U.S. History from 1870
- American Memory@
- primary source and archival material relating to American culture
- History Net, The
- where history lives on the web, brought to you by the National
of the Early American Theater
the Chisholm Trail - exploration of the historic cattle trail's
past, present and future.
- American Presidential
Election, The - from Encyclopædia Britannica.
South Internet Resource Center
- American Treasures
- online exhibition of the rarest, most interesting or significant
items relating to America's past, drawn from every corner of
the world's largest library.
War Library, The (5)
- An Abridged History
of The United States
of the Contiguous United States
Study in American History
American History Crossword Puzzle - designed to instruct
as well as to entertain, this crossword puzzle is available at
no charge to teachers of early American history and their students.
- Federalist.com Spirit
of America Discussion Ports - links to discussion forums
dedicated to U.S. History, articles and more.
- From Revolution
to Reconstruction - collaborative hypertext on American History,
from the colonial period until modern times.
- Great Seal
of the United States of America - Full-color illustration
of both sides of the Great Seal with mottos translated, plus
history and relevance of this symbol.
America - overview of the role of Hispanic Americans in the
history of the United States.
Maps of the United States - American history as shown by
maps from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at
the University of Texas at Austin.
- History Buff -
devoted to newspaper printing and publishing history and American
history in general. Includes pre-18th century, American Civil
War, baseball, engravings, journalism hoaxes, Old West, presidents
- History Happens -
Stories from American History on music video, an educational
resource for teachers and parents, designed for todays kids.
Check out the RealAudio songs online!
of the First Locomotives in America - from original documents
and the testimony of the living witnesses. Written by William
of US Paper Money - from 1690 Colonial Notes to 1990 security
thread and microprinting innovations.
in the Americas and the 13 Colonies. - including animations,
sounds, pictures and other stuff.
- Material History
of American Religion Project - focusing on material culture
and the economics of religion.
- Michael A. Hoffman
II's Campaign for Radical Truth in History - Masonic Assassination,
occult ritual murder, Unabom and Kaczynski, Early America, World
War II revisionism, white slavery, Holocaust Newspeak, Christianity
and Judaism, and media criticism.
History Day - academic program for students, grades 6 through
- National Women's History Project
- committed to providing education, promotional materials, and
informational services to recognize and celebrate women's diverse
lives and historic contributions.
Railroads and Our National Parks - park development was shaped
by the needs of the railroads.
in the United States Capitol - graphics files of all the
portraits hanging in the Capitol.
Mountain Majesty: Nature in the United States Capitol
- This Week in
Our Parent's Eyes: Tucson's Diverse Community - these exhibits
trace the history of Hispanic Americans in Tucson, explaining
the strong ties the city has with the Spanish and Mexican cultures.
- Turn of the Century
in U.S. History - from Reconstruction to World War I.
History Chronology - chronology of the United States.
- U.S. Merchant Marine -
from Revolutionary War, World War II, and Vietnam.
- United States
History Online Project
- US History
State Department: Office of the Historian - publishes the
official documentary history of U.S. foreign policy and provides
historical research and advice for the Department of State.
- USA History - United
States presidents, history, essays, trivia, and games.
- ushistory.org - focuses
on the Revolutionary and Colonial periods of U.S. history in
the Philadelphia area. Includes Betsy Ross, the Liberty Bell,
Valley Forge and a VRML Independence Hall.
The - PBS Series@
- Western American history resource. Includes Canadian and Mexican