Teaching Early American History -- Syllabi (http://www.lehigh.edu/~ejg1/syllabus2.html)
Archiving Early America
Cabeza de Vaca's Adventures in the Unknown Interior of America (http://eldred.ne.mediaone.net/cdv/rel.htm)
The Interactive Journal of Early American History (http://www.common-place.org) "brings together scholars, activists, journalists, filmmakers, teachers, history bufffs to discuss everything from politics to parlor manners".
American Antiquarian Society
Society of Early Americanists
The American Revolution (discussion, essays, bibliography)
Benjamin Franklin Documentary History Website (http://www.english.udel.edu/lemay/franklin/)
Colonial Currencies Webpage(http://www.virginia.edu/~econ/brock.html)
On line exhibition : "Cultural Readings: Colonization and Print in the Americas" (http://www.library.upenn.edu/special/gallery/kislak/index/cultural.html).
The Declaration of Independence (http://www.nara.gov/exhall/charters/declaration/decmain.html). Information from an on-line exhibit at the National Archives and Records Administration about the literary style of the Declaration of Independence and about the history and preservation of the Archives' copy of the document.
Drafting the Documents of Independence (http://lcweb.loc.gov/exhibits/declara/declara1.html). The Library of Congress features a timeline of the months surrounding the signing of the Declaration of Independence and offers images and transcripts of several historic documents, including early drafts of the Declaration and engraved illustrations from the period.
Exploring the West From Monticello (http://www.lib.virginia.edu/exhibits/lewis_clark/home.html). An on-line version of a 1995 exhibit at the University of Virginia that chronicled the exploration of the American West through maps from the period. The site features images of more than 30 maps as well as information about the explorers who created and used them.
A Midwife's Tale (http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/amex/midwife)
George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress (http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/gwhtml). Contents and description
Thomas Jefferson Papers at the Library of Congress (http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/mtjhtml/mtjhome.html).
The Papers of James Madison.(http://www.virginia.edu/pjm/) Information about documents and letters written by and about James Madison. The site, created by the University of Virginia, offers examples of the documents as well as details about the effort to transcribe and annotate them.