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         American History General:     more books (107)
  1. The Colonial Craftsman (Anson G. Phelps Lectureship on Early American History.) by Carl Bridenbaugh, 1990-11-01
  2. Major Problems in American Religious History (Major Problems in American History Series) by Patrick Allitt, Thomas Paterson, 1999-12-20
  3. The Timetables of American History by Arthur Meier Schlesinger Jr., 2001-11-27
  4. American History: A Survey MP w/PowerWeb by Alan Brinkley, 2002-08-06
  5. Major Problems in Asian American History: Documents and Essays (Major Problems in American History Series) by Lon Kurashige, Alice Yang Murray, et all 2002-10-08
  6. The American Past: A Survey of American History by Joseph R. Conlin, 2009-01-21
  7. Native American History: A Chronology of a Culture's Vast Achievements and Their Links to World Events by Judith Nies, 1996-12-03
  8. Rethinking American History in a Global Age
  9. Taking Sides: American History, Volume I (Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in American History) by Larry Madaras, James M SoRelle, 2004-12-10
  10. A Synopsis of American History, Eighth Edition--Complete by Neil R. McMillen, 1997-05-25
  11. Conversations In Early American History 1492-1837 by Mark Phillips, 2009-06-01
  12. The New American History (Critical Perspectives On The P) by American Historical Association, Eric Foner, 1997-06-25
  13. That's Not in My American History Book: A Compilation of Little Known Events and Forgotten Heroes by Thomas Ayres, 2004-05-25
  14. The African American Experience in Vietnam: Brothers in Arms (African American History Series) by James E. Westheider, 2007-07-20

1. General American History
General American History. How to do Research using the NavigationAids 1. By clicking on the Hotlinks, you will be taken directly
General American History How to do Research using the Navigation Aids: 1. By clicking on the Hotlinks, you will be taken directly to the exact location where the Topic is located on the page. 2. When you click on a site located under a topic, another browser window will open automatically for you on top of this page. With your mouse, drag the new window down below the Topic you are researching. Now every time you click on a site, the material will appear in this window. This will allow you to quickly and easily read the material and go through each site listed without losing this page. 3.Remember to cite the "web sites and their authors" given below as your information "sources" in your paper or presentation for citation/bibliographic purposes. Hotlinks: Table of Contents:
American History Main Sources
USA: Outline of American History (1990)

An Abridged History of the United States

Government and History

The Era of Expansion and Reform
The Great American Web Site
Online American History Books
The American Nation: A History of the United States

American History: Civil War to Present

An Abridged History of The United States

The American Nation - Glossary
... USA: Outline of American History (1990) American History Era Specific Sites Spanish Conquest of Native America Early American History and Culture, 1500s-1865

2. National Museum Of American History: General Information
MUSEUM STORES Main store Lower Level, near cafeteria. Additional stores arelocated near the Mall entrance and the American Presidency exhibition.
H OURS Open daily, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Closed December 25. Admission is free. See more details about hours and special closings. L OCATION On the National Mall, 14th Street and Constitution Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. I NFORMATION D ESKS Located at the main entrances and staffed daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. M USEUM S TORES Main store: Lower Level, near cafeteria. Additional stores are located near the Mall entrance and the American Presidency exhibition. Open only during Museum hours. See more information about the stores. F OOD The Main Street Cafes cafeteria is located on the Lower Level. The Palm Court on the first floor serves ice cream and light refreshments. There are no bag lunch facilities at the Museum. P ARKING AND T RANSPORTATION Limited parking is available on streets near the Mall from 10 a.m. to midnight. Taxis are available at Museum entrances. The Federal Triangle and Smithsonian stations, on Metrorail's Blue and Orange lines, are located near the Mall. For more information, call Metro at 202-637-7000. F OR F URTHER I NFORMATION Call Smithsonian Visitor Information: 202-357-2700 (voice) or 202-357-1729 (TTY), Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

