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  1. In Their Footsteps: The American Visions Guide to African-American Historical Sites
  2. Long Island: An Inventory of Historical Engineering and Industrial Sites
  3. Adventures in Maine History by Maine League of Historical Societies and Museums, Maine's American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, 1976
  4. Report of the Committee on historical research and marking local sites, of the Colonel Timothy Bigel by of the American revolution. Massachusett, 2009-07-17
  5. Sure Signs: Stories Behind the Historical Markers of Central New York:Central New York by Howard S. Ford, 2002-10-25
  6. Assyrian discoveries; an account of explorations and discoveries on the site of Nineveh, during 1873 and 1874. By George Smith ... by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-22
  7. The seat of government of the United States : a review of the discussion in Congress and elsewhere on the site and plans of the federal city, with a sketch ... on monumental structures and the Smithsonian by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  8. Pennsylvania Trail of History Cookbook
  9. Historical Resource Facilities: 1997 Review
  10. Sacred shrines tell the American story, from Boston Harbor to Pearl Harbor.(PATRIOTIC PLACES): An article from: Travel America by Randy Mink, 2005-09-01
  11. Gold and Silver in the West: The Illustrated History of an American Dream by T. H Watkins, 1971
  12. Boston's Fire Trail: A Walk Through the City's Fire and Firefighting History by Boston Fire Historical Society, 2007-11-19
  13. American Auto Trail-Arkansas' U.S. Highway 71 (American Auto Trails) by Lyn Wilkerson, 2010-10-17
  14. Roadside History: A Guide to Kentucky Highway Markers by Dianne Wells, Melba Porter Hay, et all 2002-03

41. USGenNet. The First And Only Nonprofit Historical-Genealogical Web Hosting Servi
The mission of the United States Genealogy Network is to provide internet services and links to genealogi Category Regional North America Society and Culture Genealogy...... Online US State and Local historical Genealogical by USGenNet The american Blacksmithamerican history and Genealogy State, County and Topic sites hosted by
Welcome Friend, You Are Our Visitor Since 17 Jul 1998
About Us
USGenNet IS a web-hosting service (ISP) for qualifying historical and historical-genealogical projects. USGenNet itself is NOT a historical or historical-genealogical project.
USGenNet is dedicated to providing free-access online websites for educational purposes, for public research and for the study of our national historical heritage.
USGenNet is a Nonprofit Idaho Corporation (C 124878) and was incorporated 17 July 1998. We obtained US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Tax Exempt Status 501(c)(3) on 18 January 2000.
USGenNet is advertisement free and is *only* supported by tax-deductible contributions. Without the support of the general public, we will not be able to continue to provide free online access. Please Join USGenNet and help keep us running!
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42. The Gilder Lehrman Institute Of American History
museums; Living history museums; Presidential libraries; historical sites. IntelligenceQuotient. Games About historical Topics; american history DayBy-Day.
Gilder Lehrman Home Page
Site Map

43. Victoriana.Com, Study Center: 19th Century Web Sites
Jewishamerican history on the Web; Journal of Victorian in the 19th Century (Britishhistory); Map of National Register and other historical sites in the Tri
Study Center
19th C. Links

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STUDY CENTER 19th Century Web Sites This Study Center page contains links to non-commercial 19th Century Web Sites. We encourage you to share a URL of a web site with reference to the 19th Century by sending it to our librarian at
We are always adding new sites, so visit often! You may send a non-commercial 19th C. web site to the VICTORIANA.COM Study Center at

44. The Massachusetts Historical Society | Beginner's Guide To Mass. Research | Wher
Museum of Our National Heritage. National Historic Park sites. Old North Church. americanAssociation for State and Local history. american historical Association.
Related Sites
Ask A Reference Question Mass. History
Resources for United States History

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet The Ellis Island Foundation's American Family Immigration History Center Essex County Society of Genealogists FamilySearch ... The USGenWeb Project Historical Institutions in Massachusetts
Massachusetts Historical Records Advisory Board Official site of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Libraries and Archives
Boston Public Library
Independent Research Libraries Association John Carter Brown Library Library of Congress online catalog ...
Boston and Its Neighborhoods

