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  1. An Afro-American Guide to Museums and Galleries; National Historical Sites; Afro-American History and Culture Commissions; Genealogical Societies and Sightseeing Tours in the United States by Bertha N. Rhodes, 1982-01-01
  2. America's Historylands: Landmarks of Liberty/ America's Wonderlands: The National Parks; 2 Volume Set in Collector's Sleeve (New Enlarged Edition) by National Geographic Book Service, 1966
  3. Reflections in Three Self-guided Tours of Manzanar, California, USA (1998 Parchment Printing, First Edition) by Manzanar Committee, 1998
  4. Manzanar, California, Usa: Map, History & Information 2006 (2006 Printing, Second Edition) by Manzanar National Historic Site, 2006
  5. History in the open; its outdoor sites and landmarks: Graphic American and world history, historical atlas and touring guide by George Clurg, 1948
  6. Leadership for the Future: Changing Directorial Roles in American History Museums and Historical Societies by Bryant Tolles, 1991-01-01
  7. How the Other Half Lived: A People's Guide to American Historical Sites by Philip Burnham, 1995-08-17
  8. Ghost Towns And Other Historical Sites of the Black Hills by Bruce A. Raisch, 2006-03-31
  9. Hippocrene U.S.A. Guide to Historic Black South: Historical Sites, Cultural Centers, and Musical Happenings of the African-American South by James Haskins, Joann Biondi, 1993-06-01
  10. A Historical Guide to the United States by Timothy C. Jacobson, James B. Gardner, 1986-11

1. Web Sites For The History Profession
american historical Association. american Jewish historical Society Center for american history at The University of american history. The historical Society. history Departments
Click here for . . . About OAH Advertising Announcements Committees Contact Us History Web Links Journal of American History Job Listings Lectureship Magazine of History Mailing Lists Meetings Membership Member Benefits and Services OAH Newsletter Publications Recent Scholarship Search Talking History Teaching Resources
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2. American History Sites
University of North Texas american history sites , historical Journal Military history of the West, Military history
The TimePage American History Sites last modified New and unreviewed links. Remember most of my specific US history links are included in the TimePage cycle timelines.
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3. Paul Halsall/Fordham University: Internet History Sourcebooks Project
domain and copypermitted historical texts presented cleanly texts to the various sites below. European history and Modern Civilization courses. North american and Latin american
Ancient History Sourcebook Medieval Sourcebook Modern History Sourcebook Byzantine Studies Page
Other History Sourcebooks: African East Asian Global Indian ... Medieval Webguide IHSP Main Ancient Medieval Modern Search Subsidiary
Sourcebooks African East Asian Global Indian ... Women Special
Resources Byzantium Medieval Web Medieval NYC Medieval Music ... IHSP Credits Paul Halsall, editor
The Internet History Sourcebooks are collections of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational use. Feedback and Help While I encourage notes, comments and feedback in general, I am unable to reply to all of them. I am especially not able to reply to students (or students' parents!) seeking help with homework. For guidance on homework , research, how people lived/ate/dressed in the past, see the various Help! pages: I am unable to help locate details about your family, or give translations of your name or nickname into Chinese (a very common request)! If you find bad links , or typographical errors , please do notify me by telling me the URL (web address) of the specific page with the fault, and (in the case of bad links) the URL of the bad link.

4. Front Page
Colonial and Revolutionary war history. Includes information on historic sites and people.Category Regional North America Society and Culture history...... There are many links to Philadelphia and american history to recommend Help us KeepOur history Free Paoli Massacre Site • The Valley Forge historical Society.
Order from Yale Press Visit our Electric Franklin
site w/ Miss Lopez's "Temple's Diary"
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by the Independence Hall Association in Philadelphia. Text version of our
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Tell us that you visited. Read what others have written.
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Read about who we are and why we maintain this website. Our Trophy Case We show off proudly the awards and references we've received Links There are many links to Philadelphia and American History to recommend Buy a flag Help support us and get a new flag at the lowest price available on the Internet! Historic Gifts Documents, posters, clothing, crafts, toys, music, and much more! GAMES? DID SOMEONE SAY GAMES? U.S. FLAGS FOR WALLPAPER OR PRINTING You are visitor # "Your pictures are fuzzy and I'm on AOL" Click here! partners Are you a historic non-profit or passionate and knowledgeable historian? Then find out how you can join our "Congress of Websites" and publish on