3. National Museum Of American History: General Information
The National Museum of American History, Behring Center, has four museum stores.The main store is located on the lower level across from the cafeteria.
The National Museum of American History, Behring Center, has four museum stores. The main store is located on the lower level across from the cafeteria. It features a wide selection of books, music, toys, posters and exhibit related giftware. It also sells reproductions of newspapers featuring headlines from historical events. Two stores are located on the second floor near the National Mall entrance. Once exclusively features music from Smithsonian Folkways and other selections representing a range of American genres, from bluegrass to be-bop. Across the hall, visitors can create their own dog tags or purchase cameras, gifts and other merchandise. The American Presidency exhibit store, on the third floor outside the American Presidency exhibition, features thematic reproductions, jewelry, toys, books, music, videos, and other presidential mementos. All four stores are open during Museum hours, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m and are closed December 25.

4. Gateway To African American History: General Resources
The North Kenwood/Oakland Charter School Presents A Gateway to African AmericanHistory. GENERAL REFERENCES. RETURN TO HOME PAGE Africa. Art and Artists.
The North Kenwood/Oakland Charter School Presents
A Gateway to African American History
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History Makers A well put-together site with a variety of links to biographies, historical sketches and current news about African Americans. African American Almanac A very fine source of information on everything from folk tales to the speeches of important African Americans. African Americans in Science A good site that shows the importance African Americans have had in science. It may encourage you to become a scientist. The African American Odyssey The very best study of African American History on the Internet. It was put together by the Library of Congress and takes advantage of all its wonderful resources. Black History Hotlist One of the best lists of links to sources of African American History. You can find someting of use for in studying any period of history or any important person. Encylcopaedia Britannica Guide to Black History Britannica is outstanding at everything it does, and this is free.

5. Links To General American History
. . . american history general Sites. . You may obtain the materialfor your specific history course, but don't neglect the relevant
American History General Sites You may obtain the material for your specific history course , but don't neglect the relevant broader American history sites on this page. All of these are chronologically "general" sites, covering a broad sweep of American history even if focused on particular areas or themes. Survey courses Course Standards Official National Sites Politics ... Professional Organizations Back to Lause's Links Standards . To start with what you are expected to know upon entering a college classroom, the National Center for History in Schools includes levels for both and Grades 5-12 , and the requirements for an Advanced Placement United States History for college credit. See, too, the National Council for History Education Return to to top of the page for the index to General American History , or go to the more general index for History , or return to Lause's Links Official National Sites . The National Archives and Records Administration offers an Online Exhibit Hall , including a few of its documentary holdings as American Originals , and its Charters of Freedom Exhibit . It also maintains a Federal Register gopher , and its own list of Internet Resources and a Title List The Smithsonian Institution offers not only a website for its National Museum of American History , but an An Exhibition of American History and Culture and a National Museum of the American Indian , and its Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural Studies , and a Research Information System . Art lovers won't want to miss its National Museum of American Art One site of the

6. Latin American History: General
An excellent quickreference to general Latin American history and geographywith reproducible maps, country information, demographic data, etc.
Web Resources Print Resources Media Resources

This site links to a quick-reference essay on the history of Africans in what we now call Latin America. The books listed in the essay's bibliography may prove useful research and information tools for teachers and students.
Reviewed by Andre J. Patterson, 05/2002. History of Latin America

Reviewed by Andre J. Patterson, 06/2002. Capoeira
Created during a slave revolt in Brazil, this martial art is now a popular form of movement. Find out how Capoeria got its start. From Cheryl Cowan, your About Guide to Ballet and Dance. Caribbean Islands

Provides information about the sugar boom and the need for slaves. Environmental History of Latin America (Stanford)

