Other Useful Sites
-- covers world and regional with dictionaries and
teaching resources too.
Family Immigration History Center--22 million passengers between 1892 & 1924,
searchable by name, country, etc... and includes original manifestos and photos of the ships.
This site gets a lot of traffic.
Data Online Repository--includes data on US civil disorders,
1961-68 and Russian and French bureaucracies of 18th and 19th centuries.
of History web sites
-- online directory by subject with
quality ratings. Excellent.
Electronic Information in History Papers--from Maurice Crouse,
professor of history at University of Memphis.
Online -- resource for Conservation professionals.
Collection of History sites -- from Hanover College.
History -- there are other jobs for History majors than just
Essays in History
-- "on-line academic journal published 1990-2000. A peer-reviewed
journal by the graduate students of the Corcoran Department of History,
Essays in History seeks to publish articles based on primary
sources in all fields of history by all scholars, from undergraduates to
tenured professors. Full-Text
-- a comprehensive collection of Internet resources for all aspects
of European integration. (Temporarily Down)
-- A historical reference to press coverage from the 16th
to 20th century
History Data Service -- collects, preserves, and promotes the
use of digital resources, which result from or support historical
research, learning and teaching.
Departments Around the World -- Center for History and new Media
-- helps historians incorporate new technologies into their discipline.
History Matters --
Designed for college teachers and students,History Matters
serves as a gateway to web resources and offers other useful materials
for teaching U.S. history.
much is that? --
"Have you ever wondered what the value of a dollar was in 1895? Or
what the GDP was in 1929? Here is a place where you can ask questions of
comparative value covering purchasing power, exchange rates, and other
variables between the past and today."
Humanities Hub -- "discovers, evaluates and catalogues
online resources in the humanities of use to students, teachers and
researchers, with a strength in resources for History. . . "
Humbul Humanities Free access Online Journals -- peer-reviewed.
Conversion Factors Scale
Sense of Evidence
-- “Scholars in Action ” segments show how
scholars puzzle out the meaning of different kinds of primary sources,
allowing you to try to make sense of a document yourself then providing
audio clips in which leading scholars interpret the document and discuss
strategies for overall analysis.
Migration Policy Institute
-- "provides analysis, development, and evaluation of migration and
refugee policies at the local, national, and international levels. It
aims to meet the rising demand for pragmatic and thoughtful responses to
the challenges and opportunities that large-scale migration, whether
voluntary or forced, presents to communities and institutions in an
increasingly integrated world."
People with a History--- an online guide to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual history,
ancient to modern with full-text documents.
Non-U.S. Treaties -- provides information on where to look for
treaty information and links to full-text treaties on the Internet.
Royal Society Journal
60,000 historical scientific papers are accessible via a fully
searchable online archive, with papers published more than 70 years ago
now becoming freely available.
U.S. Treaties and Agreements
-- provides information on where
to look for treaty information and links to full-text treaties on the
TimeSearch -- creates
timelines in history by area theme or/and date. Defines terms and links
to images. A great resource for papers!
-- an excellent portal to the wealth of information at the United
Can I Do with a History Major?
-- a short exposition,