History - General Resources
World Wide Web
Virtual Library - History
E-texts and maps on Ancient History, The Middle Ages, and the 20th
Timelines of History
"Timelines of History is intended as a quality reference tool.
It is and will forever be incomplete, but its simple structure and
regular updates already make it a very versatile and useful research
Texts and Documents
Texts and Documents at Hanover College's History Web Site. The principal
goal of Texts offers HTML version of historical documents -- primary
sources and secondary sources for educational use. Very useful.
Perseus Digital Library
An evolving humanities digital library. Presently collects materials
on classics/antiquity, Victorian London, natural philosopher Robert
Boyle, the history of Tufts University, and part of the Library
of Congress-sponsored American Memory collections.
HyperHistory "depicts a full panorama of history" by including
science, culture, religion, people, events, and politics into an
interactive timeline. The site contains over 2,000 files, special
expanded sections, and links to websites that offer further information
about each topic
The History Net
"TheHistoryNet is a joint effort of America's largest publisher
of history, the History Group of Cowles Enthusiast Media and the
National Historical, a membership organization created to be the
history enthusiast's resource for information, products and services."
The History Guy
Website designed as a resource for students, teachers and those
interested in politics. Strong emphasis on military history and
Describes world history in interconnecting narratives and illustrated
timelines. Search for events by theme, place and year.
Historical Text Archive
HTA was created "in response to the need of historians to have
an electronic storage and retrieval site and to demonstrate the
advantages of such sites for the study and teaching of history."
"Your ringside seat to history - from the Ancient World to
the present. History through the eyes of those who lived it."
This website highlights excerpts from primary source material, articles,
and photographs about important people and events throughout history.
Modern History Sourcebook
Created by Paul Halsall of Fordham University. A huge archive of
mostly primary material on modern European and American History,
including much on the seventeenth through to the nineteenth centuries.