- Best of History Web Sites reviews of history websites. (BWN)
- Discovering Women's History This database provides access to digital collections of primary sources (photos, letters, diaries, artifacts, etc.) that document the history of women in the United States. These diverse collections range from Ancestral Pueblo pottery to Katrina Thomas's photographs of ethnic weddings from the late 20th century. Search, or browse by subject, state, time period, or primary source type. Maintained by librarian Ken Middleton of Middle Tennessee State University.
- Timelines a listing of all types of time lines, from cartoon history to world history.
- _Common-place_ 'This promising new quarterly online publication situates itself somewhere between a popular magazine and scholarly journal, offering a common place for a variety of readers to explore and exchange ideas about American history. '
- European Voyages of Exploration from the University of Calgary.
- Free Dictionary.com features “This Day in History,” “Word of the Day,” and “Today’s Birthday,” and an archive of history events
- History Guide over 3,000 resources (RB)
- History Net The Weider History Group publishes a wide range of military history magazines, including America's Civil War and Civil War Times. They've also been generous enough to create this website, which offers a wide range of articles from their different publications. First-time visitors to the homepage may want to start out by taking a shot at the Daily Quiz, which offers up a range of questions on everything from steamship battles to military operations in the South Pacific. Next, visitors may wish to click on over to the Features area, which includes articles culled from the magazines on Marine POW's, the Battle of New Orleans, as well as noted gunfighter Ben Thompson and his brother Billy. Moving on, visitors can also take part in the online forums where they can ask questions about battle tactics, the history of ground warfare, and the USS Ironsides. (SR)
- HistoryWorld contains over 400 separate historical articles and approximately 4000 events within its unique database. (SR)
- Hyper History world history. (LIB)
- Historical Society of Michigan
- Multimedia History Tutorials from the University of Calgary Applied History Research Group.
- The Nobel Prize the official web site of the Nobel Foundation. Providing a wealth of background to every Nobel Prize since 1901, the site presents Nobel Lectures, biographies, interviews, photos, articles, video clips, press releases, educational games and a great deal more information about the Nobel Laureates and their work.
- Veterans History Project from the Library of Congress (RT)
- The War Times Portala subject index providing links about wars and conflicts. (RB)
- Women In History
- Discovering American Women's History Online This database provides access to digital collections of primary sources (photos, letters, diaries, artifacts, etc.) that document the history of women in the United States. These diverse collections range from Ancestral Pueblo pottery to interviews with women engineers from the 1970s.
- Women in World History Curriculua for high school and college, includes primary sources and teaching strategies, more than 200 primary sources, scholarly reviews of online primary source archives, multimedia case studies, and online teaching discussion forums. The goal is to help high-school and college world history teachers and their students locate, analyze, and learn from primary sources dealing with women and gender in world history. (BWN)
- Women Who Changed History (Scholastic) Discover women who have made a difference. Biographies, pictures, interviews where possible, and links to related topics. Amelia Earhart is especially well fleshed-out with activities and a teachers guide that includes standards-based lesson plans. (BWN)
- Tudor England: 1485 to 1603 from a hobbyist. (LII)
- British Civil Wars, Commonwealth and Protectorate 1638-60 (LII)
- Early Canadiana Online (ECO) primary sources in Canadian History.
- Greco-Persian Wars: Battle of Thermopylae This article describes the battle of Thermopylae fought in 480 B.C. by an alliance of Greek city-states and the invading Persian Empire. After the Battle of Thermopylae, Persian King Xerxes secretly buried most of the Greek dead and all but 1,000 of his own slain, in order to conceal from his army just how few men had held up his progress for so long. (LII)
- A History of the Crusades Based on a six-volume history edited by Kenneth M. Setton and published by University of Wisconsin Press; this site is provided by the University of Wisconsin Libraries. (LII)
- Korean History Project Produced by the Korean History Project, this site will contain a free and complete online version of the Project's substantial 1,400-page tome of the same title.
- Learning Curve -- UK Public Records Office [Shockwave, Quicktime, .pdf, Java]. British history resource, including some important documents including the Magna Carta, and Shakespeare's will.
- The Napoleonic Guide all things Napoleon. (LII)
- Tiananmen Square, 1989: The Declassified History -- National Security Archive. The documents featured at this site all pertain to the military assault on pro-democracy demonstrators in and around Tiananmen Square in Beijing in June 1989.
- A Biography of America interactive maps, key events, etc. From WGBH. (LII)
- Alexander Graham Bell Family Papers -- LOC From the Library of Congress Memory Project.
- American Memory Project The American Memory Project, from the Library of Congress, adds new memories on a regular basis. Check here often for new images from the history of the American people.
- American Women's History: A Research Guide.
- Amistad The official Web site of the Freedom Schooner Amistad. (LII)
- Black History Sites including sites about Martin Luther King.
- Famous American Trials [RealPlayer] This site tells the stories of twelve famous trials from American history .
- Founding Fathers Info Guide this site is devoted to telling the story of the United States during its first few decades of existence, with a special emphasis on the lives of the American Presidents during this period. (SR)
- Guide to Government Information Sources of Interest to Historians from the Governement Documents Librarian at St. Mary's University, Texas.
- JFK Link an archive of documents relevant to the life, administration, death, and legacy of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. (SR)
- The Thomas Jefferson Papers -- Library Of Congress. Digitized documents from original papers by Thomas Jefferson.
- NAIL (National Archive's Archival Information Locator) Database Includes digitized documents, photos, lantern slides, links to sound recordings.
- Sources on US Naval History from the Department of the Navy. (SR)
- Nixon Watergate Tapes -- HPOL [RealPlayer]. From History and Politics Outloud.
- The Presidency from the Scripps Library at the Miller Center of Public Affairs
- American President.org comprehensive, non-partisan resource on the history and workings of the American presidency
- The Star-Spangled Banner [Flash4, RealPlayer] This recently expanded site from the Smithsonian National Museum of American History is intended to serve as the most comprehensive on-line resource about the 186-year-old banner.
- The Tax History Project [.pdf] Primary resources relating to the history of the American Tax.
- Union Pacific Railroad History In addition to the history of the UP, this site has lots of pictures.
- Record of Historic Richard Nixon - Zhou Enlai Talks in February 1972.
- History of U.S. Armies in Uniform: The American Soldier from 1747 to the Present researched and recreated by the author of this site, and shown at 1/6th scale on GI Joe figures. (LII)
- First World War.Com this site amasses an impressive amount of valuable cultural, historical, and social documentation of the Great War. (SR)
- The World War I Document Archive archive of primary documents for interested parties from Brigham Young University Libraries. (SR)