7. American History - General Lewis Lawrence Griffin
american history general Lewis Lawrence Griffin contributed by Lu Hickey. Around1810, a young man named Lewis Lawrence Griffin settled in Twiggs County.
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General Lewis Lawrence Griffin
contributed by Lu Hickey DURING THE WAR YEARS OAK HILL CEMETERY Oak Hill Cemetery was a part of Lewis Lawrence Griffin’s original plan for the city. Many persons crucial for the establishment of Griffin and Spalding County are buried there. Nationally known figures buried in Oak Hill include James S. Boyton, governor of Georgia after the death of Alexander Stephens, a hero of the Confederate navy, John McIntosh Kell and Martha Eleanora Holliday, Doc’s sister who died in infancy. The cemetery is one place to walk through Griffin’s history. STONEWALL CONFEDERATE CEMETERY AND GRIFFIN’S MEMORIAL PARK Many who died in the battles of Atlanta and Jonesboro were left without a proper burial. Around 1867, a group of women organized to form the Ladies Memorial Aid Society to create a cemetery for the fallen soldiers. They, and other volunteers, went to Lovejoy’s Station to collect remains. Over 500 Confederate dead and 1 Union soldier were interred, marble headstones were acquired and a monument was dedicated on August 17, 1867. Monuments for the dead of the Revolutionary War, both World Wars, the Korean and Vietnam Wars, and for the women who nursed soldiers in Griffin during the Civil War are also located in the Stonewall Confederate Cemetery and Memorial Park. The cemetery and monuments are located on East Taylor Street across from the Flint River Regional Library.

8. American History - General John McArthur
american history general John McArthur. Born in the village of Erskine on the RiverClyde on November 17th 1826. He learnt his fathers trade as a blacksmith.
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General John McArthur Born in the village of Erskine on the River Clyde on November 17th 1826. He learnt his fathers trade as a blacksmith. He emigrated to America at the age of twenty-three and settled in Chicago. There he became a manager in a Chicago Iron Works and at the start of the Civil War, became a Captain of a militia company (Chicago Highland Guards), and would rise to the rank of Brevet Major General during the war. His assignments throughout the war were as follows:- Colonel, 12th Illinois (May 1861), named the Colonel of a three month regiment, he managed to re-enlist it for a three year full term on August 1st 1861. He commanded 1st Brigade, 2nd Division in Missouri and Tennessee during 1862 and was promoted to Brigadier General USV, on March 21, 1862 and led various units until July, 1865. He led a Brigade at Fort Donelson and was wounded in the foot at Shiloh. He briefly commanded a division but was again in brigade command during the Corinth, Mississippi operations. Not present at Luka or Corinth, he took part in the Vicksburg Campaign. Brevetted Major General for Nashville, he participated in operations against Mobile before being mustered out on 24th August 1865. An article from the Louisville Daily Journal dated Wednesday November 27th, gives the following description of the 12th Illinois's Regimental National Colours.

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10. General American History
General American History. AMDOCS Documents for the Study of American History,A useful list of primary documents organized chronologically.
General American History
AMDOCS: Documents for the Study of American History
A useful list of primary documents organized chronologically. American and British History Resources on the Internet Primary sources. American Memory: Historical Collections for the National Digital Library An exciting cite drawn from the Library of Congress collection. American Studies at the Univerisity of Virginia Interesting hypertext projects. American Studies Crossroads Project Co-sponsored by the American Studies Association and Georgetown University. Edsitement Associated with the National Endowment for the Humanities and particularly good for students and teachers. Historical Census Data Browser Economic and population census data from 1790 to 1970. History Matters: Centers for History and the New Media This collaborative effort between George Mason University and the City University of New York, focuses on American social history. Internet History Sourcebooks Project This is a collection of historical texts.. Making of America This collaborative effort between Cornell and the University of Michigan presents a thematically organized library documenting American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction.

