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    • Archival Data Online Repository This site contains 12 studies, including US riot and civil disorder data from 1961-1968, slave movement during the 18th and 19th centuries, the Russian and French Bureaucracies of the 18th & 19th and 17th & 18th centuries respectively, and the Catasto Study, a census and property survey in Florentine Domains and Verona Italy in the 15th century.
    • The Great Chicago Fire and the Web of Memory. Block buster web site to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire. 350 web pages. In two parts: 1) pre-fire Chicago and the history of the conflagration 2) commemoration and remembrance from souvenirs to exhibitions of the Chicago Historical Society. A model of history on the web.

    • J-STOR A not-for-profit organization established with the assistance of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. This site allows you to browse through the AHR, for example, year by year, or search it for particular key words.
History Indexes
Historical Associations
History Journals
Major Archives
Electronic History Project
Other Resources
United States History Favorites
    • The Valley of the Shadow: Living the Civil War in Pennsylvania A massive and mature site intended to exploit the WWW's capabilities for teaching and research. Supervised by Ayers, the Valley of the Shadow has as much data as possible on a town in PA and a town in VA, one free, one slave. There are census records, press accounts, and personal journals that would provide considerable material for undergraduate research papers and class discussion.
    • Award-winning Duke Rare Books and Manuscripts Home Page Exhibits and on-line collections such as "Civil War Women: On-line Archival Collections," which includes scanned and transcribed papers of Confederate spy Rose O'Neal Greenhow and the 1864 diary of 16-year-old Alice Williamson of Gallatin, Tennessee.
    • Archival Data Online Repository This site contains 12 studies, including US riot and civil disorder data from 1961-1968, slave movement during the 18th and 19th centuries, the Russian and French Bureaucracies of the 18th & 19th and 17th & 18th centuries respectively, and the Catasto Study, a census and property survey in Florentine Domains and Verona Italy in the 15th century.
European History Favorites
    • Labyrinth at Georgetown University Labyrinth contains a vast store of resources for the study of medieval European history and culture. It contains translations of texts, secondary articles, bibliographies on dozens of subjects, pedagogical tools such as dictionaries and latin programs, visual aids, and connections to other important medieval websites.
Russia/Soviet & Post-Soviet Union Favorites
    • REESWeb. A comprehensive index of electronic resources on the entire post-Soviet region.
Asian History Favorites
Regional Sources

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