in the wake of the viking chieftain Ingvar the far-travelled one, in replica boat; in Swedish, English, Russian, and other Caucasus dialects)
World History Archives: History of Eastern Europe in General ("documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
A Country Study: Albania (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from early to modern times, arranged by topic) (Raymond Zickel and Walter R. Iwaskiw, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Alba Ruthenia: Belarussian History Index (history resources, from the WWW Virtual Libray web site, including links to maps and primary sources)(Mikalai M. Kaskiukowich)
A Country Study: Belarus (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from early to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Fedor, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (links to museum pages on Belarussian history and culture)
Bosnia and Herzegovina (history resources, from the WWW Virtual Libray web site, including links to maps and primary sources) (George Laughead, Jr., U. Kansas)
Bulgaria
Bulgaria-- A Country Study (links to articles on Bulgarian culture, history, and government) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Bulgarian History (links to articles extracted from a larger history) (Bojidar Dimitrov)
the National Museum of History in Sofia (virtual exhibits and museum info, plus links; in English)
Croatia--an Overview of its History, Culture and Science (numerous articles and images) (Darko Zubrinic)
Czech and Slovak History: An American Bibliography (electronic edition of full text, with introductory essay by Stanley B. Winters) (George Kovtun)
A Country Study: Czechoslovakia (Former) (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-colonial to modern times, arranged by topic) (Ihor Gawdiak, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Dacians-People of Ancient Times (numerous articles and images) (Mihai Ciocârlie)
Museum of Occupations of Estonia (info on project to trace repression during Soviet occupation; includes link page related to Estonian and Latvian history) (Kistler-Ritso Foundation, Talinn)
A Country Study: Estonia (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from early to modern times, arranged by topic) (Walter R. Iwaskiw, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Estonica: An Encyclopedia about Estonia (includes history section with a number of articles, as well as articles on culture) (Estonica.org)
Hungary
Cold War History Research Center, Budapest (homepage for organization, with bibliographies, links to archives, and more)
History of Hungary, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy: Primary Documents (links to primary sources) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
Hungarian National Museum (in Hungarian and in English)
Slavic Interest Group Hungarian Page (articles and links on Hungarian history, with an emphasis on medieval history) (Kate Jones and Lewis Tanzos)
The Museum of the Occupation of Latvia, 1940-1991 (in English or in Latvian) (Riga)
The Montenegrin Association of America (society homepage, with articles on culture and history of Montenegro) (Montenegro.otg)
Poland
Poland-- A Country Study (links to articles on Polish culture, history, and government) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Brief History of Poland (overview of Polish history, from medieval to modern) (Sharon and Peter Pfeiffer, Poland Online)
Poland on the Web: History (links arranged by subject) (State U. of New York at Buffalo)
Romania-- A Country Study (links to articles on Romanian culture, history, and government) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Yugoslavia-- A Country Study (links to articles on Yugoslavian culture, history, and government) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
France
General Resources
Center for West European Studies: France (links to sites covering history and culture) (Phil Wilkin, U. of Pittsburgh)
History of France: Primary Documents (links to primary sources, arranged by time period) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
World History Archives: History of France ("documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective")(Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
Medieval France
General Resources [Show]
Chronicles [Show]
The Hundred Years' War [Show]
The Norman Conquest of England (1066) [Show]
L'Age d'Or - French and English Baroque ("a living history and re-enactment society that aims at recreating the classical Baroque period during Louis XIV's reign in France, and Charles II (Restoration), James II and William & Mary's reign in England")
Le patrimoine de la France (info and pictures on historical French architecture, churches, stained-glass windows, etc.)
Modern France: An Informational Database (select links and info on France from the 18th century on)
Renaissance France
Backgrounds to the Italian Renaissance (article on historical context, with focus on relations with France; in World Civilizations site) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
18th-19th Century France
The Crimean War 1854-56 (historical overview, plus articles on battles) (Alex's Military History)
1755: The French and Indian War Page (tables, links, and more) (Larry Roux, Syracuse U.)
Francis Parkman Count Frontenac and New France Under Louis XIV (1877) (analysis of military conflicts in North America in the 1690s) (Project Gutenberg, U. Pennsylvania)
Napoleon And The Revolutionary Wars [Show]
Paris Maps (18th- and 19th-century maps) (Barry Bergdoll, Columbia U.)
The Paris Commune Archive (Dana Ward, Pitzer C.)
The Paris Commune 1871: Lessons for Democracy ("an account of an experiment in popular power, with many links to web sites, recommended reading, bookshops, also selections from contemporary memoirs now translated into English for the first time") (Val Secretan)
French Revolution [Show]
20th-Century France
Charles de Gaulle Speech at Constantine, Algeria, October 3, 1958 (English translation, within Fordham U.'s Internet Modern Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
The French in West Africa (overview essay and bibliography) (Ali B. Ali-Dinar, U. Pennsylvania)
Germany, Austria, and Switzerland
General Resources
History of Germany: Primary Documents (links to primary documents, arranged by time period) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
History of Switzerland: Primary Documents (links to primary sources for Swiss history) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
Archive in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (links to various archives in Germany; in German or English)(Andreas Hanacek)
Archive in der Schweiz (list of Swiss archives, in German, French, and Italian) (Markus Lischer, Verein Schweizerischer Archivarinnen und Archivare)
Deutsche Internet Bibliothek: Geschichte (annotated links, with many pages for periods and regions)
German Studies Web: History (links to numerous historical sites relevant to Germany, Austrian, and Swiss history) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
German History (history resources, from the WWW Virtual Libray web site, including links to maps and primary sources)(Stuart Jenks, Friedrich-Alexander U. Erlangen-Nuernberg)
Geschichte im Internet (links to historical sources, in German) (U. of Dortmund)
History of Austria, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy: Primary Documents (links to primary sources for Austrian history) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
Jewish History in Germany (history resources, from the WWW Virtual Libray web site, including links to maps and primary sources)(Stuart Jenks, Friedrich-Alexander U. Erlangen-Nuernberg)
IEG--Maps (maps of Germany and Europe, in German) (Andreas Kunz, U. of Mainz)
Virtual Library: German History (links, arranged by subject and chronology) (Stuart Jenks, U. of Erlangen)
Medieval Germany
Medieval Germany: Primary Documents (links to online sources) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
Gerhard Rempel (Western New England C.),  (essay, covering entire medieval period)
Warfare in Medieval Germany and Switzerland (links to primary sources) (De Re Militari)
Early Modern Europe: The Witch Hunts (links to primary and secondary sources, covering the European witch hunts, as well as instances in colonial America) (Frank Luttmer, Hanover C.)
Early Modern Germany
The Battle of Lepanto (articles on battle, background and consequences) (Alex's Military History)
Early Modern Europe: The Witch Hunts (links to primary and secondary sources, covering the European witch hunts, as well as instances in colonial America) (Frank Luttmer, Hanover C.)
20th-Century Germany
An Auschwitz Alphabet (info and quotes about Auschwitz in a glossary-like arrangement) (Jonathan Blumen)
The German Internet Project: The Berlin Wall 1961-1989 (U North Carolina, Greensboro)
Germany 1918-1945 (tutorial article, within the HSC Online site) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
South Carolina Voices: Lessons from the Holocaust (South Carolina ETV)
Greece
Aegean Prehistory Web Resources (in English, Italian, or Dutch)(Andrea Viarello, Venice U., and U. of Sheffield, UK)
Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great (virtual exhibit) (History Channel.com)
Alexander in Brief (annotated links on online Alexander resources) (Tim Spalding)
The Jewish Encyclopedia: Alexander the Great (article on Alexander's relation to Jewish history)
Alexander the Great of Macedon: From History to Eternity (articles with images, arranged by topic, covering Alexander;s full career) (John J. Popovic)
Alexander the Great: Bibliography (John Paul Adams, Cal State U., Northridge)
Empire of Alexander the Great- -Expansion into Asia and Central Asia (overview article and links) (Irma Marx, Silkroad Foundation)
Chris Whitten Alexander the Great: World Conqueror (essay with images and maps, giving historical overview)
Ancient Greece (links to tutorial articles on Bronze Age, Minoan and other topics, within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Discovery Channel Asia: Greece (links to pages of articles, arranged by topic) (Discovery Channel Asia)
Ancient Wonders: A Web Quest into Antiquities (articles and images, arranged by region and by area; includes links) (Joshua Delorenzo and Thomas Caswell)
The Ancient City of Athens ("a photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural remains of ancient Athens) (Kevin T. GLowacki, Indiana U)
Ancient Greek Sites on the World-Wide Web (a wide range of resources under the following four meta-topics: Authors & Texts; Art & Images; Resources & Topics; Maps & Geography) (Bob Fisher)
The Ancient Greek World (virtual museum exhibition) (U. of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology)
The Ancient Olympic Games Virtual Museum (requires registration) (Fillia Makedon, Dartmouth C.)
The Black Sea Trade Project (focus on Sinop, a Greek and Roman colony on the Turkish Black Sea coast; includes historical articles and field reports) (Fredrik T. Hiebert, U. of Pennsylvania)
The Colossous at Rhodes (text and images, within the Seven Wonders of the Ancient Wrold site) (Alaa K. Ashmawy, U. South Florida)
The Development of the Greek World, 800-500 BC (links to tutorial articles within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Herodotus, The History of Herodotus (Rawlinson translation into English) (Internet Classics Archive, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Greek and Roman History: Links, Documents, Notes (annotated links, including on-site articles and primary sources, arranged by period) (John Paul Adams, California State U., Northridge)
Pericles (tutorial article within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Gregory Crane (Tufts U.) The Case of Plataia: Start of a World War and an End of History (hypetexted essay on the Greek city-state and its militrary history, plus bibliography)
Ships of the Ancient Greeks ("An Annotated Collection of Internet Resources: Archaeology Sites, History Sites, Classics Sites, Museum Sites,Bibliographies, Syllabi, Articles, Lectures, Book Reviews, and Images") (Bob Fisher)
The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus (text and images, within the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World site) (Alaa K. Ashmawy, U. South Florida)
Thucydides History of The Peloponnesian War (Crawley English translation) (Internet Classics Archive, Massachusetts I. of Technology)
Warfare in the Greco-Roman World (includes articles and links, arranged by geographical area) (James MacLean)
The Statue of Zeus at Olympia (text and images, within the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World site) (Alaa K. Ashmawy, U. South Florida)
Ireland
Irish Culture & Society (dedicated to Irish cultural and postcolonial studies) (Gary Pearce)
General Resources for Irish History
An Ireland Reading List (Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim)
Chronological Dates in Irish History (U. North Carolina)
History of Ireland: Primary Documents (annotated links, from ancient to modern; within the Eurodocs site) (Brighham Young U.)
Raphael Holinshed The Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland.) (facsimile reproductions from the 1587 Denham print) (Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image, U. Pennsylvania)
Irish History on the Web (Jacqueline Dana)
A Comprehensive Online Guide to Writing About British and Irish History (searchable database of bibliography for British and Irish historical research) (Royal Historical Society, U. College, London)
World History Archives: History of Ireland ("documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
Medieval Ireland
The Bull of Pope Adrian IV Empowering Henry II to Conquer Ireland. A.D. 1155 (e-text, in English) (Avalon Project, Yale U.)
Early Modern Ireland
Laws in Ireland for the Suppression of Popery, or The Penal Laws (e-texts of statutes) (Patricia Schaffer, U. Minnesota)
Edmund Spenser, A vewe of the present state of Ireland ("a scholarly edition of Gonville & Caius College Cambridge MS 188/221... Includes an introduction, textual notes, collaborative interpretive notes, and an archive of supplementary materials"; within the CERES site) (Andrew Zurcher, Cambridge U.)
Edmund Spenser A View of the Present State of Ireland (e-text "prepared from the text found in Grosart [1894] and checked with Renwick's edition of the Rawlinson MS [Scholartis, 1934]") (Richard Bear, U. Oregon)
Witches and Witch trials in England, the Channel Islands, Ireland and Scotland (chronologically listed data for juridical evidence of witch huunts, including citation of sources) (Marc Carlson, U. of Tulsa)
The Irish Potato Famine
Interpreting The Irish Famine, 1846-1850 (background essays, images, primary sources, arranged by topic, plus bibliography) (Liz Szabo, U. Virginia)
The Irish Famine (Authentic Ireland Travel)
The Irish Potato Famine Page (articles and images, recipes, and more) (Conrad Jay Bladey)
Irish Views of the Famine (primary sources, including diaries and newspaper accounts) (U. Virginia)
Modern Ireland
Proclamation of the Irish Republic, 24 April 1916 (e-text, within First World War.com site) (Michael Duffy)
Regionalism and Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Queen's U. of Belfast, April 4-6, 1997) (Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland)
Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
Raphael Holinshed A Treatise conteining a plaine and perfect description of Ireland [Selections] (facsimile reproductions from the 1586 Denham print of The Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland.) (Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image, U. Pennsylvania)
National Archives: Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066-1603 (virtual exhibits, with primary documents, maps, and more; sections on Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, and France) (National Archives, London, UK)
Northern Ireland Timeline (U. Ulster Northern Ireland)
Views of the Famine ("selection of contemporary reports related to the Irish tragedy of 1845-51, from: The Illustrated London News, The Pictorial Times, Punch") (Steve Taylor)
Italy (and Ancient Rome)
Ancient Rome
The Black Sea Trade Project (focus on Sinop, a Greek and Roman colony on the Turkish Black Sea coast; includes historical articles and field reports) (Fredrik T. Hiebert, U. of Pennsylvania)
Julius Caesar (tutorial article, within the HSC Online site) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
De Imperatoribus Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors (articles, as well as images from coins and atlases) (Richard D. Weigel, Western Kentucky U.)
The fall of the Roman Republic 78 - 28 BC: The formation and breakdown of the First Triumvirate (tutorial article, within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Roman Empire: Imperium Romanorum (historical material on Roman censors, consuls, and emperors) (Clifton R. Fox , Tomball C., Texas)
Greek and Roman History: Links, Documents, Notes (annotated links, including on-site articles and primary sources, arranged by period) (John Paul Adams, California State U., Northridge)
Lucan Pharsalia (aka "The Civil War") (1896 Ridley English translation; Online Medieval and Classical Library) (U. California, Berkeley)
Late Antiquity (annotated links on online resources) (ORB, Nipissing U.)
Political Revolution in Rome 133 - 78 BC: The Role of and Challenges to the Senate (tutorial article, within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Roman Law (in Latin, English, German, and Italian) (Law-related Internet Project, U. Saarbrücken)
P. Cornelius Tacitus [Show]
Traditions of Magic in Late Antiquity (online exhibition on "magic and its practitioners in the Mediterranean basin and the Near East from the 1st to the 7th centuries A.D.") (Gideon Bohak, U. of Michigan Library)
Warfare in the Greco-Roman World (includes articles and links, arranged by geographical area) (James MacLean)
Windows on Italy: the Early Italic Tribes (general overview of Italy's history, up tot he Classical period) (the Italic Institute of America)
Roman society in the time of Cicero: Role of Women (tutorial article, within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Plutarch Works (links to texts in English translated by Dryden) (Internet Classics Archive, Massachusetts I. of Technology)
Jacob Burckhardt, The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy (electronic edition of Middlemore's 1878 translation into English, arranged by subject)(E. L. Skip Knox, Boise State U.)
Italian History Index (sections on archives, links, and journals; within the WWW Vitual Library site)(Serge Noiret, European Unversity Institute, Dan Domenico, FI)
Medioevo Italiano Project (research on Italian medievalist scholarship on the internet; in Italian and in English) (Angelo Gambella and Roberta Fidanzia,Medioevo Italiano Project
Medieval Italy
Medioevo Italiano (discussion list devoted to medieval Italy, with postings primarily in Italian) (Angelo Gambella)
Vatican Exhibit (virtual exhibit, including images of the Vatican Library) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Online Catasto of 1427 (searchable tax data for Florence, 1427-29)
Renaissance Italy
Backgrounds to the Italian Renaissance (article on historical context, with focus on relations with France; in World Civilizations site) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
Leonoardo da Vinci: From inspiration to innovation  (virtual exhibit, with viewable reproductions of the Codex Arundel, a 16th-century manuscript, as well as background articles, and more; in the Treasures collection) (the British Library, London, UK)
Renaissance History (annotated links on general history, but with an emphasis on Italy) (Providence C.)
the Netherlands and Belgium
Belgian History Index (links arranged by topics; within the WWW Virtual Library web site) (Steven Leysen )
History of Belgium: Primary Documents (link page, within the EuroDocs site) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
Red-Haired Barbarians: The Dutch and other foreigners in Nagasaki and Yokohama, 1800-1865 (exhibition of woodblock prints) (Marien van der Heijden, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam)
Hendrik Hamel Page (presents a view of early Korea by documenting the history of Hendrik Hamel, "the discoverer [the Marco Polo] of Korea"; includes English translation of Hamel's journal) (Henny Savenije [Lee Hae Kang])
History of the Netherlands: Primary Documents (links to primary documents, arranged by time period) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
Netherlands Historical Data Archive 
Royal Dutch Historical Society (in Dutch)
Russia and the Ukraine
General Resources
ArcheoBiblioBase: Archives in Russia (Patricia Kennedy Grimsted, Harvard U., and the Federal Archival Agency of Russia)
A Chronology of Russian History (timelines arranged by period; each timeline has links to info about items) (RObert Beard, Bucknell U., Lewiston, PA)
Documents in Russian History: An On-Line Sourcebook (selections from texts, as well as links) (Seton Hall U.)
The Empire That Was: The Prokudin-Gorski Photographic Record Recreated (virtual exhibits, arranged by subject) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Beyond the Pale: The History of Jews in Russia (virtual exhibits, arranged by topic; in English and in Russian) (Joke Kniesmeyer)
Russian and East European Studies Virtual Library (homepage for society, with searchable database for links) (REES, U. of Pittsburgh)
Russia-- A Country Study (links to numerous articles on Russian history, culture, and government) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
Russian History (annotated links) (Robert Beard, Bucknell U.)