A research guide presented by the Boston University Mugar Memorial Library
New England Regional Fellowship Consortium Boston Athenaeum Connecticut Historical Society Historic Deerfield John Nicholas Brown Center for the Study of American Civilization Maine Historical Society Mystic Seaport Museum New England Historic Genealogical Society New Hampshire Historical Society ... Vermont Historical Society Places to Visit

45. Links To Other Historical Sites
Commercial Computing Museum Computer history Web sites; ENIAC Exhibit; The HistoricalContext for the viewable in the american history Museums Information Age
LINKS please mail us when a link is incorrect or dead
This page will be continually updated, please help us to serve you!
Sites whith historical material

46. Texas Parks And Wildlife Historic Sites And Exhibits
requires RealPlayerHighlights of State historical Parks ( RealPlayer Links to OtherTexas history sites (Not under site of a famous Native american quarry near
Welcome to Texas Parks and Wildlife
Historic Sites!
Remember Texas provides a complete listing of State Historic sites and vignettes on 14 of these sites. Visit prehistoric rock art sites, Republic of Texas-era inns, frontier forts or the only U.S. battleship to have fought in both world wars. See the Official Guide to State Historic Sites in PDF format
Take a cybertrip around our great State of Texas, visiting those legendary places that have made our cultural heritage world renowned.
Archeological Sites
  • Caddoan Mounds - temple and burial mounds of prehistoric Caddo Indians
  • Caprock Canyons - site of Lake Theo Paleoindian archeological excavation
  • Lubbock Lake Landmark - Now operated by Texas Tech University.
  • San Felipe - The site of the township of San Felipe, known as the "Cradle of the Texas Liberty."
Pictograph Sites

47. Oakland Public Library Recommended Web Sites
historical Collections for the National Digital Library american Memory is a torich primary source materials relating to the history and culture of
Internet Sites of Interest Links to Internet sites can be found on the home web pages of the Oakland Public Library. The Library follows its materials selection guidelines in linking other web sites to its home pages. Beyond this, the Library has not participated in the development of these other sites and does not exert any editorial or other control over these sites. Any link from the Library's web site to another web site is not an endorsement from the Library. The Library does not warrant that its website, the server that makes it available, or any links from its site to other websites are free of viruses or other harmful components. Mouse Maneuvers Learn how to use a mouse. Mouse Tutorial - Another great way to learn mousing. Online Office 97 tutorials - (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook). Library computers have Acrobat Reader Installed, so you won't need to download this. You will need your own diskette on which to download exercises for tutorial.

48. History - FirstGov For Kids
resources buildings, landscapes, archeological sites, ethnographic resources NationalMuseum of american history - Learn interesting historical facts by

Arts Careers Computers ... Transportation History Our past is an important part of our lives. There are so many amazing facts that we should know. Pop quiz: What year did Columbus arrive in the Americas? Answer: 1492. Now you're ready for Jeopardy! Government Sites
(these sites are not maintained by *)
America's Story - Discover the stories of America's past.Jump back in time, meet amazing Americans, explore the states and more. American Memory - Visit the digital library and learn all about American history and culture. American Treasures of the Library of Congress - A guide to some of the "treasures" in the Library of Congress. Check out Thomas Jefferson's handwritten draft of the Declaration of Independence. Creating French Culture - This Library of Congress page gives an overview of French history through the eyes of the art and culture of the times. Edison National Historic Site - Edison's improvements to the telegraph and the telephone placed him on the cutting edge of communication technology at the turn of the Twentieth Century. If Edison were living today, he would be interested in both the Internet and the World Wide Web, a technology that can now make the legacy of the world's most famous inventor available to you. Enactment of a Law - Library of Congress site about the steps to enact a law in the U.S. Government.

49. KY African-American History And Genealogy Sources
African american history provides sites for both history and genealogy, thoughthere is a Mississippi focus. Source Don Mabry's historical Text Archive.
KY Department for
Libraries and Archives
Search for: KDLA Catalog Hours Site Index Staff Directory ... Women's History African-American History and Genealogy Sources
for Black History Month
For Black History Month, the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives wishes to highlight the following selected on-line sources in African American history.

