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Helpful Resources
Smithsonian National Museum of American History The Oral History Project
Library of Congress, American Memory: Historical Collections for the National Digital Library Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching
National Archives Online Exhibits The Valley of the Shadow
National Park Service: History & Culture Logan Museum of Anthropology
Historical Voices Scholars' Lab, University of Virginia
H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online Health & Healing in North Carolina (Interactive Timeline)
National Association for Multicultural Education National Endowment for the Humanities: EDSITEment
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution BBC Online: History
Treasures in Full: Magna Carta Do History: Martha Ballard’s Diary Online
J. Paul Getty Museum: Explore Art The Newberry Library
Art Resource: Prehistoric to the Postmodern Internet History Sourcebooks Project
American Profile: Veteran's Stories National Museum of the Civil War Soldier
Vietnam War Resources Timelines: A History of Britain
Time & Life Photo Gallery Milestone Documents (U.S.)
The American Railroads: A Long and Storied History Free video & audio lectures by leading UK historians
Time & Life Photo Gallery Humanities Resource List
Seven Score and Ten Years Ago (Civil War) Kilroy Was Here (WWII and Korea)
History Blogs
Blog Them Out of the Stone Age
Toward a newer, broader military history
History News Network Blogs
Because the Past is the Present, and the Future too
Found History
Unintentional, unconventional, and amateur history all around us
Old is the New New
A weblog devoted to the teaching and learning of history online
History Carnival
A showcase of weblog posts about history
Quests of the Dragon and Bird Clan
How the Nusantao maritime trading network influenced the world
eHistory's Civil War Resources
Civil War News Tennessee Civil War Sourcebook
The United States Civil War Center Civil Warriors (blog)
American Civil War Civil War Soldier & Sailors System
eHistory's List of Reenactment Groups eHistory's Reenactors FAQ
Civil War@Smithsonian Suggest a link!
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