Russian History (articles organized by time period) (Dept. of Slavonic Studies, Durham U.)
Russian History (annotated links) (Robert Beard, Bucknell U., Lewiston, PA)
Russian Navy (homepage, in Russian or in English; links to history of navy, as well as to naval museum)
Russian History Index (sections on archives, links, and journals; within the WWW Vitual Library site) (Daria Khlestkina and Tatiana Fazio)
Sher's Russian Index (links on Russian culture and history, arranged by subject) (Benjamin Sher)
Slavic Research Center: Useful Links (links on Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia, arranged by subject) (Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido U.)
World History Archives: History of Eastern Europe in General (includes link pages for Russia, Ukraine, Poland and others, with "documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
Medieval Russia
Chronology of Russian History: the Kievan and Appanage Periods  (859-1689) (Robert Beard, Bucknell U., Lewiston, PA)
Khazaria: A Resource for Turkic and Jewish History in Russia and Ukraine (historical overview, links (including maps), organization news, and more) (Kevin Brook)
Medieval Russia Knowledge Page (historical and cultural essays) (Jennifer D. Miller)
Medieval Russia Links and Research (annotated links) (Jennifer D. Miller)
William Richard Morfill A Brief History: Medieval Russia (from Russian History)
The Chronicle of Nestor (selection on founding of Kiev, from Walsh's English translation, Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
The Novogorod Chronicle: Selected Annals (in English translation, from the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Ruskaia Pravda (English translations of Russian laws, from The Primary Chronicle) (U. Durham)
The Varangians (Normans) and the Origins of the Russian and Ukrainian States. (historical overview) (U. Durham)
Vikings in Russia: Archaeological treasures from Staraia Ladoga and Novgorod (description of a Swedish exhibition) (U. Durham)
Early Modern Russia
The Crimean War 1854-56 (historical overview, plus articles on battles) (Alex's Military History)
Peter the Great and the Rise of Russia, 1682-1725 (English translations of contemporary accounts of Peter the Great, within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Battles of the Great Northern War 1700-1721 (chronology of battles, links, and two background articles) (Ken Sharman)
Modern Russia
In the Beginning Was the Word: The Russian Church and Native Alaskan Cultures (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Walter Moss (Eastern Michigan U.) Alexander II and His Times: A Narrative History of Russia in the Age of Alexander II, Tolstoy and Dostoevsky (articles, maps, timelines, images, and more)
Anarchy Archives: History of Anarchism in Russia (bibliography, arranged by subject) (Pitzer C.)
The Anglo-Russian Entente, 1907 (e-text, within the Avalon Project site) (Yale U.)
Bibliographical Research Guide to Soviet History (Andrea Graziosi, U. Naples)
The Carpatho-Rusyn Knowledge Base (links to articles on the cultural and historical background of the Carpatho-Rusyn peoples in the borderlands of Ukraine and Eastern Europe) (G. Gressa, Carpatho-Rusyn.org)
Central Armed Forces Museum, Russia (articles and images; in Russian and in English)
The Memoirs of Nikita Khrushchev (Brown U. Library)
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)
Revelations from the Russian Archives (primary documents, primarily from the Soviet era) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Virtual Guide to the History of Russian Science and Technology (archives, bibliographies, and more) (Massachusetts I. of Technology)
Russian Empire, 1895-1910: Photographs from stereoscopic negatives in the Keystone-Mast Collection (California Museum of Photography, U. California, Riverside)
the Russian Revolution [Show]
The Russo-Japanese War Research Society (numerous articles, documents, and images)
Soviet Archives [Show]
Soviet Republics (Former) [Show]
Russia/Soviet Union 1917-1945 (tutorial article, within the HSC Online site) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Georgi H. Zhukov (link to archived essays covering 20th-century Russian/Soviet military activities, plus links; in Russian or in English) (Robert Beckhusen)
Scandinavia
General Resources
Center for Western European Studies: Scandinavia (links, arranged by nation, in English) (Phil Wilken (U. of Pittsburgh)
Project Runeburg: Catalog (homepage in English; links to numerous primary texts in various Scandinavian languages) (Linköping U., Sweden)
Scandanavia Studies Web (links to scholarly sources, within the Western European Sections Studies Web) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
World History Archives: History of Scandinavia ("documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
Medieval Scandinavia
Nova: The Vikings (companion site to series, includes texts and images, as well as video and links) (Nova, PBS.org)
Regia Anglorum (homepage for group devoted to "Anglo-Saxon, Viking, Norman and British Living History," with links to articles and news about re-enactment activities)
Snorri Sturluson Heimskringla, or The Chronicle of the Kings of Norway (English translation of full text) (Online Medieval and Classical Library, U. of California, berkeley)
Viking Heritage (homepage, with link to general information including history, maps, and images) (Gotland U.)
Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga (virtual exhibit) (Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC)
The Vittifarne Association Expedition Vittfarne (explanation of scientific expedition to the Caucasus in the wake of the viking chieftain Ingvar the far-travelled one, in replica boat; in Swedish, English, Russian, and other Caucasus dialects)
World of the Vikings (homepage for collaborative project with page of Viking links) (National Museum of Denmark and York Archaeological Trust)
Denmark
Danish History (timeline, with images) (Antti Lahelma and Johan Olofsson)
Denmark and the Crusading Movement (project description, articles, links, and more) (U. Southern Denmark)
Historisk Tidsskrift (journal of Danish and Nordic history; also includes research by Danish historians on other areas of history; in Danish with some English abstracts)
History of Denmark: Primary Documents (links to primary sources) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
Finland
Finland-- A Country Study (links to articles on Finnish culture, history, and government) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
History of Finland: Primary Documents (links to primary sources, arranged by time period) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
Finnish Witch Trials in Synopsis (1500-1750) (essay, with bibliography) (Marko Nenonen and Timo Kervinen)
Iceland
Center for West European Studies (links) (Hil Wilken, U. of Pittsburgh)
Constitution of the Republic of Iceland (in English) (Government Offices of Iceland)
History of Iceland: Primary Documents (links to primary sources) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
Iceland History (timeline, with images) (Antti Lahelma, U. of Helsinki)
National and University Library of Iceland (in Icelandic, with link to translate to English)
Norway
Digital Archives: National Archives of Norway 
Norwegian History (timeline) (Antti Lahelma)
Norway 1940-45: Nazi Posters, Photos, Illegal Pamphlets, etc. (searchable image archive; texts and descriptions mainly in Norwegian) (U. Oslo Library)
The Norwegian Historical Data Centre (homepage for project, focused on censuses in the 18th and 19th Centuries) (U. of Tromsø)
Orkneyjar-- The Heritage of the Orkney Islands (homepage with links to primary and secondary historical texts, as well as numerous articles and images related to Orkney culture) (Sigurd Towrie)
Sweden
Swedish History (timeline, with images) (Antti Lahelma and Johan Olofsson)
History of Sweden: Primary Documents (links to primary sources) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young u.)
Iron Age in Southwest Sweden ("presents results from excavations of Iron Age and Early Medieval sites in southwest Sweden"; in English and in Swedish)
Battles of the Great Northern War 1700-1721 (chronology of battles, links, and two background articles) (Ken Sharman)
Spain and Portugal
1492 Exhibit (Columbus and the New World) (Library of Congress electronic exhibit)
The Conquistadors
Gerard Pigeon (U. California, Santa Barbara) The Antillians: The Spanish Conquistadors (section on conquistador activity, within a site devoted to the Antillian islands)
Cabeza de Vaca: All the World is Human (virtual exhibit within the Conquistadors site based on the work of Michael Wood) (Public Broadcasting Service)
1492 Exhibit (Columbus and the New World) (Library of Congress electronic exhibit)
Michael Wood, et. al. Conquistadors (virtual exhibits on da Vaca, Cortes, Pizarro, and Orellana) (Public Broadcasting Service)
Pizarro: The Conquest of the Incas (virtual exhibit within the Conquistadors site based on the work of Michael Wood) (Public Broadcasting Service)
The Conquest of the Aztec Empire: Hernán Cortés (overview, within "The European Voyages of Exploration" site) (U. Calgary)
Bryan Pavlovich Hernando Cortez (historical overview by a high school student, with images and bibliography)
Franco de los Cobos Instructions to Conquistadors, 1517 (English translation of original text) East Tennessee State U.)
Ancient Middle America: European Exploration (map of Aztec empire, images, links)(Tim Roufs, U. Minnesota, Duluth)
A Journey through the Spanish Conquest (features timeline, bibliography, primary sources form both native and Spanish participants, plus conquistador biographies) (Jeff Schultz and Sean Johnson, U. Michigan)
The Spanish Invasion: Cortés and La Malinche (part 1 of multi-page historical overview of the conquest of Mexico, within the MEChA site) (MECHA, California State U., Los Angeles)
D'Història (well-organized, annotated Spanish history site; includes resources on the Iberian Peninsula; in Spanish) (Anaclet Pons, U. Valencia)
Hispanos Famosos (page dedicated to the celebration of Hispanic heritage, with a
History of Portugal: Primary Documents (links to primary sources) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
History of Spain: Primary Documents (links to primary sources) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
Portugal-- A Country Study (links to articles on Portuguese culture, history, and government) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Janet Schaw, Journal of a Lady of Quality, Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the years 1774 to 1776 (wlink to full text; links to other articles; ithin the Documenting the American South site) (U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Sí Spain
Homepage of Sí Spain  (includes info on contemporary and historical Spain) (Embassy of Spain in Ottawa, Canada)
History of Spain 
The Peninsular War and the Constitution of 1812 (Embassy of Spain in Ottawa, Canada)
Spain-- A Country Study (links to articles on Spanish culture, history, and government) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Spanish History Index (within the WWW Virtual Libray site, focused on links to primary sources) (Iñaki López Martín, European University Institute, San Domenico, FI)
The Spanish-American War
Anti-Imperialism in the United States, 1898-1935 [Show]
The Spanish-American War Centennial Website (numerous articles and background info) (Jess Giessel and Patrick McSherry)
Crucible of Empire: the Spanish-American War (educational resources, in a site devoted to the televised documentary) (PBS)
A War in Perspective, 1898-1998: Public Appeals, Memory, and the Spanish-American Conflict  (exhibit materials, arranged by subject) (New York Public Library)
The Spanish Civil War (Dana Ward, Pitzer C.)
U.K.
General British History Resources
Archives [Show]
Gardiner's Atlas of English History (historical maps from Gardiner's 1892 historical atlas) (Pam Rietsch)
John E. Muter Bloody, Bloody Britain: Battles on British Soil, 55 BC-1797 (lists of battles with texts on background, plus bibliography) (Alex's Military History)
Britannia: History [Show]
Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History (homepage, with lists of papers, arranged by topic, on the UK, but with a focus on Southwest England) (Ian Maxted, Devon County Council)
Center for Western European Studies: United Kingdom (links to sites devoted to historical and contemporary studies of Enlgand, Scotland, and Wales) (Phil Wilkin, U. of Pittsburgh)
Cornwall: Heritage and History (links to articles, archivs, and images) (Cornish City Council)
EuroDocs: History of the United Kingdom: Primary Documents (links to "transcriptions, facsimiles and translations" of key historical documents) (Richard Hacken, Brigham Young U.)
Government [Show]
H-Albion: The H-Net Discussion Network for British and Irish History (archived messages concerning historiography and related issues, teaching resources, links, and more) (Michigan State U.)
Ian's English Calendar (dating resource for students of English history and literature: "converts between old and new style dates, calculates day of the week, British regnal years, and the date of Easter and other moveable religious holidays") (Ian McInnes, Albion C., Albion, MI)
John Bull and Uncle Sam: Four Centuries of British-American Relations (virtual exhibit) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
Manx National Heritage (links to articles on history, archives, and images) (Isle of Man Government)
A Manx Notebook (links to various articles and sites about Manx culture and history) (Frances Coakley)
National Archives: Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066-1603 (virtual exhibits, with primary documents, maps, and more; sections on Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, and France) (National Archives, London, UK)
Naval History: Great Britain (links to primary sources, such as catalogues and contemporary journalistic pieces) (Lars Bruzelius)
An England Reading List (Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim)
A Comprehensive Online Guide to Writing About British and Irish History (searchable database of bibliography for British and Irish historical research) (Royal Historical Society, U. College, London)
Peter Higginbotham The Workhouse (history of the workhouse across Britain, Poor Laws, and related topics, 1601-1930; includes images, transcriptions, articles, and more)
Scotland General Resources
Scotland's Past (homepage for site devoted to Scottish history and archaeology)(Fergie Meek)
Alex's Military History: The Scottish Trilogy (links to homepages for detailed sites devoted to the battles of Stirling Bridge, Bannockburn, and Culloden) (Alex's Military History)
Charting the Nation: Maps of Scotland and Associated Archives (articles, images, and maps, "together with important manuscript and printed texts relating to the geography and mapping of Scotland from 1550 to 1740 and beyond") (Edinburgh U. Library)
Electric Scotland (homepage for a megasite about Scotland, with sections on Scottish history, as well as information about clan lineage) (Alistair I. McIntyre)
The Gateway to Scotland (overview articles on Scottish culture and history, with links to articles about hypertext-marked subjects [both on-site articles and some links to external sites], timelines, maps, links, and many more resources) (Bruce M. Gittings, U. Edinburgh)
Raphael Holinshed The Historie of Scotland, conteining the beginning, increase, proceedings, acts and gouernement of the Scotish nation  (facsimile reproductions from the 1585 Denham print) (Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image, U. Pennsylvania)
National Library of Scotland: Digital Maps of Scotland (historical maps) (Edinburgh, Scotland)
National Archives: Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066-1603 (virtual exhibits, with primary documents, maps, and more; sections on Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, and France) (National Archives, London, UK)
Orkneyjar-- The Heritage of the Orkney Islands (homepage with links to primary and secondary historical texts, as well as numerous articles and images related to Orkney culture) (Sigurd Towrie)
Rampant Scotland Directory: History (annotated links, within a larger site devoted to Scotland)
Scottish Documents.com ("free access to a fully searchable index of over 520,000 Scottish wills and testaments dating from 1500 to 1901") (Scottish Archive Network)
Scottish Economic History Database, 1550 - 1780 (database for statistics) (Alex Gibson, Exeter U.)
Scotland: Notable Dates in History (Bruce M. Gittings, U. of Edinburgh)
A Scotland Reading List (Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim)
The Survey of Scottish Witchcraft: 1563-1736 (searchable database containing relevant court records; also includes an introductory essay, bibliography, and links) (Julian Goodare, Lauren Martin, Joyce Miller and Louise Yeoman, U. of Edinburgh)
Wales General Resources
Annales Cambrię version A (Latin text, based on the Phillmore print) (Keith Matthews)
Documents in Welsh History (links to primary sources, within the Gwarnant site) (Jeff Davies)
"History and Status of the Welsh Language" (Geraint Jones, Oxford U.)
National Archives: Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066-1603 (virtual exhibits, with primary documents, maps, and more; sections on Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, and France) (National Archives, London, UK)
the Powys Digital History Project. (the "local history of communities in the heart of Wales from archive documents, photographs, and early maps," with 6 communities to examine) (Powys County Archives)
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales (Welsh Assembly Government)
A Wales Reading List (Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim)
Dark Age and Roman Britain
General Resources [Show]
Chronicles [Show]
English Heritage Ancient Monuments Laboratory 
Roman Scotland: An Exhibition (Hunterian Museum, Glasgow)
Vindolanda Tablets Online (database for tablets, virtual exhibit with articles on the historical background, and more) (Center for the STudy of Ancient Documents, and Oxford U.)
Anglo-Saxon Period
General Resources [Show]
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (transcriptions into Old English, with very full editorial discussion, within the Georgetown Labyrinth site) (Tony Jebson)
Anglo-Saxon and Viking Yorkshire (U. of York)
Asser The Life of King Alfred (1847 English translation by Giles, , plus bibliography)(Online Medieval and Classical Library, U. California, Berkeley)
Bede (aka The Venerable Bede) [Show]
The Laws of Alfred and Ine (Old English, based on Fowler and Smith edition of the Parker Chronicle MS) (Tony Jebson)
Medieval and Anglo-Saxon Recipes (recipes, in modern English, from The British Museum Cookbook (Michelle Berriedale-Johnson)
The Norman Conquest of England (1066) [Show]
Tony Jebson The Ruthwell Cross (attempt to reconstruct inscription, with diagram, background, and references)
The Vikings [Show]
The Vikings and Money in England (essay based on the work of Glyn Davies) (Roy Davies, U. of Exeter)
Medieval Britain
General Resources [Show]
The Battle of Bannockburn (articles on details of battle, background and consequences) (Alex's Military History)
The Black Death [Show]
Selections from the Correspondence and Memoranda of the Cely Family, Merchants of the Staple, 1475-88 (e-text of 1909 edition by Henry Elliot Malden) (Richard III Historical Society, American Branch)
Chroniclers [Show]
The Hundred Years' War [Show]
Law and Government [Show]
Lollard Society HomePage 
Monarchs [Show]
National Archives: Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066-1603 (virtual exhibits, with primary documents, maps, and more; sections on Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, and France) (National Archives, London, UK)
The Peasants' Revolt [Show]
Stirling Bridge (articles detailing background of battle, the battle itself, and consequences) (Alex's Military History)
Tudors (and Stuarts) Page (historical information, illustrations) (Welford and Wickham Primary School, Berkshire, England)
Castles of Wales (homepage, with links to historical articles, links on Welsh history, and images of castles) (Jeffrey L. Thomas)
The Wars of the Roses [Show]
Wharram Percy (Yorkshire): The Lost Medieval Village (Ken Tompkins, Richard Stockton C., N.J.)
