The events that shaped the thinking of the American people.
A database of more than 35,000 declassified documents that led to important US government policy decisions.
A selection of some of the most significant and compelling documents in United States history from the National Archives holdings.
Focusing on the logging industry especially the time from 1900 to 1940. Also pictures and descriptions of the Lindsey Eight Wheel Log Wagon.
A listing of counties and parishes in the United States that no longer exist, with an explanation of their demise.
William Murray's examination of cycles in United States history.
Primary source and archival materials relating to American culture and history from the Library of Congress, as part of the National Digital Library. Research tools, educational resources, and related LOC collections provided.
An extensive directory of websites about American history in chronogical order. Also links to historical indexes, outlines and directories, lesson plans, and other educational resources. Created by Mr. Horwitz and his class at Roosevelt High School in Fresno, California.
Indexed directory of online resources for American history along with suggested lesson plans and curricula.
Provides a history of the United States of America from ancient times to the modern era.