True tales of life, death and other adventures in US history.
Stories from American history with links to other related sites.
A collection of essays about U.S. history.
An online archive of original documents, journals, books and literature on the subject of Jews in 19th-Century America.
Document compilations dealing with U.S. foreign policy, military and intelligence, political events, and nuclear technology. Located at the George Washington University.
Site with a focus on shared Dutch-American history. Answers many questions about colonization, trade and commerce, modern migration, and the other ties between the two countries.
From the colonial period until modern times (Revolution to Reconstruction). This American history project contains outlines of American history and culture, source materials, essays, biographies and presidential information.
Devoted to press coverage of events in American history; containing an extensive, searchable library. Categories include the Civil War, baseball, journalism hoaxes, old west characters, crime figures, and the Inaugural Addresses of all U.S. Presidents.
This index of U.S. history links includes sites covering topics from the 1400's to the 1900's and "Links For Kids."
Covers US History from the Colonial Period, through the Cold War.