Early Modern Britain
General Resources [Show]
Francis Bacon Historia Regni Henrici Septimi Regis Angliae (printed 1638) (hypertext edition, in Latin and in English, within U. Birmingham's Philological Museum) (Dana F. Sutton, U. California, Irvine)
Francis Bacon Sermones Fideles sive Interiora Rerum (printed 1638) (hypertext edition, in Latin, along with introduction, within U. Birmingham's Philological Museum) (Dana F. Sutton, U. California, Irvine)
Jessica A. Browner, "Wrong Side of the River: London's Disreputable South Bank in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century" (1994) (Essays in History)
William Camden Annales Rerum Gestarum Angliae et Hiberniae Regnante Elizabetha (1615 and 1625) (hypertext edition, in Latin and in English, with the Bacon annotations, within U. Birmingham's Philological Museum) (Dana F. Sutton, U. California, Irvine)
William Camden Britannia (1607) with an English translation by Philemon Holland (hypertext edition, in Latin and in English, within U. Birmingham's Philological Museum) (Dana F. Sutton, U. California, Irvine)
William Camden Diary (1603 - 1623)  (hypertext edition, in Latin and in English, with critical introduction, within U. Birmingham's Philological Museum) (Dana F. Sutton, U. California, Irvine)
Sir Francis Drake (articles and images) (Oliver Seeler)
East India Company (National Computer Board, Singapore)
Elizabeth I Selected Writing and Speeches (e-texts, within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Elizabeth I: Ruler and Legend (virtual exhibit, with pages by topic, timelines, and links) (Newberry Library, Chicago, IL)
The Archive of John Evelyn (e-texts of his diaries, within a virtual exhibition) (the British Library, London, UK)
Gunpowder Plot Pages (includes multimedia) (Center For Fawkesian Pursuits)
Gunpowder Plot Society 
Raphael Holinshed Henrie the eight, sonne and successor to Henrie the seuenth (facsimile reproductions from the 1587 Denham print of The Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland.) (Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image, U. Pennsylvania)
Elizabethan Heraldry (introductory essays, excerpts from primary sources, and more) (John Neitz and Paula Katherine Marmror
Raphael Holinshed An Historicall description of the Iland of Britaine [Selections]. From The Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland.  (facsimile reproductions from the 1587 Henry Denham print) (Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image, U. Pennsylvania)
The Mary Rose Museum (virtual exhibit on a warship from Henry VIII's navy) (Mary Rose Trust, Portsmouth, UK)
The Philological Museum ("a site devoted to Humanistic Letters, principally British"; includes a library of e-texts, many edited by Dana F. Sutton of U. California, irvine, along with a bibliography of neo-Latin texts (the Shakespeare Institute, U. Birmingham)
Ian Jessiman A General Study of the Plague in England 1539-1640 With a Specific Reference to Loughborough (overview essay, with images and bibliography within the endnotes)
Early Modern Scotland [Show]
Edmund Spenser, A vewe of the present state of Ireland ("a scholarly edition of Gonville & Caius College Cambridge MS 188/221... Includes an introduction, textual notes, collaborative interpretive notes, and an archive of supplementary materials"; within the CERES site) (Andrew Zurcher, Cambridge U.)
Elizabethan Sumptuary Statutes (introductory essay, along with edited transcriptions of several statutes) (Maggie Pierce Secara)
The Trial of the Earls of Essex and Southampton (edition of The Arraignment, Tryal, and Condemnation of Robert Earl of Essex. For Thos. Basset, Sam. Heyrick, and Matth. Gillyflower, 1679.) (Margaret Pierce Secara)
The Damned Art (virtual exhibit on books related to witchcraft and demonology, based on the collection of John Ferguson (1837-1916); includes introductions, descriptions and images (Glasgow U. Library)
Mid-17th-18th Century Britain
General Resources [Show]
The American Revolutionary War [Show]
English Bill of Rights 1689  (e-text, within the Avalon Project site) (Yale U.)
The British Book Trades 1710-1777: an index of masters and apprentices recorded in the Inland Revenue registers at the Public Record Office, Kew (searchable database) (Ian Maxted, Devon County COuncil)
The British book trades 1775-1787: an index to insurance policies (database, in the Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History series) (Ian Maxted, Devon County Council)
The Bubble Project ("a collaborative and interdisciplinary research initiative on the subject of the South Sea Bubble, or first great stock-market crash of 1720") (David McNeil, Dalhousie U.)
Edmund Burke [Show]
The English Civil War [Show]
Culloden-- The Death of the Clans (articles on background, battle, and consequences) (Alex's Military History)
Mike Ibeji The Darien Venture (multi-page article describing Scotland's plans to control Panama) (BBC)
English Dissenters (articles on various non-conformist groups in England, with a focus on the Civil War period) (ExLibris.org)
The Diary of John Evelyn (primary texts and some notes)(Anthony Sallis)
The Archive of John Evelyn (e-texts of his diaries, within a virtual exhibition) (the British Library, London, UK)
1755: The French and Indian War Page (tables, links, and more) (Larry Roux, Syracuse U.)
Sir Matthew Hale, A Discourse Touching Provision for the Poor (1683) 
History of Stage Travel In Britain (International Museum of the Horse)
William Hogarth and 18th-Century Print Culture (virtual exhibit, wtih sections on techinque, theatricality, physiogonbomy, politics, and more) (Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections, Northwestern U.)
Horses and British and American Culture: 1660-1840 
The Invitation To A Funeral Tour: A Free-Style Jaunt Around Restoration London Inspired by the Novel Invitation to a Funeral (Molly Brown's site accompanying her recently-published "historical whodunnit set in London during the reign of Charles II, featuring a number of real life characters such as Aphra Behn, Nell Gwyn, and John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester"; site
John Hampden Society (centered on "the character and achievements of this great 17th century Parliamentarian")
L'Age d'Or - French and English Baroque ("a living history and re-enactment society that aims at recreating the classical Baroque period during Louis XIV's reign in France, and Charles II (Restoration), James II and William & Mary's reign in England")
he London Book Trades of the Later 18th Century (articles and statistics) (Victor Berch and Ian Maxted, Devon COunty Council)
The London Gazette (selected online issues of the Restoration-era gazette) (Electronic Historical Publications)
William Pitt, Speech on the Stamp Act, January 14, 1766 (American Revolution HTML Project)
Religion and the Founding of the American Republic (virtual exhibit, covering trans-Atlantic religious issues, leading to much immigration to America) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Janet Schaw, Journal of a Lady of Quality, Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the years 1774 to 1776 (wlink to full text; links to other articles; ithin the Documenting the American South site) (U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
18th-Century Scotland [Show]
Trading Places: The East India Company & Asia, 1600-1834 (virtual exhibit) (the British Libray, London)
Peter Higginbotham The Workhouse (history of the workhouse across Britain, Poor Laws, and related topics, 1601-1930; includes images, transcriptions, articles, and more)
The World of London Theatre, 1660-1800 [Show]
19th-Century Britain
General Resources [Show]
The First Anglo-Afghan War (article on causes, followed by articles on battles) (Alex's Military History)
Founders of the Arts and Crafts Movement (anthology of primary sources, taken from W. Morris, W. Crane, O. Wilde and other key players in the Arts and Crafts movement, along with links) (J.R. Burrows and Company, Rockland, MA)
Colonialism [Show]
The Crimean War 1854-56 (historical overview, plus articles on battles) (Alex's Military History)
Darwin's Voyage of the Beagle (Peter Galbavy)
Disraeli and Gladstone [Show]
Industrialism and Working Conditions [Show]
Intellectuals [Show]
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey London 1674 to 1834 (a "fully searchable online edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing accounts of over 100,000 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court") (Tim Hitchcock and Robert Shoemaker; U. Sheffield, and U. Hertfordshire)
The Opium Wars [Show]
Penny Magazine Online (etexts of 1830's UK publication aimed at the "working classes") (U. Rochester)
John van Wyhe (Cambridge U.) The History of Phrenology on the Web (articles, images, bibliography, and more)
Heather Palmer, "Queen Victoria's Not So 'Victorian' Writings About Pregnancy, Children, Marriage and Men" (Victoriana.com)
Reform, Radicalism and Social Unrest [Show]
Dante Gabriel Rossetti Archive (Jerome McGann, U. Virginia)
Photographs of the Roxburghe Club, 1892 (overview essay and photos) (U. Iowa Libraries)
Saltaire (web site devoted to West Yorkshire "mid-Victorian industrial village almost unchanged since it was built by Sir Titus Salt as the site of his mill for the spinning and weaving of Alpaca Wool")
Scottish Documents.com ("free access to a fully searchable index of over 520,000 Scottish wills and testaments dating from 1500 to 1901") (Scottish Archive Network)
Ordnance survey large scale Scottish town plans, 1847-1895 (maps and tables) (National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh)
War of 1812 [Show]
20th-Century Britain
The Anglo-Russian Entente, 1907 (e-text, within the Avalon Project site) (Yale U.)
Churchill and the Great Republic (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Social Policy Pamphlets  (catalog of pamphlets, with many digitized and available in e-text form, in a collection focused on the 19th- and early 20th-Centuries) (London School of Economics & Political Science)
Suite101.com: 20th Century British History and Politics (Joseph Sramek)
Transport Pamphlets (catalog of pamphlets, with most digitized and available in e-text form, in a collection focused on the 19th- and early 20th-Centuries) (London School of Economics & Political Science)
World History Archives: History of Britain and the UK in General ("documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
British Documents on the Origins of the War, 1898-1914: Vol. XI: The Outbreak of War: Foreign Office Documents June 28th-August 4th, 1914 (as edited by G.P. Gooch and Harold Temperley in 1926) (Brigham Young U.)
UK Book History
An Anthology of Chancery English (e-texts of numerous bureaucratic writing samples, from the John H. Fisher, et. al 1984 edition) (Electronic Text Center, U. of Virginia)
BOOKHAD: Support for Nationwide Research in Book History and Book Design (links up 6 library centers with major holdings in the history of the book) (U. of the Arts, London)
The British Book Trades 1710-1777: an index of masters and apprentices recorded in the Inland Revenue registers at the Public Record Office, Kew (searchable database) (Ian Maxted, Devon County COuncil)
The British book trades 1775-1787: an index to insurance policies (database, in the Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History series) (Ian Maxted, Devon County Council)
Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History (homepage, with lists of papers, arranged by topic, on the UK, but with a focus on Southwest England) (Ian Maxted, Devon County Council)
BBTI: The British Book Trade Index ("an index of the names and brief biographical details and trade details of people who worked in the book trade in England and Wales and who were trading by 1851") (U. Birmingham)
British Association of Paper Historians (archived articles, overview of paper history, news, links, and more) (Durham, UK)
Centre for the History of the Book (homepage, with journal files, links to other sites, and relevant news) (Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, U. of Edinburgh)
Ian Maxted A History of the Book in Devon (articles, arranged by period) (Devon County Council)
The English Emblem Book Project (large repository of emblem books; presents facismile pages, some clickable to to show the text associated with each emblem) (Penn State U.)
HoBo: The site formerly known as History of the Book @ Oxford ("Dedicated webspace for History of the Book events and resources throughout the UK") (Ian Gadd, Oxford U.)
Library History Database: The British Isles to 1850 (includes statistical information arranged by topic and region, data on, currently, 27,000 libraries across Britain, plus links, and more) (Robin Alston, U. College, London)
he London Book Trades of the Later 18th Century (articles and statistics) (Victor Berch and Ian Maxted, Devon COunty Council)
SBTI: Scottish Book Trade Index (National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh)
UK Print History [Show]
Imperial Views, Colonial Subjects: Victorian Periodicals and the Empire (images and text from a 1999 exhibition at the Sterling Memorial Library) (Yale U.)
Lynne M. Fors (U. Illinois Library) Chez La Veuve: Women Printers in Great Britain 1475-1700 (virtual exhibit, with images and articles)
Courses
Cemal Kafadar (Harvard U.), "The Middle East and Europe Since the Crusades: Relations and Perceptions" 
E. L. Skip Knox (Boise State U.), "History of Western Civilization" 
E. L. Skip Knox (Boise State U.), "Electric Renaissance" (course taught over the internet on European history from 1300 to 1550)
Roman Szporluk (Harvard U.), "Nationalism and Socialism: Eastern Europe (1772-1991)" 
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Latin America & Mexico
General Resources
1492 Exhibit (Columbus and the New World) (Library of Congress electronic exhibit)
Eduardo R. Saguier (CONICET [Argentinean Research Council]_) Un Debate Historico Inconcluso en la America Latina (1600-2000) (site ranging from "colonial" Peru to contemporary Argentina, including articles, documentary research, maps, tables, and links)
The Historical Text Archive: Latin America Page (Don Mabry, Mississippi St. U)
Internet Modern History Sourcebook: Colonial Latin America (links to primary documents; links to pages for 19th and 20th century pages) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Lanic: Latin American Information Network Center (links for studies in culture, history, politics and more, arranged by subjects) (U. Texas, Austin)
Latin American History (links arranged by topic) (Snowcrest.net)
Latin American History: A Guide to Resources & Research on the Web  (links arranged by topic) (History Department, U. Colorado)
Latin American History: Internet Resources (links, arranged y subject, with 20th-century focus) (Marc Becker, Truman State U.)
Latin American Chronology (from ancient to modern) (Marc Becker, Truman State U., Kirksville, MO)
Latin American Prehistory (virtual exhibits, iun sections on history, culture, archaeology, anthropology, biology and more) (Minnesota State University, Mankato)
Latin American Studies: Selected Internet Resources (annotated links; includes section on history) (Latin American Collection, Yale U.)
Mankato's Latin American Prehistory (wide-ranging site, with articles and images across Latin America) (Minnesota State U.)
Maps of the Americas (Perry Castaneda Library Map Collection, U. Texas, Austin)
Mesoamerican Archaeoastronomy (virtual exhibits on the Maya, the Aztec, and the Anasazi) (Sonia Valdez, Jacqueline Wong-Hernandez, and Teryn Mattox, Pomona C.)
Mesoamerican Photo Archives (galleries arranged by area) (David R. Hixon, Tulane U.)
Mesoweb: An Exploration of Mesoamerican Cultures (links to articles on history, archaeology, art, and more) (Joel Skidmore)
Museo de las Americas (art images and historical overviews, from ancient to modern)(Denver, CO)
UNESCO: La Historia General de América Latina (project involving numerous historians, covering a wide range of periods; in Spanish or English) (UNESCO)
History of US Interventions in Latin America (timeline) (Marc Becker, Truman State U., Kirksville, MO)
World History Archives: South America (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
World History Compass: Latin America (annotated links) (Robert Schiller)
World History Archives: Americas History Archives (emphasis on labor history) (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
Lanic: Argentina (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Argentina) (U. Texas, Austin)
Brazil
A Country Study: Brazil (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Rex A. Hudson, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Brazil: History (articles on sites and biographies, within a larger site devoted to Brazil) (Sergio Koreisha, U. Oregon)
Lanic: Brazil (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Brazil) (U. Texas, Austin)
Brazil Maps (from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) (U. Texas, Austin)
Conquistadors: The Search for El Dorado (virtual exhibit on Orellana's discovery of the Amazon, based on Michael Wood's work) (Public Broadcasting Service)
Terrabrasilis: This Week in Brazil's History (includes a links page and other resources) (U. Kansas)
Twenty Exemplary Cases ("photographs and text describing of twenty out of more than 500 documented cases of torture in Brazil when the Military ruled the country between 1964 and 1980") (Brazil On Line Publishing)
The United States and Brazil: Expanding Frontiers, Comparing Cultures  (bilingual site devoted to 18th-20th-century history, through archived images, texts, and other resources) (Library of COngress, and the National Library of Brazil)
NOVA: Warriors of the Amazon (companion site for NOVA series on the Yanomami) (Public Broadcasting Service)
The Caribbean
A Country Study: Commonwealth of Caribbean Islands (historical, geographical, po liticaland cultural information, covering a number of Caribbean nations) (Sandra W. Meditz and Dennis M. Hanratty, Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
Caribbean Amerindian Communities Online (current and historical information, organized by area)(Caribbean Amerindian Centrelink)
Lanic: Cuba (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Cuba) (U. Texas, Austin)
Cuba Maps (from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) (U. Texas, Austin)
A COuntry Study: The Dominican Republic (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Richard A. Haggerty, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Haiti (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Richard A. Haggerty, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Lanic: Jamaica (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Jamaica) (U. Texas, Austin)
Lanic: Haiti (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Haiti) (U. Texas, Austin)
Central America
A Country Study: Belize (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Tim Merrill, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Lanic: Belize (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Belize) (U. Texas, Austin)
Lanic: Costa Rica (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Costa Rica) (U. Texas, Austin)
A Country Study: El Salvador (historical, geographical, political and cultural information, from pre-Columbian times to the present) (Richard A. Haggarty, Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
Lanic: El Salvador (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of El Salvador) (U. Texas, Austin)
El Salvador Maps (from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) (U. Texas, Austin)
Lanic: Guatemala (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Guatemala) (U. Texas, Austin)
Guatemala Maps (from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) (U. Texas, Austin)
A Country Study: Honduras (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Tim Merrill, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Lanic: Honduras (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Honduras) (U. Texas, Austin)
Honduras Maps (from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) (U. Texas, Austin)
A Country Study: Nicaragua (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Tim Merrill, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Lanic: Nicaragua (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Nicaragua) (U. Texas, Austin)
Convention Between the US And Panama  (e-text of the Panama Canal agreement of 1903, within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook hosted by Fordham U.) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Lanic: Panama (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Panama) (U. Texas, Austin)
A Country Study: Panama (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Sandra W. Meditz and Dennis M. Hanratty, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Chile
Ewin Martínez Torre History of Chile under Salvador Allende and the Popular Unity  (articles, bibliographies, and more)
A Country Study: Chile (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Rex A. Hudson, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Lanic: Chile (links for culture, politics, and history) (U. Texas, Austin)
Chile and the United States: Declassified Documents Relating to the Military Coup, September 11, 1973 (introduction to the National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book, with link to primary documents) (Peter Kornbluh, George Washington U.)
World History Archives: Chile (Sets of links, arranged by topic, in site devoted to working-class history) (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut State U.)
