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The Yellow Pages -- Anthropology 

American Memory at The Library of Congress
The American Memory Project is the primary online source for American cultural history, featuring over 90 collections.

American Folklife Center at The Library of Congress
The American Folklife Center provides a reading room, folklife publications, guides to special collections, and links to other Ethnographic resources.

Anthropology in the News
A site from Texas A&M University providing links to "breaking news" in anthropology.

An anthropology-focused search engine that includes recommended readings for over fifty divisions of the discipline.

A comprehesive list of resources for archaeological web sites.

The Mudcat Cafe
An online magazine "dedicated to blues and folk music." The site features a keyword search tool for its thousands of digitized recordings and lyrics.

MSU EMuseum
This online museum from Minnesota State University is divided into the sections: "Cultural Anthropology," "Physical Anthropology," and "Theories and People."

National Anthropological Archives
Along with several online exhibits the site offers a guide to the archives.

NativeWeb categorizes a considerable number of links into fields and subfields.

Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
A collection of images, sounds and educational resources, the site also provides information on the annual Folklife Festival as well articles about and photos of years past.

Theory in Anthropology
A site tracing anthropological theory, subdisciplines, and organizations -- compiled by students at Indiana University.

Last update 
August 6, 2001