11. American History - General.
american history TOC. Archives, Documents/Databases, and Societiesin american history. US history - general. Pre Civil War America.
American History - TOC
  • Archives, Documents/Databases, and Societies in American History
  • U. S. History - General
  • Pre Civil War America
  • Pre Civil War
    Emphasis on Military History
  • Civil War Period
    Emphasis on Military History
  • US, 1865-1939
  • US Military History, 1865-1939
  • World War I
  • World War II
    Emphasis on Military History
  • Post World War II
    Emphasis on Military History
  • Anti-Aircraft Artillery Bibliography
  • Southern Sites
  • Texas Sites
  • The West ... Privacy Statement Click HERE to contact the webmaster.
    Click Web to go back to WWW Sites for Historians.
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    Last modified November, 2002
  • 12. Center For History Of Physics Home Page
    Has a mission to preserve and make known the history of modern physics and allied sciences including Category Science Physics history...... history Center general Information, general Information Newsletter (updated 11 historyCenter Site Index. Rights; Selected Papers of Great american Physicists (new
    A mission to preserve and make known the history of modern physics and allied fields including astronomy, geophysics, optics, and the like. General Information
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    Email: Phone: 301-209-3100; Fax: 301-209-0843

    13. American Museum Of Natural History
    Find out about this worldclass museum's exhibitions, educational programs and research, and get general visitor information.

    The Search for Life:

    Are We Alone?
    tickets on sale now! MORE TICKETS
    Natural History magazine
    - The most comprehensive presentation ever mounted on the life and theories of the most famous scientist of the 20th century.
    The First Europeans:
    Treasures from the Hills of Atapuerca - A treasure trove of ancient fossils reveals the mysteries of human origins.
    Hall of Ocean Life
    - See a preview of the new Irma and Paul Milstein Family Hall of Ocean Life, opening May 2003.
    Food for Thought: Human Needs and a Sustainable Future

    Look Up!
    - Bring the starry sky to life with your imagination in a Hayden Planetarium star show designed especially for the Museum's youngest visitors!
    Vietnam Events for Educators
    - Register now for special events and programs developed just for educators!
    Online Professional Development Courses
    - Register now for winter/spring 2003 courses! Spring Break Camp - Register here for Astrophysics, Primatology or Zooarcheology Camp. Houston Person Quartet - Friday, April 4 Online educational materials for teachers and others interested in learning about science. Tropical butterflies alive in winter!

    14. Bibliomania: Free Online Literature And Study Guides
    general overview of american literature, broken down into time periods.
    ....This site uses HTML 4.01v; please ensure that you enable 'javascript' and that your browser is at least a version 4. Bibliomania - Free Online Literature and Study Guides Bibliomania brings you the internet's best collection of classic texts and study resources. The fiction section has the complete, fully searchable texts of hundreds of novels. The Poetry section has world famous poems by everyone from to Keats , together with the Oxford Collected English verse and Collected French verse
    In the Drama section we have the complete works of Shakespeare , and many other plays from the Elizabethan, restoration and modern periods.
    Bibliomania has created Literature Study Guides to more than 100 of the most studied texts. These will help students to get top grades, and non-students to get more out a reading of the text or a visit to a play.
    Bibliomania's Reference books include Websters dictionary Hobson Jobson Brewer's Phrase and Fable Soules Synonymes and many other useful books.
    Our Non-Fiction section includes Das Capital Culpepper's Herbal , and many more. We are building a collection

    15. American Women's History: General Bibliographies
    general Bibliographies in american history. Bibliographic Guide to Northamerican history. v. 1 (1978 ). Boston GK Hall, 1979- . Annual.
    American Women's History: A Research Guide
    Bibliographies and Research Guides Home Page Last Update: 8/16/2000 Suggestion Box
    General Bibliographies in American History
    Bibliographic Guide to North American History . v. 1 (1978- ). Boston: G.K. Hall, 1979- . Annual.
    Useful catalog of the monographs and serials cataloged by the Research Libraries of the New York Public Library and by the Library of Congress. Blazek, Ron, and Anna H. Perrault. United States History: A Selective Guide to Information Sources . Englewood, Colo.: Libraries Unlimited, 1994.
    This guide includes concise, informative descriptions of the key reference sources in the field. Frick, Elizabeth. History: Illustrated Search Strategy and Sources . 2d ed. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Pierian, 1995. 197p. Norton, Mary Beth, and Pamela Gerardi, eds. The American Historical Association's Guide to Historical Literature . 2 vols. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.

