Over 20,000 personalities in a searchable database.
the World of Ancient Cultures
- Exploring Ancient World Cultures (EAWC) is
an on-line course supplement for students and teachers of the
ancient and medieval worlds. It features its own essays and primary
texts. Over time it will include chapter-length histories for
each of the eight "cultures" represented: The Near East, India, Egypt, China, Greece, Rome, Early
Islam and Medieval
Europe. Chapters on Rome, Greece and Medieval
Europe will be appearing soon.
Our purpose is two-fold: first, to humanize history
by focusing on the recollections of those who experienced it.
The American Civil
Europe, The Old
, 19th, and 20th Century America.
Library of Congress
Library of Congress. The Library of Congress
observed Independence Day by redesigning its web site. Users
will find easy access to Thomas
the LC catalog, US
Copyright Office information and publications, library
exhibitions, and all library services. Featured on the site
is "American Memory:
Historical Collections for the National Digital Library."
The collections can be searched, or the user may access them
by type: prints and photos, documents, motion pictures, and sound
At The History Channel you will find historical
information ranging from Great Speeches (in audio) to facts about
This Day in History. Also includes a hyperlinked Calendar
of historical events.
History On-Line-Your Key to History and Historical
Research on the Net. Includes a table
of contents, history
by subject, U.S.
Historical Documents, [full-text] and Internet
research links. The site's sections include "Eyewitness
Accounts," "Great Battles of the Ages," "Arms,
Armies and Intrigue," and "Historic Travel." The
site's archives make it an excellent educational resource. Whether
you're a student looking for facts on the life of Amelia Earhart,
or a fan of battle plans, you'll find something to your liking
at the History Net.
Featured online exhibits: World War Two Timeline
- The Rise of Adolf Hitler - US Civil War - Abraham Lincoln -
John Fitzgerald Kennedy - plus more!
A guide to history resources on the Internet
Ancient/Classical History, Archaeology,
Reenactment History, -- The
18th Century History -- , The
19th Century History --, The
20th Century, Holocaust,
History, and Women's
Visit the Virtual Library where you can search
White House documents, listen to speeches, and view photos; stop
by the Briefing Room where you'll find today's releases, hot
topics, and the latest Federal statistics; learn about White
House history and tours.
Magazine and TIME
This informative resource is archived for easy
searching. Time for
Kids contains news, multimedia, and more. Articles are archived,
so teachers can create stable links to curriculum-related, kid-friendly