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American Historical Review
The journal of the American Historical Association celebrates its centennial volume with online editorials and abstracts from the articles included in the June and October issues.

American Memory
A digital collection of primary source materials from the Library of Congress. Browse collections by topic, search by keyword or take advantage of fun activities for kids or the classroom.

On This Day
Brought to you by the New York Times and The Learning Network, this site provides a list of events from this day in history as well as the option of reading historically relevant news articles

Essays in History
This University of Virginia journal is fully online, with full texts available from all issues since 1991. Contributing writers are usually graduate students, but this does not necessarily reflect upon its quality. Essays are focused upon various areas of U.S. History.

Presidents of the United States
A chronological list of presidents that gives biographical information, administration facts and other Internet resources.

Valley of the Shadow
This project is a highly ambitious and continually evolving study of the Civil War era as experienced by two communities on either side of the Mason-Dixon Line. Specific historical events are described, as well as the differing reactions from the two communities and their individual residents. This project features a wide array of primary materials including census records, newspapers, and personal letters.

Smithsonian National Museum of American History
This site includes a number of online galleries covering topics from Cold War submarines to the feather trade.

The American Local History Network
The network provides links to independent historical sites, organized by state or topic.

National Archives and Records Administration
The NARA Archival Information Locator (NAIL) is a search engine for the National Archives, which includes over 58,000 images, 450 maps, and 22,000 text documents online.

The Learning Network
A virtual playground for the serious or casual historian. Includes features like "This Day in History," classroom lesson plans and slideshows. Explore historical issues in depth and watch as current events become a part of history.

American Women's History: A Research Guide
A considerable amount of bibliographical information is organized in this online Research Guide.






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August 6, 2001
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