Lanic: Colombia (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Colombia) (U. Texas, Austin)
The Conquistadors
Gerard Pigeon (U. California, Santa Barbara) The Antillians: The Spanish Conquistadors (section on conquistador activity, within a site devoted to the Antillian islands)
Cabeza de Vaca: All the World is Human (virtual exhibit within the Conquistadors site based on the work of Michael Wood) (Public Broadcasting Service)
1492 Exhibit (Columbus and the New World) (Library of Congress electronic exhibit)
Michael Wood, et. al. Conquistadors (virtual exhibits on da Vaca, Cortes, Pizarro, and Orellana) (Public Broadcasting Service)
Pizarro: The Conquest of the Incas (virtual exhibit within the Conquistadors site based on the work of Michael Wood) (Public Broadcasting Service)
The Conquest of the Aztec Empire: Hernán Cortés (overview, within "The European Voyages of Exploration" site) (U. Calgary)
Bryan Pavlovich Hernando Cortez (historical overview by a high school student, with images and bibliography)
Franco de los Cobos Instructions to Conquistadors, 1517 (English translation of original text) East Tennessee State U.)
Ancient Middle America: European Exploration (map of Aztec empire, images, links)(Tim Roufs, U. Minnesota, Duluth)
A Journey through the Spanish Conquest (features timeline, bibliography, primary sources form both native and Spanish participants, plus conquistador biographies) (Jeff Schultz and Sean Johnson, U. Michigan)
The Spanish Invasion: Cortés and La Malinche (part 1 of multi-page historical overview of the conquest of Mexico, within the MEChA site) (MECHA, California State U., Los Angeles)
A Country Study: Ecuador (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Dennis M. Hanratty, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Cronología de la Historia Resumida del Ecuador (timeline, with images, in spanish) (Alfredo Tinajero Cevallos and Amparo Barba González)
A Country Study: Guyana (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Tim Merrill, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Maya
The Ancient Maya (historical outline, plus sections on art and astronomy) (Michelle Ayache)
Mayan Bibliography (links and bibliography) (Christina Turner, Virginia Commonwealth U.)
Marilyn Davis (Southern Illinois U.) After the Fall (essay offering broad overview of Maya history)
Vive Griffith (U. Texas) Deciphering the Maya (image-filled essay on the work of Dr. Linda Schele on Maya writing)
Resources on Aztec & Mayan Law  (annotated bibliography) (Tarlton Law Library, U. Texas, Austin)
Teobert Maler: Photographer/Adventurer (articles and images relating to Maya history, as captured by Maler) (Mesoweb)
Maya Adventure (virtual exhibits, using scientific activities to explore Maya civilization; includes a photograph page) (Science Museum of Minnesota)
Maya Codices (information, images, and bibliography) (GB Online)
The Maya Pages (articles on culture, maps, and links) (Paula Giese)
The Maya Society of Minnesota (includes e-texts of articles, numerous links, and more) Lewis C. Messenger, Hamline U.)
Maya (historical overview, bibliography, and images) (Minnesota State U.)
The Mayas (part of World Civilizations site, with historical outline and images) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
David Freidel (California State U., Hayward) Maya Warfare, Myth and Reality (essay)
Mesoamerican Archaeoastronomy (virtual exhibits on the Maya, the Aztec, and the Anasazi) (Sonia Valdez, Jacqueline Wong-Hernandez, and Teryn Mattox, Pomona C.)
Mesoamerican Photo Archives (galleries arranged by area) (David R. Hixon, Tulane U.)
Mesoweb: An Exploration of Mesoamerican Cultures (links to articles on history, archaeology, art, and more) (Joel Skidmore)
Mundo Maya (homepage, with articles and images on history, legends, and art) (Organización Tips S.A. de C.V. Cancún, México)
The Palenque Project (homepage for the Group of the Cross archaeological project)
David Stuart (Harvard U.) Hieroglyphs and History at Copán (articles on Maya writing in general and as analyzed at this site) (Peabody Museum, Harvard U.)
Unmasking the Maya (virtual exhibit, including historical background and a focus on current cultural conditions in Chiapas) (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC)
David Freidel (Southern Methodist U.) Waka and the Maya (historical and cultural overview, with archaeological focus)
Mexico
General Resources on Mexican/Mesoamerican History
Ancient Mexico (articles on history and culture, maps, and more) (Patrick Olivares)
Historical Texts Archive: Mexico (links to articles ranging across time) (Donald J. Mabry, Mississippi State U.)
Lanic: Mexico (links, many annotated, for internet research on Mexico) (U. Texas, Austin)
Mexico Maps (from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) (U. Texas, Austin)
Mesoamerican Archaeoastronomy (virtual exhibits on the Maya, the Aztec, and the Anasazi) (Sonia Valdez, Jacqueline Wong-Hernandez, and Teryn Mattox, Pomona C.)
Mesoamerica Art: Web Resources (numerous links, arranged by area) (California State U., Los Angeles)
A Country Study: Mexico (sections with articles on pre-Columbian to modern history, plus information on government, economy, culture, and more) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
William Hickling Prescott History of the Conquest of Mexico, with a Preliminary View of Ancient Mexican Civilization, and the Life of the Conqueror, Hernando Cortes (e-text) (U. Virginia)
World History Archives: Mexico History Archives (history with a labor-issues focus) (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
The Aztecs
Ancient Middle America: Aztecs/ Nahuatl/ Tenochtitlán (maps, timelines, links to articles, and more) (Timothy G. Roufs, U. Minnesota, Duluth)
Bibliography on Aztec History (annotated) (Ricardo J. Salvador, Indiana State U.)
Aztec Culture (virtual exhibit, within a larger "emuseum"; includes bibliography) (Minnesota State U.)
GB Aztec Manuscripts (information and images of various Aztec manuscripts, as well as links, within the GB Online section on Mesoamerica)
The Aztec Civilization (virtual exhibit, within larger site devoted to archaeoastronomy) (Sonia Valdez, Jacqueline Wong-Hernandez, and Teryn Mattox, Pomona C.)
Conquistadors: The Fall of the Aztecs (overview and images, within a site focused on Hernan de Cortes) (Public Broadcasting Service)
The Conquest of the Aztec Empire: Hernán Cortés (overview, within "The European Voyages of Exploration" site) (U. Calgary)
Bryan Pavlovich Hernando Cortez (historical overview by a high school student, with images and bibliography)
Resources on Aztec & Mayan Law  (annotated bibliography) (Tarlton Law Library, U. Texas, Austin)
The Spanish Invasion: Cortés and La Malinche (part 1 of multi-page historical overview of the conquest of Mexico, within the MEChA site) (MECHA, California State U., Los Angeles)
Richard Hooker (Washington State U.) The Mexica/ Aztecs (historical overview, within the World Civilizations site)
the Nahuatl Home Page (includes links page) (John F. Schwaller, U. Minnesota, Morris)
Modern Mexico
Mexico: From Empire to Revolution (virtual exhibit using photographs; flash and html versions) (Getty Museum, Los Angeles)
Mexican Independence (historical overview, links to documents, and images) (Sons of Dewitt Colony Texas)
The Mexican Revolution [Show]
The US-Mexican War [Show]
Borgia Group of Unknown Provenience [sic] (manuscript information, images, and bibliography) (GB Online)
Five Views: A History of Mexican Americans in California (National Park Service)
Mixtec Codices (manuscript images, information, and bibliography) (GB Online)
A Country Study: Paraguay (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Dannin M. Hanratty and Sandra W. Meditz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Lanic: Paraguay (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Paraguay) (U. Texas, Austin)
Peru and Bolivia (including Inca, Aymara, Quechua)
Eduardo R. Saguier (CONICET [Argentinean Research Council]_) Un Debate Historico Inconcluso en la America Latina (1600-2000) (site ranging from "colonial" Peru to contemporary Argentina, including articles, documentary research, maps, tables, and links)
A Country Study: Bolivia (sections with articles on pre-Columbian to modern history, plus information on government, economy, culture, and more) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
Lanic: Bolivia (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Bolivia) (U. Texas, Austin)
Pizarro: The Conquest of the Incas (virtual exhibit within the Conquistadors site based on the work of Michael Wood) (Public Broadcasting Service)
NOVA: Ice Mummies (virtual exhibits mirroring the NOVA series, focused on Peru, Thailand, and Siberia) (Public Broadcasting Service)
Inca History (articles, images, and maps) (Jorge L. Ruiz)
Andes Expedition: Searching for Inca Secrets (virtual exhibits on a sacrificed Inca princess and the related expedition) (National Geographic Society)
Inca History (overview) (Museo de las Americas)
Lanic: Peru (links concerning academic research on all aspects of Peruvian culture and history) (U. Texas, Austin)
Peru Maps (from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) (U. Texas, Austin)
Tierra Sajama (site devoted to the Nazca lines, providing cultural context, photos, and bibliography) (U. Pennsylvania)
Peru: A Country Study (sections with articles on pre-Columbian to modern history, plus information on government, economy, culture, and more) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
Suriname Maps (from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) (U. Texas, Austin)
Lanic: Suriname (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Suriname) (U. Texas, Austin)
J.R. Beard Toussaint L'Ouverture: A Biography and Autobiography (full e-text) (1863) (U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
A Country Study: Uruguay (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Rex A. Hudson and Sandra W. Meditz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Lanic: Uruguay (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Uruguay) (U. Texas, Austin)
A Country Study: Venezuela (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from pre-Columbian to present times, arranged by topic) (Richard A. Haggerty, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Lanic: Venezuela (links for research on the culture, history, and politics of Venezuela) (U. Texas, Austin)
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The Middle East
General Resources
ABZU: Ancient Near East Studies Page (Charles E. Jones, Oriental Institute, U. Chicago)
Ancient Wonders: A Web Quest into Antiquities (articles and images, arranged by region and by area; includes links) (Joshua Delorenzo and Thomas Caswell)
Exploring Ancient World Cultures: Early Islam (U. Evansville)
Exploring Ancient World Cultures: The Near East (U. Evansville)
Philip A. Harland (Concordia University, Montreal) Associations, Synagogues, and Congregations (study of religious groups in Roman Asia Minor, including Judaism, Christianity, and the mysteries)
The History of the Ancient Near East: Electronic Compendium (articles, images, and links) (Mark Alan McDonald)
Internet Islamic History Sourcebook (links, many to primary texts, arranged by subject, period and also by area, plus links to maps) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Islam and Islamic Middle East (library resources, arranged by subject, with links to maps, tables, and other resources) (John A. Eilts, Green Library, Stanford U.)
Maps of the Middle East (Perry Castaneda Library Map Collection, U. Texas at Austin)
Middle Eastern History (links to general sites, articles, and scholarly groups) (Tennessee Technological U.)
Middle East Studies Internet Resources (bibliography, links, arranged by subject) (Columbia U.)
A Country Study: Bahrain (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Barbary Wars (historical essay, with images) (The Mariners' Museum, VA)
The Black Sea Trade Project (focus on Sinop, a Greek and Roman colony on the Turkish Black Sea coast; includes historical articles and field reports) (Fredrik T. Hiebert, U. of Pennsylvania)
Byzantium
Byzantine Studies on the Internet (annotated links) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Byzantine Studies (organization homepage, with links, society info, coin images, and more) (Alice-Mary Talbot, Dumbarton Oaks)
The Crusades
Urban II Speech at Council of Clermont, 1095, Five versions of the Speech (English translations; within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook site) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Albert of Aix Historia Hierosolymita (selections from chronicle; English translation; within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook site) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Anna Comnena The Alexiad (full English translation; within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook site) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
The Siege and Capture of Antioch: Collected Accounts (English translations of primary sources, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Bernard of Clairvaux Apologia for the Second Crusade (English translation, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Bibliothèque Nationale de France  (manuscript illuminations from the Crusades) (Bibliothèque Nationale de France)
Paul Crawford Crusading (Articles, with links to primary sources, within the ORB online encyclopedia)
La deuxième croisade (links to chronicle sources related to the Second Crusade, in French) (Marc Carrier, U. of Paris)
La quatrième croisade (links to chronicle sources concerning the Fourth Crusade, in French) (Marc Carrier, U. of Paris)
The Crusades (full electronic course) (E. L. Skip Knox, Boise State U.)
Crusades: A Guide to Online Resources (annotated links, within the Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies) (Paul Crawford)
Denmark and the Crusading Movement (project description, articles, links, and more) (U. Southern Denmark)
The First Crusade (overview, lecture transcript) (Lynn Harry Nelson, U. Kansas)
Fulcher of Chartres History of the Expedition to Jerusalem (selections from chronicle; English translation; within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook site) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Geoffrey de Villehardouin Memoirs or Chronicle of The Fourth Crusade and The Conquest of Constantinople  (English translation, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Gesta francorum (selections; English translation; within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook site) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Guibert de Nogent On the First Crusade (selections from chronicle; English translation; within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook site) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Internet Medieval Sourcebook: The Crusades (links to primary sources, arranged by subject and period) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
The Siege and Capture of Jerusalem: Collected Accounts (English translations of primary sources, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
William Urban "An Historical Overview of the Crusade to Livonia" (article within the ORB online encyclopedia)
Thomas Madden "The Impact of the Crusades" (1999) (article, within the ORB online encyclopedia)
Paul Magadalino "The Byzantine Background to the First Crusade" (article) (1996)
Solomon bar Samson The Crusaders in Mainz, May 27, 1096 (translation into English, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Order of Malta: History of the order 1099-1999 (overview) (Order of Malta, Rome)
The Siege and Capture of Nicea: Collected Accounts (English translations of primary sources, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Odo of Deuis The Crusade of Louis VII (English translation of selections, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Osbernus De expugnatione Lyxbonensi, 1147 [The Capture of Lisbon] (English translation, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Peter the Hermit and the Popular Crusade: Collected Accounts (English translations, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
La première croisade (links to chronicle sources related to the First Crusade, in French) (Yves Gravelle, U. of Sherbrooke)
Raymond d'Aguiliers Historia francorum qui ceperint Jerusalem (English translation, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Cairo History: The Age of Saladin (article, within larger site) (Alaa K. Ashmawy, U. South Florida)
Kenneth M. Setton, ed. A History of the Crusades (online texts) (U. Wisconsin, Madison Libraries)
Third Crusade (within larger online course) (E.L. Skip Knox, Boise State U.)
William of Tyre History of Deeds Done Beyond the Sea (selections; English translation; within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook site) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Egypt
Ancient Egypt (links, with intro) (U. of Pennsylvania)
Accounts of The Arab Conquest of Egypt, 642 (English translations, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
Duke Papyrus Archive 
Eternal Egypt ("represents a unique partnership to use innovative IBM technologies and services to create an interactive, multimedia experience of Egyptian cultural artifacts, places and history for a global audience. .    [includes] high-resolution images, three-dimensional reconstructions of Egyptian monuments and antiquities, as well as virtually-reconstructed environments, panoramic images, and panoramic views of present-day Egypt captured by robotic cameras located from the top of Karnak Temple to the streets of Old Cairo") (Egyptian Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage and IBM)
Exploring Ancient World Cultures: Egypt (U. Evansville)
Hatshepshut (tutorial article, within the HSC Online web site) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Jacques Kinnaer The Ancient Egypt Site (links, bibliography, articles, and images)
The Lighthouse of Alexandria (text and images; within the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World site) (Alaa K. Ashmawy, U. South Florida)
Modern Egypt
The Earl of Cromer Why Britain Acquired Egypt in 1882 (1908) (e-text, within Fordham U.'s Internet Modern History Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
New Kingdom Egypt to the death of Thutmosis IV: The Period of Thutmosis IV (tutorial article, within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
New Kingdom Egypt to the death of Thutmosis IV: The First Three Pharaohs (tutorial article, within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
The Great Pryamid of Giza (text and images, within the Seven Wonders of the Ancient Wrold site) (Alaa K. Ashmawy, U. South Florida)
The Theban Mapping Project (bibliographies, articles, glossaries, and more) (TMP, American U. in Cairo)
Women and Gender in Ancient Egypt: From Pre-History to Late Antiquity (virtual exhibit) (Terry G. Wilfon, Kelsey Museum, U. of Michigan)
Iran (and Persia)
The Islamic World to 1600: Ancient Persia (overview article, with link to further articles) (Applied History Research Group, U. Calgary)
The First Anglo-Afghan War (article on causes, followed by articles on battles) (Alex's Military History)
Ferdowsi The Epic of Kings (Persian text translated by Helen Zimmern) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus (text and images, within the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World site) (Alaa K. Ashmawy, U. South Florida)
Iran Chamber Society: History of Iran (homepage, links to art and culture, news, and a history page with numeorus articles) (Iran Chamber Society)
A Country Study: Iran (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Iranian Oral History Project (program description and transcripts) (Harvard U.)
The Legacy of Genghis Khan (virtual exhibits, with historical information, including Mongol history in China and Iran) (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
Persia from Cyrus II to the death of Darius III (tutorial article, within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Steven Rowland (Sydney I. of Tafe) Persian society in the time of Darius and Xerxes: The Persian Army (tutorial article, within the HSC ONline sites) (Charlest Sturt U., Australia)
Persian society in the time of Darius and Xerxes: Social Structures (tutorial article, within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Massoume Price Women's lives in ancient Persia (Article, within s History of Iran site) (Iran Chamber Society)
Xerxes (tutorial article within the HSC Online sites) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Iraq (and Babylon, Mesopotamia)
Assyria (article and images) (Minnesota State U.)
Ancient Assyria (Subartu) History (articles and images, within the Historry of the Ancient Near East Electronic COmpendium) (Mark Alan McDonald)
Mesopotamia: The Assyraians (article within the World Civilizations site) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon (text and images; within the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World site) (Alaa K. Ashmawy, U. South Florida)
The History of Plumbing: Babylonia (article, with image) (1989) (Plumbing and Mechanical Magazine)
Babylon ("It is the year 580BC and the city of Babylon is at its greatest. Under the rule of king Nebuchadnezzar the magnificent city is considered the mightiest and most beautiful in the known world. . . .") (Daniel Craig Walton)
Hammurabi Hammurabi's Code of Laws (King translation, within the Exploring Ancient World Cultures site) (U. of Evansville)
Iraq: Country Study (historical, geographical and cultural information, arranged by topic) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Iraq (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Ancient Tablets, Ancient Graves: Accessing Women's Lives in Mesoptamia (article, images, quotes, bibliography, within the Women in World History Curriculum web site (Lyn Reese)
Medicine in Ancient Mesopotamia (historical article, within the Asclepion web site) (U. Indiana, Bloomington)
Ancient Mesoptamian History (annotated links, within the CivWeb site) (Providence C.)