50. Powering A Generation: Links To Other Historical Research Sites
Below are sites that explore the utility of the Internet for conducting historicalresearch. National Museum of american history Lighting The Way (electric
Historical Research Projects on the Web Many groups are experimenting with the Internet to see if this new medium can augment more traditional methods of research. Below are sites that explore the utility of the Internet for conducting historical research. They have been sponsored by grants from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. National Museum of American History:
Lighting The Way
(electric lighting since 1970)
[] Collecting the History of Fuel Cells
[] The following websites are not on the Smithsonian server. Activating any of these links should open the target site in a new browser window. Just close that new window to return to Powering A Generation. American Geophysical Union:
Solar Variability and Climate Change

[] American Institute of Physics:
History of Greenland Ice Drilling

[] American Meteorological Society:
History of the GARP Atlantic Tropical Experiment


51. Women's History Celebration
roles and accomplishments of women in american history. focal point for women's historyin Washington connect existing and planned historical sites, museums and
President Clinton established the Commission on the Celebration of Women in American History to consider how best to acknowledge and celebrate the roles and accomplishments of women in American history. It will hold meetings to consider ideas for such celebration, including a focal point for women's history in Washington, D.C., and the use of technology to connect existing and planned historical sites, museums and libraries. The first meeting of the Commission was held on July 16, 1998, at the Canandaigua County Courthouse, the site where Susan B. Anthony was tried and convicted for voting. The Commission's recommendations were reported to the President on November 15, 2000. Executive Order Establishing the Commission Commission Member Biographies Commission Meeting Minutes Commission Meetings ... We Want To Hear From You The following reports are in pdf format which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. If Acrobat Reader is not loaded on your computer, you can download it for free by clicking on the icon. "Celebrating Women's HistoryRecommendations

52. Alphabetical Listing Of Network Sites My site is about forgotten or untold american history. Young Heroes ofhistory http// historical fiction series for

53. Links To Church History Related Sites
at Yale University The North Star A Journal of Africanamerican Religious HistoryThe Works of Augustine Unitarian Universalist historical Society Wabash
Web Links
Contribute a link View Links with Descriptive Text View Links Only ACLS ... Newsletter

54. The Days Of History
Here you can find many links to sites about people that were born and events that happened on a specific Category Society history On This Day in history...... This Day in North american Indian history 3000+ historical events on a dayby-daybasis; tribal name meanings; alternative tribal names; Indian
The Days of History Today in History Sites New links have a date at the left margin in the YYMMDD format
All recent links are marked 000606, 000607, or 000608
  • Encyclopedia of Days
    "Holidays and holy days from every country in the world and
    all the major religions, information about the various
    calendars, and lots more."
  • Today In History
  • This Day in History From
    links to relevant encyclopedia entries.
  • Nickey Fish - Today In History
    find out what happened and who was born on this date in history.
  • The Daily Globe - Searchable Dates Archive
  • dMarie Time Capsule
  • Today in History
  • Library of Congress' "This Day in History" Daily historical facts about an important historical person or event highlighted by materials from the American Memory collections.
  • A Moment In Time with Dan Roberts. "is a two minute historical program that reaches over 2,000,000 people everyday and makes history come alive on over 400 public radio stations around the world. Their goal is to spread the knowledge of history and give their audience a sense of the events and personalities that have formed the modern worldto make history exciting."
  • 55. Nha-announce: Update On The President's FY-2004 Budget Request For NEH
    A pilot project, Landmarks of american history, in support of summer enrichmentprograms for teachers at important historical sites around the nation, such
    Update on the President's FY-2004 Budget Request for NEH
    by John Hammer and Jessica Jones of the National Humanities Alliance
    o Update on the President's FY-2004 Budget Request for NEH
    President George W. Bush's budget proposal for FY-2004 was released to the public on February 3 the traditional first Monday after the State of the Union address. While parts of the budget were leaked in the weeks preceding February 3, the humanities community was surprised at the size of the requested increase for the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). While NEH officials had spoken in various ways of an increase, no one whom NHA contacted had expected $25 million a 22% increase. A table appears below detailing the $152 million request for NEH.
    WE THE PEOPLE - The new funds are entirely focused on the NEH's "We the People" initiative on American history, culture and civics. The concept of the initiative was introduced with the budget request of a year ago, but at that time, no special funds were requested. The $25 million initiative ($2 million of which is for administration) is targeted on the problem of "historical amnesia" a response to numerous polls and studies that indicate American students are seriously deficient in knowledge about their country's history and culture. President Bush inaugurated the expanded We the People initiative in a White House Rose Garden ceremony on September 17, 2002, with remarks including:

