Lewis and Clark Website, from PBS ( http://www.pbs.org/lewisandclark/)
Jacksonian Miscellanies (http://www.panix.com/~hal/jmisc) has been around for almost a year now. It is a weekly email newsletter presenting documents from U.S. history - mostly of the 1830s and 40s.
Confederate Broadsides Website at Wake Forest University (http://www.wfu.edu:80/Library/rarebook/broads.htm)
Civil War Page (http://cobweb.utcc.utk.edu/~hoemann/cwarhp.html)
United States Civil War Center at LSU (http://www.cwc.lsu.edu/cwc/)
Civil War Book Review (http://www.civilwarbookreview.com)
Civil War Book News (http://www.cw-book-news.com)
Southern Women in Civil War -- Web Exhibit at U Virginia (http://www.lib.virginia.edu/exhibits/hearts)
Documents of Civil War Women (http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/ collections/civil-war-women.html). A collection of documents written and gathered by two women during the American Civil War. The documents appear as scanned images and as text transcripts.
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/). A data base of names of black soldiers who served with Union forces during the American Civil War. The site also provides information about the black units and their role in the war.
Crisis at Fort Sumter (http://www.tulane.edu/~latner/CrisisMain.html). An on-line simulation puts users in President Lincoln's shoes during the crisis that sparked the American Civil War.
Gone with the Wind Web Exhibit at U Texas (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/HRC/HRHRC/DOS/GWTW/GWTW.html)
The Valley of the Shadow: Living the Civil War in Pennsylvania and Virginia. (http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/vshadow2/contents.html) On-line archive of material about two counties, one Northern and one Southern, in the years leading up to the U.S. Civil War. Includes local newspapers, government documents such as census tallies and military rosters, personal letters and diaries, and photographs and maps. Much of the information is searchable.
Slavery : see The Schomburg's website (http://www.nypl.org/research/sc/sc.html)
Lincoln Net (Northern Illinois University). In addition to Abraham Lincoln's writings and personal papers, this database provides digital copies of text and image materials from the Chicago Historical Society, Newberry Library, University of Chicago, Illinois State Archives, Lewis University, and Knox College. These materials include letters, diaries, maps, broadsides and other images, records of voluntary associations, and political song books and pamphlets.The Lincoln/Net archives also include sound materials. In the future, the archives will feature video (of historical re-enactors) and GIS-based interactive maps as well. As the project develops, Lincoln/Net will become a multimedia historical database. In addition to these primary source materials, Lincoln/Net presents basic interpretive materials, including a brief Lincoln biography and discussions of eight historical themes useful in analyzing Lincoln and his milieu: Frontier Settlement; Native American Relations; Economic Development and Labor; African-Americans' Experience and American Racial Attitudes; Women's Experience and Gender Roles; Law and Society; Religion and Culture; and Political Development.
Abraham Lincoln Online (http://www.netins.net/showcase/creative/lincoln)
The Lincoln Legal Papers (http://www.fgi.net/LincolnLegalPapers) A World-Wide Web site for a project to collect and publish legal documents written by Abraham Lincoln early in his career. The site offers information and updates about the project, sponsored by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, as well as a quarterly newsletter that provides excerpts from the collection.
City Gallery of 19th-Century Photography (http://www.city-gallery.com/) Created by the photographer Steve Knoblock, this World-Wide Web site promotes a better understanding of 19th-century photography. The site includes a directory of photography historians, discussion forums, biographies of selected 19th-century photographers, and other resources for historians, art historians, and genealogists
America Singing: 19th Century Song Sheets Collection in the American memory site (http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/amsshtml)
- Descended from the British musical broadsides of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, song sheets disseminated popular songs before the invention of recorded music.
- Song sheets were especially popular during the Civil War, recording military movements and reflecting public attitudes about the war. They also honored individual regiments and military and political leaders. The 4,291 song sheets in this new online collection provide a unique perspective on the social, economic, and political issues of the day. Some of America's most beloved songs such as the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" and the "Star Spangled Banner" were printed as song sheets.
- Unlike other kinds of sheet music, song sheets were normally single sheets printed with lyrics but no music. The lyrics have been set to the tunes of familiar songs such as "Yankee Doodle" and "The Last Rose of Summer" or to new songs being sung in music halls. Though many songs were serious or dramatic, others were humorous and poked fun at various people or events.
- In addition to documenting public opinion, song sheets also document changes in the printing industry. Several companies are highlighted within the collection and users can see how publishing houses relocated and changed over time. The collection also documents the introduction of the mechanized printing press and how this new technology helped to meet the needs of a country that was eager for news and for ways to express itself.
Andrew Johnson Impeachment website (Harper's Weekly douments)
Thomas A. Edison Papers. (http://edison.rutgers.edu/)
1890s Society Webpage (http://www.1890s.org)
Sentenaryo/Centennial and Anti-Imperialism in the United States 1898-1935 web sites (http://www.boondocksnet.com/ail98-35.html). De nombreuses pages sont accessibles sur ce site à partir de http://www.boondocksnet.com.
1898 - 1998 Sucesos y Personajes (http://endi.com/proyectos/1898/index.html) "This Spanish-language site aims to provide a general introduction to the centennial of the Spanish-US war."
The Spanish-American War in Motion Pictures in the American Memory Project of the Library of Congress (http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/sawhtml/sawhome.html).