Department of Economics, History, and
of interest and use to History Students
geography is needed by every student of history, you can go to
Geoexplorer on-line. Click here.
a brief introduction to the cultural heritage of Iraq built and
maintained by the H-Museum, click here.
For materials on Central Asia created by
the Interactive Central Asia Resource Project, click here.
For digital access to a large collectin of
John Kennedy's campaign speeches and remarks, as well as some by
Richard Nixon, and the 1960 presidential campaign, click here.
an excellent and well-organized site on World War I with summaries,
time lines, and essays on major events, battles, etc., and primary
documents, click here.
you are interested in the Smithsonian Institution's temporary exhibit
from 2002 on the first seven months that the United States was in World
War II, click here.
in World War II? Investigate the Rutger's University oral history
archives which contains over 250 oral history interviews and other
related materials. Click here.
more than 200 WW II-era pamphlets dealing with the homefront,
rationing, civil defense, and war work held by Southern Methodist
University's library, click here.
the British Library's on the Holocaust with access to reference
material, student information cards, teaching resources, and a
testimony library, click here.
more on Japnese Americans and the U.S. Constitution, click here
to go to a site on the subject created by the Smithsonian.
on-line access to primary source material on the Plains Indian
cultures, the Institute of Museum and Library Services National
Leadership Grant Program and thee Montana State University campuses
have created a useful site. Click here.
Was it the Plague or Ebola-like virus that
killed a third of the world's population in the Middle Ages? New
questions being raised in research and publications. For the
latest click here.
website devoted to the history of Jim Crow presented in an informative
and historically accurate manner at this dark period in American
history, click here.
more on the Underground Railroad and Niagara's freedom trail, click here.
the latest addition to the Library of Congress's American Memory
Project on the first Americans in the West: the Ohio River Valley,
1750-1820, click here.
T. Washington's papers with index and illustrations are now available
on-line. Click here.
Interested in the what life was like in the
United States in the 1930s? Click here to find
relevant materials gathered together by the University of Virginia
including clips from films, radio programs, as well as other interesting
and relevant materials.
access to the public records of the colony of Connecticut, 1636-1776,
in Kentuckiana? Click here to
go to a site created by and providing access to the Kentucky state
universities archives, historical societies, and musuems.
For more information on America's maritime
history from the Library of Congress, click here.
These are sites and
resources your professors found. If you find any websites of interest,
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