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- Art History (Krannert Museum) 11-00
- Search the Smithsonian Natural History Web
- Natural History (Smithsonian)
- New Mexico Museum of Natural History 11-00
- American History (Library of Congress)
Provides information by topic.
- -Yahoo - History
Provides information by time period, region, or subject. 9-05
- Black History - 19th Century African Americans (Bright)
Provides a picture and a short biography of this influential 19th Century African American. 2-01
- History of Clocks (NIST) 3-00
- History of Computing
- Using Internet to Teach History
- History of the United States (Mabry)
Provides information by topic.
- World History (Mabry)
- Medieval History Links (Labyrinth)
Provides college level syllabus and links to reading materials for courses in Medieval history.
- Cybertown History School
- Comprehensive North American/Canadian History
- US History (Yahoo)
Provides sources of information on U.S. history.
- History Standards (MCREL)
Provides standards. 10-09
- History of the World Chart
Provides information by time period, people, event, or location (maps). (Start with the left column.) 10-09
- Primary Sources in USA History (National Archives and Records Administration)
Provides copies of documents considered important in US history.
- History of Money from Ancient Times to Present Day (Davies)
Provides a history. 10-09
- Citation Guide for Internet Sources in History (Page)
"The following suggestions for citations of Internet sources in history and the humanities are derived from the essential principles of academic citation in Kate L. Turabian, A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, 5th ed. (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1987). I have also drawn upon suggestions from some of the works listed in the bibliography below."
Editor's Note: This resource is dated 1996. 10-09
- Ocean Creatures (Museum of Natural History of Los Angeles County)
Provides pictures and articles. 10-09
- Geologic Ages of Earth History
Provides a chart depicting history. 10-09
- -World War I History
Provides a well organized and comprehensive set of resources on World War I, including separate sections for biographies, maps, armory, timelines, photos, media, each country, documents, and much more.
- World War II Decisions (USA Center of Military History)
- Timeline of African-American History (1852 - 1880)
- Timeline of African-American History (1881 - 1900)
- Timeline of African-American History (1901 - 1925)
- This Day in History (History Channel)
- History Resources (National Historical Society)
- Black History (US Post Office)
- Ancient History
- San Francisco - History by Topic (San Francisco Museum) 01-07
- Christmas Traditions and History (Merry-Christmas.com)
Provides Christmas traditions and stories.
- Osage Nation History (The Osage Tribal Council and The Osage Tribe) 6-02
- Comanche History Part One (Sultzman)
"This is a single part of what will be, by my classification, about 240 compact tribal histories (contact to 1900). It is limited to the lower 48 states of the U.S. but also includes those First Nations from Canada and Mexico that had important roles (Huron, Micmac, Assiniboine, etc.)." 6-02
- Comanche History Part Two (Sultzman)
"Eventually armed with the first Colt revolvers, the Texas Rangers enjoyed considerable success against Comanches during the 1840s. However, Houston wanted peace, not war, and he was trusted by Comanches. A treaty between the Republic of Texas and Texas Comanches was signed October, 1845 and ratified in December." 6-02
- Comanche History Part Three (Sultzman)
"Of the three million acres guaranteed them by the Medicine Lodge Treaty in 1867, the Comanches kept less than 10%. In 1901 the reservation was broken into 160 acre individual allotments and disbanded. The opening of the other 90% for settlement that year caused the last great land rush in American history." 6-02
- -Nations - History (First Nations)
Provides an excellent description of tribes and nations. It is the source for many other Native American resources in this section. 9-05
- Abenaki Nation History (First Nations) 2-00
- Algonkin Nation History (First Nations)
"If for no other reason, the Algonkin would be famous because their name has been used for the largest native language group in North America." 2-00
- Beothuk Nation History (First Nations)
"One thing that is known about the Beothuk was their love of the color red." 2-00
- Catawba Nation History (First Nations) 2-00
- Delaware Nation History (First Nations - Sultzman)
"Originally in 1600, the Delaware River Valley from Cape Henlopen, Delaware north to include the west side of the lower Hudson Valley in southern New York. The Delaware were not migratory and appear to have occupied their homeland for thousands of years before the coming of the Europeans." 6-02
- Erie Nation History (First Nations)
"In 1615 Étienne Brulé met a group of Erie near Niagara Falls. So far as is known, this was their only encounter with Europeans. At the time the Erie were members of a three-way alliance (Neutrals and Wenro) against the Iroquois." 6-02
- Huron Nation History (First Nations)
"Ouendake (called Huronia by the French) was the original homeland of the Huron occupying a fairly compact area of central Ontario between the southern end of Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe."
- Iroquois Nation History (First Nations - Sultzman)
"Simply put, the Iroquois were the most important native group in North American history...." 2-00
- Mahican Nation History (First Nations)
"When James Fenimore Cooper wrote 'Last of the Mohicans' in 1826 he made the Mahican famous." 2-00
- Mascouten Nation History (First Nations) 2-00
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