Moteur de recherche pour pages histoire américaine (US History sites)
Liens historiques (bibliothèque de Rutgers)
Liens vers sites historiques (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/index.html)
History Links from Yahoo (http://www.yahoo.com/Humanities/History/)
North America/Canada History Links
The History Channel. Enter a search term and get a main article and several suggested articles. It contains the complete text of Garraty and Foner _Reader's Companion to American History_(1991) with excellent short essays written (and signed) by scholars, with short bibliographies.
American Studies Programs listing : http://www.georgetown.edu/crossroads/programs
History Departments Around the World, Center for History and New Media at George
Mason University (http://chnm.gmu/history/depts/)
The William and Mary American Studies Program
Indiana University American Studies Program
American Memory Collection (Library of Congress)
The Ten Most Wanted Government Documents (renseignements et information sur ces documents)
The Making of America (sources historiques primaires et secondaires accessibles par moteur de recherche).
Documents historiques : http://www.law.ou.edu/hist/
Archiving Early America
The Gutenberg Project
Hanover - Texts and Documents
The Avalon Project at the Yale Law School : Documents in Law, History and Government
History Resources from the University of Kansas
Outline of American History - Contents
World History : HyperHistory
H-Net Book Reviews (http://h-net2.msu.edu/~books/reviews/.) Reviews from the following h-lists: h-ethnic, h-civwar, h-diplo, h-film, h-high-s, h-ideas, h-labor, h-latam, h-law, h-local, h-pol, h-rural, h-south, h-state, h-syzygy, h-urban, h-west, h-women, ieahcnet.
History Reviews Online (University of Cincinnati) (http://www.uc.edu/www/history/reviews.html)
Boston Book Review (http://www.bookwire.com/bbr/bbr-home.html)
History Reviews On-Line
Online American Studies Syllabi from College of William & Mary (http://warthog.cc.wm.edu/CAS/ASP/faculty/knight/syllabi/amst202.html) (http://warthog.cc.wm.edu/CAS/ASP/faculty/kprice/syllabi/amst343.html)
Teaching Early American History -- Syllabi (http://www.lehigh.edu/~ejg1/syllabus2.html)
"History Matters: The U.S. Survey Course on the Web" (http://historymatters.gmu.edu/syllabus.html) is a new web site that serves as a gateway to the Web for teachers of the U.S. Survey course. It provides high school and college teachers (and their students) not only a good starting point for their explorations of American history on the Web but also a large number of first-person historical documents for use in the classroom and a range of teaching resources (sample syllabi and assignments, for example.) It also offers teachers a discussion space where they can talk about teaching with each other and with prominent historians.
AP History Web Site (http://w3.nai.net/~america): "a student-organized web site for other high school students. The purpose is to exchange material helpful in studying for the A.P. American History exam. They are just getting started. They have web links, a glossary of terms, explanation of the A.P. exam. Soon, they are adding time lines of historical themes, a couple of copies of research papers that deal with Jefferson and Hamilton as present day liberals or conservatives."
The Digital Classroom - Primary sources, teaching activities, professional development for educators (http://www.nara.gov/education)
The Constitution Community - Document-based units related to Constitutional issues (http://www.ed.gov/free)
Berkeley Digital LibrarySunSITE (http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/Teaching/). Teaching material and resources in history (California Heritage Digital Image Access Project, The Jack London Collection, The Emma Goldman Papers, ImageFinder, Internet Roadmap, etc.)
National History Education Network (http://hss.cmu.edu/nhen/)
National History Standards / National Center for History in the Schools (http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/nchs/)
The National Coalition of Independent Scholars (http://www.ncis.org/)
"The site contains information about NCIS, its publications, and its activities. In addition, there is an extensive section of external links which is intended to provide general reference information of use to any working scholar. The links emphasize scholarly meta-sites. Categories for links include libraries, reference materials, museums, text collections, and scholarly societies. There is also a section for scholarly meta-sites such as Ancient Hellenic Sources on the WWW and Online Music Scholarship Resources."
TeacherServe Website from National Humanities Center (http://www.nhc.rtp.nc.us:8080/tserve/tserve.htm)
Wired for Books Website -- Scholarly Discussions (http://www.tcom.ohiou.edu/books/)
Teaching with Editorial Cartoons (http://www.cagle.com/teacher)
The history of Elections (http://www.multiEd.com/elections). (...we have graphs on both on electoral and popular votes for each US Presidential elections...)
Archives du site Valley of the Shadow (http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/vshadow)
How to Write a History Essay
Reading, Writing, and Researching For History
Student's Guide to Research with the WWW
10 C's for Evaluating Internet Resources
Brief Citation Guide for Internet Sources in History and the Humanities
How to Read A Primary Source
Why Study History Through Primary Sources (James H. Robinson)
History in the Raw
Using Primary Sources
Essays in History Online Journal, from U Virginia (http://etext.virginia.edu/journals/EH/)
Historical journal (grad students) (http://www.lib.virginia.edu/journals/EH/EH.html)
Point of Reference, archeology/anthropology webzine. "This site is a kind of virtual archeology and anthropology newsletter. The site is organized as a resource for series of links grouped under broad topical categories such as Archaeology and Computers, Historic Sites Archaeology, Maritime Archaeology, and Conferences and Meetings for 1999.
Journal of the Association for History and Computing
H-Net, Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine
Journal for MultiMedia History
America: History and Life
History Journals and the Electronic Future
Historical Archaeology of the US -- Bibliographies (http://www.mtsu.edu/~kesmith/TNARCHNET/archpage.html)
Welcome to Matewan Website (http://www.matewan.com/)
Long Island History Website, from Newsday ( http://www.lihistory.com/)
USIS declassification page. To access the address, Web users should highlight the word Declassification on USIA's Home Page in order to bring up the Declassification Unit's pages. These pages enable users to search for declassified records via a user-friendly database. The search is guided by a keyword table of topics accessed from the individual declassified documents. The pages also offer brief descriptions of the Declassification Unit, its mission and its operations and serve to alert the public to information no longer classified and now available for release, a key goal of USIA's declassification effort. USIA's Web site includes the most up-to-date listing of USIA's declassified records because the information comes directly from the Declassification Unit's database.