This category concerns the history of the United States of America, from Colonial times through the present day.
This hypertextual thesis explores the World's Columbian Exposition through a virtual tour, investigates visitors' reactions to the fair and analyzes the social, political and cultural legacies.
Includes key events, maps, video transcripts, and related links for each era in American history.
Collection of information about American History in the 1920s.
Presented by the Library of Congress, a site with information about American people and historical events, and each of its states.
Companion to the PBS history series; includes features on a range of people and events in American history, from Hawaii's last queen to Joe DiMaggio.
From About.com. Listings follow historic topics from the full spectrum of America's past, with subjects ranging from the Civil War, to Edison's first phonograph.
Links to reference sites for American history topics dealing with people, politics, events and literature.
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.
Primary source and archival materials relating to American culture and history.
Permanent exhibition of the "rarest, most interesting or significant items relating to America's past". Exhibit divided into three sections covering History, Philosophy, and Fine Arts.
Collection of printed ephemera documenting more than three centuries of daily life in America and elsewhere. Including broadsides, posters, programs, handbills, menus, and proclamations.
History and genealogy of the wealthy families of America, from colonial times until present.
Dedicated to developing innovative American history projects, exploring how historians, photographers, journalists and artists enhance and deepen our knowledge of the past by engaging history from a variety of perspectives.
A collection of essays about U.S. history.
A wealth of rare and hard-to-find images featuring the people, places and events of early America's historic past.
Documentation of the discovery of gold in the southern Appalachians, the history of the US Branch Mint at Dahlonega, Georgia, and a large collection of US gold coins (minted from 1796-1933).
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.
Unusual and little known facts on American History.
Images of diverse objects from the National Museum of American History include famous, unusual, and everyday items with interesting stories to tell.
An online archive of original documents, journals, books and literature on the subject of Jews in 19th-Century America.
The events that shaped the thinking of the American people.
Classic and unpublished photos of the 20th century's major events and public figures from LIFE magazine.
Document compilations dealing with U.S. foreign policy, military and intelligence, political events, and nuclear technology. Located at the George Washington University.
Experience this great 1960's World Exposition in text and graphics. Descriptions and feature presentations on each pavilion or exhibit.
A 30-minute weekly radio show produced by the Organization of American Historians. Podcast available. The show is available to more than four hundred stations nationwide on the Public Radio Satellite System and internationally on the Voice of America.
Promotes the study and love of American history. Their website serves as a portal for American history on the Web; offers educational material for teachers, students, historians, and the public; and provides current information about the Institute's programs and activities.
Offers information about the origin, relevance, and meanining of this symbol.
Informative website focussing on American history from the Colonial period to present-day. Many on-line exhibits include timelines, photographs and famous speeches.
William Murray's examination of cycles in United States history.
Each day, an event from American history is illustrated by digitized items from the Library of Congress American Memory historic collections.
Photographs from the Detroit Publishing Company, 1880-1920. Includes over 25,000 glass negatives and transparencies as well as about 300 color photolithograph prints, mostly of the eastern United States.
Links to sites that cover a broad range of topics from the Revolutionary War to Reconstruction. Includes information databases, such as The Smithsonian Institution and the American Treasures of the Library of Congress.
Includes history of the flag, text of the Declaration of Independence, and tributes to popular Presidents.
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.
Indexed directory of online resources for American history along with suggested lesson plans and curricula.
Spartacus Internet Encyclopedia, about the history of the United States, but from Britain.
Extensive collection of links sorted by topic and historical perdiod and maintained by George Laughead, Jr., from the Virtual Library History Network.
Collection of seven essays published by Jean Jules Jusserand in 1916 tracing French-American relations by biographical vignette.
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