Mesopotamia in the Era of State Formation (description of archaeological project concerning "the so-called Uruk Expansion and theories of cultural change in Greater Mesopotamia during the fourth millennium B.C." (School of American Research Advanced Seminar, Santa Fe, NM)
Mesopotamia 9000-5000 BC (timeline) (Western Civ. Dept, U. of San Francisco)
The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project (State Archives of Assyria) (critically edited texts concerning history in and around Nineveh; has link to project home page) (I. of Asian and African Studies, U. of Helsinki)
Israel (and Palestine)
Arab-Israeli Conflict 1948-1996 (links to tutorial articles within the HSC Online site) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Books for Understanding Israel and Palestine (bibliography, arranged by subject) (Association of American University Presses)
Scrolls from the Dead Sea: The Ancient Library of Qumran and Modern Scholarship (virtual exhibit, including historical background and images) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Israel (links to primary sources in translation) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
A Country Study: Israel (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Jerusalem: Where Heaven and Earth Meet (virtual exhibit, with images and articles) (History Channel)
Material Culture of the Ancient Canaanites, Israelites and Related Peoples: An Information Database from Excavations (Jon R. Abercrombie, U Penn)
A Country Study: Jordan (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Kuwait (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Lebanon (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Thomas Collelo, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Mamluk Bibliography Online (Middle East Documentation Center, U. of Chicago)
A Country Study: Qatar (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Saudia Arabia (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Written in Stone: Inscriptions from the National Museum of Saudi Arabia (virtual exhibit on epigriphy) (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC)
A Country Study: Syria (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Thomas Collelo, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Turkey
The Siege and Capture of Antioch: Collected Accounts (English translations of primary sources, within the Internet Medieval Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
The Crimean War 1854-56 (historical overview, plus articles on battles) (Alex's Military History)
William Eton A Survey of the Turkish Empire  (within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, Fordham U.)
The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus (text and images, within the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World site) (Alaa K. Ashmawy, U. South Florida)
The Battle of Lepanto (articles on battle, background and consequences) (Alex's Military History)
Ilya Gruntov Monumenta Altaica: Altaic Linguistics (devoted to linguistic and historical analyses of Turkic, Mongolian, Japanese, Manchu-Tungus, and Korean languages; sections on "monumental" texts, grammars, articles, and more; in English or Russian)
The Ottoman Empire, 1350-1918 (chronology, with some hypertexted articles) (David W. Koeller, North Park U.)
The Ottomans (historical background) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
A Country Study: Turkey (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Turkey: WWW Virtual Library--History (numerous articles and links, arranged by topic)(Umit Yorkuk)
Uysal-Walker Archive of Turkish Oral Narrative (in Turkish and in English) (Texas Tech University)
A Country Study: United Arab Emirates (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapin Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
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Native American
General Resources
American Indian History and Related Issues (annotated links) (Troy Johnson, Cal State U., Long Beach)
American Historical Images on File: The Native American Experience ("comprehensive collection of images of Native American people"; "arranged chronologically from the prehistoric period and the Paleo-Indians to 1990") (Troy Johnson, California State U., Long Beach)
The American West (links arranged by topic, within the WWW Virtual Libray site) (Lynn H. Nelson and Nancy Sween, U. of Kansas)
1492 Exhibit (Columbus and the New World) (Library of Congress electronic exhibit)
Books about Cultural and Biological Impact  (annotated bibliography) (National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
Edward S. Curtis, The North American Indian (e-text of multi-volume work, along with background information) (Northwestern U. Library, and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Tad Beckman (Harvey Mudd C.) Indians of the Great Basin (articles on historical eras of Western Native Americans)
H-AMINDIAN: New Media for Native Studies (program description, archives, and more) (Dept. of History, Arizona State U.)
Images of Native Americans (virtual exhibits, relating the history of such representations) (Bancroft Library, U. California, Berkeley)
Index of Native American History Resources on the Internet (links, arranged by topic, within the WWW-Virtual Library) (Karen M. Strom)
Indian Congress Tribal Delegates (includes historical overviews of numerous tribes) (Omaha Public Library)
Indian Wars (chronology of "named campaigns," followed by descriptions) (Center for Military History, US Army)
Native American History (links, arranged by subject) (Will Karkavelas, Osaka U.)
Maps of the Americas (Perry Castaneda Library Map Collection, U. Texas, Austin)
National Museum of the American Indian (Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC)
Native American History (annotated links, arranged by region and by document type) (U. Washington Libraries)
Phil Konstantin This Day in North American Indian History (description of book; includes numerous annotated links in history section)
Against the Winds: Native American Running Traditions (virtual exhibit) (Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard U.)
Smithsonian Institution: Native American Resources (links and exhibits) (Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
Lee Sultzman First Nations Histories (historical articles, arranged by tribe)
U. S. History Maps (Perry Castaneda Library Map Collection, UT Austin) 
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
World History Archives: The History of Native America ("world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
Steve Miller Abenaki Homepage (sections on culture, history, with maps and images)
Lee Sultzman Abenaki History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
R. Berle Kay (U. Kentucky) Essential Features of Adena Ritual (pages focused on burial mounds) (Glenn Black Laboratory of Archaeology, Indiana U.)
Alaskan and Arctic Natives
In the Beginning Was the Word: The Russian Church and Native Alaskan Cultures (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Alaska Native Timeline, 23,000 BC-Present (Alaska Federation of Natives)
Looking Both Ways: Heritage and Identity of the Alutiiq People of Southern Alaska-- An Interactive Exhibit (virtual exhibit) (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC)
Arctic Circle (site devoted to far northern native tribes; includes a "history and culture" section) (U. of COnnecticut)
Arctic Studies Center (homepage for virtual exhibits on native Alaskans, the Vikings, the Ainu, and other cultures associated with the Arctic regions) (Smithsonian INstitute, Washington, DC)
Books About the Native Peoples of the Arctic (bibliography) (National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
Tlingit National Anthem (links arranged by subject, including a history section)
Tribal Timeline (Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska)
Lee Sultzman Algonqin History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
The Anasazi
Anasazi Indians (brief historical overview) (G. Romano)
Anasazi (historical and cultural information, plus bief bibliography) (Angela Wanberg, Minnesotat State U.)
Chaco Canyon: Historical Aspects (historical overview of the Chaco Anasazi, with images) (National Park Service)
The Anasazi (historical information, plus links to images of Anasazi sites)(Deborah Vess, Georgia C. and State U.)
Winston Hurst Anasazi (historical background, with focus on Utaj Anasazi)
Mesoamerican Archaeoastronomy (virtual exhibits on the Maya, the Aztec, and the Anasazi) (Sonia Valdez, Jacqueline Wong-Hernandez, and Teryn Mattox, Pomona C.)
John Kantner (Georgia State U.) Sipapu: The Anasazi Emergence into the Cyber World (virtual exhibits on Anasazi architecture, archaeological information, bibliography, and more)
The Apache
Skyhawk Apache (historical overview, plus image)
Ernestine Cody The Children of Changing Woman (virtual exhibit, with focus on stories of women in Apachean culture) (Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard U.)
Harold Schindler Geronimo (biographical overview)
Glen Welker Lipan Apache (Tindi) (historical overview, plus links to primary and secondary sources) (Lipan Apache Band of Texas, San Antonio, TX)
The Navajo and Apache Wars (within the History of the West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library" exhibition; overview and photos) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Lee Sultzman Bayougoula History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
James Lewis The Black Hawk War of 1832 (articles, images, primary sources, and more) (Abraham Lincoln Digitization Project, Northern Illinois U.)
History of a Great Nation (overview of Blackfeet tribal history) (Blackfeet Nation)
William B. Glover A History of the Caddo Indians (e-text of 1935 text) (Jay Salsburg)
Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site (articles, images, links, and more) (Cahokia Mounds Museum Society)
California Indian Tribes
Lovell's Report on the Cahuilla Indians, 1854 (e-text, from the San Diego Journal of History, 1976) (Robert W. Frazer, California State U., Long Beach, and the San Diego Historical Society)
Early California History: Southern California Before 1900 (links to primary texts, articles, and timelines) (Francis Steen, U. California, Los Angeles)
Bibliographies of Northern and Central California Indians (includes maps and bibliographies arranged by tribe) (California Indian Library Collections, U. California, Berkeley)
Chumash History (overview, with links to cultural information) (Wishtoyo Foundation
Chumash History (overview) (Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians)
Five Views: A History of American Indians in California (National Park Service)
Wendy Holliday, "Hopi History: The Story of the Alcatraz Prisoners, Part 1" (includes links to Part 2 and an essay on the story of American Indian inmates at Alcatraz) (National Park Service)
Native Californian Cultures: Ishi and Intercultural Objects (article son the Ishi, the Yahi, and related tribes) (Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, U. California, Berkeley)
Richard L. Carrico (San Diego State U.) Sociopolitical Aspects of the 1775 Revolt at Mission San Diego de Alcala: an Ethnohistorical Approach  (Journal of San Diego History, 1997)
Kimberly Hedrick (U. California, Riverside) Taking Stock of Indian Ranching (articles on ranching in general, as well as on specific tribes, plus bibliography)
Nancy Carol Carter (U. of San Diego) Chronology of the Indigenous Peoples of San Diego County (timeline-style historical overview, with some links)
The Costanoans, the Ohlone, and Prehistory of San Francisco Bay (historical overview of San Francisco-area indigenous history, with images and more, within the "Unvanished Story" site) John H. Jameson, Southeast Archaeological Society
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians: History (overview, with links to homepage with mmore resources) (San Manuel Band of Mission Indians)
The Tachi-Yokut Tribe: The History of Our People (historical overview, with links to larger site on tribal culture)
J. B. Calvert (U. Denver, Colorado) The War of 1812 And All That: An introduction to the War of 1812: an episode in the history of bungling, with its effects on the Indians (detailed overview, with emphasis on military politics, especially as regards various Native American threats)
Canadian Indians
History of a Great Nation (overview of Blackfeet tribal history) (Blackfeet Nation)
Lee Sultzman Erie History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Canada's First Nations (virtual exhibit) (U. Calgary and Red Deer C.)
Tom Flanagan (U. Calgary) "Bands, Tribes, or Nations?" (essay)
Lee Sultzman Huron History (overview, with data arranged by subject)
Indigenous Peoples: Canada (links) (Online Resources for Canadian Heritage)
Lee Sultzman Micmac History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Mi'kmaq Resource Center (homepage, includes links to oral histories, background articles, ethnographies, and more) (U. College of Cape Breton)
Lee Sultzman Montagnais History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Lee Sultzman Neutrals History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Oral Narratives and Aboriginal Pasts (e-text of report; homepage links to articles on culture and history) (Indian and Northern Affairs, Canada)
Lee Sultzman Ottawa History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Lee Sultzman Tionontati History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Casa Grande Ruins (articles and images on this pre-historic Arizona site) (National Park Service, Washington, DC)
Lee Sultzman Catawba History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
The Cherokee
Books on the Cherokee and General Books on Southeastern Indians (bibliography) (National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
The Cherokee Nation: History (articles arranged by subject) (The Cherokee Nation)
Cherokee Indians (links) (Carl Vinson Institute of Government, U. of Georgia
Lee Sultzman Cherokee History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Cherokee in North Georgia (articles arranged by time and by subject) (About North Georgia.com)
National Historic Trail: The Cherokee Trail of Tears, 1838-39  (historical overview) (Rosecity.net and the National Trail of Tears Association, Little Rock, AK)
The Chickasaw Historical Research Page (links to numerous primary sources related to Chicasaw history, including census data and letters) (Kerry M. Armstrong)
Lee Sultzman Comanche History (one of two pages devoted to historical overview, with revisions by Thomas Kavanagh of Indiana U.) (Tolatsga.org)
Larry Worthy History of the Creek Nation (overview) (About North Georgia.com)
Muscogee (Creek) History (overview) (Muscogee Nation, Okmulgee, OK)
Lee Sultzman Delaware History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Delaware Reading List (annotated bibliography) (National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
Lee Sultzman Erie History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Rainmakers from the Gods: Hopi Katsinam (virtual exhibit) (Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard U.)
Lee Sultzman Huron History (overview, with data arranged by subject)
The Illini Confederation: Lords of the Mississippi Valley (overview of related tribal histories, including links) (Robert Fester)
James H. Kellar An Introduction to the Prehistory of Indiana (extracts from full text, arranged by subject and by period) (Indiana U.)
The Iroquois Confederacy (Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Seneca)
The Iroquois Constitution (U. of Oklahoma Law Center)
Lee Sultzman Iroquois History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Iroquois Confederacy-- Links (links to primary texts and historical articles) (Chuck LaChiusa)
Iroquois Information Links (links to texts of treaties and other articles) (Tuscaroras.com)
Iroquois (articles and constitution) (James Madison U., Harrisonburg, VA)
Bruce Johansen Forgotten Founders: Benjamin Franklin, the Iroquois and the Rationale for the American Revolution (full e-text of 1982 book)
Lee Sultzman Neutrals History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
The Oneidas and the Birth of the American Nation (history of Oneida military involvement) (Oneida Indian Nation, NY)
Oneida Indian Nation: Culture and History (articles on key historical events and treaties) (Oneida, NY)
The Six Nations: Oldest Living Participatory Democracy on Earth  (articls, images, and links) (John Kahiones Fadden)
Darren Bonaparte The Wampum Chronicles: Mohawk Territory on the Internet (articles, links and images "dedicated to the study of history, culture, and contemporary issues of the Kanienkehaka (Mohawk) Nation, with an emphasis on the Mohawks of the St. Lawrence River Valley")
Andrew Jackson's Actions and Deeds Against Southeastern Indians (chronology, editotials) (U. California, Riverside)
Lee Sultzman Kickapoo History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Candace S. Greene Kiowa Drawings (description of Smithsonian collection, plus images and bibliography) (Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC)
Lewis and Clark
The Ethnography of Lewis and Clark: Native American Objects and the American Quest for Commerce and Science (virtual exhibit, with images, articles, and more) (Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard U.)
Lewis & Clark Page (support site for the film by Ken Burns; includes info, interactive resources, classroom resources, etc.)
Rivers, Edens, Empires: Lewis & Clark and the Revealing of America (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Lewis and Clark: Mapping the West (virtual exhibit) (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC)
Lewis and Clark as Naturalists (virtual exhibit) (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC)
Bonnie Butterfield Sacagawea (biographical article, with numerous works of art and photographs, plus a bibliography)
Lumbee History (timeline, photos, links and articles) (Lumbee Regional Development Association, Pembroke, NC)
Lee Sultzman Mahican History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
The Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center (includes articles about history and culture, virtual exhibits, information about museum archives, and more) (Mashantucket, CT)
Lee Sultzman Massachuset History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Lee Sultzman Mattabesic History (overview, with contributions from Dr. Blair A. Rudes)
Lee Sultzman Mohegan History (overview)
The Stockbridge Munsee Tribe of Mohican Indians (articles on tribal history and culture, as well as linguistic information) (Robert Shubinski)
The Nansemond Indian Tribal Association: Tribal History (biref overview)
Lee Sultzman Narragansett History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Native American Material: War of 1812 (links to primary documents in facsimile, with descriptions) (Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan U.)
The Navajo
Recommended Books on the Navajo Nation (annotated bibliography) (National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
The Navajo Code Talkers' Dictionary (declassified document) (Navy Historical Center, Washington, DC)
The Navajo and Apache Wars (within the History of the West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library" exhibition; overview and photos) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Navajo History Anthropology (annotated links) (Archaeolink.com)
Navajo History (overview, within site devoted to the Navajo National Monument) (Kathleen F. Curran)
L. Michael Smith NAVAJO: Dine (The People)  (historical and cultural overview)
Lee and Eric Anderson A History of Navajo Weaving 
The Navajo and Apache Wars (within the History of the West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library" exhibition; overview and photos) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A History of Native Nevadans through Photography (virtual exhibit based on the 1997 version curated by Lee Brumbaugh) (Nevada Historical Society)
The Nez Perce
Chief Joseph: Nez Perce 1840-1904, Nez Percéé Indian chief (biographical overview, quotations, plus a photograph) (Daniel N. Paul)
Nez Perce History (articles arranged by subject) (Nex Perce Tribe, Lapwai, ID)
Native Peoples of the Northeast, Selected Titles (annotated bibliography) (National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
Ohio's Historic Indians: People Index (articles, including on Tecumseh, Pontiac, Black Hoof, Bue Jacket, and Little Turle) (Ohio Historical Society, COlumbus, OH)
Kevin L. Callahan (U. Minnesota) An Introduction to Ojibway History (historical overview, with images, including maps)
Lee Sultzman Ojibwe History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Lee Sultzman Ottawa History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Pacific Northwest Indians
Judith Irwin "The Cowlitz Indians in Cowlitz Corridor" (essay giving overview of Cowlitz history) (1994)
Bruce Hallman A History of the Northwest Coast (images, maps, articles, and more)
Klamath Tribes History (overview of the Klamath, Modoc, and the Yahooskin tribes) (Klamath Tribes.org)
American Indians of the Pacific Northwest (virtual exhibit, including 10 digital essays arranged by tribe) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and U. of Washington)
Gifting and Feasting in the Northwest Coast Potlatch (virtual exhibit) (Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard U.)
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation: Our History and Culture (articles on the Umatilla, the Walla Walla, and the Cayuse)(Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation)
Pawnee Rock State Historic Site (includes article on background) (Kansas State Historical Society)
Lee Sultzman Pennacook History (historical overview)
Lee Sultzman Pequot History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Plains Indians, Selected References (annotated bibliography) (National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
Recommended Books on the Potawatomi and Menominee (annotated bibliography) (National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
David A Baerreis The Great Lakes Project: The Geographic Location of Potawatomi Bands: 1795-1846 (sections on Potawatomi history; includes links to treaty transcripts, arranged by states) (Indiana U.)
