New York Historical
Association. Provides resources and promotes
communication among scholars in economic history.
U.S. Department of State
U.S. Department of Treasury
U.S. Bureau of Labor
Statistics. Collection, analysis and dissemination of
essential economic information related to measuring labor market
activity, working conditions, and price changes in the economy.
Library of Congress
Congress: American Memory. Provides free and open access
through the Internet to written and spoken words, sound recordings,
still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music that
document the American experience.
Congress: Country Studies. Resource for description and
analysis of the historical setting and the social, economic,
political, and national security systems and institutions of
countries throughout the world.
Archives. Records are preserved and are available to you,
whether you want to see if they contain clues about your family's
history, need to prove a veteran's military service, or are
researching an historical topic that interests you.
Center for History and New
Media. Site maintained by George Mason University.
Contains excellent resources in certain topical areas (American
studies, French Revolution) and a directory of history departments
around the world.
History Matters. History matters
collection of primary sources.
History News Network. Current
events put into historical perspective. Features up to a
dozen fresh op-eds by prominent historians each week. Archives,
extending over the past decade, include thousands of
Making world history more easily accessible through
interactive narratives and timelines.
and Renaissance History
Geographic Magazine: History Index. Online index of
select features covering U.S., World and Military History.
Central. Covers both World and American History.
Consists of over 130,000 pages of historical content; 5,300
timeline events; 800 battle outlines; 350 biographies; and
thousands of images and maps. Maintained by Ohio State University's
Department of History.
Sites. A portal created for history teachers, students, and
general history enthusiasts.
Hyperhistory. At this
Web site, click on "hyperhistory" and navigate through 3,000 years
of world history. Links to important historical persons, events,
Archives. Contains links to world history, regional or
national, and topical history and resources. For speed, use text
Inaugural addresses of U.S. Presidents
Politics. Matrix of sites useful for learning more about
popular culture, digital cultures, social movements, environmental
Newspapers. Full text of articles illustrating British
attitudes towards the United States in the early 1800's; references
to articles dealing with American reactions to British events in
the early twentieth century.
Law. Searchable database of the Supreme Court decisions
Network. Database of photographs, political cartoons, and
texts (speeches, letters, and other historic documents) from the
New Deal period.
Museum of Japanese History
Project. Dedicated volunteers from all parts of the
world provide the free use and access of public domain
The Butler University Department of History and Anthropology
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page or the information they provide.