Digital Museums, Libraries, Government Archives, and Media Archives on the Web.

Yale Makes 260,000 Images Available Online

With No Limitations On Their Usage

Thomas Congressional Record

100 milestone documents

Harry Truman Presidential Library and Museum

History Matters -Online History Textbook with lots of resources

Digital History form University of Houston

PBS Online Archives

California Digital Library

The New York Public Library

Digital Library for Earth System Education

American Memory (Library of Congress)

The Thomas Jefferson Papers

Digital South Asia Library

International Journal of Early Journals

The Library of Virginia

Cornell Digital Library

Making of America

Columbia University’s Digital Library

Boston College Art Collection

Denver Public Library – Photos of the West

Smithsonian Institution

National Archives and Records Administration

Presidential Libraries Online

Library of Congress

British Library

Picts 4 learning

Omaha Public library

Durham Western heritage Museum

Creative Commons

Creative Commons Search

Yahoo Creative Commons Search

The Holocaust History Project
PBS's //American Experience//: "America and the Holocaust"
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

*Marshall University Plane Crash

Mount St. Helens, Washington, May 18, 1980 Eruption

The Sultan of Swat - George Herman "Babe" Ruth 1895-1948

N.Y. Yankees - History

National Baseball Hall of Fame - Babe Ruth

The Great Fire of London 1666 as reported by the London Gazette

Tuskegee Airmen

Freedom Now! Archival project of Tougaloo College and Brown University.

When Youth Protest (Mississippi Historical Society)

Mississippi Freedom Summer (King Institute ~ Stanford Univ)

Civil Rights Movement Veterans Website

San Francisco Earthquake and Fire
The Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake (USGS)

The Great Fire of London

Amelia Earhart

Tuskegee Airmen

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Spanish Flu Epidemic

Useful history websites:
AMDOCS: Documents for the Study of American History
American Memory - Collections of the Library of Congress
American Women's History: A Research Guide
Best Information on the Net - History: Sites selected for scholarly research by O'Keefe Library at St. Ambrose University; primarily free sites, some subscription sites are listed to which CBC students will not have access.
Best of History Web Sites: indexes "over 1200 history-related web sites that have been reviewed for quality, accuracy, and usefulness."
Biography of America: companion website to the Annenberg/WGBH video series, with key events, maps, and a 'webography' for each segment. Videos may be viewed online with free registration.
Digital History: Primarily U.S. history
Cold War International History Project
History Guide: A "subject gateway to scholarly relevant websites in history;" use the Advanced Search feature to limit by language (this is an international project).
History Matters: the U.S. Survey Course on the Web.
History/North America/Internet Resources - Subject guide from Rutger's University Libraries.
Internet Public Library - History Section
Making of America: "a digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction."
OAIster: Open Archives Initiative; searches over 7 million records of "academically-oriented digital resources."
Perseus Digital Library: Primary and secondary sources for the study of various time periods and places, including the classical world and the English Renaissance.
Repositories of Primary Sources: Lists"over 5000 websites describing holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary sources;" most have at least some online content.
U.S. National Archives: Includes thousands of online historical documents.
World Wide Web Virtual Library - History