5. Home Page: American Memory From The Library Of Congress
Large collection of primary source and archival materials relating to american history. Includes documents, prints, movies, and sound recordings. history and culture of the United States. The site offers more than 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical from american Memory and other Library of Congress sites
The Library of Congress Collection Finder
Select collections to search Search
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Teaching and learning with American Memory Today in History
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What's New
American Memory is a gateway to rich primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States. The site offers more than 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical collections. FAQs How To View Technical Information Chat with a Librarian
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America's Library
For kids and families, featuring content from American Memory and other Library of Congress sites Sponsors See who is helping to bring a virtual library to all Americans for the 21st century LC/Ameritech Competition Unique content from other institutions has been added to American Memory through this competition, which ran from 1997-1999. The Library of Congress Contact Us Please Read Our Feb-21-03

6. Home Page: American Memory From The Library Of Congress
Collection of web sites provides a wideranging survey of US history, including pictorial tours. Buy flags and historical gifts.
The Library of Congress Collection Finder
Select collections to search Search
Search for items across all collections Learning Page
Teaching and learning with American Memory Today in History
April 3

What's New
American Memory is a gateway to rich primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States. The site offers more than 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical collections. FAQs How To View Technical Information Chat with a Librarian
M-F, 2-4 PM, EST Search
of the day:
Seal Beach
Global Gateway
America's Library
For kids and families, featuring content from American Memory and other Library of Congress sites Sponsors See who is helping to bring a virtual library to all Americans for the 21st century LC/Ameritech Competition Unique content from other institutions has been added to American Memory through this competition, which ran from 1997-1999. The Library of Congress Contact Us Please Read Our Feb-21-03

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... Women's History Subscribe to our newsletters Communique Daily Quiz TheHistoryNet Turning the Tide in 1812 It had been tough going for the American forces, which had suffered one disaster after another. But when the retreating militiamen under the command of Maj. Gen. William Henry Harrison stood its ground on the banks of Ohio's Maumee River, the tide began to turn in favor of the Americans in the War of 1812. Among the latest additions to TheHistoryNet is the heroic story of Harrison and his men.

8. On This Date In North American Indian History By Phil Konstantin
3,000+ historical vents, tribal name meanings and alternative names, Indian moon names over 6,000 links to other sites
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From the book cover: "For every calendar day, an in-depth look at the important events in the history of North America’s native peoples. From the dedication of the Maya ballcourt at Chichen Itza in A.D. 864 to modern political activism and government legislation affecting native peoples, here is virtually every significant event in North American Indian history. It also includes fascinating information on hundreds of battles and skirmishes between Indians and whites, as well as countless treaties made and broken. An extensive appendix includes information about Indian tribal names and calendars. It’s all here—Indian chiefs, wars, massacres, treaties, reservations, modern constitutions and much, much more. This Day in North American Indian History

9. The United States History Index
Databases Electronic Texts Federal Resources Journals Maps historical sites ResearchAids By historical Topics Africanamerican history Biography The
WWW-VL Search Engine.

WWW-VL History Central Catalogue.

About the WWW-VL History Network
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Bibliographies Archives Libraries ... Books and Booksellers
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Timelines Associations and Societies Scholarly Associations Centers and Institutes Museums By Historical Topics African-American History Biography The Cold War Demographic History ... Historians' Calendar Chronological Periods Before the Europeans Discovery and Exploration 1492-1650 Colonial Era 1650-1765 Revolutionary Era 1765-1783 ... The Gilded Age 1876-1900 20th Century WWWVL History was established as HNSource on 6 March 1993. Please direct comments, criticisms, and suggestions, specifying your present location, to the current maintainer URL:

10. Homework Center - Language Arts
Compiles a library of links on history topics. Provides comprehensive resources by country or category. World Wide Virtual Library. history Central Catalogue Reference Works historical Journals Data Bases history and Images The Asian Studies WWW VL sites. Afghanistan Azerbaijan
School Corps Library Catalog Library Databases Ask Us! Online ... Tareas Escolares
American History:
American History Megasites 17th Century (1600s) 18th Century (1700s) 19th Century (1800s) ... Women's Suffrage Movement
American History Megasites
American Memory
Search, browse and learn from the Historical Collections for the National Digital Library at the Library of Congress. Includes thousands of historical documents, maps, photographs, movies, and prints.
1492: An Ongoing Voyage
What happened when Columbus arrived in Americaand after?
This site archives over 7000 images from US and Canadian newspapers and magazines from 1911 through 1955. The site focuses on radio, television, transportation, beauty and hygiene, and World War II.
America's Story
Read about Buffalo Bill, Frederick Douglass, Thomas Edison, Duke Ellington, Harry Houdini, and more. To go back in time click on the time period you want to learn more about. Learn short facts about each state. Watch videos and listen to audio here.
The Early American History Interactive Crossword Puzzle

