Its primary objective is to complete the transcription, translation, and publication of all Dutch documents in New York repositories relating to the seventeenth-century colony of New Netherland.
From American University, selected examples of Independence Day celebrations throughout US history.
One the earliest colonial land grants in North America, Flowerdew Hundred now showcases material culture collections, exhibits, and education programs.
History of hand tools and technology in USA, colonial history of the Davistown Plantation (Liberty and Montville, Maine) and coastal Maine Native Americans (Wawenoc Indians). Includes extensive bibliography.
Devoted to the exchange of ideas and information about America prior to 1800. Includes library of texts and images, as well as information about recent publications.
Interactive web exhibit of the Colonial Albany Social History Project, a model community history program sponsored by the New York State Museum.
Exhibition of maps and navigational artifacts from Columbus to the Lewis and Clark expedition at the University of Virginia.
Information on slave movement and the slave trade of the 18th and 19th centuries at the DPLS Archive.
Discussion forum and live chat devoted to the Founding Fathers.
A broad-based site celebrating the American spirit, especially during the Revolution. There are also personal writings, and movie reviews.