General American History Resources | American Republic
- American Memory from the Library of Congress—Various primary sources in all eras of American history
- American Presidents: Life Portraits—Information about each president, including letters they wrote
- Authentic History Center—Primary sources from American popular culture from the antebellum age to the now
- Brooklyn Daily Eagle Online—Copies of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle newspapers from 1841 to 1902
- Center for History and New Media—“Uses digital media and technology to preserve and present history online, transform scholarship across the humanities, and advance historical education and understanding.”
- Documenting the American South—“A digital publishing initiative that provides Internet access to texts, images, and audio files related to southern history, literature, and culture.”
- Famous Documents in American History—Major documents of American history
- From Revolution to Reconstruction: Document—Primary sources and transcripts
- Gilder Lehrman: Institute of American History—The purpose of the site is “to serve as a portal for American history on the Web; to offer high-quality educational material for teachers, students, historians, and the public; and to provide up-to-date information about the Institute's programs and activities.”
- History Place: Photo of the Week—Weekly historic picture around the world (mainly in the U.S.)
- History Now—Quarterly online journal by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
- HNN List of History Websites—Links to various eras related to American history
- Inaugural Addresses of Our U. S. Presidents—Text of all presidents’ inaugural addresses)
- Making of America—Primary sources on antebellum period through ~1900—Courtesy of Cornell University Library, Making of America Digital Collection
- Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts—Covers various kinds of arts in the South.
- National Archives “Teaching with Documents”—Includes lesson plans and printable primary sources analysis worksheets
- National Archives—Historical documents, exhibits, photos, federal records, etc.
- Online Library of Liberty—Classic works on history, government, economics, etc.
- Our Documents—“A cooperative effort among National History Day, The National Archives and Records Administration, and USA Freedom Corps.”
- Teaching with Historic Places—“A program of the National Park Service's Heritage Education Services office”
- The Nineteenth Century in Print—Part of American Memory from the Library of Congress
- U.S. Survey Course on the Web—A gateway to web sources of all kinds related to American history
- USA.gov—Government website telling how and where to get information
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