11. The American Revolution
Official National Park Service site. Information on their historical sites around the US, but also history and teachers' resources.
This is the official National Park Service American Revolution Web Site. Explore this truly revolutionary period that resulted in a new nation and new form of government. The events of 1775 through 1787 changed the course of history. The effects of the Revolution are still felt today around the world.
Tour the places and view the objects that bring this history alive. Planning a trip? Get out and explore history. Learn about American Revolution parks around the country, or near
your home.
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Check out the American Revolution timeline and learn about the events that helped shape our country.
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Revolutionary War Days at Ninety Six NHS. Read More Last Updated: Tuesday, 18-Feb-2003 15:14

12. New Jersey - ALHN
The ALHN is a central point of entry to independent web sites with historical or genealogical content.
The New Jersey Homepage
of the
American Local History Network A Warm Welcome to the many sides of New Jersey Past and Present New Jersey - Now
State of New Jersey Official Website
Travel New Jersey
NJ Municipality Links
Organizations New Jersey Historical Commission Historic Sites: NJ Historic Sites and Villages More Historical Sites in New Jersey NJ Lighthouses NEW JERSEY WOMEN'S HISTORY New Jersey Churchscapes For Outstanding Genealogic Information US Gen Web - New Jersey Genealogy NJ - AHGP Site
has some good links Nearby State
ALHN Pages New York Pennsylvania Delaware Maryland You are the Visitor to this Site. This page was last updated Thursday, 06-Mar-2003 09:06:45 MST This Web site was created by Susan Ditmire , comments, corrections and suggestions always welcome. What's New!! I am happy to be back online. The USGenNet (see bottom of page) self-destructed and it took a while to get the new server shipped to them, set up and restored. Currently doing a site reconstruction

13. Links To The Past: Historic Parks And Sites
historical Park history in the Parks . bullet. Where Women Made history. Visithistoric sites and learn about the outstanding contributions american women
NPS A Cultural Resource Subject Archeology Cultural Groups Cultural Landscapes Databases History History of the NPS Mapping Maritime Military History National Historic Landmarks Nat'l Register of Historic Places Publications Technical Assistance Training Travel Explore America's Past Tools for Learning What's New History in the Parks Past Features What We Care About Site Map Search Email Credits Links to the Past Home National Park Service Home Below is a listing of Parks based on their cultural and historic signifcance. This is only a partial listing. For a more comprehensive list of parks and their cultural significance, please visit the Categories of Significance Learn More about how parks are designated and classified (e.g. National Historic Site). African American Heritage
Alaska Native Heritage

American Indian Heritage

Asian American Heritage
World War II

History in the Parks
Our Shared History
A site celebrating African American heritage through preservation and scholarship.

14. National Parks & Historic Sites Preserving African American History
Harpers Ferry National historical Park Throughout its history, Harpers Ferry has theimportant roles played by Africanamerican explorers, mountain
National Parks and Historic Sites
Booker T. Washington National Monument
Washington founded Tuskegee Institute in Alabama in 1881 and later became an important and controversial leader of his race at a time when increasing racism in the United States made it necessary for African Americans to adjust themselves to a new era of legalized oppression. Visitors are invited to step back in time and experience firsthand the life and landscape of people who lived in an era when slavery was part of the fabric of American life.
Boston African American National Historic Site

Located in the heart of Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood, the site includes 15 pre-Civil War structures relating to the history of Boston's 19th century African-American community, including: the African Meeting House, the oldest standing African-American church in the United States. The sites are linked by the 1.6 mile (2.5 km) Black Heritage Trail. Augustus Saint-Gaudens', memorial to Robert Gould Shaw and the African-American Massachusetts 54th Regiment, stands on the trail. Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site

15. Resources Of Scholarly Societies - History
for history Other Classics Organizations maintained by the american PhilologicalAssociation (APA); Victoriana Museum historical Society Web sites
Last Updated: 2003, March 21 History This is one of a set of subject pages in the Scholarly Societies Project , which facilitates access to websites of scholarly societies across the world. A set of guidelines is used in determining whether to include resources. Links to websites of scholarly societies in History are given below. The URL-Stability Index for this collection of History sites is 81.0/117 = . The URL-stability index for each site below is given graphically in the left-hand column as the URL-stability rank for that site. URL Stability Rank Society Name Abbrev. Academia Nacional de la Historia de Venezuela = National Academy of History of Venezuela [In Spanish.] ANHV [In Spanish.] ANH [In French and English. The Academy is devoted to historical, archaeological, and philological scholarship.] AIBL [In French. The Academy is devoted to the social sciences. Their website mentions, in addition to the subjects appearing in its name, geography, sociology and psychology. As well, it evidently covers economics, history and law.] ASMP African Studies Association ASA
American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain
AARHMS American Antiquarian Society AAS American Association for History and Computing AAHC American Association for State and Local History AASLH American Cultural Resources Association ["...a wide variety of fields, including historic preservation, history, archaeology, architectural history, historical architecture, and landscape architecture."]

