History
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37 Sources.

Literature of the Holocaust HOME PAGE (Filreis)
Maintained by Al Filreis Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania.

Making of America
Making of America (MOA) is a digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction. The collection is particularly strong in the subject areas of education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science and technology. The collection currently contains approximately 1,600 books and 50,000 journal articles with 19th century imprints. The project represents a major collaborative endeavor in preservation and electronic access to historical texts.

NASA History Home Page
The NASA History Program was first established in 1959 (a year after NASA itself was formed) and has continued to document and preserve the agency’s remarkable history through a variety of products. Many people are familiar with our publications, as we publish a number of new books on aerospace history every year, as well as several monographs. We also put a number of our publications on-line, especially out of print books, in addition to a variety of other special Web exhibits and information sources. We also publish a quarterly newsletter and an annual round-up of our activities. To get an electronic copy of our newsletter and to find out about these new products and events relating to NASA history, we recommend subscribing to our history listserv. To find out more about what materials we have, you might also check out Research in NASA History (a large pdf file). We also sponsor internships for undergraduate students.

NASA Historical Archive for Manned Missions
NASA Space Act of 1958, Rocket History, Early Astronauts, Astronautics History, Chronology of Aeronautics and Astronautics and a whole lot more.)

Native Archives of Canada - Archives nationales du Canada
The National Archives of Canada's mandate is to acquire, preserve and make accessible private and public historical records of national significance. Le mandat des Archives nationales du Canada est d'acquérir, de préserver et de rendre accessibles les documents historiques, privés et publics, d'importance nationale.

National Council on Public History
The National Council on Public History (NCPH) works to advance the professionalism of public history and to advocate enhanced public and governmental support for historical programs. The NCPH includes museum professionals, government historians, historical consultants and employees in consulting, archivists, professors and students with public history interests, and many others.

Organization of American Historians
The Organization of American Historians is the largest learned society devoted to the study of American history. Since its founding in 1907 as the Mississippi Valley Historical Association, the OAH has promoted the investigation, study, and teaching of the American past through it many activities.

Royal and Noble Genealogical Data on the Web
At this site I have Genealogical data for the Royal Family of Britain, but this includes just about all the Royals for Europe. This data is not static as I am still adding to it. By Brian Tompsett - Department of Computer Science - University of Hull Hull, UK, HU6 7RX.

Recording Technology History
(The History of Recording Technology.)

Resource listing for WWII
From: The Pearl Harbor Working Group.
(This site covers many aspects of WWII).

Rutgers University Libraries: Research & Reference Gateway: Research Guides: History - American and British
Welcome to the website for the Rutgers University Libraries. Our Web pages are designed to bring the outstanding resources and services of our library system to our many users whereever they are located. The Rutgers University Libraries rank among the top research libraries in the country, supporting the eighth oldest institution of higher education in the United States and one of the country's major research centers. Our Web pages describe the scope of our library system of twenty-six libraries spanning the university's three campuses in New Brunswick/Piscataway, Camden, and Newark, and RU-Online, a digital library. They also serve as an information gateway to resources beyond the university.

Seattle Times Trinity Web
Note to teachers and students: You will see there are a number of different ways to use this material. We suggest you begin by reading through the main articles from the Trinity special section, then returning to visit any of the hyperlinks marked in those articles that take you to more in-depth information. Check the Interactive section for a special Study Guide, including ways you can learn more about this subject and sharpen your Internet skills at the same time. More information is also available about our Newspapers in Education program.

SHOT: Society for the History of Technology
An interdisciplinary organization, SHOT is concerned not only with the history of technological devices and processes, but also with the relations of technology to science, politics, social change, the arts and humanities, and economics.

Teacher Tips - History
by Trevor VanTine.
(An exhaustive listing of all kinds of resources.)

The Ancient World Web
1198 Sites Indexed.

The Discriminating General: Home (Military Uniforms)
Articles on militaria uniforms and equipment, the Napoleonic Wars, the Royal Navy, Seven Years War, War of 1812 Military Heritage Replicas 1743-1856 for museums, collectors, reenactors, film.

The French Page
French History & Civilization, experimental service/work in progress (Michelle Caroly-Alter).
(View a particular piece while you practice reading the annotated text...while you also listen to audio.)

The History Place - Holocaust Timeline
From The History Place Great online exhibits - World War 2, Lincoln, Kennedy, plus more!

The Internet African American History Challenge
Based on the lives of Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Sojurner Truth and others this site is an Internet based curriculum enhancement tool for Black History education programs. The Internet African American History Challenge consists of test questions based on the lives of important 19th century African Americans. The questions are based on biographical profiles (available at the web site) of African Americans who have made major contributions to the political, religious and artistic life of America. This internet web site encourages the study of African American historical figures who have called America to be a better place.

The Library
The Library is a public reading room on the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the recent controversy over the Smithsonian Institution's Enola Gay exhibition. It was inspired by a call from the Historians' Committee for an Open Debate on Hiroshima in reaction to the radical overhaul of the Smithsonian's Enola Gay Exhibition. Our intention is not to simply engage ourselves in a political debate about the bomb or the exhibition, but to create a site for education that offers a variety of perspectives in order to engender a broader public dialog than is currently available.

The Official Site of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Colonial Williamsburg is the world's largest outdoor living history museum, located in Williamsburg, Virginia, about 150 miles south of Washington, D.C., USA.

The Richard III Society (American Branch)
Offers programs and activities for lovers of history.

The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
(Look at Other Wonders, Related Links and that Geographic Map too.)

The United States Civil War Center
Their Mission - "To locate, index, and / or make available all appropriate private and public data regarding the Civil War."

The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is America's national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history, and serves as this country's memorial to the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust.

The Victorian Web: An Overview
(All manner of material of the Victorian era -loaded).

Trenches - An Internet History of The Great War
These pages contain information on the people, places, and events that comprised one of the worst calamities of modern history.

ushistory.org Front Page
American History with a focus on Colonial and Revolutionary Philadelphia. Washington, Betsy Ross, Jefferson, Declaration, and much more.

USS CONSTITUTION: "Old Ironsides" Official Website
The only official site of USS CONSTITUTION, Old Ironsides. We have photo galleries, news releases, visitor information, Constitution and crew in the news, the ship history and much more.

USCWC -- Index of Civil War Information available on the Internet
The United States Civil War Center's Index of Civil War information provides a comprehensive, searchable index of on-line information.

World History Archives
A collection of documents for teaching and learning about world history from a working class perspective. The presence of documents here does not imply an endorsement of their content nor a warrant of their authenticity.




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