The Yellow Pages -- Mid-Atlantic Studies
- The Valley of the Shadow
- University of Virginia site about two towns during the Civil War.
- This National Park Service site includes a map and a list of historic places in Baltimore.
- Washington, DC
- National Park Service "guide to the historic districts and neighborhoods of our nation's capital."
- Civil War Traveler
- A guide to war-related sites in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC.
- Duke Ellington's Washington
- PBS site about the African-American music scene in Washington, DC, before the Harlem Renaissance.
- Andrew Carnegie
- PBS site about the "richest man in the world."
- John Brown's Holy War
- This PBS site includes a teacher's guide and links to primary source material.
- Dumbarton Oaks: A Landscape of Cultural and Social Distinction
- This University of Virginia American Studies site discusses the landscape architecture of this Washington, DC, estate.
- Cape May
- Site about New Jersey's turn-of-the-century summer resort town.
- Center for Pennsylvania Culture Studies
- At Pennsylvania State University site.
- Smithsonian Institution
- Official site of the federal museum complex.
- Historical Society of Washington, DC
- Includes information on the museum, publications, and programs.
- Historical Society of Delaware
- Located in Wilmington, Delaware. Includes exhibit archive.
- Treasures of Congress: An Exhibit in the National Archives Rotunda, Washington, DC
- National Archives and Records Administration online exhibition celebrating the 200th anniversary of Congress's move to Washington, DC.
- The Battle of Gettysburg
- This National Park Service site includes links to an exhibit showcasing items used in Union and Confederate camps, a lesson plan on the soldiers at Gettysburg, and a database of Civil War soldiers.
- Philadelphia Inquirer
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, newspaper.
- Washington Post
- The newspaper of Washington, DC.
- Magazine exploring life in the nation's capital.
- Magazine about the steel town.
- Magazine of the Smithsonian Institution.
- The U.S. Capitol Project
- This University of Virginia American Studies site explores the National Capitol as an American icon. Includes links to related projects.
- The American Pyramid
- This Discovery Channel site explores the building of the Washington Monument.
June 20, 2002