Mary Rowlandson The Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson (downloadable e-text) (Project Gutenberg, U. Pennsylvania)
Sabino Canyon: A Brief History (overview article, with links to articles and images on this Tuscon, AZ site) (U. Arizona libraries)
The Seminole
Territorial Florida, Statehood, and the Seminole Indian Wars (1821-1858) (timeline, images) (Gail CLement, Florida International U.)
The Seminole Tribe of Florida (homepage, with sections on History and Culture) (Seminole Tribe of Florida)
Seminole Tribe of Florida: History-- Where We Came From (overview, timeline, links to other articles) (Seminole Tribe, Hollywood, FL)
Shawnee
Lee Sultzman Shawnee History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Shawnee Indian Mission (homepage for historical site guide, with link to article on historical background) (Kansas Stae Historical Society)
Tecumseh: An American Hero (articles by Devin Bent, images, and a letter) (James Madison U.)
The Sioux
The Dakota Conflict Trials, 1862 (background articles, transcripts, bibliography, and more, within larger site devoted to famous trials) (Doug Linder, U. Missouri-Kansas City Law School)
Camping with the Sioux: Fieldwork Diary of Alice Cunningham Fletcher (virtual exhibit) (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC)
Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux History (articles and images, including selections from primary sources, arranged by subject) (Jim Turning Bear, et. al.)
Lakota na Dakota Wowapi Oti Kin: Lakota Dakota Information Home Page (homepage, with link to history section, bibliography, and more) (Martin Broken Leg, Augusta College, and Raymond Bucko, Creighton U.)
The Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapho Wars (within the History of the American West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library exhibit; overview and photos) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Isaac V.D. Heard History of the Sioux War and Massacres of 1862 and 1863 (follow link to full e-text of 1864 book) (U. Michigan)
The Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapho Wars (within the History of the American West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library exhibit; overview and photos) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Squint Eyes: Artist and Indian Scout (virtual exhibit on late 19th-century art by a Cheyenne prisoner) (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC)
Lee Sultzman Susquehannock History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Texas Native Skies (articles and images related to Native American archaeoastronomy) (Mcdonald Observatory, U. Texas)
Traders: Voices from the Trading Post (virtual exhibit on traders int he Four Corners region, focusing on Hopi and Navajo reservations; includes oral histories, description of the NITA, and more) (Northern Arizona U.)
US-Indian Wars
James Lewis The Black Hawk War of 1832 (articles, images, primary sources, and more) (Abraham Lincoln Digitization Project, Northern Illinois U.)
Fallen Timbers Archaeological Project (articles, images, and sources related to the 1795 battle) (Heidelberg C., Tiffin, OH)
Indian Wars (chronology of "named campaigns," followed by descriptions) (Center for Military History, US Army)
Andrew Jackson's Actions and Deeds Against Southeastern Indians (chronology, editotials) (U. California, Riverside)
Andrew Jackson Indian Removal: Extract from Andrew Jackson's Seventh Annual Message to Congress (in the Archives of the West) (Public Broadcasting Service)
Chief Joseph: Nez Perce 1840-1904, Nez Percéé Indian chief (biographical overview, quotations, plus a photograph) (Daniel N. Paul)
The Navajo and Apache Wars (within the History of the West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library" exhibition; overview and photos) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
National Indian Wars Association (society homepage, with links, articles, and other info related to the Indian Wars period, 1866-1890) (NIWA, Thousand Oaks, CA)
The Red River War (overview of conflict between the "between the United States Army and warriors of the Kiowa, Comanche, Southern Cheyenne, and southern Arapaho Indian tribes," 1874-5) (James Haley, U. Texas)
Paul T. Scheips Darkness and Light: The Interwar Years, 1865-1898 (overview of US military activity) (Center of Military History, Washington, DC)
Territorial Florida, Statehood, and the Seminole Indian Wars (1821-1858) (timeline, images) (Gail CLement, Florida International U.)
The Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapho Wars (within the History of the American West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library exhibit; overview and photos) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Isaac V.D. Heard History of the Sioux War and Massacres of 1862 and 1863 (follow link to full e-text of 1864 book) (U. Michigan)
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
"Winning the West: The Army in the Indian Wars, 1865-1890" (excerpt from American Militrary History (Center of Military History, US Army, Washington, DC)
Colorado Ute Legacy (articles, images, and more) (Southern Ute Indian Tribe)
Lee Sultzman Wampanoag History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Lee Sultzman Wenro History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Wichita and Affiliated Tribes (homepage with cultural and historical overview of the Wichita, Keechi, Waco, and Tawakonie) (Wichita and Affiliated Tribes, Anadarko, OK)
Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska: History (overview) (David Lee Smith, Winnebgao Tribe)
AIM and Wounded Knee Documents (links to primary documents covering the American Indian Movement and the 1973 siege at Wounded Knee) (Mike Wicks and the Michigan State U. Library)
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Canada
Alaskan and Arctic Natives
In the Beginning Was the Word: The Russian Church and Native Alaskan Cultures (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Alaska Native Timeline, 23,000 BC-Present (Alaska Federation of Natives)
Looking Both Ways: Heritage and Identity of the Alutiiq People of Southern Alaska-- An Interactive Exhibit (virtual exhibit) (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC)
Arctic Circle (site devoted to far northern native tribes; includes a "history and culture" section) (U. of COnnecticut)
Arctic Studies Center (homepage for virtual exhibits on native Alaskans, the Vikings, the Ainu, and other cultures associated with the Arctic regions) (Smithsonian INstitute, Washington, DC)
Books About the Native Peoples of the Arctic (bibliography) (National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian I., Washington, DC)
Tlingit National Anthem (links arranged by subject, including a history section)
Tribal Timeline (Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska)
Arctic Circle (site devoted to far northern native tribes; includes a "history and culture" section) (U. of COnnecticut)
Black Loyalists: Our History, Our People (Tony Pace, Canada's Digital Collections)
Canadian History (history resources, from the WWW Virtual Libray web site, including links to maps and primary sources) (Stephen Alsford)
Canadian Indians
History of a Great Nation (overview of Blackfeet tribal history) (Blackfeet Nation)
Lee Sultzman Erie History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Canada's First Nations (virtual exhibit) (U. Calgary and Red Deer C.)
Tom Flanagan (U. Calgary) "Bands, Tribes, or Nations?" (essay)
Lee Sultzman Huron History (overview, with data arranged by subject)
Indigenous Peoples: Canada (links) (Online Resources for Canadian Heritage)
Lee Sultzman Micmac History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Mi'kmaq Resource Center (homepage, includes links to oral histories, background articles, ethnographies, and more) (U. College of Cape Breton)
Lee Sultzman Montagnais History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Lee Sultzman Neutrals History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Oral Narratives and Aboriginal Pasts (e-text of report; homepage links to articles on culture and history) (Indian and Northern Affairs, Canada)
Lee Sultzman Ottawa History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Lee Sultzman Tionontati History (overview, with links to other on-site tribal histories)
Canadian Women in History (Susan Merritt / Cam Williams)
A Canada Reading List (Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim)
Historical Chinese Language Materials in British Columbia: An Electronic Inventory (database) (U. British Columbia)
Chinese Canadian Historical Photo Exhibit (19th c. photos) (Chinese Canadian National COuncil, Toronto)
Merna M. Forster heroines.ca: A Guide to Women in Canadian History 
1755: The French and Indian War Page (tables, links, and more) (Larry Roux, Syracuse U.)
Francis Parkman Count Frontenac and New France Under Louis XIV (1877) (analysis of military conflicts in North America in the 1690s) (Project Gutenberg, U. Pennsylvania)
Gateway to World History: Canadian History (Haines Brown)
Louisa's World: The 1815 Diary of a Nova Scotia Farm Girl Louisa Collins of Colin Grove, Dartmouth with Genealogy in Context and a Look at Country Life in the Regency Period (Dale McClare)
Online Resources for Canadian Heritage (Stephen Alsford / Canadian Museum of Civilization)
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U. S.
General U.S. History Resources
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.)
Archives
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)
Geography
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.)
Colonial
Archiving Early America (includes digitable library of images, primary documents, maps, plus links) (earlyamerica.com)
Classics of American Colonial History (texts of scholarly articles form the 1890's to the 1920's) (Dinsmore Documentation)
Declaration of Independence (Emory School of Law)
Early Maps of the New World (Hargrett Library, U. Georgia)
English Caricature Prints: 1720-1820 (virtual exhibit, with text by Edward Hammond) (Haley and Steele, Boston, MA)
Benjamin Franklin A Modest Enquiry into the Nature and Necessity of Paper Currency (1729) (U. of Groningen, Netherlands)
Benjamin Franklin Journal of a Voyage from England to Philadelphia, 1726 (U. of Groningen, Netherlands)
Benjamin Franklin The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (ed. Charles W. Eliot; with introduction, timeline, and links) (EServer, U. Washington)
Benjamin Franklin: A Documentary History (J.A. Leo Lemay, U. Delaware)
1755: The French and Indian War Page (tables, links, and more) (Larry Roux, Syracuse U.)
Francis Parkman Count Frontenac and New France Under Louis XIV (1877) (analysis of military conflicts in North America in the 1690s) (Project Gutenberg, U. Pennsylvania)
Hypertext on American History: (Primary Documents, Colonial Period) (U. of Groningen, Netherlands):
Homepage of Hypertext on American History  (U. of Groningen, Netherlands)
The First Virginia Charter, 1606 (Philip Schwarz)
The Second Virginia Charter, 1609 (Philip Schwarz)
The Third Virginia Charter, 1612 (Philip Schwarz)
Mayflower Compact, 1620 
Petition of Right, 1628 
Charter Of Massachusetts Bay, 1629 
The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut (1639) 
The Maryland Toleration Act, 1649 
Bacon's Declaration in the Name of the People, 30 July 1676 
Governor William Berkely on Bacon's Rebellion, 19 May 1676 
Penn's Plan for a Union, 1697 
Robert Beverley On Bacon's Rebellion, 1704 
The North Carolina Biennal Act, 1715 
Disposition of the North Carolina Biennal Act, 1737 
The Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress, October 19, 1765 
William Pitt's Speech on the Stamp Act, January 14 1766 
Captain Preston's Account of the Boston Massacre, March 5 1770 
Edmund Burke, Speech on Conciliation with America, March 22, 1775 
Charlotte Town Resolves, 1775 
Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities (links to APVA homepage and to the Jamestown Discovery exhibit)
Thomas Jefferson (virtual exhibit)(Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Thomas Jefferson Papers at the Library of Congress (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
John Bull and Uncle Sam: Four Centuries of British-American Relations (virtual exhibit focused on relations leading up to the Revolutionary War, along with consequences) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Leslie Brock Center for the Study of Colonial Currency (full texts of American colonial-era pamphlets and related scholarly materials dealing with currency issues)(U. of Virginia)
Special Collections in the Library of Congress: the Eighteenth Century (links to exhibits) (LOC, Washington, DC)
Madison's Treasures (virtual exhibit) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
Monticello: The Home of Thomas Jefferson (Thomas Jefferson Foundation)
The First American West: The Ohio River Valley, 1750-1820 (virtual exhibit on the collection) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Thomas Paine (links to texts by Thomas Paine) (Secular Web)
Rare Maps from Colonial America (U. Georgia)
Religion and the Founding of the American Republic (virtual exhibit, covering trans-Atlantic religious issues, leading to much immigration to America) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
From Revolution to Reconstruction . . . and What Happened Afterwards (resource on American history from colonial to modern times) (U. Groningen, the Netherlands)
Salem Witch Trials: Documentary Archive and Transcription Project (Benjamin Ray, U. of Virginia)
Janet Schaw, Journal of a Lady of Quality, Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the years 1774 to 1776 (wlink to full text; links to other articles; ithin the Documenting the American South site) (U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Virginia Colonial Records (searchable database of colonial records) (Library of Virginia)
Virtual Jamestown ("digital research, teaching, and learning project that explores the legacies of the Jamestown settlement and 'the Virginia experiment'") (Crandall A. Shifflett, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State U.)
George Washington's Papers at the Library of Congress, 1741-1799 (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Early Modern Europe: The Witch Hunts (links to primary and secondary sources, covering the European witch hunts, as well as instances in colonial America) (Frank Luttmer, Hanover C.)
Revolutionary America (to 1791)
The American Revolutionary War
The American Revolution: National Discussions of Our Revolutionary Origins (articles and links; designed to complement PBS's Liberty! series) (Mark L. Cornbluh, Michigan State U.)
americanrevolution.org (links, cultural and historical information, and images (History Channel)
The Battle of Brooklyn (essay) (Brooklyn Online)
The Battle of Breed's Hil/Bunker Hill (synopsis, with statistics and tactical info) (AROTC, Worcester Polytechnic I.)
Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (includes historical articles and images) (CTSSAR, East Haddam, CT)
Robert K. Wright, Jr. The Continental Army (monograph on army organization) (US Army Center for Military History)
Historical Statements Concerning the Battles of Kings Mountain and the Battle of Cowpens, South Carolina (e-text of 1928 publication) (US Army Center for Military History
Drums Along the Mohawk: The American Revolution on the New York Frontier (chronicles, letters, timeline, and more) (Gregory F. Ketcham)
Expédition Particulière (history of French involvement, including links) (Xenophon Group)
The Papers of Nathanael Greene (historical information, primary sources, links) (Dennis M. Conrad, U. of South Carolina)
Intelligence in the War of Independence (articles, primary documents) (Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC)
Military Science: Army ROTC, Bay State Batallion (links to detailed analysis of 4 Revolution battles) (AROTC, Worcester Polytechnic I.)
National Park Service: The American Revolution (links to exhibits) (NPS, US Dept. of the Interior)
The Oneidas and the Birth of the American Nation (history of Oneida military involvement) (Oneida Indian Nation, NY)
The Philadelphia Campaign, 1777 (developing site, with articles and images)(Independence Hall Association, Philadelphia, PA)
Histories of the Battle of Saratoga (links to historiographical accounts) (Richard Jensen, U. of Illinois-Chicago)
W. Gilmore Simms The Life of Francis Marion (e-text biography of "the Swamp Fox" general) (Project Gutenberg, Champaign, IL)
National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (homepage, links to historical articles and bibliography) (SAR, Louisville, KY)
Spy Letters of the American Revolution (texts, historical articles, chronology) (Clements Library, U. of Michigan)
Valley Forge National Historical Park (includes links to historical information) (National Park Service, US Dept. of the Interior)
Yorktown Campaign (August-October 1781) (summary, bibliography, maps, images) (Xenophon Group)
Thomas Paine (links to texts by Thomas Paine) (Secular Web)
the Declaration of Independence (articles, images, and links) (Independence Hall Association, Philadelphia, PA)
J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Letters From An American Farmer (Eric J. Gislason & Jill Spearman, U. Virginia)
English Caricature Prints: 1720-1820 (virtual exhibit, with text by Edward Hammond) (Haley and Steele, Boston, MA)
First Federal Congress Project (documentary history of 1789-91 congress) (George Washington U.)
Founding Fathers Info (articles, images, flag history, and more) (Chris Witten)
Hypertext on American History (Primary Documents) (U.of Groningen, Netherlands):
John Adams, Novanglus, February 6, 1775 
Second Continental Congrees, Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking Up Arms, July 6, 1775 
Final Text of the Declaration of Independence, July 4 1776 
Jefferson's Draft of the Declaration of Independence 
Jefferson's Notes on Slavery 
Letter of George Washington to John Hancock, September 24, 1776 
Virginia Declaration of Rights, 1776 
Draft for a Bill for Establishing Religious Freedom, by Jefferson, 1779 
Articles of Confederation, 1781 
James Madison, Memorial and Remonstrance -1785 
Annapolis Convention, 1786 
The Complete Federalist Papers 
Letter Presenting the Constitution 
The Northwest Ordinance 
USA Constitution 
Bill of Rights and the Amendments to The Constitution 
Madison Speech Proposing the Bill of Rights, June 8, 1789 
Proclamation of Neutrality, 1793 
Greenville Treaty with a Number of Indian Tribes, 1795 
Washington's Farewell Address, 1796 
Thomas Jefferson (virtual exhibit)(Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Thomas Jefferson Papers at the Library of Congress (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Bruce Johansen Forgotten Founders: Benjamin Franklin, the Iroquois and the Rationale for the American Revolution (full e-text of 1982 book)
John Bull and Uncle Sam: Four Centuries of British-American Relations (virtual exhibit focused on relations leading up to the Revolutionary War, along with consequences) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Madison's Treasures (virtual exhibit) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
Original Proposal Draft of The Bill of Rights of the U. S. (Karpeles Manuscript Library)
Rare Maps from Revolutionary America (U. Georgia)
the Betsy Ross Homepage (links to images and articles) (Independence Hall Association, Philadelphia, PA)
Temple of Liberty: Building the Capitol for a New Nation (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
George Washington's Papers at the Library of Congress, 1741-1799 (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Antebellum
the Alien and Sedition Acts (links to texts, in the Avalon Project) (Yale Law School
The Augusta Archive (Antebellum Augusta County, Virginia) 
The Barbary Wars (historical essay, with images) (The Mariners' Museum, VA)
James Lewis The Black Hawk War of 1832 (articles, images, primary sources, and more) (Abraham Lincoln Digitization Project, Northern Illinois U.)
Five Views: A History of Mexican Americans in California (National Park Service)
Indian Wars (chronology of "named campaigns," followed by descriptions) (Center for Military History, US Army)
Andrew Jackson's Actions and Deeds Against Southeastern Indians (chronology, editotials) (U. California, Riverside)
Andrew Jackson (biography and bibliography) (State Library of North Carolina)
Andrew Jackson Indian Removal: Extract from Andrew Jackson's Seventh Annual Message to Congress (in the Archives of the West) (Public Broadcasting Service)
Lewis & Clark Page (support site for the film by Ken Burns; includes info, interactive resources, classroom resources, etc.)