    56. Fort Ringgold Rio Grande City, Texas (Historical Sites)
    Portions of fort are now part of the school system. Find similar pages at HistoricalSites. Visit Online Highways' interactive american history project.
    Location: Rio Grande City Texas Historical Sites Fort Ringgold
    One of the state's best preserved old military posts, named for Major Davis Ringgold, first officer killed in the Battle of Palo Alto that opened the Mexican War. Established after the war to protect settlers and keep integrity of Rio Grand boundary. Deactivated in 1944. Among landmarks are the Lee House, once occupied by Col Robert E Lee, and an old post hospital. Portions of fort are now part of the school system. Find similar pages at Historical Sites Lowest Rates and Free candid reviews for Rio Grande City at Visit Online Highways' interactive American History project. A team of researchers is developing a site that will present U.S. history in the context of present day travel.
    U.S. 83 E
    Rio Grande City
    Historical Average Weather Readings
    Current Weather and Forecasts for Texas Traffic, Road and Highway Conditions for Texas Lowest Rates and Free candid reviews for Rio Grande City at Visit Eureka Springs


    Victorian Village
    When in Dallas , stay at Doubletree Lincoln Centre near the Galleria The Crowne Plaza Austin Hotel Texas Big Cities:
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    57. The Boston Historical Society And Museum
    also provides listings of websites containing primary Boston documents, informationon Bostonians, historical sites in Boston, american history and resources

    Library And Museum

    Reference Services


    Fee Schedule

    Letter of Permission

    Listed below are a number of websites which provide information on Boston's history. The resource guide also provides listings of websites containing primary Boston documents, information on Bostonians, historical sites in Boston, American history and resources for teachers.
    Site addresses change frequently and new sites are always being created.
    Historical Organizations
    Boston Family History A valuable source of information for genealogists and others interested in the history of their family in Boston. Boston Preservation Alliance Non-profit preservation advocacy organization for the city of Boston. Activities include advocacy, public education and technical assistance for groups in developing preservation strategies. Brighton-Allston Historical Society

    58. PHS - Presbyterians In America
    Presbyterians in TwentiethCentury american history; Bibliography; Publications PresbyterianDenomination; The Presbyterian historical sites Registry Application
    PRESBYTERIANS IN AMERICA A Brief History Timeline 20th-Century Presbyterians ... Acronyms The Presbyterian Historical Sites Registry: Application Instructions List of Sites, Organized by Synod

    Presbyterians in America
    A variety of resources are available to provide basic historical background on the Presbyterian and reformed traditions in this country: Related links: Journal of Presbyterian History Foundations of the Faith
    Presbyterians in America ... Help
    Resources for: National Offices Synods/Presbyteries Congregations Researchers ...

    59. Educational History And Philosophy Sites
    history of american Education Web Project Excellent site with The history of Educationand Childhood A site with indepth information on historical periods and
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    60. From Revolution To Reconstruction
    Peruse text from these USIA publications, enhanced with hypertext links directed to relevant documents, original essays, and related sites. A Hypertext on american history from the colonial period An Outline of american history, An Outline of the american original essays, other Internet sites, and to other Outlines.
    New in 1995 New in 1996 New in 1997 New in 1998 ... New in 2002 A Hypertext on American History from the colonial period until Modern Times
    Department of Humanities Computing, University of Groningen, The Netherlands The main body of this hypertext project, which was started in 1994, comes from a number of USIA-publications: An Outline of American History An Outline of the American Economy An Outline of American Government , and An Outline of American Literature . The text of these Outlines has not been changed, but they have been enriched with hypertext-links to relevant documents , original essays, other Internet sites, and to other Outlines A number of contributors have prepared additional texts and links for the project. And this project will grow als long as we find new texts and volunteers who are willing to contribute. You can help this WWW-project in collective authoring by contributing texts or by sponsoring You can read this hypertext as you like: follow the main text of the Outline of American History or just find your own way through the web of texts.

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