The Yellow Pages -- Midwest Studies
- World's Columbian Exposition: Idea and Aftermath
- This University of Virginia American Studies site discusses the cultural significance of the 1893 Chicago event.
- Prairie Settlement: Nebraska Photographs and Family Letters, 1862-1912
- This Library of Congress American Memory site includes digitized images of life on the Plains.
- Imaging and Imagining the Ghost Dance: James Mooney's Illustrations and Photographs, 1891-1893
- This Indiana University site discusses anthropologist James Mooney's images of the Ghost Dance of 1890.
- Western Historical Manuscript Collection
- This is a joint collection of the University of Missouri and the State Historical Society of Missouri. Includes documents pertaining to the history of Kansas, Missouri, and other states.
- The Kansas Heritage Server
- This University of Kansas site includes information on family and local history.
- Pioneering the Upper Midwest: Books from Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, ca. 1820-1910
- This Library of Congress American Memory site includes first-person accounts, biographies, local histories, and other sources to document life in these states.
- Death of the Dream: Farmhouses in the Heartland
- This PBS site uses text, photographs, video, and audio to tell the story of agricultural life in the Midwest from the 1830s into the 20th century.
- This National Park Service site includes a map and a list of historic sites.
- Hull House Incorporated: The Professionalization of Social Work
- This University of Virginia American Studies site explores the professionalization of social work through the efforts of Jane Addams.
- Pullman Strikes Out as Model Town
- This University of Virginia American Studies site examines the reasons for the 1894 Pullman Strike.
- Center for the Study of Rural America
- Founded by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Contains a collection of articles and studies about rural areas of the United States.
- Midwest Quarterly
- Published by Pittsburgh State University, Kansas.
- Midwest Living
- Magazine about America's heartland.
- Midwest Today
- Another magazine about the Midwest.
- Chicago Tribune
- Chicago, Illinois, newspaper.
- Michigan History
- A magazine about Michigan's past.
- Chicago Historical Society
- Includes links to online exhibitions and collections.
- Kansas State Historical Society
- Includes a timeline of Kansas history and descriptions of famous Kansans.
- Language of the Land: Midwest
- This Library of Congress exhibit discusses depictions of the Midwest in literature. Also includes sections on the Northeast, South, and West.
- Portrait of Black Chicago
- National Archives and Records Administration exhibit about the photography of John H. White.
- The American Swedish Institute
- Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Represents the local Swedish-American community through photographs, diaries, and other artifacts.
- Going Back to Iowa
- University of Virginia American Studies site about the work of artist Grant Wood.
- The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
- This site explores the underlying political allegory of the story by L. Frank Baum.
- Arch History and Architecture
- National Park Service site about the construction of the St. Louis Gateway Arch.
- Maud Powell
- A brief biography of the Illinois native who became one of America's first touring concert violinists.
June 20, 2002