The Sites listed on the left column contain
over 2,500 of the most popular information reference locations and tools on the Web. The sites includes Maps, Calculators, Sports, Travel, Health, Jobs, Weather, Music, Autos, plus... many more helpful tools to assist you.
Archiving Early America
Here at Archiving Early America, you will discover a wealth of resources -- a unique array of primary source material from 18th Century America. Scenes and portraits from original newspapers, maps and writings come to life on your screen just as they appeared to this country's forebears more than two centuries ago.
The History Channel
Enter The History Channel Time Machine and you'll experience
ten thousand years of the sights and the sounds...the ideas and
the debates that transformed the world.
The History Channel: Great Speeches
Hear the words that changed the world. Our vast collection of speeches
is drawn from the most famous broadcasts and recordings of the twentieth
century. (RealPlayer necessary in order to access.)
The most extensive and content-rich site devoted to American
history on the Internet, TheHistoryNet integrates the vast
resources of America's largest publisher of history-related magazines
to present a dynamic, educating and entertaining experience.
Maritime History on the Internet
This site is divided into different categories, such
as general maritime information, museums, ships, books and
magazines, maritime education, modern sailing, and more. Not to mention the many links
the page includes to make your knowledge of Maritime history even broader.
Thomas Jefferson captured the tone and spirit of Enlightenment thinking. Probe the mysteries and meaning of his words in these classroom activities.
Developed by Stephen Ives and Ken Burns, PBS's offers a Web site debuting to
coincide with the documentary series "The West". This frames-based site is both
textually and graphically rich. Its stated purpose is to explore "elements of Western
history--profiles, documents, images."