16. Index
Links to Idaho genealogical and historical sites. Includes a table of all counties in Idaho, with links to those which have already been adopted into the ALHN.
Welcome to the
Idaho Project of

Welcome to Idaho Project of The American Local History Network. This is a central point of entry to independent not-for-profit web sites with historical or genealogical content pertaining to the state of Idaho. Although independent, it is affiliated by choice with
The American Local History Network

Rhonda Smith
is the coordinator for the Idaho Project.
and Sheepeater tribes. Mining, lumbering, and irrigation farming have been important for years. Idaho produces more than one fifth of all the silver mined in the U.S. It also ranks high among the states in antimony, lead, cobalt, garnet, phosphate rock, vanadium, zinc, mercury, and gold. Idaho's most impressive growth began when World War II military needs made processing agricultural products a big industry, particularly the dehydrating and freezing of potatoes. The state produces about one fourth of the nation's potato crop, as well as wheat, apples, corn, barley, sugar beets, and hops. With the growth of
ALHN County Pages
Idaho State Symbols About ALHN A History of Mining in Idaho ... Idaho AHGP pages
updated 1/17/2003
This nonprofit research network is an independent affiliate of the American Local History Network, Inc. (ALHN), and hosted at no charge by

17. Kathy Schrock's Guide For Educators - American History
Multnomah Country Library Homework Center american history sites a selection of resourcs divided by eras and historical events.
Students Teachers Parents For our newsletter and special teacher promotions.
Abraham Lincoln Research Site

...a compendium of facts and snippets about the life of Abraham Lincoln
...a well-chosen list of links to support the teaching of American history; arranged by time period

Africans in America online documentary of "America's journey through slavery" including teaching resources
America in the 1930's

...a content-rich site that looks at the 1930's through films, radio, and many other forms of cultural expressions
American Civil War Home Page impressive number of links to Civil War information found on the Internet
American Cultural History: The Twentieth Century
...a fact-filled look at the culture of the 20th century with links to support the research process American Currency Exhibit ...view American currency by era, historical significance, artistry, and imagery American Experience: The Presidents ...a companion to the PBS series with extensive information about the 20th century Presidents American History Archive ...a full curriculum for middle and secondary students and teachers dealing with the Revolutionary and Civil Wars; includes digitized artifacts and historical commentary

with links to many american history sites From Revolution to Government philosophy,politics, historical documents, and american history Biographies on the Net
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19. CET -- RESOURCES: Asian American History Web Sites And Resources
ASIAN INDIAN american. The history of americans of Asian Indian Origin A lengthypaper providing a historical perspective on americans of Asian Indian origin
Resources The resources here were selected as some of the best starting points to help you further explore Asian American history and culture online in books , and through other media programs . Many of the resources listed here also have extensive links or listings of other resources. We welcome your suggestions for other good starting points. ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY WEB SITES OTHER ASIAN AMERICAN MEDIA PROGRAMS MEDIA SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS BOOKS ON ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY WEB SITES CURRICULA RESOURCES AskAsia
Asia Society's AskAsia site is an on-line source for K-12 Asian and Asian American studies. The site provides access to classroom-tested resources and activities, relevant links and a virtual community of educators. The Asian American Curriculum Project
AACP is a not-for-profit source for books on Asian American heritage and contemporary experience Golden Legacy Curriculum
Angel Island Immigration Station Curriculum

The Angel Island Immigration Station curriculum, designed for grades 3 - 5, is also from KQED. Also see Loni Ding's Island of Secret Memories video.

20. Nipmuc Indian Association Of Connecticut Home Page
Nonprofit membership organization promoting preservation of Nipmuc Indian and Native american history, culture, crafts, language, and sacred and historical sites. With news, links, and a community calendar.
Nipmuc Indian Association of Connecticut The Nipmuc Indian Association of Connecticut is dedicated to our Nipmuc ancestors, to our future seven generations, and to all who have helped our People. Nipmuc Indians are the original people of central New England, and are among the "Eastern Woodlands" or Algonquian Indians of the Eastern United States. Before the arrival of European settlers in the 1600s, the Nipmuc (or "Fresh Water People") lived in numerous band encampments, or ëvillagesí, near bodies of fresh water in a territory (called ëNipnetí) which extended from the present day Vermont and New Hampshire borders, through Worcester County in Massachusetts, into northern Rhode Island, and into northeastern Connecticut as far south as Plainfield. NATIVEWEB RESOURCES


TODAY nearly 2,000 people are certified to be of Nipmuc heritage; most still live in those parts of Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut where ancestors of the Nipmuc Indians have lived for over 10,000 years. NIAC, Inc. is the

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