American Memory from the Library of Congress
Historical documents and photos.
Archiving Early America: Historic Documents from 18th Century America
Primary source material displayed digitally including original newspapers, maps and writings come to life on your screen just as they appeared to our forebears more than 200 years ago. Includes information about the documents.
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
The Arizona History and Archives Division identifies, collects, preserves and provides access to the historical manuscripts, government records, books and photographs of Arizona and its people.
Castles on the Web
“Castles for Kids” section.
This is a very large collection of well-organized links to people, battles and documents, including letters and diaries of those connected to the Civil War.
Information about many aspects of the American Civil War based upon artifacts from the Smithsonian's collections.
From water and salt to tear-free onions, food has played a big role throughout history.
A free resource designed for Middle and High school students, to accompany the study of North American History and support the celebration of important calendar events, such as Women’s History Month, Black History Month and Presidents' Day.
History of the USA
The American Library of Congress in Washington, DC . Has an interactive timeline when you click on “Jump Back in Time”.
Lewis and Clark and the American West
Join Lewis and Clark and explore the vast new territory of the American West.
National Archives & Records Administration
Information on recent and historical government documents. The “Document of the Day” is updated daily. Documents can be viewed close up and printed. Also includes a variety of online exhibits and access to archival databases. Includes a FAQ section and a visit to the National Archives where the viewer can click on a map and see photos of rooms in the National Archives.
Information from the CIA World Factbook, United Nations, World Health Organizations, World Bank, World Resources, Institute, UNESCO, UNICEF and OECD. Compare U.S. states in more than 3,000 ways.
Join a runaway slave on a dangerous journey to freedom.
A guide to the Middle Tennesseee State University (MTSU) Library and Internet Resources. This is a "links" site and has a subject index.
World History: Hyper History
Timelines with hyperlinks to brief bios, events and maps.