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Africa Web Links Guide to resources on the history and culture of Africa from the University of Pennsylvania's African Studies Center.
African American Odyssey Online exhibit of African-American history resources from the Library of Congress, including books, government documents, maps, manuscripts, plays, films and recordings.
American Journeys Collection of eyewitness accounts of early American exploration and settlement.
American Women's History: A Research Guide Digital collection of primary sources documenting the history of women in the United States, including photographs, letters, diaries, interviews and other resources.
Explore GovDocs Searchable database of public government document resources from the University of Michigan.
Best of History Websites Annotated links to history websites and history teaching resources including lesson plans, activities and quizzes.
Cornell University Library New York State Historical Literature Collection of out-of-copyright books, pamphlets and other materials presented in electronic format.
Famous Trials Profiles of well-known legal trials from ancient times to the present, including images, transcripts, government documents and other resources related to each case.
Historical U.S. Census Data browser Provides access to census data from 1790 to 1960 by year, state or county and generates interactive maps.
HistoryNet Online history portal containing articles, features and photographs drawn from the archives of 10 history magazines.
In the First Person Free, searchable index of personal historical narratives and primary sources such as diary entries, letters and oral histories.
Library of Congress American Memory Provides free online access to historical materials including documents, sound recordings, images and videos from the Library of Congress collection.
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Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives Online exhibit showcasing photographs related to significant developments in American history.
POTUS: Presidents of the United States Collection of facts, resources and links related to each President of the United States.
Presidential Recordings Program Provides access to transcripts and audio files of meeting and telephone conversation recordings made by six American presidents from 1940 to 1973.
Veteran's History Project Online archive of personal accounts from American war veterans.
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