Description: American Memory is a gateway to the Library of Congress’s vast resources of digitized American historical materials. Comprising more than 9 million items that document U.S. history and culture, American Memory is organized into more than 100 thematic collections based on their original format, their subject matter, or who first created, assembled, or donated them to the Library.
Description: This 10,000 page reference center is dedicated to providing information on African American history in the United States and on the history of people with African ancestry around the world. It includes: an online encyclopedia of thousands of famous and lesser known figures in African American history, global African history and the history of African Americans in the West, full text primary documents, major speeches of black activists and leaders from the 18th Century to the present, and links to hundreds of websites that address the global history of people of African ancestry.
Description: Designed for high school and college teachers and students of U.S. history survey courses, this site serves as a gateway to web resources and offers unique teaching materials, first-person primary documents, and guides to analyzing historical evidence.
Description: The Internet History Sourcebooks Project [IHSP] is a world wide web project designed to provide easy access to primary sources and other teaching materials in a non-commercial environment.
- Ancient History Sourcebook
- Byzantine Studies
- East Asian
- Medieval Sourcebook
- Modern History Sourcebook
Description: IMDb is the world's most popular and authoritative source for movie, TV and celebrity content.
Description: The most comprehensive website about the Presidents of the United States and the US Presidency. The list of Presidents and alphabetized subject headings below link to a wide array of information and resources about all the Presidents of the United States.
Description: Lists the third pary candidates and has links to biographies and other relevant information.
Description: A Web Site for Humanities Research, VOS emphasizes both primary and secondary (or theoretical) resources, and defines its audience as people who have something to learn from a higher-education, professional approach to the humanities.