Lewis and Clark
The Ethnography of Lewis and Clark: Native American Objects and the American Quest for Commerce and Science (virtual exhibit, with images, articles, and more) (Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard U.)
Lewis & Clark Page (support site for the film by Ken Burns; includes info, interactive resources, classroom resources, etc.)
Rivers, Edens, Empires: Lewis & Clark and the Revealing of America (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Lewis and Clark: Mapping the West (virtual exhibit) (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC)
Lewis and Clark as Naturalists (virtual exhibit) (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC)
Bonnie Butterfield Sacagawea (biographical article, with numerous works of art and photographs, plus a bibliography)
Rivers, Edens, Empires: Lewis & Clark and the Revealing of America (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Maps of Liberia, 1830-1870 (virtual exhibit of maps from the American Colonization Society) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Louisiana Purchase: 1803 and Associated Documents (etexts of primary sources) (Avalon Project, Yale Law S.)
Maps of the Period of American Union and Expansion (Hargrett Library, U. Georgia)
Westward by Sea: A Maritime Perspective on Western Expansion, 1829-1890 (virtual exhibit) (Mystic Seaport.org, and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Monroe Doctrine, 1823 (American Revolution HTML Project)
The First American West: The Ohio River Valley, 1750-1820 (virtual exhibit on the collection) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Commodore Perry's Expedition to Japan (1853)
John W. Dower and Shigeru Miyagawa (Massachusetts I. of Technology) Black Ships and Samurai (site devoted to Admiral Perry's visit to Japan)
Japanese Reply (1854) to President Fillmore’s Letter and Response of Commodore Perry (e-text, in English) (Joseph V. O'Brien, John Jay C. of Criminal Justice, New York)
Commodore Matthew Perry's Visit to the Bonin Islands, June 1853 (Perry's notes and journals, as edited by Francis L. Hawks in 1856)
Letter from U.S. Pres. Millard Fillmore (1853 letter to Commodore Perry) (Center for East Asia Studies, U. California, Los Angeles)
Naval Historical Center (Washington Naval Yard, DC) Commodore Perry and the Opening of Japan (e-curriculum, including a biography, discussion questions, and activities)
Perry's Japan Expedition (virtual exhibit, with a number of paintings of sites Perry visited and of contemporary Japanese society) (Nimitz Library, US Naval Academy Museum, Annapolis, MD)
Commodore Matthew Perry When We Landed in Japan, 1854 (e-text of Perry's notes edited by Francis L. Hawks, within Fordham U.'s Modern History Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, U. North FLorida)
The Opening of Japan to the West (virtual exhibit) (Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale U.)
Territorial Florida, Statehood, and the Seminole Indian Wars (1821-1858) (timeline, images) (Gail CLement, Florida International U.)
Temple of Liberty: Building the Capitol for a New Nation (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The US-Mexican War
K. Jack Bauer Mexican War (overview) (U. of Texas at Austin Library and the Texas State Historical Ass.
The Mexican War and California (articles) (California Military Museum)
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (historical background, with complete text of treaty) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Juan Villegas (U. of San Diego) The Treaty of Gudalupe Hidalgo (overview and images, with relevant links)
Paul R. Machula The Mexican War (history about Arizona and the Mexican War)
Mexican War (maps and military information) (US Military Academy, West Point, NY)
David Saville MUzzey (Columbia U.) The Mexican War (excerpts from 1911 text, plus images) (Virtual Museum of the City of San Francisco)
John D. Sloat The Mexican War and California: The Sloat Proclamation (1846)(The California Military Museum)
The US-Mexican War (1846-1848) (timeline, essays, and links) (PBS.org)
The U.S.-Mexican War of 1846-48 (overview and images) (Brazuria County Historical Museum, Angleton, TX)
The U.S. Mexican War (historical articles and images) (Descendants of Mexican War Veterans)
The U.S. Mexican War: 1846-1848 (essays, images, and a timeline) (PBS Online)
War of 1812
J. B. Calvert (U. Denver, Colorado) The War of 1812 And All That: An introduction to the War of 1812: an episode in the history of bungling, with its effects on the Indians (detailed overview, with emphasis on military politics, especially as regards various Native American threats)
Joshua Kuss (San Diego U.) The War of 1812 (articles, by topic, plus bibliography)
The James Madison Center: the War of 1812 (primary documents, articles, pedagogical resources, and more) (James Madison U.)
Native American Material: War of 1812 (links to primary documents in facsimile, with descriptions) (Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan U.)
Wesley Allen Riddle (U. Maryland University C.-Camp Doha) The War of 1812 (overview)
the War of 1812 (maps, articles) (US Military Academy, West Point, NY)
The War of 1812 Website (articles, images, documents, and links) (Military Heritage.com)
Slavery & Abolition
The Abolitionist (collection of articles related to the abolitionist movement) (African Genesis)
Abolition: African-American Mosaic Exhibition
Homepage of Abolition: African-American Mosaic Exhibition (Library of Congress)
Conflict of Abolition and Slavery (Library of Congress)
Influence of Prominent Abolitionists (Library of Congress)
The African American: A Journey from Slavery to Freedom (Robert Delaney, Long Island U.)
From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1822-1909 (virtual exhibit on the collection) (and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Africans in America Part 4 Resource Bank Contents (includes info on antebellum slavery, abolitionism, fugitive slaves and Northern racism, westward expansion, and the Civil War, and each topic addresses people, historical documents, and modern voices) (PBS Online)
American Memory
Homepage of 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)
African American Odyssey: A Quest for Full Citizenship (includes exhibit sections "Slavery: The Peculiar Institution," "Free Blacks in the Antebellum Period," "Abolition," among others) (Library of Congress)
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938 ("contains more than 2,300 first-person accounts of slavery and 500 black-and-white photographs of former slaves") (Library of Congress)
Frederick Douglass Papers (Library of Congress)
From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1822-1909 (Library of Congress)
Lincoln Papers: Emancipation Proclamation (provides introduction, timeline, and images, including Lincoln's first draft of the document) (Library of Congress)
Slaves and the Courts, 1740-1860 (Library of Congress)
Voices from the Days of Slavery: Former Slaves Tell Their Stories (Library of Congress)
Amistad
The Amistad, 40 U.S. 518 (1841) ("full-text of the U.S. Supreme Court decision and links to relevant sites") (FindLaw)
Amistad Home Page (information about the Amistad incident and legal issues related to Spielberg's film) (Michael Peil, Legal Information Institute)
Amistad Research Center (Tulane U.)
Exploring Amistad at Mystic Seaport (info on the Amistad Revolt of 1839-1842, including timelines, an online library of over 500 primary documents including court documents, journal entries, and newspaper stories, and teaching resources)
Famous American Trials: Amistad Trials, 1839-1840 (Doug Linder, U. Missouri, Kansas City)
The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record (extensive collection of images) (Jerome S. Handler and Michael L. Tuite, Jr., U. Virginia)
Beyond Face Value: Depictions of Slavery in Confederate Currency (US Civil War Center)
Black Loyalists: Our History, Our People (Tony Pace, Canada's Digital Collections)
A Chronology of American Slavery (Eddie Becker, Holt House)
Kenneth M. Clark, "James Madison and Slavery" (James Madison Museum)
Featured Document: The Emancipation Proclamation (includes background, transcript, and images of the original document) (US National Archives & Records Administration)
Frederick Douglass Papers (Library of Congress)
Freedmen and Southern Society Project (books and documents concerning the history of emancipation during the American Civil War) (Steven F. Miller, U. Maryland)
H-Slavery Discussion Network (H-Net Humanities and Social Sciences OnLine)
Terry Matthews (Wake Forest U.) The Religion of the Slaves (lecture transcript)
Maps of Liberia, 1830-1870 (virtual exhibit of maps from the American Colonization Society) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
LII: US Constitution: Amendment XIII (Legal Information Institute, Cornell U.)
LII: US Constitution: Amendment XIV (Legal Information Institute, Cornell U.)
The Middle Passage: Voyage into Bondage (K-12 teaching resource) (U.S. News Classroom)
The Museum of African Slavery ("virtual museum dedicated to the history of slavery and the slave trade in the Atlantic")
Charles P. M. Outwin, "Securing the Leg Irons: Restriction of Legal Rights for Slaves in Virginia and Maryland, 1625-1791" (Early America Review)
Slave Narratives
American Slave Narratives: An Online Anthology (includes annotated index of narratives, related readings, other resources, and sound files) (American Studies Hypertexts, U. Virginia)
"Been Here So Long": Selections from the WPA American Slave Narratives (New Deal Network)
Documenting the American South: North American Slave Narratives (includes electronic texts, introductions to the slave narrative, a bibliography listed both alphabetically and chronologically, and a guide to religious content in slave narratives) (Academic Affairs Library, U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Electronic Text Center: African American (U. Virginia Library)
Lesson Plan: Slave Narratives: Constructing U.S. History through Analyzing Primary Sources (EDSITEment)
The Slave Narrative (introductory page including definitions, examples, purposes, influences, popularity, parallels, patterns, and motifs) (Donna M. Campbell, Gonzaga U.)
Third Person, First Person: Slave Voices from the Special Collections Library (Paolo Mangiafico, Duke U.)
Slavery in America (includes history, geography, American literature, narratives/biographies, teacher resources, image gallery, and encyclopedia) (New York Life)
Sandra Thomas, "Frederick Douglass" (online biography) (U. Rochester)
The Time of the Lincolns (PBS Online)
The Underground Railroad
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (educational resources)
UGR: Home - The Retracing of the Underground Railroad (multimedia presentation of journeys along the route, made by Southern California educators) (Footsteps to Freedom)
The Underground Railroad (National Geographic Online)
The Underground Railroad (History Channel exhibit)
Underground Railroad: Lower Mississippi Delta Region (Nile of the New World, National Park Service)
Understanding Slavery (K-12 teaching resource; includes info on Olaudah Equiano and a virtual slave auction) (Discovery School)
United States National Slavery Museum (Fredericksburg, Virginia)
Virginia Runaways Homepage (transcriptions and images of runaway slave and servant advertisements from 18th-century Virginia newspapers) (Tom Costa, U. Virginia C. at Wise)
U.S. Civil War
The American Civil War Homepage (numerous links, many annotated, covering all aspects of the Civil War) (George H. Hoemann and Mary E. Myers, U. of Tennessee)
Constitution of the Confederacy (Karpeles Manuscript Library)
Constitution of the Confederate States (transcription of text) (Ohio U. Law Center)
Crisis at Fort Sumter (articles arranged by subject) (Richard B. Latner et al., Tulane U.)
Gettysburg Address (electronic exhibit, including photos, draft information, and more) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Ulysses S. Grant Network (educational resources) (marie Kelsey, C. of St. Scholastica, Duluth, MN)
George B. Kirchner Kirchner's Map of the Confederacy, 1863 (detailed analysis of aspects of the map)
Abraham Lincoln Online (includes texts of speeches, historical articles, and news)
Roger Norton Abraham Lincoln's Assassination (images, essays, and background information)
The Abraham Lincoln Papers at the Library of Congress (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Mr. Lincoln's Virtual Library (virtual exhibit, including papers and related sheet music) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Maps of the American Civil War (Hargrett Library, U. Georgia)
Monitor: History and Legacy (articles arranged by subject) (Mariners' Museum, Newport News, VA)
Selected Civil War Photographs (part of the American Memory set of sites) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
A Civil War Soldier in the Wild Cat Regiment: Selections from the Tilton C. Reynolds Papers (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Selected Civil War Photographs Home Page (Library of Congress) 
Suite101.com: American Civil War (Mike Swogger)
U.S. Civil War Center (Louisiana State U)
The U.S. Civil War Center (includes exhibits, historical information, links, program details, and more) (Louisiana State U.)
The Valley of the Shadow: Two Communities in the Civil War (focus on Augusta County, VA and Franklin County, PN) (Edward L. Ayers, UVA)
Washington During the Civil War: The Diary of Horatio Nelson Taft, 1861-1865 (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Later 19th Century
Homepage for the American Family Immigration History Center (Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc.)
American Memory: The Chinese in California, 1850-1925 ("illustrates nineteenth and early twentieth century Chinese immigration to California through about 8,000 images and pages of primary source materials") (Library of Congress)
William Wei (U. Colorado, Boulder), "The Chinese-American Experience: 1857-92" (HarpWeek)
The Evolution of the Conservation Movement: 1850-1920 (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Digital History - America's Reconstruction ("presents an up-to-date portrait of a period whose unrealized goals of economic and racial justice still confront our society") (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)
The Equal Rights Party History Project ("focuses upon the 545 women and men who founded the Equal Rights Party in May of 1872") (Timothy Messer-Kruse, U. Toledo)
HarpWeek: Explore History (electronic access to the full text and images of Harper's Weekly, 1857-1912)
Jacob A. Riis, How the Other Half Lives: Studies among the Tenements of New York (1890) (Yale U.)
US-Indian Wars
James Lewis The Black Hawk War of 1832 (articles, images, primary sources, and more) (Abraham Lincoln Digitization Project, Northern Illinois U.)
Fallen Timbers Archaeological Project (articles, images, and sources related to the 1795 battle) (Heidelberg C., Tiffin, OH)
Indian Wars (chronology of "named campaigns," followed by descriptions) (Center for Military History, US Army)
Andrew Jackson's Actions and Deeds Against Southeastern Indians (chronology, editotials) (U. California, Riverside)
Andrew Jackson Indian Removal: Extract from Andrew Jackson's Seventh Annual Message to Congress (in the Archives of the West) (Public Broadcasting Service)
Chief Joseph: Nez Perce 1840-1904, Nez Percéé Indian chief (biographical overview, quotations, plus a photograph) (Daniel N. Paul)
The Navajo and Apache Wars (within the History of the West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library" exhibition; overview and photos) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
National Indian Wars Association (society homepage, with links, articles, and other info related to the Indian Wars period, 1866-1890) (NIWA, Thousand Oaks, CA)
The Red River War (overview of conflict between the "between the United States Army and warriors of the Kiowa, Comanche, Southern Cheyenne, and southern Arapaho Indian tribes," 1874-5) (James Haley, U. Texas)
Paul T. Scheips Darkness and Light: The Interwar Years, 1865-1898 (overview of US military activity) (Center of Military History, Washington, DC)
Territorial Florida, Statehood, and the Seminole Indian Wars (1821-1858) (timeline, images) (Gail CLement, Florida International U.)
The Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapho Wars (within the History of the American West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library exhibit; overview and photos) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Isaac V.D. Heard History of the Sioux War and Massacres of 1862 and 1863 (follow link to full e-text of 1864 book) (U. Michigan)
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
"Winning the West: The Army in the Indian Wars, 1865-1890" (excerpt from American Militrary History (Center of Military History, US Army, Washington, DC)
Westward by Sea: A Maritime Perspective on Western Expansion, 1829-1890 (virtual exhibit) (Mystic Seaport.org, and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Last Days of a President: Films of McKinley and the Pan-American Exhibition, 1901 (virtual exhibit on the collection) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Era of William McKinley (articles and images) (K. Austin Kerr, Ohio State U.)
The Nineteenth Century in Print: Books (part of The Making of America in Books and Periodicals; virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and U. of Michigan)
Prairie Settlement: Nebraska Photographs and Family Letters, 1862-1912 (virtual exhibit on the collection) (Nebraska Historical Society, and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Sarah Watts (Wake Forest U.) How Teddy Roosevelt Became a Cowboy (excerpt from Rough Rider in the White House; includes images)
Separate Lives, Broken Dreams: Saga of Chinese Immigration (discussion of U.S. Chinese Exclusion Act, links to related resources) (National Asian American Telecommunication Association)
The Spanish-American War
Anti-Imperialism in the United States, 1898-1935 [Show]
The Spanish-American War Centennial Website (numerous articles and background info) (Jess Giessel and Patrick McSherry)
Crucible of Empire: the Spanish-American War (educational resources, in a site devoted to the televised documentary) (PBS)
A War in Perspective, 1898-1998: Public Appeals, Memory, and the Spanish-American Conflict  (exhibit materials, arranged by subject) (New York Public Library)
Traders: Voices from the Trading Post (virtual exhibit on traders int he Four Corners region, focusing on Hopi and Navajo reservations; includes oral histories, description of the NITA, and more) (Northern Arizona 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
A War in Perspective, 1898-1998: Public Appeals, Memory, and the Spanish-American Conflict (New York Public Library)
Worcester Women's History Project (site devoted to the first U.S. Women's Rights Convention held in Worcester in 1850; includes pages on rediscovered mid-nineteenth-century authors, information about a planned reenactment of the 1850, and an
20th Century (To 1950)
America in the 1930's (multimedia presentations, including timeline) (U. of Virginia)
Anti-Imperialism in the United States, 1898-1935
Homepage (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")
Daniel B. Schirmer, "U.S. Racism and Intervention in the Third World, Past and Present" (1994) (Friends of the Filipino People Bulletin / Jim Zwick)
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)
Jim Zwick (Syracuse U.), "Imperialists and Anti-Imperialists: The Roots of American Non-Intervention Movements" (1990) (Friends of the Filipino People Bulletin)
The Evolution of the Conservation Movement: 1850-1920 (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Prosperity and Thrift: The Coolidge Era and the Consumer Economy, 1921-1929 (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
FDR Cartoon Collection Database (30,000 "political cartoons featuring Franklin D. Roosevelt and the activities of his administration dating from 1932 to 1943") (Paul Bachorz, Niskayuna High School)
American Life Histories: Manuscripts from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-40 (archives of recorded histories; part of the American memory set of sites) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Harlem Renaissance (Jill Diesman, Northern Kentucky U.)