    16. Index
    history, techniques, forms, links, syllabus, classes and general information. Jersey, Channel Islands
    WELCOME TO ED PARKER'S KENPO Please click below for links. This site is dedicated to the memory of Ed Parker and all those who teach and perpetuate his art of:
    Site last updated 06.01.03 Introduction Kenpo Topics Related Topics Check out the Class Times for 2002 History Freestyle ... The Bruce Lee Connection
    The new school syllabus is now complete. Please go to the syllabus page to download the the latest version. Click HERE for the Ed Parker Picture Page. If I may take this opportunity to introduce a website that is fighting for the continued use of the Islands top sporting premises. You can e-mail a states member and voice your concerns on the proposed closure of Fort Regent. Just click on the link to take you there. This site is solely owned by Roy Travert and is the only official "American Kenpo Karate Jersey" web site Don't forget to sign our Guest Book!

    17. American Women's History: General Reference Sources
    american Women's history A Research Guide general Reference Sources HomePage Suggestion Box. Associations; Bibliographies; Biographical
    American Women's History: A Research Guide
    General Reference Sources
    Home Page Suggestion Box

    American Women's History: A Research Guide
    Ken Middleton
    Todd Library, Middle Tennessee State University

    18. People Past And Present Part 1—Sites For Children
    United States history general, Top of Page. Committee of the Association for LibraryService to Children, a division of the american Library Association.
    Last Updated: Monday, 07-Oct-2002 11:08:20 CDT Sites for Children
    People Past and Present Part 1
    Compiled by the Children and Technology Committee of the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association.
    On This Page:

    Other Sites for Children:

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    700+ Great Sites Page Biographies Top of Page
    The following sites are recommended for children from preschool through age 14, their parents, and other caregivers. Recommendations apply only to sites listed, not to any sites that may be linked from these sites. For selection criteria developed by the site review committee, click here . Compiled by the Children and Technology Committee of the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association. November 1997

    19. 20th Century Decades: General Links
    general Collections of Resources Covering Many Decades and Subjects. collections ofinformation based on a wide range of topics and themes in american history.
    20th Century History By the Decades
    From the Chico High School Library
    General 20th Century Resources
    Covering Multiple Decades
    Or go directly to these decades: You may go directly to these sub-sections on this page below: African American Resources Ads, Art, Photos and Images Chicano/Latino Resources General Collections ... Wars and Military
    General Collections of Resources Covering Many Decades and Subjects American Memory
    This is a set of different digital collections of information based on a wide range of topics and themes in American history. You may search all collections from a single searcher, or you may browse and search the individual collections. Includes a huge number of books, documents, photographs, images, music, souncs, and films. Well worth getting to know, especially the Learning section, which ncludes exhibitions, curriculum, and learning aids related to primary sources. The National Archives
    A digital collection of documents and images related to the U.S. government. Many are official documents that are preserved in their original form, and are made available to the public here in digital format. Also includes exhibitions, curriculum, and learning aids related to primary sources. American Cultural History: The Twentieth Century Decades
    This outstanding collection of web guides on the decades of the twentieth century has sections for each decade. Includes images and comments about the culture and history of each time period, as well as recommended in-print readings. The pages are prepared as pathfinders by the Reference Librarians at Kingwood College (Texas). These provide excellent cultural and historical background as you use these resources.

    20. Social Science Resources
    people, issues and concerns of the american People Culture Information resources relatedto the history and culture general history and Social Science Resources
    Social Science Resources
    Here are direct links to three especially helpful resources: American Memory SCORE History-Social Science Search via U.S. Google You may also go directly to these sections below American History and Government: American Government California Information History General U.S. History ... World History

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