Resources for history
When doing web research on history, just like any type of research, make sure the information you are citing is accurate and from credible sources. The following sources have been added to this page because of their accuracy.
Recommend more resources:
- National Museum of American History
The Smithsonian Museum's Collection of American history, covering various topics. The museum houses more than 3 million artifacts and its' online database contains information and photographs of selected items.
- Texas State Historical Association
A digital gateway to Texas history.
- The Portal to Texas History
The University of North Texas' digital collection of Texas history. Contains books, maps, photos, and newspapers.
- Military History
United States Army Military History
Articles, Videos, Pictures, and Facts
- African American History
The University of Washington has created a collection of web sources on African American history ranging from the 15th century to the present.
- Jewish-American History Foundation
Full digital text of primary historical documents.
- Asian-Nation: Asian American History, Demographics, and Issues
Information resource and sociological exploration of the historical, demographic, political, and cultural issues of Asian Americans.
- American Indian History
From the Manataka Indian Council, a collection of links on more than just the Colonial and Indian War periods. Over 100 tribes provide their history including information on ecology, botany, astronomy, math, and medicine.
- American Women's History
Middle Tennessee State University has created a digital collection of photos, letters, diaries, artifacts, and various other research sources on the history of women in America.
- Latin American Network Information Center
From the University of Texas at Austin, this database covers resources ranging from economy, education, geography, government, social sciences and more from or on Latin America.
- Mexican Americans
From the Texas State Historical Association, an article discussing the history of Mexican Americans.
- History of International Relations
Text from History and International Relations by Thomas W. Smith
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