The History of Jim Crow (includes historical information, multimedia presentations, and teacher's resources) (New York Life)
Japanese-American History
Japanese American History Archives (museum information, plus selections from photo archives) (JAHA, San Francisco)
Japanese American National Museum (info, exhibits, and more) (JANM, Los Angeles)
Suffering Under a Great Injustice: Ansal Adams's Photographs of Japanese-American Internment at Manzanar (part of American Memory) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Manzanar National Historic Site (National Park Service)
Nikkei Heritage (exhibits, society info, links, and more) (National Japanese American History Society, San Francisco)
Korean American Digital Archive (photographs, documents, and more, focused on the period from 1903-68) (Ken Klein, U. Southern California)
For European Recovery: The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Marshall Plan (online exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
New Deal Network ("educational guide to the Great Depression of the 1930s," includes classroom resources, documents, images, forums, etc.) (Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute)
Convention Between the US And Panama  (e-text of the Panama Canal agreement of 1903, within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook hosted by Fordham U.) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
The Red Scare (1918-1921) (an image database covering the period) (Leo Robert Klein, William and Anita Newman Library, City U. of New York)
The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow (PBS Online)
Susan B. Anthony (Jody Litt, U. Rochester)
Traders: Voices from the Trading Post (virtual exhibit on traders int he Four Corners region, focusing on Hopi and Navajo reservations; includes oral histories, description of the NITA, and more) (Northern Arizona U.)
US_-Asian Affaris, 1900-44
American-Japanese Pre- War Relations [Show]
The Boxer Rebellion [Show]
World War II and the US
Children of the Camps: The Japanese American WWII Internment Camp Experience ("documentary captures the experiences of six Americans of Japanese ancestry who were confined as innocent children to internment camps") (Satsuki Ina)
The Navajo Code Talkers' Dictionary (declassified document) (Navy Historical Center, Washington, DC)
Executive Order 9066: The Internment of 110,000 Japanese Internment (Asian American Studies Center, U. California, Los Angeles)
Doouglas MacArthur War Report: US Occupation of Japan (speech made on August 30, 1945; within larger speech archive) (History Channel.com)
Women Come to the Front: Journalists, Photographers, and Broadcasters During World War II (exhibition on eight women wartime correspondents) (Library of Congress)
Mattie E. Treadwell The Women's Army Corps (monograph telling the history of women in the US armed forces in WWII) (Center of Military History, US Army, Washington, DC)
Books Go to War: The Armed Services Editions in World War Two (virtual exhibit of 1996 exhibition at the Dome Room of the Rotunda) (U. Virginia)
WW II Resources (links to primary documents) (Larry Jewell)
WWII and the Atomic Bomb (see under Asia below) 
The Dream of Flight: A Library of Congress Presentation Celebrating the Centennial of Flight (virtual exhibit, covering the history of flight across cultures, as well as the Wright brothers) (LOC, Washington DC)
20th Century (After 1950)
Audio of Joe McCarthy (WebCorp)
"A Biased Timeline of the Counter-Culture" ('60s culture) (Judith Goldsmith)
Creative Space: Fifty Years of Robert Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop (virtual exhibit, with lithographic images and cultural and historical background) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
'With an Even Hand': Brown V. Board at 50 (virtual exhibit) (Library of COngress, Washington, DC)
Chicago '68: An Introduction (primarily a chronology of the events in the parks and streets of Chicago during the 1968 Democratic National Convention; also includes bibliography, other site links) (Dean Blobaum)
The Cold War HIstory 1945-1991 (links arranged by topic, within the WWW Virtual Libray site) (Tim Givan)
Documents from the Women's Liberation Movement ("on-line archival collection documents various aspects of the Women's Liberation Movement in the US, and focuses specifically on the radical origins of this movement during the late 1960s and early 1970s") (Special Collections Library, Duke U.)
The Historical Text Archive: Vietnam War Page (links) (Don Mabry, Mississippi St. U)
History 3822: United States in the 20th Century, 1945 to the Present (Erika Lee, U. Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Conflict in Indochina 1954-1979 (links to tutorial articles within the HSC Online site) (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
Troy Johnson, "The Alcatraz Indian Occupation" (National Park Service)
Kent State University: The May 4 Collection (archives and information related to the 1970 protest debacle) (Kent State U. Library)
The Korean War
The Korean War (within the Korean History: A Bibliography site)(Kenneth R. Robinson, U. Hawaii)
Commemorating the Korean War (virtual exhbit, with multimedia archives) (US Department of Defense)
Conflict and Consequence: The Korean War and its Unsettled Legacy  (virtual exhibit, with articles and other archived material) (Truman Presidential Museum and Library, Independence, MO)
50th Anniversary of the War to Resist US Aggression & Aid Korea  (articles, timelines, and images, through a Chinese perspective on the "Korean War") (the China Internet Information Center)
Russell A. Guegler Combat Actions in Korea (articles arranged by topic; in the US Army Historical Series)
Korean War Maps (US Army Center of Military History)
Cold War International History Project Virtual Archive: New Evidence on the Korean War (links to articles) (Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC)
NASA History Office (links, resources, data, and more) (Steven Dick, NASA)
National Security Archive: Electronic Briefing Books (provides "online access to critical declassified records on issues including U.S. national security, foreign policy, diplomatic and military history, intelligence policy, and more" (George Washington U.)
Okinawa: The American Years, 1945-1972 (biographical articles, photos, bibliographies, and more) (Nicholas Evan Sarantakes, Texas A and M U.)
Richard Nixon Audio Archive (WebCorp) (requires audio capability)
San Francisco Diggers (1966-68) ('60s culture; happenings)
The Seattle Times: Martin Luther King Jr. (extensive resources on MLK, Jr., and the civil rights movement)
Senator Joe McCarthy: A Multimedia Celebration (Realaudio files) (Webcorp)
The Sixties Project (history and culture of the '60s) (Kali Tal)
U.S. Nuclear Accidents ("a compilation of some of the known events involving nuclear devices and facilities" (allen lutins)
The Vietnam War
Vietnam War Bibliography (Richard Jensen, U. Illinois)
Vietnam War Bibliography (Edwin E. Moïse, Clemson U.)
Online Bookshelves: Vietnam War (CMH publications) (US Army Center of Military History)
The Historical Text Archive: Vietnam War Page (links) (Don Mabry, Mississippi St. U)
Vietnam War: Maps (US Military Academy, West Point, NY)
The My Lai Courts-Martial 1970 (multimedia resources, within larger law case site) (Douglas Linder, U. Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)
Recalling the Vietnam War (articles and interviews with numerous scholars) (Institute of International Studies, U. California, Berkeley)
The Fall of Saigon (archived articles, introductory essay by Malcolm W. Browne, and more) (the New York Times)
The Vietnam Conflict (articles, images, and other resources, arranged by topic) (John K. Swensson, De Anza C.)
Voices of the Civil Rights Era (audio files) (Webcorp)
AIM and Wounded Knee Documents (links to primary documents covering the American Indian Movement and the 1973 siege at Wounded Knee) (Mike Wicks and the Michigan State U. Library)
US Book 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 Davies Project: American Libraries before 1876 (searchable database,offers statistics, tables, and more) (Princeton U.)
US Print History
From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1822-1909 (virtual exhibit on the collection) (and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Cultural Readings: Colonization and Print in the Americas (virtual exhibit, with sections arranged by topic, including essays and links) (U. Pennsylvania)
An American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and Other Printed Ephemera (virtual exhibit on the collection) (and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Creative Space: Fifty Years of Robert Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop (virtual exhibit, with lithographic images and cultural and historical background) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
American Printing History Association (organization homepage, including links to related sites)
RSAP: Research Society for American Periodicals  (includes resource page with scans of periodicals ffrom the 19th-21 centuries, society info, and more) (Ellen Gruber Garvey)
Books Go to War: The Armed Services Editions in World War Two (virtual exhibit of 1996 exhibition at the Dome Room of the Rotunda) (U. Virginia)
Charles Seavey (U. Missouri) Public Libraries: Images from the 1876 Report (explanatory text, wtih images culled from the US Bureau of Education Report
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History of the Book
General Resources
Book History Online (bibliographical database) (Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands)
Matt T. Roberts and Don Etherington Bookbinding and the Conservation of books: A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology (with drawings by Margaret R. Brown and a preface by Frederick R. Goff' part of the COOL: Conservation OnLine set of pages, hosted by Stanford U.)
British Association of Paper Historians (archived articles, overview of paper history, news, links, and more) (Durham, UK)
Centre for Manuscript and Print Studies (multi-institutional site, with extensive links on book history and related subjects) (Institute of English Studies, London, UK)
The History of Copyright: A Critical Overview With Source Texts in Five Languages (description of forthcoming book, plus links to primary documents) (Karl-Erik Tallmo)
Harry Hillman Chartrand "Copyright C.P.U." (essay on the history of licensing and copyright)
Digital Scriptorium (searchable database of manuscript images) (U. of California, Berkeley and Columbia U.)
Indiana U.: Center for the History of the Book Seminar (abstracts of papers archived, plus general information) (Paul Gutjahr and Peter Lindenbaum, Indiana U.)
Bruce Jones (U. California, San Diego) Manuscripts, Books, and Maps: The Printing Press and a Changing World (articles on the history of the book)
Medieval Manuscripts on the Web (links to archives) (Siân Echard, U. of British Columbia)
NYPL: History of Books and Printing: A Guide to the Collections of the Humanities and Social Sciences Library (bibliographies, arranged by subject) (New York Public Library)
Literary Resources: Bibliography & History of the Book (annotated links) (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Paleography and Codicology: Introductory Bibliography (Martin Irvine, Georgetown U.)
The Robert C. Williams American Museum of Papermaking (exhibits, museum info, links, and more) (Georgia Tech)
Penn State Center for the History of the Book (general information, some links under "reference," bibliography, and more) (James L.W. West, Penn State U.)
The Great Menagerie: The Wonderful World of Pop-Up and Movable Books, 1811-1996 (images and overview articles, arranged by century, from a 19997-98 exhibit at the Rare Book Room, Willis Library) (Kenneth Lavender and Gwen Smith, U. North Texas)
Princeton U.: The Center for the Study of Books and Media (conference papers archived, some links, center information, and more) (Princeton U.)
Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image (searchable database of texts, exhibitions, information about other collections, and more) (U. Pennsylvania)
SHARP: Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing (numerous links, arranged by subject) (Patrick Leary)
Daniel Traister (U. of Pennsylvania) Resources for the History of Books and Printing (annotated links, covering both centers for book studies and archived images)
UK Book History
An Anthology of Chancery English (e-texts of numerous bureaucratic writing samples, from the John H. Fisher, et. al 1984 edition) (Electronic Text Center, U. of Virginia)
BOOKHAD: Support for Nationwide Research in Book History and Book Design (links up 6 library centers with major holdings in the history of the book) (U. of the Arts, London)
The British Book Trades 1710-1777: an index of masters and apprentices recorded in the Inland Revenue registers at the Public Record Office, Kew (searchable database) (Ian Maxted, Devon County COuncil)
The British book trades 1775-1787: an index to insurance policies (database, in the Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History series) (Ian Maxted, Devon County Council)
Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History (homepage, with lists of papers, arranged by topic, on the UK, but with a focus on Southwest England) (Ian Maxted, Devon County Council)
BBTI: The British Book Trade Index ("an index of the names and brief biographical details and trade details of people who worked in the book trade in England and Wales and who were trading by 1851") (U. Birmingham)
British Association of Paper Historians (archived articles, overview of paper history, news, links, and more) (Durham, UK)
Centre for the History of the Book (homepage, with journal files, links to other sites, and relevant news) (Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, U. of Edinburgh)
Ian Maxted A History of the Book in Devon (articles, arranged by period) (Devon County Council)
The English Emblem Book Project (large repository of emblem books; presents facismile pages, some clickable to to show the text associated with each emblem) (Penn State U.)
HoBo: The site formerly known as History of the Book @ Oxford ("Dedicated webspace for History of the Book events and resources throughout the UK") (Ian Gadd, Oxford U.)
Library History Database: The British Isles to 1850 (includes statistical information arranged by topic and region, data on, currently, 27,000 libraries across Britain, plus links, and more) (Robin Alston, U. College, London)
he London Book Trades of the Later 18th Century (articles and statistics) (Victor Berch and Ian Maxted, Devon COunty Council)
SBTI: Scottish Book Trade Index (National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh)
UK Print History [Show]
Imperial Views, Colonial Subjects: Victorian Periodicals and the Empire (images and text from a 1999 exhibition at the Sterling Memorial Library) (Yale U.)
Lynne M. Fors (U. Illinois Library) Chez La Veuve: Women Printers in Great Britain 1475-1700 (virtual exhibit, with images and articles)
US Book 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 Davies Project: American Libraries before 1876 (searchable database,offers statistics, tables, and more) (Princeton U.)
US Print History [Show]
Charles Seavey (U. Missouri) Public Libraries: Images from the 1876 Report (explanatory text, wtih images culled from the US Bureau of Education Report
Yale, Sterling Memorial Library: Arts of the Book Collection (details on collections, summaries of exhibits, and links) (Yale U.)
Virtual Exhibits on General Book History
The Age of Charles V (1000 illuminations from 14th-Century manuscripts) (Bibliothèque Nationale de France)
Treasures of the Royal Library (images and texts from the cream of the collection, ranging from manuscript to print, and with different kinds of documents) (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Dresden: Treasures from the Saxon State Library (virtual exhibit, on the manuscript and print collections, on later history, through the Romantic period) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Illustrated Book, 1780-1830: selected from the collection of Harris N. Hollin (virtual exhibit, (Kenneth R. Holston, Dept of Special Collections, U. Pennsylvania Library)
World Treasures of the Library of Congress: Beginnings (online exhibit of "international collections"; various media are presented) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
American Treasures of the Library of Congress (online exhibit, with objects in various media) (LOC, Washington, DC)
DScriptorium  (digital images of manuscript pages, as well as links to manuscript archives and special exhibitions) (Jesse D. Hurlbut, Brigham Young U.)
Vatican Exhibit (virtual exhibit, including images of the Vatican Library) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Manuscripts and Manuscript Study
General Resources
The Medieval Bestiary: Manuscripts (descriptions of manuscripts containing medieval bestiaries, along with some images) (David Badke)
The Age of Charles V (1000 illuminations from 14th-Century manuscripts) (Bibliothèque Nationale de France)
Bodleian Library, Illuminations from Manuscript Pages 
Centre for Manuscript and Print Studies (a "new research centre created from the merger of the Centre for Palaeography and the Research Centre in the History of the Book"; site has events info, links, and more) (Institute of English Studies, London)
Finales de libro: Exposición de colofones (images from exhibit on colophons, from ancient to modern, in Spanish) (U. Salmanaca)
Digital Scriptorium (searchable database of manuscript images) (U. of California, Berkeley and Columbia U.)
Early Manuscripts at Oxford ("digital facsimiles of complete manuscripts, scanned direct from the originals"; inncludes ancient papyri (from Herculaneum), Celtic manuscripts, and other medieval manuscripts) (Oxford U.)
Kevin S. Kiernan (U. Kentucky), "Digital Preservation, Restoration, and Dissemination of Medieval Manuscripts" 
Medieval Manuscripts on the Web (links to archives) (Siân Echard, U. of British Columbia)
Medieval English Literary Manuscripts (glossary of terminology key to manuscript studies, including a discussion of locating microfilm copies of mss, by Tom Hickman) (Rossell Hope Robbins Library, U. of Rochester)
Technology of the Word in the Middle Ages (manuscript images) (Jim O'Donnell, U. Penn)
Manuscript Studies
The Auchinleck Manuscript (description and history of the Auchinleck MS) (Alison Wiggins, National Library of Scotland)
Borgia Group of Unknown Provenience [sic] (manuscript information, images, and bibliography) (GB Online)
Scrolls from the Dead Sea: The Ancient Library of Qumran and Modern Scholarship (virtual exhibit, including historical background and images) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Declaring Independence: Drafting the Documents (online exhibit, with articles and images) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
The Piers Plowman Electronic Archive (description of broad-based project to produce electronic reproductions of Piers texts) (Hoyt Duggan, U. of Virginia)
Libraries of Timbuktu: for the Preservation and Promotion of African Literary Heritage (images, articles, and program description) (Alida Jay Boye, U. of Oslo)
Ancient Manuscripts from the Desert Libraries of Timbuktu (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Poet at Work: Recovered Notebooks from the Thomas Biggs Harned Walt Whitman Collection (virtual exhibit) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Manuscript Reproductions and Exhibits
The Age of Charles V (1000 illuminations from 14th-Century manuscripts) (Bibliothèque Nationale de France)
Aberdeen Bestiary Project (Aberdeen Library, UK; digitized images of complete manuscript)
The Age of Charles V (1000 illuminations from 14th-Century manuscripts) (Bibliothèque Nationale de France)
The Book Of Kells [Show]
Dresden: Treasures from the Saxon State Library (virtual exhibit, on the manuscript and print collections, on later history, through the Romantic period) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Leonoardo da Vinci: From inspiration to innovation  (virtual exhibit, with viewable reproductions of the Codex Arundel, a 16th-century manuscript, as well as background articles, and more; in the Treasures collection) (the British Library, London, UK)
A Leonardo da Vinci Notebook (Codex Arundel) (British Library exhibit)
Les Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry (Project ARTFL)
The Lindisfarne Gospels (images of the manuscript, and articles about background) (the British Library, London)
DScriptorium  (digital images of manuscript pages, as well as links to manuscript archives and special exhibitions) (Jesse D. Hurlbut, Brigham Young U.)
The Wanderer (reproduction of manuscript pages, plus edition and translation of poem) (Tim Romano)
Manuscript Archives
Bibliothèque nationale de France 
Biblioteca Nacional  (Madrid, Spain)
Bodleian Library (Oxford U.)
The British Library (Manuscripts collections homepage)
Cambridge University Library (Department of Manuscripts and University Archives)
The Archive of John Evelyn (e-texts of his diaries, within a virtual exhibition) (the British Library, London, UK)
Treasures from Two Millennia:Fifty Treasures from Glasgow University Library 
Hill Monastic Manuscript Library (Saint John's U.)
The Huntington Library 
Karpeles Manuscript Library (site for a museum with numerous holdings throughout the US, with images, links, and more) (The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museums)
The Library of Congress (Washington, DC)
The Library of Congress: Manuscript Reading Room (includes online exhibits, information about the library's services, and more) (LOC, Washington, DC)