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A complex and highly detailed virtual tour of 18th century Edo (now Tokyo) using traditional Japanese woodblock prints to... see more

"Virtual Jamestown" is a digital research and teaching project that explores the settlement and impact of Jamestown.... see more

This site provides an introduction to the Salem witch trials. It includes materials (text and multimedia movie) about... see more

This Plymouth Colony Archive presents a collection of searchable texts, including court records, colony laws, 17th... see more

A well done general site on one of traditional China's major epochs, the Song dynasty era. This site covers the economic... see more

Tangled Roots is a research project about the shared history of African Americans and Irish Americans. The purpose of the... see more

"This website is designed to give personal and scholarly perspectives on a major religious event in recent U.S. history.... see more

"Anne Frank is one of the 1.5 million jewish children who were murdered during the Second World War. In the Anne Frank... see more

"At Home in the Heartland" is based upon a 1992 museum exhibit about family life in Illinois from 1700 to the present.... see more

This web site is associated with a literature course at WMU. It includes essays about literature and historical texts... see more

This site describes historical aspects of approximately 200 National Park Service sites. The "Teaching with Historic... see more

According to the site, "Faculty members from across City University of New York campuses have worked together to create... see more

The 1,280 images in this collection have been selected from a wide range of sources, most of them dating from the period... see more

This University of Arizona web exhibit focuses on the Bisbee Deportation of 1917. The Bisbee Deportation of 1917 was an... see more

This is an online electronic edition of the the first Masonic book printed in America, which was produced in Philadelphia... see more

This is a companion site to the PBS documentary "The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow," a study of segregation and racial... see more

This University of Arizona web exhibit focuses on the Jewish community and its historical contributions in Tucson,... see more

The Lost Museum is an interactive re-creation of P. T. Barnum’s American Museum, circa 1865. Barnum’s Museum,... see more

A University of Arizona web exhibit. The Hispanic Community has been instrumental in transforming Tucson from an isolated... see more

Focusing on the year 1851, when the completion of the Crystal Palace seemed to mark the height of Victorian Britain's... see more

A web archive of voices and images from the landless workers movement in Brazil. In Portuguese and English

This site covers the making and unmaking of the mill village system for textile manufacturing in the Piedmont region of... see more

This site is based upon the PBS television special about the Mississippi River flood of 1927. It includes primary source... see more

According to the "Project Overview," Digital Durham "offers students, teachers, and researchers a range of primary... see more