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American and British History Resources on the Internet
"Our goal is to provide a searchable structure for the scholarly resources of American and British history available on the Internet."
A very well organized academic site. Topics includes Reference Resources, History Gateways and Text Sites, Titles by Historic Periods, Archival and MSS. Guides, and Other Net Resources.
Stan Nash & William Vincenti, Rutgers University
Internet Modern History Sourcebook
"Like the long-established Internet Medieval Sourcebook, this project is intended to serve the needs of teachers and students in college survey courses in modern European history or modern Western Civilization."
Paul Halsall, Fordham University
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British & Irish History
- Library Guide from Stanford University
Resources for 18th-century Studies Across Disciplines
"C18-L is an international, interdisciplinary forum for discussing all aspects of 18th-century studies."
The H-Net Discussion Network for British & Irish History
"...a member of the H-Net, Humanities & Social Sciences On-Line initiative. H-Albion encourages scholarly discussion of British and Irish history and makes available diverse bibliographical, research, and teaching aids."
Online Resources for Historians - Europe
University of London, Institute of Historical Research
Public Record Office (PRO)
The National Archives
Research Center for the Study of British History
A Preliminary Guide and an Invitation to Scholars of British History
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, & Botanical Gardens
A description of their holdings
"Follow the history of Medieval Britain from the time of Alfred the Great, through the Norman Conquest and up to the start of the Tudor Age. Detailed Timelines contain events for years between 800 and 1499AD. Maps show the locations of castles, abbeys and cathedrals in England, Scotland of Wales. Every person and building on this site has its own timeline and links to related subjects."
By Mark Needham
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